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KL City Rail System

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There is a very efficient LRT system divided into three: Kelana Jaya Rail Line (formerly known as Putra Line), Ampang Rail Line (formerly known as Star LRT), and the Monorail. The train services run independently, but they have points where they have interchanges. The operating hours are from 6.00 am till 12.00 am.
Where to stop:

  • Bukit Bintang (KL Monorail), for shopping in the Golden Triangle

  • Bukit Nanas (KL Monorail), for KL-tower

  • KLCC (Kelana Jaya Rail Line ), for the Twin Towers and the Suria KLCC shopping mall

  • KL Sentral (Kelana Jaya Rail Line /KL Monorail/KTM Kommuter), for intercity trains and the KLIA Ekspres to the airport

  • Masjid Jamek (Kelana Jaya Rail Line /Star), for access to Chinatown and Little India, and interchange between Kelana Jaya Rail Line  and Star

  • Plaza Rakyat (Star), for Pudu Sentral bus station

Rail system in Kuala Lumpur:

Metro System



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