RapidKL ialah sebuah syarikat peneraju sektor pengangkutan awam di lembah Klang melalui jaringan rel dan basnya. Terdapat tiga jaringan rel (Kelana Jaya Line, Ampang Line, KL Monorail) dan satu jaringan perkhidmatan bas.
Pada tahun 1990an kerajaan melantik Intrakota Consolidated Sdn. Bhd. (anak syarikat DRB Hicom) dan Park May Berhad (anak syarikat Renong Berhad) untuk menstrukturkan kembali operasi bas di lembah Klang. Melalui proses inilah juga Intrakota dan Park May mula membeli syarikat-syarikat bas yang lebih kecil dan mengambil alih perusahaan bas mereka. Kemudiannya, beberapa penambahbaikan yang sudah lama ditunggu-tunggu pun diterapkan dalam operasi.
Kemudiannya Malaysia menyaksikan pelancaran Sistem LRT 1 (kemudiannya diberi kepada Sistem Transit Aliran Ringan Sdn. Bhd – STAR) dan Sistem LRT 2 (Projek Usahasama Transit Ringan Automotif Sdn Bhd – PUTRA)
Krisis ekonomi pada penghujung 1990an menghimpit keempat-empat syarikat ini. Keadaan menjadi sukar untuk syarikat syarikat tersebut mencatatkan keuntungan ekoran atmosfera ekonomi yang tidak mengizinkan.
Kerajaan kemudiannya membeli keempat-empat syarikat ini melalui Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad (SPNB atau Prasarana) dan seterusnya terus menambah baik perkhidmatan bas dan rel ini.
KTM Berhad, also known as Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB), is a renowned Malaysian rail operator that has played a pivotal role in the country’s transportation landscape. KTMB in its current corporate structure is a Government-linked Company (GLC) that was incorporated from 1991 Railway Act.This article will delve into the rich history of KTM Berhad, tracing its roots and highlighting its significant contributions. Furthermore, we will explore the comprehensive range of services provided by KTM Berhad, showcasing its commitment to serving the nation’s transportation needs.
Services Provided by KTM Berhad
KTM Berhad operates an extensive network of rail services that cater to diverse needs and destinations across Malaysia. Let’s explore the various services offered by the company:
KTM Intercity: KTM Berhad’s intercity trains connect major cities and towns, offering comfortable and efficient long-distance travel options. Passengers can enjoy amenities such as spacious seating, onboard refreshments, and air-conditioning, ensuring a pleasant journey.
Electric Train Services (ETS): The ETS provides fast and convenient transportation between key cities, including Kuala Lumpur, Penang, and Ipoh. These high-speed trains offer a premium travel experience, featuring modern coaches, comfortable seating, and advanced safety systems.
KTM Komuter: KTM Berhad’s Komuter trains cater to daily commuters, facilitating seamless travel within metropolitan areas such as Kuala Lumpur, Klang Valley, and Seremban. These services are designed to alleviate traffic congestion, offering affordable fares and frequent departures.
KTM Kargo: KTM Berhad also plays a crucial role in the transportation of goods and cargo across the country. Its freight services enable businesses to efficiently transport their products, contributing to the overall economic development of Malaysia.
Tourist Train Services: Recognizing the allure of Malaysia’s scenic landscapes, KTM Berhad operates special tourist trains, such as the Eastern and Oriental Express, which provide luxury travel experiences for tourists seeking to explore the country in style.
KTM Berhad Customer Service
You can reach out to KTM Berhad using the following communication channels:
KTM Berhad has a fascinating history that dates back to its establishment in 1885 during the British colonial era. Originally known as the Federated Malay States Railways (FMSR), the railway system primarily served to transport tin ore from the mines to the ports. Over the years, the railway network expanded and played an essential role in facilitating trade and commerce across the Malaysian peninsula.
The earliest proposals to build a railway through Singapore was put up by engineer W. J. du Port at an estimated cost of $200,000. However, a trade slump resulted in the project being shelved.
Another proposal by the Tanjong Pagar Dock Company was put forward to the Governor of the Straits Settlements but public opinion was against the use of public funds for private interests.
Sir Andrew Clarke announced his support for the construction of a railway for private use.
First lokomotive FMSR N0 1
The first section of the Malayan Railway was a seven and a half mile track, opened between Taiping and Port Weld, serving the main mining area in Larut. Service began on 1 February 1885, lasting until 1941.
