Students from boarding schools and universities usually take the ETS train to Batu Gajah to go back to their hometown. Hence, the KTM Batu Gajah train station is usually busy especially on weekends.
Batu Gajah is one of the cities in Perak and it is actually quite near to Ipoh. One of the tourist attractions in Batu Gajah is the Kellie’s Castle, located around 10 minutes driving from the train station.
The trip duration and the ETS train ticket price depend on the departure point. Below are the lists of some of the famous train to Batu Gajah, and the ticket price:
|KL Sentral to Batu Gajah||RM24||RM34||RM44|
|Sg Buloh to Batu Gajah||RM22||–||–|
|Padang Besar to Batu Gajah||–||RM51||RM68|
|Butterworth to Batu Gajah||–||RM34||RM44|
There are three types of ETS trains to Batu Gajah:
Click to see the stops and timetable for train to Batu Gajah.
Batu Gajah Railway Station or Batu Gajah train station is located in Kampung Belakor, Batu Gajah. The train station is quite simple with the purpose to serve the travelers that use the train service. It is usually crowded with students coming back to hometown in Batu Gajah or going back to their hometown from Batu Gajah train station.
There is no public transport from Batu Gajah train station so you have to either opt for a taxi or find other options online such as Grab car. Apart from that, washroom, surau and OKU access is available in Batu Gajah train station. The car park is free.
Address: Kampung Belangkor, 30200 Batu Gajah, Perak, Malaysia
KTMB Contact Number: +603-2267 1200
The train is comfortable and suitable to facilitate senior citizens and OKU.
Passengers can find F&B bar in coach C to get some food or drinks with reasonable price.
Toilet is in coach B & E.