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Segambut Station is a Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) station located in Segambut, the northern part of the city of Kuala Lumpur, along with the Port Klang line. The Segambut station was originally built in the year 1892, rebuilt and electrified in 1995. The station is built to cater the traffic in Segambut area which is always jam-packed with traffics.
At Segambut Station, there are two sides of platforms, with two train tracks; one is going towards Tanjung Malim and the other, towards Port Klang. This KTM station is still widely used today as part of the KTM Komuter Central Sector lines, the Port Klang Line. The Port Klang line runs from Tanjung Malim to the Port Klang itself. At the Segambut Station, there are free parking spaces for its customers to park their cars.
The Segambut Station is located some ten kilometres from Kuala Lumpur city centre and the drive will take about fifteen minutes or so, depending on the current traffic.
The Segambut Station is only accessible via the KTM Komuter electric trains. From KL Sentral, get onto the KTM Komuter going towards Tanjung Malil on the Port Klang line. It is also possible to access the line via MRT, with the changing station from MRT to the Komuter trains is at the Sungai Buloh station.
The Segambut area is covered by the RapidKL bus, with the bus number 190 going from Jalan Hang Lekiu to Segambut Dalam.
The Istana Negara or the National Palace is the official residence of the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong, the monarch of Malaysia. The old National Palace was located at the hill of Bukit Petaling, at the Jalan Istana and overlooks the Klang River but it has now turned to the Royal Museum when the official residence moved to the current palace. The current National Palace began its construction in 2007 and was finally finished in 2011. The first Yang Di-Pertuan Agong that officially resides in the new palace was Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah of Kedah, the 15th Yang Di-Pertuan Agong. The Istana Negara has a combination of architectural styles of Malays, Islamic and also Western. Though the Palace itself is not open to the public, the area outside the palace is usually filled with tourists taking pictures of the beautiful surrounding. It is located six kilometres away from Segambut Station and it will take about nine minutes to reach it.
Sentul Park is located just off Jalan Ipoh, a 35 acre of private gated community. Most of the park itself is off limits for public and only accessible for the residents of the adjacent condominium blocks but there are parts that are allowed to the public. The areas that opened to the public are the part where Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre, a couple of restaurants and also a koi centre is located. Originally, the Sentul Park was a complex of railway maintenance workshop before it was destroyed during the World War II. A nine-hole golf course was built to replace the workshops but due to the underwhelming response from the public, the park redesigned the area and turned it into a private community park with some parts opened to the public. Sentul Park is located just five kilometres away from Segambut Station.
Just under one and a half kilometre away from the Segambut Station, this fully furnished apartment is up to rent by the day. Located in the high-end residential area, it is one of the best places to stay in Segambut with affordable price. They offer six types of room with the price starting at RM 319 up until RM 898 per night. Their rooms are spacious, clean and comfortable. They also offer an option to have rooms at the non-smoking level.