First Kuala Lumpur Station known as Kuala Lumpur and was located near Market Street opened in 19 September 1886.
The next section opened was the 21-mile run between Kuala Lumpur and Klang River (Bukit Kuda),Residen Station was built within this line.
July 1888 first train crash in the country occurred in Sungai Kerawai near Teluk Anson, Perak.
4 November 1890 – Opening Keretapi Sungei Ujong Railway line.
6 May 1890 – Opening section Taiping – Kamunting.
15 September 1890 – Opening section Klang River – Klang.
July 1891 – Opening section between Sungei Ujung (Seremban) – Port Dickson
Three 0-6-2T locomotives (later FMSR Class J) built for the Sungei Ujong Railway in 1891.
1 July 1892 -Opening section Kamunting – Ulu Sepetang.
7 November 1892 – Opening section Kuala Lumpur – Batu Junction – Rawang.
19 May 1893 – Opening section Teluk Anson.
1st June 1893 – Second railway building in Kuala Lumpur Sultan Street station was opened
1 June 1893 – Opening section Kuala Lumpur – Pudu.
10 July 1893 – Opening section Rawang – Serendah.
6 September 1893 – Opening section Tapah Road.
17 October 1893 – Opening section Batu Gajah – Ipoh.
Elephant derailed a train (Teluk Intan).
27 April 1894 – Opening section Kota Bharu – Batu Gajah.
Opening section Parit Jawa – Sungai Pulai.
29 September 1894 – Opening section Tapah Road – Talam.
6 October 1894 – Opening section Serendah – Kuala Kubu.
Elephant derailed a train (Teluk Intan).
1 March 1895 – Opening section Pudu – Sungei Besi.
18 March 1895 – Opening section Talam – Kampar.
1 May 1895 – Opening section Kampar – Kota Bharu.
The British created Federated Malay States Railway (FMSR), followed by the joining up of the initial four major lines built : Taiping – Port Weld , KL – Klang, Port Swettenham extension line, Seremban–Port Dickson line.
1 June 1896 – Opening section Ipoh – Tanjong Rambutan.
27 November 1896 – Opening section Tanjong Rambutan – Chemor.
5 July 1897 – Opening section Chemor – Sungei Siput.
14 August 1897 – Opening section Sungei Besi – Kajang.
1 July 1898 – Opening section Sungei Siput – Enggor.
1 January, the extension from Klang to Port Swettenham, nearly 5 miles, was opened for passenger traffic. Terminus of the railway, on Klang Straits, and extensive wharves have been constructed.
1 July 1899- Opening section Prai Bukit – Mertajam.
1 September 1899 – Opening section Ulu Sepetang – Pondok Tanjong.
1 November 1899 – Opening section Krian River – Bagan Serai.
Frank Swettenham had planned to connect the FMSR from Prai to Singapore passing through Johor.
Construction of railway line between Gemas and Johor begin.
A single 4-4-2 tank locomotive (later FMSR Class K) built for the Sungei Ujong Railway.
1 August 1900 – Opening section Kuala Kubu – Kalumpang
1 September 1900 – Opening section Bukit Mertajam – Nibong Tebal
15 September 1900 – Opening section Enggor – Kuala Kangsar
1 November 1900 – Opening section Perak boundary – Tanjong Malim
1 November 1900 – Opening section Kalumpang – Tanjong Malik
The main backbone of railway tracks linked Penang (Prai) to Seremban.
Opening of the Victoria Railway Bridge across Perak River in Perak.
KTM introduce AWT to guard railway service from communist.
The English Electric Class 20 was the first main line diesel loco to be introduced to Malaya.
Port Klang Authority was established on 1 July 1963, taking over the administration of Port Klang from the Malayan Railway Administration.
11 Nov 1965 : A six mile-long branch was added to the Singapore line, spanning Jurong and Bukit Timah.
Construction of Penang Swing Bridge and opened by Duli Yang Maha Mulia Seri Paduka Baginda Tuanku Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Zainal Abidin Shah – 14 September 1967.
Class 21 locomotive was delivered in 2 batches, the first in 1965 and the second in 1968.
KTM intoduced Class 22 locomotive.
KTMB had started a weekend train service to Port Dickson on June 1, 1977, due to public requests but discontinued the service several years later because of poor response.
KTM introduced Class 23 locomotive.
KTM introduced Class 24 locomotive.
