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Kuang KTM Komuter Station


Kuang KTM Komuter Station Location Map
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Kuang KTM Komuter Station Location Map

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The Kuang Komuter station (formerly Kuang railway station) is a KTM commuter train halt located in the northern area of Kuala Lumpur along the Rawang-Seremban Route. The station was rebuilt and electrified on November 1995.

The Kuang Komuter station is named after the small town of Kuang in Selangor. Kuang is a small town in the under Gombak district administration. Its main importance in older times was the starting of the railway branch to Batu Arang from the mainline of Malayan Railways.

Kuang has one of the largest polo field in Asia. It was an important venue for polo during the Commonwealth Games in 1998. There is also a lake called Tasik Biru (Blue Lake), which is located at Seri Kundang.

The Malaysia Bible Seminary is also located in Kuang.


Kuang's calm and peaceful surrounding attracts some non-locals to build their homes and recreation centres here, near Kampung Sungai Serai.

Kuang KTM Komuter Station Information

  Stesen KTMB Kuang
  48009 Sungai Buloh


  Lines   Rawang-Seremban Route
  Platforms   2 Side Platforms
  Tracks   2 Tracks
  Parking   Available
  Tickets   Ticket Counters & Vending Machines
  Counter Open   0630 - 2115 hrs












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