Mrt Ampang Park

Address Jalan Mahkota Garden, Bandar Mahkota Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 43200, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur Description Located a short distance from Bandar Tun Hussein Onn Metro Station, Apartment Mahkota Cheras Near Mrt To Kl offers allergy-friendly rooms, free parking and a safe. This apartment also features 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

Location

Bibik Emas Heritage is 2.1 km away and Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport can be reached in less than 42 minutes by car. Attractions also include Tanah Perkuburuan Islam Kg Melaka within 2.3 km from the accommodation. You can also find Happyology and 10 Gram within a 5-minute walk. Surau is one of the main attractions of this area. Bandar Mahkota Cheras bus station is 300 meters from this private accommodation.

Rooms

The accommodation units feature conveniences like a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a dining area and high-speed internet. Hypoallergenic pillows, down pillows and feather pillows as well as a hairdryer, towels and a spa bath are also provided in the rooms. Some of the bathrooms include a bathtub, a handicapped shower and a sink.

Food and beverage

A fridge, a microwave and an electric kettle are also offered here.

Leisure & Business

A playground and a game corner are provided for the youngest members of the family. Guests can take a dip in an outdoor pool on site.

Internet

Wi-Fi is available throughout the apartment free of charge.

Guest parking

Free private hotel parking is available on site. – Less amenities Most popular features Kitchen facilities Kettle Kitchenware Shuttle Airport transfer (extra charge).

General

  • WLAN
  • Free parking
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Air conditioning
  • Shuttle
  • TV
  • Elevator
  • Laundry

Sport and fitness

  • Fitness center
  • Golf course
  • Table tennis

Services

  • Airport transfer (extra charge)
  • Car rental
  • Laundry
  • Shops/ Commercial services

Gastronomy

  • Restaurant
  • Outdoor dining area
  • Picnic area/ tables

Children

  • Stroller
  • Video games
  • Board games
  • Children’s pool
  • Children’s play area

Spa and leisure

  • Infinity pool
  • Sun loungers
  • Karaoke
  • Sun terrace
  • Garden
  • Barbecue facilities
  • Sauna
  • Steam bath
  • Open air bath
  • Pool with view
  • Shallow non-swimmer part

View

  • View of the garden

Room facilities

  • Air conditioning
  • Sitting area
  • Dressing area
  • Terrace
  • Garden furniture
  • Coffee and tea making equipment
  • Dining table
  • Ironing equipment

Bathroom

  • Washing machine
  • Free toiletries
  • Washbasin

Kitchen

  • Electric kettle
  • Kitchen utensils

Media

  • Flat screen TV
  • CD player

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Rooms and availability

Deluxe Apartment

  • Bed types:

    King size bed

  • Room size:

    132 m²

  • Max:
  • Garden view
  • Shower
  • Sauna
  • Coffee maker
  • Balcony

Location Jalan Mahkota Garden, Bandar Mahkota Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 43200, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