Rehabilitation of 327 Kms. track from Paloh to Singpore & from Slim River to Seremban (1988-1994) – US$ 70 million.
Arriving Class 25 (25101 – 25112) locomotive from General Motors, Ontario, Canada .
Double tracking of Rawang – Seremban railway line (1990- 1994)
Double tracking of KL – Port Klang railway line (including spur line to Subang and Sentul (1991-1994) 21 Sep 1991 : Railway Act 1991 was tabled and approved by Parliament.
1 Aug 1992 – KTM Berhad is corporatised under the Malaysian Railway Act of 1991 although it remains wholly-owned by the Malaysian government.
Sep 1993 – The Eastern Oriental Express becomes the first train service to take passengers from Singapore and Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok.
Changes in immigration policies in 1993 when the immigration checkpoint at Tanjong Pagar was moved to Woodlands railway station.
Government approved the construction of new electrified railway system for KTMB Commuter Services.
Widening of railway tunnel near Seremban (1994-1995)
The first electrified train system known as Electrified Multiple Unit (EMU) is bought in. 18 set EMU class 81 was bought from manufacturer Janbacher Transport, Austria /Hungary.
The Government awarded the contract to build KL Sentral integrated railway station to a concession company KL Semasa Sentral Sdn Bhd consist of MRCB group in consortium with KTMB.
3 August 1995 – The first KTM Komuter trains began taking passengers between Kuala Lumpur and Rawang. Free trips were offered until 11 August 1995.
14 August 1995 – Commercial operations begin for the KTM Komuter between Kuala Lumpur and Rawang. It was then extended to Salak South on 29 September 1995.
28 August 1995 – Operations between Sentul and Shah Alam began. Service was extended to Klang on 29 September 1995. 20 November 1995 – The Rawang-Kuala Lumpur service extended to Kajang. 18 December 1995 – Entire KTM Komuter network opened with final stretch to Seremban opened. EMU Class 81 to serve commuters
28 August 1995 – Operations between Sentul and Shah Alam began. Service was extended to Klang on 29 September 1995.
20 November 1995 – The Rawang-Kuala Lumpur service extended to Kajang.
18 December 1995 – Entire KTM Komuter network opened with final stretch to Seremban opened.
EMU Class 81 to serve commuters
KTMB leased 39 of YDM-4 locomotives from India.
Introduced Class 82 EMU.
Introduced Class 83 EMU.
Track linking from Port Klang to Pulau Indah (1997-1999)
Construction of Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas – Johor rail link (1999- 2002)
15 May 1913 – Opening section Kuala Teh – Tembeling.
1 June 1913 – Opening section Kapar – Jeram.
1 September 1913 – Opening section Jeram – Assam Jawa.
1 September 1913 – Opening section Port Swettenham Junction – Salak South Junction.
Beginning study in Perlis for railway construction to connect Perlis and Kedah with other Malay State.
The Singapore Government Railway was purchased by the FMSR.
15 February 1914 – Opening section Assam Jawa – Kuala Selangor
1 May 1914 – Opening section Ampang Junction – Ampang
4 May 1914 – Opening section Tumpat Tanah – Merah
19 October 1914 – Opening section Bukit Mertajam Pinang Tunggal
Railway line construction from Alor Setar to Padang Besar begin.
1 March 1915 – Opening section Pinang Tunggal – Gurun.
1 July 1915 – Opening section Tanah Merah Riverside.
1 September 1915 – Opening section Kuang Junction – Batu Arang.
4 October 1915 – Opening section Gurun – Alor Star.
Bukit Timah Railway Station was opened in 1915
15 October 1917 – Opening section Alor Star – Bukit Ketri
15 October 1917 – Opening section Tembeling – Kuala Lipis
Kuala Lumpur Railway Station construction complete.
1 February 1918- Opening section Batu Arang Batang Berjuntai
1 March 1918- Opening section Bukit Metri Padang Besar The properties and estates previously under the Singapore Railway were sold to the Government of the Federated Malay States for $4,136,000 and the railway renamed the Federated Malay States Railway (F.M.S.R.)
1 Julai 1918 – F.M.S.R network begin it’s service with Siam rail network.
1 September 1920 – Opening section Pasir Mas – Rantau Panjang
16 March 1921 – Opening section Kuala Lipis – Padang Tungku
FMSR numbers 214 to 233, the FMSR Class L was introduced in 1921
01 November 1921 – Hat Yai-Sungai Kolok Line opened; bridge connecting with FMSR at Rantau Panjang
Rail construction to east coast from Mersing begin.
