Train travel from Kepong to Ipoh

The journey by train from Kepong Sentral Station to Ipoh is scheduled to take from 2 hours 14 minutes to 2 hours 24 minutes depending upon which train you take. Trains depart throughout the day from 09:01 until 23:31.


Train Times to Ipoh


There are 8 direct train services a day from Kepong Sentral Station to Ipoh.

Train Kepong Ipoh Service
9022 09:01 11:15 ETS Gold
9024 10:16 12:30 ETS Gold
9026 12:16 14:30 ETS Gold
9028 15:31 17:45 ETS Gold
9030 16:46 19:00 ETS Gold
9032 19:21 21:35 ETS Gold
9034 22:41 00:55 ETS Gold
9052 23:31 01:55 ETS Silver

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Kepong Railway Station


Trains to Ipoh depart from Kepong Sentral Station.


Ipoh Railway Station


Ipoh Railway Station is located in Ipoh City Centre.


Ipoh Old Town


Ipoh Old Town is located in an area to the east of Ipoh Railway Station stretching to the banks of the Kinta River. The Old Town has narrow streets and buildings dating to the period from the late 19th Century to the commencement of World War II when Ipoh was part of the British Empire and an important commercial centre whose residents became wealthy from local tin mines. The tin mining industry attracted lots of immigrants to Ipoh particularly from China and India, and of course from Britain both as administrators of the imperial regime and private businessmen looking to profit from the valuable trade in tin.

Concubine Lane in Ipoh Old Town

Concubine Lane in Ipoh Old Town

Over the past 10 or so years Ipoh Old Town has become a popular tourist destination. Old buildings have been restored, a heritage trail with signposts has been established, innovative businesses have started up in the area, and some great street art has been added all over the Old Town area. The main tourist attraction in the Old Town is Concubine Lane, which is a narrow street with old Chinese style houses where, according to local folklore, wealthy Chinese residents kept their mistresses. Concubine Lane no longer has any ‘ladies of easy virtue’ but it does have lots of boutique shops, some with interesting displays of appliances and other objects that people used to have in their houses in Ipoh in olden times. Beyond Concubine Lane, which is a ‘tourist trap’, the old town has some really interesting old fashioned coffee houses and restaurants, as well as some very antiquated shops such as the charmingly old fashioned ‘Raham Typewriter Service’ where you can get a letter typed for you on a antique typewriter. The Old Town is a great place to wander around for a few hours with lots of hidden gems waiting to be discovered in its narrow grid of streets.

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