E-ticket is temporarily unavailable from to-date untill Sept 13, 2010 due to system upgrading. For ticket reservations, kindly contact our KTM Call Center at 1-300-88-(KTMB)5862 (local) or +603-2267 1200 (overseas) or email to firstname.lastname@example.org or proceed to ticketing counter for direct purchase.
Untuk pengetahuan semua, KTMB E-Ticket tidak dapat diakses sehingga 13 September 2010 kerana sistem tempahan tiket KTMB sedang dinaik taraf. Unuk tempahan tiket bolehlah hubungi KTMB di talian tol rendah KTMB – 1300 88 KTMB (1300-88-5862) atau +603 2267 1200 (sekiranya membuat panggilan dari luar negara) atau email ke email@example.com.
LANDASAN mencadangkan anda agar terus ke kaunter KTMB untuk tempahan tiket. Lebih mudah dan senang.
KTM Berhad (KTMB) has recently enabled passengers to pay for their e-Ticket booking via online banking portal, Maybank2u.
The addition of Maybank2u as the alternative payment method (the other only available payment method is by VISA/Mastercard credit/debit card) is seen to be more secure because users will need to log on to their online banking account and providing Transaction Authorization Code (TAC) for the transaction, on top of the usual username and password combination.
There is no booking fee charged for KTMB e-Ticket booking via this payment method. I have personally tried to use the Maybank2u payment method for my KTM Intercity ticket purchase and it worked perfectly.
For those who are booking their tickets, I would recommend to use Internet Explorer as your browser to ensure maximum compatibility.
Of note, after booking, there is no need to print the KTM Intercity e-Ticket. You can simply show your e-Ticket on your phone/tablet screen to the ticket inspector.
Other than KTM Intercity, e-Ticket is also available for ETS trains.