17 September 1923 – Opening section Johore Bahru – Woodlands
First train carrying goods travels across the Malaysia-Singapore Causeway on 17 September ; followed by the first passenger train on 1 October the same year.
21 July 1924 – Opening section Tanah Merah – Krai
1 August 1924 – Opening section Kuala Kubu Road – Rasa (deviation)
7 September 1925 – Opening section Salak South Junction – Sungei Besi (2nd track)
17 October 1927 – Opening section Krai – Manek Urai 5 December 1927 – Opening section Chigar Perah – Merapoh
A series of 5 0-6-2T locomotives Class T built by Bagnall for dock shunting.
14 July 1930 – Opening section Merapoh – Gua Musang
14 July 1930 – Opening section Manek Urai – Kuala Gris
5 September 1931 – Opening section Gua Musang – Kuala Gris
East Coast Line between Gemas and Bahau ; Mentakap ; Kuala Lipis ; Gua Musang ; Tumpat and Sungai Golok completed with the opening of the last stretch between Gua Musang and Kuala Gris in Kelantan.
3 May 1932 – Opening section Bukit Timah Singapore, Tanjong Pagar
The Tanjong Pagar Station was officially opened by Sir Cecil Clementi.
1936 – 1937 – The Tank Road to Bukit Timah line is dismantled.
Malayan Railway Administration were created under The Malayan Railway Ordinance 1948 to manage railways previously managed by the states under FMS Railway. Malayan Railway Administration was later renamed as Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM).
1951 – 2000
Evolution and Transformation
In 1992, Malayan Railways Limited underwent a significant transformation and was restructured as a government-owned company, KTM Berhad. This move aimed to enhance operational efficiency, improve service quality, and position the company for future growth. With this transformation, KTM Berhad took on a more customer-centric approach, emphasizing the importance of providing reliable and convenient transportation options to the Malaysian public.
Government decided to put privatization of KTMB on-hold as it was not financially viable. KTMB suffered considerable amount of money losses for commuter and long distance passenger services. Only the freight train service was profitable. Renong group pull back its interest to take over KTMB.
KTMB was put back under internal management.
Class 26 Blue Tiger, locomotives are KTMB’s latest and most modern traction.
Class 29 Powerful diesel locomotives being supplied to KTMB from China.
1 July 2005 – KTM Komuter network began accepting Touch ‘n Go electronic farecards.
Ongoing Innovations and Future Plans
KTM Berhad is committed to continuous improvement and innovation. The company has implemented various initiatives to enhance customer experience and ensure operational excellence. These include introducing online ticketing systems, upgrading infrastructure, and adopting advanced technologies to improve efficiency and safety.
Looking ahead, KTM Berhad has ambitious plans for expansion and modernization. The company aims to introduce new train services, upgrade existing fleets, and enhance connectivity across various regions of Malaysia. These efforts will further strengthen KTM Berhad’s position as a leading rail operator and support the country’s transportation needs.
Conclusion (Word Count: 120) KTM Berhad has a rich and storied history that spans more than a century. From its humble beginnings as a tin ore transporter to its evolution into a comprehensive rail operator, KTM Berhad has continually adapted to meet the changing needs of the nation. With its diverse range of services and ongoing commitment to innovation, KTM Berhad is poised to shape the future of Malaysia’s railway transportation, ensuring that it remains an integral part of the nation’s growth and development for years to come.
http://braderdm.blogspot.com/2009/02/fmsrailway-ktmb-historical-date.html – source for KTMB history
AB Express is a transport company that provides express bus service in Malaysia. AB Expres is known for its early entry into double-decker bus market. Although its image blemished a little after an incident in Rawang few years back, the bus company still operates until now. We tried to track the company’s website as well as its online booking system but unfortunately AB Express does not have any website or online ticketing system as of 9 May 2020. We will update our visitors on the latest development of AB Express bus service as information becomes available.
We believe that the company is no longer operating.
The company used to have ticket counters in Jitra – Kedah, Alor Setar (Shahab Perdana) – Kedah and Kangar – Perlis.
Customer A: Saya pernah menggunakan perkhidmatan bas ini bagi perjalanan Kangar ke Shah Alam pada bulan Disember 2008.
