Kuala Krai KTM Railway Station
About The Station
Kuala Krai KTM Railway Station is a KTM train station situated at and named after the town of Kuala Krai, Kelantan. It is the biggest railway station in Kelantan state.
The Railway Station is on the KTM main line that runs from Tumpat and Wakaf Bharu (close to Kota Bharu) right through the interior of the country to Gemas on the west of the peninsula, where it joins the main west coast line from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur. The opening of the railway line made a significant difference to the remote interior of the state of Kelantan.
Kelantan's flood assessing point, the famous Bradley Steps, is situated in Kuala Krai. People my be under the impression that the Bradley Steps were built for the purpose of gauging the water level of Sungai Kelantan to warn them of imminent floods. Actually, the steps were originally guilt to provide a landing point for settlers and Government officials from the Ulu Kelantan district. The steps were named after Gerald Bradley, an energetic District Officer of Ulu Kelantan who served from 1927.
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• Ticket Vending Machine
|Station Name||Kuala Krai KTM Railway Station|
|Address||Kuala Krai, Kelantan|
|Lines||KTM Intercity (East Coast Line)|
|Platforms||1 Side Platform & 1 Island Platform|
|Tickets||Ticketing Counters & Vending Machines|
|Enquiry No||1 300 88 KTMB (5862) / +603 2267 1200 (Overseas)|
folder_open KTM Intercity (East Coast Line)