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Gombak LRT station is a landmark of an elevated rapid transit station situated in the district of Gombak, Selangor, Malaysia, serving a single line that forms part of the Kelana Jaya Line of the Rapid Rail system. Like most of the stations under RapidKL, this station has a two-tier layout design, with ticketing counters and stations as well as staff rooms on the lower level, and the two-sided platforms and bi-directional tracks on the higher level.
At the same time, there is also ticket counter for buses to Genting Highlands, with buses departing to the Genting Skyway station every half an hour being operated by Resorts World Berhad. The reason behind this type of design is to bypass the road traffic and to avoid the railway from becoming a blocking point for road users. Under the Ninth Malaysia Plan, the LRT station is planned for a transformation into a transportation hub to cater for express buses coming in from the east coast area of Malaysia, where this will replace the congested Putra Bus Terminal.
However, there are no design plans have been released nor have construction activities been initiated on the station. In present instead, the MRL East Coast Rail Link Phase 1 is planned to start from this station towards the eastern states of Pahang, Terengganu and Kelantan. An Integrated Transport Terminal known as ITT Gombak will also be built here to serve buses arriving from the East Coast region.
People driving from Kuala Lumpur may drive through the Middle Ring Road 2 / Route 28 for immediate access to Gombak LRT station. The journey could take up around twenty-three minutes depending on the current traffic situation.
From Kuala Lumpur International Airport, visitors can catch the Express Rail Link (ERL) train which goes to KL Sentral/Bandar Tasik Putrajaya/Cyberjaya/Salak Tinggi/KLIA route. There, one can board the Light Rail Transit (LRT) coach heading to Gombak and stop by the final Gombak station.
Orang Asli Museum or also known as the Aborigines Museum is a museum dedicated to the indigenous Orang Asli people native to the peninsula, with special regards to their history, culture and tradition. Situated at 13 Jalan Gombak, Kampung Batu Dua Belas Gombak, visitors are rest assured to have a very insightful glimpse into the lifestyle and culture of state’s own "original people" or Orang Asli that is dwindling in numbers due to the rapid development and modernization efforts ongoing in the state. The museum here has a vast intriguing collection of the tribal heritage of these people in the exhibits such as blowpipes, spears, porcelain, ancestral figurines and many more. There is also a library and small theatre hall.
Located in Urban 360, Jalan Makmur, Taman Seri Gombak, this homestay is properly equipped with the decent setup to provide a convenient staying experience suited for families and groups of friends. Facilities include desk, shower, bathtub, cable television, refrigerator, kitchenette, fitness centres, outdoor pool, sauna, parking and 24-hour security.
Hotel Inap Prima Sri Gombak is one of the established affordable hotels here, a two-star hotel that can be found at 66-1 Jalan Prima SG 3, Prima Sri Gombak. This establishment has a simple decoration with a modern setup that is coming with facilities such as desk, shower, cable television, early check-in, late check-out, safety deposit box, close proximities to laundry, salon, ATM, shops and many more.
A three-star accommodation in a form of an elegantly decorated apartment situated S29A, Jalan Taman Ibu Kota, Danau Kota, Setapak. There is a multitude of facilities and services provided for the guests such as cable television, refrigerator, kitchenette, shower, desk, fitness centre, outdoor pool, sauna, coffee shops, restaurants, laundry service and many more.