Pembelian tiket agak mudah, iaitu melalui ejen tiket di Kangar dan kemudiannya saya telah diberikan tiket yang sebenar ketika di Terminal Bas Shahab Perdana, Alor Setar. Walau bagaimanapun, tiketnya tidaklah secantik tiket bas Plusliner.
Penumpang boleh meletakkan bagasi mereka di bahagian belakang bas. Keselesaan tempat duduk penumpang juga nampaknya diberikan keutamaan oleh AB Express. Kerusi-kerusinya boleh dikatakan lebih baik daripada kebanyakan bas Transnasional yang pernah saya naiki.
Pada harga RM 53.00, tidak banyak kelebihan yang anda dapat berbanding dengan bas Transnasional (juga konfigurasi 2+1) yang cuma berharga RM 45.00.
Konklusi: Reputasi syarikat bas yang kurang baik, dan juga harga daripada pesaing yang lebih berbaloi – lebih baik anda memilih perkhidmatan yang lebih tinggi mutunya.
Intercity Express buses cater the travel needs for people in Peninsular Malaysia. The distinctive feature of them is they provide large cargo service, such as shipment of motorcycles. Besides, it is one of (very) few bus operators that has Wi-Fi access onboard.
“The Intercity Coach drivers and staff take prides in rendering professional services to our customers, and offer best conveniences whenever possible. Intercity Coach welcomes customers’ constructive comment and always strikes for continual improvement of the services. Customers’ satisfaction of our services is our key objective.” – intercity.my
“The mission of Intercity Coach company is to provide a safe, comfortable and on time transportation to our passengers. Of which, SAFETY is the number one priority of our company. The Management and Staff of Intercity Coach is committed to achieving the mission through systematically approach in the day to day operations. The company has invested in operating a fleet of safe, modern and luxury buses, and operations in strict adherence to the traffic rules, perform quality routine maintenance and training of its drivers and operations staff.” – intercity.my
ASTRO satellite TV service
Individual plug points
Wi-Fi: Intercity uses Maxis Broadband as its Wi-Fi service. The broadband service is bound to limited quota with throttled speed after finishing the allocated amount of data. The service quality for passengers is not good with intermittent disconnection. This is probably because the cellular connection is designed for personal use, not to be shared by 30 people.
Carrying Motorcycles on Intercity Bus
Please proceed to the ticketing counter to ask about motorcycle delivery onboard Intercity coach buses.
Intercity Bus Fleet
The bus fleet is listed by their registration number.
Cosmic Express is an express bus company in Malaysia. It is the first express bus operator in Malaysia to operate the Scania K380IB 6×2 bus chassis from the fifth generation of Scania K series.
While it is still new in service, Cosmic Express will continue to expand to fulfil the needs of travellers in Malaysia, along with other modes of transportation. According to one of its drivers, Cosmic Express has a greater number of buses compared to SANI Express. While SANI dominates bus service market at the east coast, Cosmic is expanding at the west coast.
The schedules for Cosmic Express can be found at MYJadual.com. Click here to visit MYJadual. Schedules can be found by clicking at the “Stations” section under Express bus or “Operators” if you would like to browse for schedules for any specific operator.
MYJadual is a website containing information about express bus schedules as well as other modes of public transport. MYJadual has schedules both in English and Malay language.
Tickets can be purchased online or via any available ticket counters at bus terminals. To purchase the tickets online, please visit its website and follow the instruction or you can buy it directly from ETicketing website.
You can reach out to Cosmic Express using the following channels:
Sani Express is one of the most popular express bus operator in Malaysia. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sani United Berhad.
Sani Express begins its operation by operating from central peninsular Malaysia to East Coast of peninsular Malaysia. Now Sani Express has various routes throughout peninsular Malaysia.
History of Sani Express
2006 – Route from Kuala Terengganu to Kuala Lumpur
2007 – Expansion route from Kota Bharu to Kuala Lumpur
2008 – Route from Kuantan to Kuala Lumpur
2009 – Northern Route – Kuala Perlis, Alor Setar to Kuala Lumpur
Sani Express Sdn Bhd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sani United Berhad. Its founder is Dato’ Sani Salleh. The company was established in 2006 and begins its operation on the same date. It started its operation with just 7 single deck buses servicing the route from Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu. The fleet size then expands to 15 single deck buses servicing the route between Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu and Kota Bharu, Kelantan and Kuantan, Pahang.
