station concept designs
Taking a look at the architectural concept designs for all seven stations for the KL-SG HSR.

The Story

MyHSR Corp successfully unveiled its HSR station concept designs on October 17 2017, officiated by YAB Prime Minister (PM) of Malaysia and witnessed by Ministers, Chief Ministers and other key stakeholders. The station concept designs were inspired by Malaysia’s rich heritage and cultural diversity while embodying creativity and innovation, representing Malaysia as a forward looking nation and the KL-SG HSR Stations as a catalyst for future development.

The design was also based on the concept that these stations will form part of a journey, MyJourney, in both sense of the word;
  • for a passenger, who will travel from the first station in Bandar Malaysia up to the last Malaysian station in Iskandar Puteri, experiencing the unique essence and the beauty of each HSR city; and
  • for the country, whose transformation journey will be catalysed with the HSR, bringing forth improved opportunities for socio economic development, as well as improved quality of life.

YAB PM played a pivotal role in the ideation process, infusing key aesthetic elements into the station concept designs. The MyHSR Corp team, with the support of its architects AEDAS, VERITAS and Ong & Ong (appointed as part of the Civil Reference Design Consultants 01 and 02 consortiums led by Systra S.A. and Jacobs Engineering Services Sdn. Bhd., respectively) then proceeded to finalise and refine the designs accordingly. 

MyJourney: Transforming Malaysia

A journey of discovery that celebrates 
the rich heritage and cultural diversity
of Malaysia with recognition of the 
future prospects generated by the HSR.
The KL-SG HSR will transform Malaysia with the HSR stations acting as the catalyst to drive socio-economic development along the corridor.

KL-SG HSR Station Concept Designs

Bandar Malaysia


The iconic Bandar Malaysia station is the first station for the KL-SG HSR, acting as a gateway to Malaysia and will connect with mass rapid transit, commuter and airport rail. The Bandar Malaysia station design geometrics are inspired by the confluence of Gombak River and Klang River, resulting in an innovative design that carries Malaysia into the next century.
The Sepang-Putrajaya station is inspired by the official religion, Islam, and its beautiful architecture that can be seen in mosques in the country. This station envisions Malaysia's aspirations as a progressive nation, articulated by the pointed arches standing united, together.



A station in the park at the heart of the Malaysian Vision Valley, the Seremban station combines elements of green beauty, futuristic development and proud heritage of the Sri Menanti Palace that served as a palace for the Royal family of Negeri Sembilan.
The Melaka station is inspired by the bustling Straits of Malacca connecting the Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean as the main shipping channel. The station design geometrics have a modern take on sails, from Melaka's historical roots as a thriving shipping port to a futuristic vision of Melaka.



The 'rehal', a book rest used when reciting the Quran, symbolises Muar's instrumental role in Malaysian history; home to numerous academic and political leaders. Muar continues as the centre of education and development within Malaysia, which seeks to be the newest hub of higher learning.
Batu Pahat
The Batu Pahat station is inspired by a prominent local culture of Johor known as the 'Kuda Kepang' dance, that is accompanied with traditional musical instruments when performed. The dance is a regular fixture at celebrations and grand occasions in Johor.

Iskandar Puteri


Iskandar Puteri is the last station in Malaysia before the border-crossing, which signifies the role of borders as a meeting place between people and culture. The station design geometrics are inspired by the gesture of a handshake.
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