  • Sights of the city
  • Restaurants

Mosque Masjid Ashabas Solihin 1.2 km University Tunku Abdul Rahman Sungai Long Campus 1.3 km Mosque Tanah Perkuburan Islam Cheras Batu 10 1.5 km No 3 Bibik Emas Heritage 1. 8 km Mosque Masjid Qariah Cheras Batu 10 1.9 km Mosque Masjid Bandar Tun Hussin Onn 2.6 km AEON BIG Bandar Tun Hussein Onn 2.6 km Tanah Perkuburan Islam Kg Sg Raya 2. 7 km AEON Mall Cheras Selatan 3.4 km Mosque Masjid Nurul Ehsan 2.9 km Mosque Surau Al-Falah Taman Kota Cheras 2.9 km Mosque Masjid Sungai Sekamat 3.3 km Mosque Masjid Manbaeil Uloom 3.4 km Surau Sungai Sekamat 3.3 km Surau Raudhatul Firdaus 3.4 km Mosque Surau Nurul Hidayah 3. 4 km AEON Mall Cheras Selatan 3.4 km Mosque Surau Al-Falahiyah 3.4 km Restaurant Happyology Restaurant 220 m Restaurant Cendol Klang Bandar Mahkota Cheras 530 m Restaurant Cherries Cake House 620 m Restaurant Susan’s Bistro Cheras Mahkota Square 710 m Restaurant Uncle Jang Korean Restaurant 760 m Restaurant Nando’s Mahkota Cheras 780 m Surroundings City center Kuala Lumpur 14. 5 km Airports Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (SZB) 40.3 km Kuala Lumpur Airport (KUL) 48.6 km Train Old Kuala Lumpur Railway Station 14.2 km Ampang Park Station 14.2 km Subway Bandar Tun Hussein Onn 1.0 km Batu 11 Cheras 1.5 km + More- Less Do you need a shuttle service? You can book a shuttle once your reservation is complete. Reviews Have you stayed here? Share your experience with us.Write a review Frequently Asked Questions Does this apartment offer facilities for guests with children? Yes, this apartment is equipped with a playground, a stroller and board games. Are there any restaurants next to Mahkota Cheras Condo Near Mrt To Kl apartment? Yes, enjoy your lunch or dinner at Cherries Cake House and 10 Gram restaurants, located about 600 meters from Apartment Mahkota Cheras Condo Near Mrt To Kl. How much does it cost to rent at Apartment Mahkota Cheras Condo Near Mrt To Kl? The price for one night stay in Apartment Mahkota Cheras Condo Near Mrt To Kl is $69. Address Jalan Mahkota Garden, Bandar Mahkota Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 43200, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur Need to Know Check-infrom 14:00-23:59 FREECheck-outfrom 05:00-12:00 FREE PetsPets are not allowed. + More- Less Surroundings Kuala Lumpur city center 14.5 km Airports Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (SZB) 40.3 km Kuala Lumpur Airport (KUL) 48.6 km Train Old Kuala Lumpur Railway Station 14.2 km Ampang Park Station 14.2 km Subway Bandar Tun Hussein Onn 1.0 km Batu 11 Cheras 1.5 km + More- Less Do you need a shuttle service? You can book a shuttle once your reservation is complete.

The suburban train of Kuala Lumpur: KTM Komuter

Among the most famous countries of the Asian Southeast, Malaysia stands out: its beaches resemble a veritable heaven on earth. Within the last few years, Malaysia has become one of the most visited vacation destinations in the world. Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is a modern, cosmopolitan city with over 7 million people living in an area of 243.65 square kilometers. This city has an impressive cultural offer, merging remnants of old British colonies, with the local customs and influences of the 21st century. Because the city represents the richest area of the country, it underwent an enormous infrastructure modernization between 1990 and 2000. This included new expressways, universities and an outstanding an outstanding mass transportation system. And rightly so. After all, seven million people in the metropolis demand a public transportation system of an appropriate standard. For this reason, the country’s first commuter rail system with 2 lines was opened in 1995. Known as “KTM Komuter” , the first line Seramban with 135km of track was put into operation, and the second line Port Klang with 126km of track. Both suburban rail lines are operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) railroad company, which is owned by the country. The commuter rail system is supplemented by a monorail and light rail systems. The operator is Rapil Rail, a Belgian company belonging to a Belgian consortium.. From the beginning, the transport system had a great extension and interconnection. All rail lines together reach a rail distance of 100.1km, plus 8.6km of monorail. In little more than two centuries, Kuala Lumpur has managed to develop and implement a railroad system that can compete with the best in the world, an extraordinary achievement for a country in development.

Lines

The transportation system in Kuala Lumpur consists, with the suburban railroad, of another two types of railroads. A light rail with 3 lines and a monorail available to the people of Kuala Lumpur. Each line of the railroad system connects the city center with regions that are outside the urban area and are densely populated.

The suburban railroad – KTM Komuter

The suburban railroad, known in the capital of Malaysia as the KTM Komuter, is the most important railroad and consists of two lines: Sermban and Port Klang, also named as line 1 and 2. Both lines have 120km of rail track each, which adds up to 261km of rail track. The S-Bahn line Seremban 1 runs through the city center to Batu Caves in the Gombak region to Pulau Sebang in the Malacca region. It has 26 suburban train stations extending from the north of the city to the south. The respective terminus stations are Batu Caves Komuter and Tampin. The suburban trains reach a speed of 120km/h, and stop in the downtown area at stations that are connected to other railroads. The second Port Klang commuter rail line 2 runs through the city center to the Muallim district, and to the Selanger district. This line has 33 stations. The respective terminuses are Tanjung Mali at the northern end, and Port Klang at the southern end of the commuter rail line. This commuter rail line has connections to the light rail, buses and the Seremban1 commuter rail line at various stops. At the Putra, Bank Negara, Kuala Lumpur and KL Sentral suburban train stations, it is possible to simply walk down to the other platform and board the other suburban train.