The company begins to use double decker buses in 2008. In that year, the company has acquired 15 double decker buses to replace the existing single deck buses. At that time, there were 6 buses servicing Kota Bharu, Kelantan, 7 buses servicing Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu and the remaining 2 to Kuantan, Pahang.
Astro satellite TV service
Note: There is no power outlet onboard.
Contact Sani Express
You can contact Sani Express Customer Careline at +603 – 3344 4542.
Sani Express Online Ticket Purchase
Online ticket purchase is available for Sani Express Bus. You can purchase Sani Express Bus Ticket online via its mobile app or eTicketing website. You can make payments using Visa or Mastercard credit card, CIMB Clicks, Bank Islam, RHB Bank, Maybank, Public Bank, Hong Leong Bank.
Sani Express Counters
For the updated list of ticket counters, click here.
Kaunter No 12 & 14, Terminal Bas Ekspress, 02000 Kuala Perlis, Perlis
Kuala Perlis, Perlis
04 985 1376
Kaunter No 1, Stesen Bas Ekspress, Jalan Bukit Lagi, Kangar, Perlis
04 977 9621
Lot 10, Varsity Mall UUM Sintok, 06010 Sintok, Kedah
Kaunter U & V, Terminal Shahab Perdana, Jalan Sultanah Sambungan, 05100 Alor Setar, Kedah
Alor Setar, Kedah
04 731 1871
Kaunter No 32, Terminal Bas Ekspres, 08000 Sungai Petani, Kedah
Sungai Petani, Kedah
04 421 1334
Kaunter No 9, Kaunter Tiket (Kabin), Jalan Jenjulong, 17/21 Seksyen 17, Shah Alam, Selangor
Shah Alam, Selangor
03 554 11973
Kaunter Tiket 18, 19 & 20, Terminal Hentian Duta, Jalan Duta 50480 Kuala Lumpur
03 6201 0105
Kaunter No 69, Hentian Puduraya, Kuala Lumpur
03 2070 7177
Terminal A, Kaunter No.4, Klang Sentral, Klang
03 3344 2754
Kaunter No 3, Hentian Bas Putra, Jalan Sultan Ismail 50480 Kuala Lumpur
03 4042 7222
Kompleks Terminal Makmur Kaunter No 4, Aras 1 25200 Kuantan, Pahang.
09 517 7797
No B-96, Kompleks Hentian Bas MPKT, Jalan Syed Husin, 20100 Kuala Terengganu. Terengganu
Kuala Terengganu. Terengganu
09 622 2717
No.1 Terminal Bas Kota Bharu Lembah Sireh, Kota Bharu, Kelantan
Kota Bharu, Kelantan
09 744 6767
Kaunter Tiket No. 9 Hadapan Pejabat Telekom Jalan Doktor, Kota Bharu, Kelantan
Kota Bharu, Kelantan
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The seats are generally comfortable and looks clean.
Transnasional is an express bus company with inter-city express bus service. It has been in express bus business for decades already. Transnasional is one of the few companies that charges adult and child separately in their bus fares.
Pancaran Matahari is an express bus company that provides express bus service to various cities in Peninsular Malaysia.
Pancaran Matahari has routes servicing many cities in Malaysia.
The company does not appear to have any website at the moment. However, they have a Facebook Page in case if you are looking for more information about them. The Facebook Page is regularly updated with some information about the company as well as its contact information.
Power Outlet (1 for single seat, 1 for couple seat per row)
Pancaran Matahari (M) Sdn Bhd
Menjadi peneraju utama syarikat pengangkutan eksekutif awam di utara semenanjung dengan menawarkan perkhidmatan cekap, selesa dan selamat ke destinasi.
No. 1503, Campbell Complex,50100 Jalan Dang Wangi, Kuala Lumpur.
Menyediakan perkhidmatan pengangkutan eksekutif kepada pengguna mengikut laluan yang diluluskan ke seluruh Semenanjung Malaysia
NORTH – Kuala Perlis, Kangar, Sintok, Changlun, Jitra, Alor Setar, Sungai Petani, Butterworth, Ipoh. CENTRAL – Kuala Lumpur (Duta), Kuala Lumpur (Pudu), Shah Alam, Klang, Kajang. SOUTH – Seremban, Melaka, Johor Bahru EAST – Kulim, Kota Baru, Kuala Terengganu.