Taking a look at Malaysia’s first High-Speed Rail.
  • The KL-SG HSR Story
  • The KL-SG HSR Story
    The KL-SG HSR Story

    The idea of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail was initiated through the Economic Transformation Programme to transform Malaysia into a high-income nation. The KL-SG HSR is an alternative travel mode between two of Southeast Asia’s most vibrant and fast-growing economic engines. 

    The iconic project will include 7 stations in Malaysia – Bandar Malaysia, Sepang-Putrajaya, Seremban, Melaka, Muar, Batu Pahat and Iskandar Puteri, before reaching its last destination in Jurong East, Singapore.

    The connectivity will enable businesses to be more productive and access a broader market place, while the public will enjoy an improved travel experience of shorter travel time (90 minutes from KL to Singapore) and a comfortable ride, through the HSR’s city centre to city centre connection along the corridor.

    The KL-SG HSR is more than just a transportation project – it is an impetus towards socio-economic development in Kuala Lumpur and the intermediate cities along the HSR corridor, starting with economic clusters centred around each station. This will ultimately change how people live, work and travel entirely.
"The KL-SG HSR will dramatically improve the connectivity between Malaysia and Singapore by ushering in a new era of strong growth, prosperity and opportunities for both countries.”
- Dato' Sri Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak, 
Prime Minister of Malaysia
The KL-SG HSR At A Glance

~90 mins travel time

Door-to-door travel time between 
Kuala Lumpur and Singapore 

Save up to 40% of travel time compared to other modes of transportation
Operational speed of ~320km/h 

Comparable to other HSR commercial services available in the world 

7 stations in Malaysia (Bandar Malaysia, Sepang-Putrajaya, Seremban, Melaka, Muar, Batu Pahat and Iskandar Puteri) and 1 in Singapore (Jurong East)
DOMESTIC, international and shuttle SERVICES

Express service from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore, domestic service from Kuala Lumpur to Iskandar Puteri, and shuttle service from Iskandar Puteri in Malaysia to Jurong East in Singapore
3 CIQ Facilities

Co-located Customs, Immigration & Quarantine (CIQ) at Bandar Malaysia, Iskandar Puteri and Jurong East for a seamless travel experience
~350 km

Total distance of the KL-SG HSR alignment
End 2026

Estimated operation year for KL–SG HSR’s express service

The KL-SG HSR uses standard gauge track, which is also widely used by most high-speed rails around the world
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