The light rail

The light rail system is also part of the city’s service, and consists of 3 different lines. The LRT Ampang line runs in two directions, and can be recognized accordingly by the line numbers 3 and 4, the LRT Kelana Jaya line has the line number 5, and the LRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang line has the number 9. The first two lines are operated by Rapid KL, while the third line is fully automated and operated by MRT Rapid KL. The LRT Ampang railroad line operates two lines: LRT Ampang 3 and LRT Sri Petaling 4. Although the name is different, these two lines are operated by the same railroad line. The length of the line is 45km with 36 railroad stations. These two lines start at Sentul Timur station in Bandar Baru Sentul. The line 3 goes to Ampang and the other line 4 goes to Putra Heights. At Chan Sow Lin station, these two light rail lines separate. The LRT Kelana Jaya railroad line 5 consists of 46km of track and 37 stations. It connects the Gombak district with the Subang Jaya locality, and is the most modern line in the light rail system. Most of the stations are elevated, but some are underground. This line is fully automatic and driverless, reaches a speed of 80 km/h, and is connected to numerous buses. All stations on this line are accessible to the disabled, in compliance with the main international standards regarding quality of customer service. The MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang railroad line 9 is not a light rail in the strict sense of the word, but neither is it a subway. In any case, it is a system combining two technologies responsible for the operation of heavy trains. The line length of this line is 51km with 31 stations. The railroad runs from the first station Sungai Buloh(also a station of the Port Klang 2 suburban railroad line) to Kajang station. This line is operated by the Rapid Rail consortium and not by the state owned KTM.

KL Monorail 8

The monorail, also operated by Rapid KL, is the smallest rail system of all railroads in Kuala Lumpur. It has only 8.8km of track with 11 commercial stations. It runs from KL Sentral Monorail station to Titiwangsa station, connecting Brickfields and Pekeliling districts. Although the KL monorail may be small, it registers more than 68,000 passengers daily.

Timetable and connections

The Kuala Lumpur rail system is open from 5:30 a.m. to midnight. Before or after this time, passengers must use alternative transportation such as cabs. The rail system is very well connected with other rail lines. See Seremban 1 commuter rail line, which has a direct connection to both LRT Ampang3 and 4 light rail lines. Even at different stations. The following is a list of stations that are connected to other railroads:

Seremban 1 light rail line

  • Putra: Passengers have to cross a pedestrian bridge to get to the light rail station PWTC of the LRT Sri Petaling 4 line.
  • Bank Negara: Passengers have to cross a pedestrian bridge to get to Bandaraya light rail station of LRT Sri Petaling 4 line. The bridge crosses the Gambak River.
  • Kuala Lumpur: there is a connection to the Port Klang 2 suburban railroad line here, and the LRT Kelana Jaya 5 light rail line is only 200m away.
  • KL Sentral: here there is a connection to the Port Klang 2 suburban railroad line, and a one-way station can be found here at a distance of 200m.
  • Bandir Tasik Selatan: here is a direct connection to the Bandir Tasik Selatan light rail station on the LRT Sri Petaling 4 line.

Suburban train line Port Klang 2

  • Sungai Buloh: there is a connection to the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang 9 line.
  • Kepong SentralThere is a connection to the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang railroad line 9.
  • Segambut: there are bus stops outside this station. The buses go to different parts of Mont Kiara and Sri Hartamas.
  • Putra: at this station there is a direct connection to the Seremban 1 suburban railroad line.
  • Bank Negara: here is also a direct connection to the Seremban 1 suburban railroad line, and 250m away is the Bandaraya light rail station on the LRT Sri Petaling 4 line.
  • Kuala Lumpur: here is a direct connection to the Seremban 1 suburban railroad line, and to the Pasar Semi station of the LRT Kelana Jaya 5 light rail line, 200m away
  • KL Sentral: here there is a connection to the suburban train line Port Klang 2, and a connection Airport Express Service.

