Central Train Station
Connecting commuters through the city
The Kuala Lumpur Central Train Station is an exclusive urban centre built around Malaysia’s largest transit hub, offering global connectivity, excellent investment opportunities, business convenience and an international lifestyle.
The blueprint of Kuala Lumpur Central Train Station began with the masterplan of a “City-within-a-City” concept designed by the renowned architect Dr. Kisho Kurokawa. At the nucleus of this premier development is the RM 1.1 billion world-class transit hub, Stesen Sentral, the winner of the FIABCI – Malaysia Award of Distinction 2002 and finalist for FIABCI International Prix d’Excellence 2003.
Located in the centre of Kuala Lumpur, the project consisted of a building and central railway station of 17,000 m² that would house administrative departments, offices and retail shops, as well as a carpark of 820 spaces and an open hall covering the service areas.
The Central Train Station supports six rail networks – the KLIA Express Rail Link, KLIA Transit, RAPID KL (Putra), KTM Komuter, KTM Intercity and KL Monorail Services, demonstrating its excellent global connectivity and access within an integrated and self-contained live, work and play environment.
- Delivery: 2001
- Company: Dragages Malaysia Berhad
- Architect: Dr. Kisho Kurokawa