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Salak Selatan LRT station is a Malaysian rapid transit station situated near and named after the Kuala Lumpur township of Salak South. The station is part of the Sri Petaling - Sentul Timur branch of the RapidKL LRT (Ampang Line). The station was opened on July 11, 1998, as part of the second phase of the STAR system's opening, including 7 new stations along the Chan Sow Lin-Sri Petaling route. The station is currently one of two railway stations serving the Salak South locality, the other being the Salak Selatan KTM Komuter station bearing the same name. The Salak Selatan LRT station, located next to old Salak South, is also situated 400m from the Komuter station, requiring the user leaving any of the two stations to walk along a stretch of road to reach the other station. The station also serves as a public crossing across the railway tracks between Salak South and Bandar Sri Permaisuri via a walkway running underneath the STAR line and platforms. The principal styling of the station is similar to most other stations in the line, featuring multi-tiered roofs supported by latticed frames, and white plastered walls and pillars.
From Kuala Lumpur International Airport you can take taxi to Salak Selatan Station. The distance from airport to Salak Selatan Station is about 52 km or 57 minutes’ drive from airport.
Salak Selatan Station is accessible by Sungai Besi Highway (Besraya) and KL-Seremban Highway. If you travel from North and South Peninsular of Malaysia you can use North South Expressway to reach Salak Selatan Station.
You can take LRT and KTM train from Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station (KL Sentral) to reach Salak Selatan Station.
The Islamic Arts Museum is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular attractions, and best known as Southeast Asia’s largest museum of Islamic art. The museum is housing extensive collections of Islamic decorative arts from all over the world. The museum is located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur where tourist belt amidst the lush greenery of Perdana Botanical Gardens.
Thean Hou Temple is one of the oldest and largest temples in Southeast Asia. It was officially opened on 3rd September 1989. Thean Hou Temple is a 6-tiered temple to the Chinese sea goddess Mazu located at Lorong Bellamy, overlooking Jalan Syed Putra, Kuala Lumpur. Visitor can watch Traditional Chinese exercise and martial arts activities and they offer fortune telling and marriage registration services.
Myballoon Adventure is another attraction suitable for traveller looking for adventurous activity. Here you can fly with the hot air balloon to see the beauty of Malaysia from above. Myballoon adventure received an Air Operating Certificate (AOC) to operate commercial hot air balloon rides.
Gabai Waterfall is extremely popular waterfall that located close proximity to Kuala Lumpur and it get crowded during weekend and public holiday. Visitor may experience the waterfall of the tropical forest and enjoy the beautiful scenery, crystal clear water and harmony environment.
Don’t forget to spend time at Mid Valley Megamall when you are at Salak Selatan Station. This largest shopping mall in Malaysia located just 3.6 km from Salak Selatan Station. Mid Valley Megamall is well known as shopper’s paradise, fashionista’s heaven, kids’ wonderland, gourmet hunter’s sanctuary and a firm family favourite, all is under one roof.
Hotel Seri Permaisuri Cheras is a 3 -star hotel located in Cheras. The distance from hotel to Salak Selatan Station is only 0.9km. This hotel located in a good location which is nearby city attractions. With its great locations, makes Hotel Seri Permaisuri Cheras a perfect place to stay.
Orange Hotel Kuchai Lama is a great 2-star budget hotel located in Kuchai Lama. The distance is 1.9km from hotel to the station. For those looking for a presentable and affordable place suitable for family, Orange Hotel Kuchai Lama is a wise choice to stay.