|Bus Operator||First Bus||Last Bus||Duration|
|Unititi Express||08:30||15:45||2 hrs 0 mins||VIEW PRICE|
|CS Travel and Tours||08:30||17:00||2 hrs 0 mins||VIEW PRICE|
|Edaran Ekspres||08:30||19:00||2 hrs 0 mins||VIEW PRICE|
Also known as KL, Kuala Lumpur is the administrative, economic, and cultural capital of Malaysia. The city is characterized by the huge Klang Valley surrounded by the Titiwangsa Mountains in the East, North, and South and by the Strait of Malacca in the West. Due to its topography and location on the swamps of Klang and Gombak rivers, Kuala Lumpur receives its name meaning “muddy confluence.”
Tapah is a town in Malaysia. It is the capital of the Batang Padang District in Perak, Malaysia. The topography of this small town is also very scenic. With the Batang Padang river flowing through the town and the Lata, Kinjang waterfall flows down 18 km away on the road to Chenderiang.
The distance between Kuala Lumpur to Tapah can be covered by bus or by the KTM ETS train. The duration to cover this distance of 152 km by bus is about 2 hours and 25 minutes depending on the traffic. In spite of the train service, locals prefer bus services more than the train. There are only 3 operators on the route providing a total of 18 trips throughout the day.
Kuala Lumpur to Tapah Bus Details
Due to greater convenience in bus schedules and more comfortable drop-off locations, passengers prefer buses more on this route than a train. The major operators from Kuala Lumpur to Tapah include CS Travel and Tours, Edaran Express, and Unititi Express.
The major pick-up point from Kuala Lumpur is Terminal Bersepadu Selatan and the drop-off location is Tapah Town bus station. The buses start at 8:30 in the morning and the last trip departs at 7:00 in the evening.
The most prominent operator with the most frequent trips is the Edaran Express. Depending on the choice of operator, the bus fare varies from RM 12 to RM 17.
Things to do in Tapah
Tapah is a small scenic town with varied lucrative spots to visit. Some of these are:
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