The Salak Tinggi ERL station is one of the stations for the KLIA Transit train services. It is located at the town of Salak Tinggi in Sepang, Selangor.
The first KLIA Transit train from this station to klia2 starts at 5:00am and the last train to klia2 is 12:32am.
Park & ride facility to integrate the public transport system with private car use is available at the station.
A new 5-level Park & Ride covered car park was opened in May 2016 for the convenience of general public.
The Salak Tinggi ERL station started its operations in 2002 with 2 island platforms and 4 tracks.
The following layout plan shows the facilities available at the ERL station.
The Salak Tinggi ERL station is located at the town of Salak Tinggi in Sepang, Selangor.
The following is the location of the ERL station. Check out the station and its surrounding areas on Google Map.
The Xiamen University Malaysia is about 5 minutes drive away from this ERL station.
The ticketing counter and the ticket vending machines are available at the concourse.
After buying the ticket, the commuters can enter the station through the access gates and walk to the boarding platforms.
Shuttle bus services are available at the road side near the ERL station.
These shuttle buses service the Salak Tinggi town and its neighbouring areas.
Trave time and fare
On the KL Sentral to klia2 route, The first train starts at 5:00am and the last train starts at 12:32am.
On the klia2 to KL Sentral route, The first train starts at 5:28am and the last train starts at 1:09am.
The KLIA Transit train performs a stop to pick up and drop off passengers at the following ERL stations.
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Using the KLIA Transit train, the following are the time and train fare from Salak Tinggi ERL station to other ERL stations.
|From Salak Tinggi ERL Station|
|→ klia2||11 mins|
RM4.90 (Adult) / RM2.20 (Child)
|→ KLIA||7 mins|
RM4.90 (Adult) / RM2.20 (Child)
|→ Putrajaya & Cyberjaya||9 mins|
RM4.70 (Adult) / RM2.10 (Child)
|→ Bandar Tasik Selatan||21 mins|
RM12.40 (Adult) / RM5.60 (Child)
|→ KL Sentral||28 mins|
RM18.30 (Adult) / RM8.20 (Child)
The ticketing counter is available at the main concourse of the Salak Tinggi ERL station.
Pedestrian bridge and lift is available to allow the passengers to move between platform conveniently.
Park N Ride facility
A new 5-level Park & Ride covered car park is opened for operations in May 2016 for the convenience of general public.
The covered car park features a total of 812 car parking bays and 104 motorcycle parking bays.
The ticket machines for payment are available at level 2 and level G.
The toilets and surau are available at level G.
Parking ticket is to be collected upon entrance to the car park. And there are reserved parking spots for handicapped drivers.
The parking charge is RM3.00 per entry and the overnight charge is RM5.00.
The Park & Ride facility is operational 24 hours a day.
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The non-covered car park near the ERL station is still in operation. 229 parking bays are available at the non-covered car park.
Pictures of ERL station
The following are some pictures of the ERL station and its surrounding area.
The ERL train passengers are equally made up of locals and overseas visitors, with 50% of them travelling on business purpose.
The ERL management has been doing a good job in providing better or upgraded facilities at the station for the convenience of its passengers.
Facilities available at the station includes escalator, elevator, toilet, prayer room and special facilities for the disabled.
As part of the go-green initiatives, this ERL station also allocates a specific area for bicycle parking.
Salak Tinggi Town
Salak Tinggi is the capital of Sepang district in the state of Selangor, Malaysia.
It has a suburb called Kota Warisan to the west, which is home to the Salak Tinggi ERL station where the KLIA Transit Express Rail Link (ERL) from KLIA to KL Sentral stops every half-hourly. Salak Tinggi is also known as the Airport City.
One landmark is the Empress Hotel, which is the tallest building in the area, and located in the town centre.
In the town centre, visitors will also notice a small bus/taxi terminal as well as the Medan Selera Majlis Daerah Sepang near Taman Anggerik.
Two mosques can be found in the area with the Masjid Sultan Hisamuddin catering to Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi residents and the Masjid KLIA catering to those living near the airport or the circuit.
The township does not offer much but it is a popular stop over for those on their way to Nilai using the trunk road, especially if they’re looking for some food.
Salak Tinggi is inundated annually by motorsports fans when it hosts the Formula-1 Malaysian Grand Prix at the Sepang International Circuit (SIC).
The Airport City Business Centre is becoming increasingly popular due its proximity to the KLIA and klia2 airports.
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