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Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Klang Valley Integrated Rail System

Ampang Lin, Kelana Jaya Line, Monorail Line, KLIA Transit, KLIA Ekpres, KTM Komuter (Rawang-Seremban), KTM Komuter (Sentul-Port Klang), Bus Area.

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Malaysia Monorail Line
Malaysia Kelana Jaya Line
Malaysia Ampang Line

Malaysia Transit Network Integration Map

KL Sentral

KL Sentral
KUALA Lumpur Sentral (KL Sentral) is an exclusive urban centre built around Malaysia 's largest transit hub, offering global connectivity, good investment opportunities, business convenience and an international lifestyle. Its infrastructure supports five rail networks the exclusive KLIA Express Rail Link, KLIA Transit, Putra LRT, KTM Komuter and KTM intercity services.

BLUEPRINT. Phased until 2012, KL Sentral is a world class hub valued at RM5 billion. Taking on the concept of live, work and play, the centre comprises Stesen Sentral, corporate office towers and business suites, five star international hotels, luxury condominiums, a retail mail and services apartments, and an international entertainment and exhibition centre.

The opening of The Hilton and Le Meridien hotels in September and October 2004 respectively has propelled KL to a new dimension,providing a myriad of prestigious lifestyle amenities at an international level.

The Hilton KL is the only five star hotel in the country to date to have all its 510 guest rooms equipped with the latest 42 inch plasma televisions.
INTERNATIONAL LIFESTYLE. Adding soon to the new prestige of KL Sentral will be the Clubhouse. It will cater to the residents and business community of KL Sentral. With a gross floor area of 180,000 square feet, the blueprint of this facility is a futuristic six storey structure which will house an international fitness centre, exclusive spa, food court, outdoor specialty coffee operators, alfresco dining outlets and retail shops.

KL Sentral is also building a I 00,000 square feet lifestyle centre and a one million square feet retail mall to complement the facilities provided by The Hilton and Le Meridien.

Safety is a high priority of the management of KL Sentral, so it's not surprising that the management has invested in state of the art closed circuit televisions.

FUTURE DIRECTION. KL Sentral was recently awarded the Cyber centre status by Multimedia Development Corporation. With the status, Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) companies based within KL Sentral will enjoy the same advantages and benefits as companies based in Cyberjaya and Penang Cybercity.

As an MSC Cybercentre, it is imperative that KL Sentral provides a conducive business environment for MSC companies in general to prosper. It will continue to attract blue chip investors and small scale entrepreneurs looking for a more convenient place to do business.
Besides this, the management is positioning KL Sentral for the development of niche creative content or new media clusters.

KL Sentral will also co operate and support to provide a showcase area and incubation facilities to local startups and small and medium sized enterprises to begin their business ventures. Soon, it will also provide a package that includes funds, marketing efforts, accommodation, research and development and other assistance for these outfits to further grow and compete on a global scale.

Presently, KL Sentral is home to a number of IT companies, including Radius ED, Axis Technologies and Mimos.

Plaza Pantai in Kerinchi station


Kerinchi Main Entrance
Kerinchi LRT Station Main Entrance
Plaza Pantai
The Kerinchi LRT Station is behind of the Plaza Pantai
Plaza Pantai
Plaza Pantai Map & Kerinchi Map


Lebuhraya Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Pantai Baharu, Kerinchi, Stadium Telekom, Lengkok Pantai Baharu, Jalan Pantai Baru, TNB Museium, Jalan Kipas, Kompleks Suakan Trib, Jalan Kilat, Jalan Faraday, Kolej Bedford, Menara Telekom, Menara TM

Mid Valley Megamall map
LTR Station Map in KL
RTM Office Location map
Menara TM Location map


Kelana Jaya Line station map - Rail Routes

KJ24 - Kelana Jaya station
KJ23 - Taman Bahagia station
KJ22 - Taman Paramount station
KJ21 - Asia Jaya station
KJ20 - Taman Jaya station
KJ19 - Universiti station
KJ18 - Kerinchi station
KJ17 - Abdullah Hukum station
KJ16 - Bangsar station
KJ15 - KL Sentral station
KJ14 - Pasar Seni station
KJ13 - Masjid Jamek station
KJ12 - Dang Wangi station
KJ11 - Kampung Baru station
KJ10 - KLCC station
KJ9 - Ampang Park station
KJ8 - Damai station
KJ7 - Dato'Keramat station
KJ6 - Jelatek station
KJ5 - Setiawangsa station
KJ4 - Sri Rampai station
KJ3 - Wangsa Maju station
KJ2 - Taman Melati station
KJ1 - Gombak station

Kelana Jaya Line uses the state-of-the-art driverless system by Advanced Rapid Transit Mark II technology from Canada. It has a proven record of very high performance specification in North 
America and Europe and is designed to meet the demands of a modern city of Kuala Lumpur.
The alignment starts from the Depot in Subang and ends at Terminal Putra in Gombak totaling to 29km in length with a total of 24 stations.

Its first operation commenced on 1 st September 1998 between Subang Depot to Pasar Seni Station and section two, between Pasar Seni to Terminal Putra in June 1999.

In 2002, the system carried its 150 millionth passenger, with an average of 160,000 passengers riding the system daily. Today, it carries over 170,000 passengers a day and over 350,000 a day during national events.

Ampang Line station map - Rail Routes

AG8 - Ampang Station
AG7 - Chaya station
AG6 - Cempaka station
AG5 - Pandan Indah station
AG4 - Pandan Jaya station
AG3 - Maluri station
AG2 - Miharja station


PH8 - Sri Petaling station
PH7 - Bukit Jalil station
PH6 - Sungai Besi station
PH5 - Bandar Tasik Selatan station
PH4 - Bandar Tun Razak station
PH3 - Salak Selatan station
PH2 - Cheras station

ST1 - Chan Sow Lin station
ST2 - Pudu station
ST3 - Hang tuah station
ST4 - Plaza Rakyat station
ST5 - Masjid Jamek station
ST6 - Bandaraya station
ST7 - Sultan Ismail station
ST8 - PWTC station
ST9 - Titiwangsa station
ST10 - Sentul station
ST11 - Sentul Timur station

Monorail Line Station map - Rail routes

MR1 - KL Sentral station
MR2 - Tun Sambanthan station
MR3 - Maharajalela station
MR4 - Hang Tuah station
MR5 - Imbi station
MR6 - Bukit Bintang station
MR7 - Raja Chulan station
MR8 - Buit Nanas station
MR9 - Medan Tuanku station
MR10 - Chow Kit station
MR11 - Titiwangsa station

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Monday, 15 September 2014

Ulu Bendul Recreational Park

Ulu Bendul - kuala Pilah
On the Way to Kuala Pilah from Seremban is the Ulu Bendul Recreational Park, which has long been a favourite of picnickers and long-haul lorry drivers looking for some shut-eye.
It has a lovely Waterfall that is not too ferocious, which makes it relatively safe for children to frolic at the base of the falls under the Port Dickson, watchful eyes of their parents.

The forest itself is quiet and rather pretty With nature lovers and campers using it as a location for their wholesome outdoor activities.

The park also boasts of the 2,450ft high Gunung Angsi. Part of the hike to the mountain follows the Sungai Batang Terachi - a beautiful sight indeed.