LRT 3 light rail line

Maluri: this is the only station with a connection to other railroads: to MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang 9.

Light rail line LRT 4

  • PWTC: connection to Putra station of the Seremban 1 light rail line
  • Sultan Ismail: direct connection to Medan Tuanku station of KL Sentral Monorail
  • Bandaraya: connection to Bank Negara station of Seremban 1 monorail line
  • Plaza Rakyat: connection to the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang 9 station.
  • Hang Tuah: is connected to the monorail
  • Bandar Tasik Selatan: connected to the Seremban 1 suburban railroad, to the express service for the airport
  • Putra Heights: here is a direct connection to the LRT Kelana Jaya 5 light rail line

LRT 5 light rail line

  • Dang Wangi: here is the Bukit Nanas monorail station only 350m away.
  • Masjid: is directly connected to Jamek light rail station of LRT 4 line.
  • Pasar Seni: here is the Kuala Lumpur light rail station of LRT line 1 and 250m away.
  • KL Sentral: is connected to the suburban train lines 1 and 2, and provides direct access to the express service for the airport. There is also a monorail station here 200m away.
  • Subang Jaya: is connected to the suburban railroad line 2 Port Klang.
  • Putra Heights: is connected to the light rail line 4 Ampang.

Sungai Buloh-Kajang 9 MRT railroad line

  • Sungai Buloh: is connected to the Seremban 1 suburban train line, and to the KTM ETS long distance train.
  • Surian: is connected to the Lembah Subang station of the LRT Kelana Jaya 5 light rail line.
  • Muzium Negara: is connected to the Seremban 1 and Port Klang 2 suburban rail lines, the LRT Kelana Jaya 5 light rail line, the Airport Express Service, and the monorail.
  • Pasar Seni: here there is a direct connection to the LRT Kelana Jaya 5 light rail line.
  • Merdeka: is connected to the Plaza Rakat station of the LRT Ampang 3 and LRT Kelana Jaya 5 light rail lines.
  • Bukit Bintang: connects to the Bukit Bintang station of the monorail line
  • Maluri: here is a direct connection to the LRT Ampang 3 light rail line
  • Kajang: the Seremban 1 suburban railroad line is within walking distance here

KL Monorail 8

The KL monorail is connected to the Seremban 1 and Port Klang 2 suburban railroads, to the LRT Kelana Jaya 5 light rail line, and to the express service for the airport:

  • Hang Tuah: here there is a connection to the LRT Ampang 3 and LRT Sri Petaling 4 light rail lines.
  • Bukit Nanas: 250 meters away is the Dang Wangi station of the LRT Kelana Jaya 5 light rail line.
  • Titiwangsa: here is a connection to the light rail line LRT Sri Petaling 4

Ktm Komuter Video

Prices

The ticket system of the railroad system of Kuala Lumpur, is staggered according to distances. Each railroad line has its minimum and maximum rate. The Komuter Link ticket is rechargeable, and is used for LRT lines 1 and 2. The MyRapid SMART tickets are valid for the light rail and monorail.Even if you can pay with cash, you will get off better with the rechargeable cards. Below is a list of the fares:

  • Seremban 1 commuter rail lineThe cheapest ticket is valid for one stop from Mid Valley station and costs 1.60 MYR (0.32€). The most expensive ticket is valid for the journey as far as Tamphin station and costs 13.50 MYR (2.67€).
  • Suburban train line Port Klang 2The cheapest ticket is valid for one stop and costs 1.50 MYR (0.30€). The most expensive ticket is for the journey as far as Batu Caves station and costs 7.70 MYR (1.52€).
  • Light rail line LRT 3The cheapest ticket is valid for one stop and costs 1.20 MYR (0.24€). The most expensive ticket is valid for the journey as far as Chang Sow Lin station and costs 2.70 MYR (0.53€).
  • Light rail line LRT 4The cheapest ticket is valid for one stop and costs 0.80 MYR (0.16€). The most expensive ticket is valid for the journey as far as Putra Heights station and costs 4.70 MYR (0.93€).
  • Light rail line LRT 5The cheapest ticket is valid for one stop and costs 0.80 MYR (0.16€). The most expensive ticket is valid for the journey as far as Putra Heights station and costs 6.10 MYR (1.21€).
  • Train line MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang 9The cheapest ticket is valid for one stop and costs 0.80 MYR (0.16€). The most expensive ticket is valid for the journey as far as Putra Heights train station and costs 6.40 MYR (1.27€).
  • KL Monorail 8The cheapest ticket is valid for one stop and costs 0.90 MYR (0.18€). The most expensive ticket is valid for the journey as far as Titiwangsa station and costs 4.10 MYR (0.81€).

The railroad system offers special tickets for seniors and students, which include discounts between 40% and 50% of the respective fare. Children under 7 years of age travel free of charge.

Transport regulations

  • It is strictly forbidden to enter the stations and trains under the influence of alcohol or other narcotics.
  • It is not allowed to carry alcoholic beverages or illegal substances on the train.
  • Passengers must behave appropriately when getting on and off the train, no pushing, shoving or other rude behavior towards other passengers. Failure to comply will be punished
  • It is forbidden to try to open the doors during the ride.
  • It is forbidden to obstruct or harass other passengers on their way to the train.
  • It is forbidden under all circumstances to attack other passengers, or to attack them in any other way. Any offense is punishable by a fine or depending on the severity of the offense, up to 10 years imprisonment.

Carriage of bicycles

  • Folding bicycles are allowed to be taken on board, but when folded they must not exceed a size of 180cm x 120cm.
  • Passengers under the age of 14 and with a bicycle must be accompanied by an adult.
  • The owner of the bicycle is responsible for his bicycle at all times.
  • The owner of the bicycle will be held responsible for any damage caused by his bicycle.
  • The railroad staff can refuse to take a bicycle if the train is too crowded, or if it would hinder other passengers or interfere with the flow of railroad traffic.
  • Each passenger can take only one folding bicycle on the train
  • If a passenger’s bicycle is not a folding bicycle, the passenger must park it at bicycle parking stations. These are available at some stations especially for this purpose

Airport connection

The well-developed railroad system in Kuala Lumpur, of course, also has a direct connection to the international airport. At the station KL Sentral stop suburban train, light rail and monorail, and thus offer a transfer to 2 trains that provide a direct connection to the airport. The first train to the airport is the KLIA Transit 7, which covers a distance of 57km from the airport terminal to KL Sentral station, and stops at three stations. The first stop is Salak Tinggi ERL in the Selangor region outside the city, the second is Putrajaya/Cyberjaya ERL in the Putrajaya region, on the city boundary, and the third stop is Bandar Tasik Selatan which is in the city area but is only served by the Seremban 1 suburban train line and the LRT Sri Petaling 4 light rail line. The second train to the airport is the KLIA Ekspres 6, which, unlike the KLIA Transit 7, runs non-stop to the airport. The fare is slightly higher and the travel time is shorter by about 17min. This train is recommended for visitors with a short stay in the city, such as businessmen and executives who need to move quickly from one place to another.

Future extensions

Kuala Lumpur’s commuter rail system was launched in 1995, and since then has developed tremendously, with the trend still rising. Practically speaking, all rail lines are to be expanded. However, there is one project that stands out for its magnitude: the construction of three new lines that will receive 156km of track. This is part of the tenth Malaysia Plan (the Economic Planning Unit (EPU) of the Prime Minister’s Department and the Ministry of Finance of Malaysia), which aims to expand and modernize the entire transport system in Kuala Lumpur. This is the most expensive project in the history of the country, with a view to sustainable development, and based on consolidating public transport as the main mode of transport within the city.

Sights near the city center

Surely the greatest pride of the locals in Kuala Lumpur, the sensational Petronas Towers, the tallest twin towers in the world until 2003 and together the seventh tallest free-standing building in the world. With a height of 452m, the towers are among the most significant buildings in the Southeast Asian region. They are located in the middle of boulevards, squares and fountains, such as the Lake Symphony where you can watch light and water shows. Here, the LRT Kelana Jaya 5 light rail line is located nearby. Also China Town belongs to the sights of Kuala Lumpur. Here you will find countless restaurants, all of which specialize in their Chinese cuisine.You may also get the impression of cheap production, through the many stores, and the many products that lack the minimum quality that you expect, however. To get there, take the LRT Kelana Jaya 5, and get off at Pasar Seni station. At this station, there is a transfer to the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang 9 train.

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