LRT Sri Petaling Line

  • Coldplay Malaysia concert at Bukit Jalil National Stadium, Nov 22 – LRT operations extended till 1am

    For one night only, Coldplay will perform live in Malaysia at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium. Many have been counting down the days to the Malaysian leg of the band’s Music Of The Spheres world tour, and there’s just one more day on the calendar to cross off – tomorrow is November 22.

    Needless to say, the Bukit Jalil National Stadium and surrounding areas will be congested, and that’s before factoring in the daily evening rain. So if you have tickets (lucky you!) but have not figured out how to get there yet, perhaps the LRT is a wise choice.

    As usual with big concerts and football matches, Rapid KL will cater to fans with extended LRT operation hours. The rail operator says that LRT Ampang/Sri Petaling Line operations from the Bukit Jalil LRT station will be extended tomorrow night till 1am (Nov 23).

    All connecting stations will also have extended hours. Rapid KL reminds riders to use Touch n Go cards and ensure that there’s sufficient credit. Enjoy the show!

     
     
  • Malaysia vs Kyrgyzstan 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers tomorrow night – LRT Bukit Jalil operations extended

    Malaysia vs Kyrgyzstan 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers tomorrow night – LRT Bukit Jalil operations extended

    Malaysia will take on Kyrgyzstan in a 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifying match tomorrow night (November 16) at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium, and it is anticipated that a large crowd will show up for the game, which doubles up as a 2027 AFC Asian Cup qualification match.

    As usual with big football matches, Rapid KL will cater to fans with extended LRT operation hours. The rail operator says that LRT Ampang/Sri Petaling Line operations from the Bukit Jalil LRT station will be extended tomorrow night till 12.30 am. The match kicks off at 9pm.

    All connecting stations will also have extended hours. Rapid KL reminds riders to use Touch n Go cards and ensure that there’s sufficient credit.

    As for the match itself, Harimau Malaya is currently ranked 137 in the world while the team from Central Asia is ranked 97, but midfielder Brendan Gan believes that the Group D opener is winnable, along with next week’s match against Taiwan.

    “We know we have two tough games coming up but they are winnable for us, we feel. We have to stay confident, believe in what the coaching staff have put forth for us and cross it when it comes to game time,” the Selangor captain said, reported by NST.

     
     
  • Malaysia vs Tajikistan Merdeka Tournament football finals tonight – LRT Bukit Jalil operations extended

    Malaysia vs Tajikistan Merdeka Tournament football finals tonight – LRT Bukit Jalil operations extended

    Malaysia will take on Tajikistan in the Pesta Bola Merdeka (Merdeka Tournament) final tonight (October 17) at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium, and it is anticipated that a large crowd will show up for the friendly. As usual with big football matches, Rapid KL will cater to fans with extended LRT operation hours.

    The rail operator says that LRT Ampang/Sri Petaling Line operations from the Bukit Jalil LRT station will be extended tonight till 12.30 am. The match kicks off at 9pm. Aside from the extended hours, Rapid KL will deploy more trains to ferry departing fans after the match.

    The Merdeka Tournament is back after a hiatus – the last time we hosted the friendly tournament was in 2013. The first match last week saw Harimau Malaya beat India 4-2, but all the focus was on the quality of the Bukit Jalil National Stadium pitch, or the lack thereof.

    This will be Tajikistan’s first and only Merdeka Tournament 2023 match; the Central Asia country was supposed to open with a match with Palestine, but the latter pulled out due to the current situation in the Middle East.

     
     
  • Malaysia vs India Merdeka Tournament football match tonight – LRT Bukit Jalil operation hours extended

    Malaysia vs India Merdeka Tournament football match tonight – LRT Bukit Jalil operation hours extended

    Malaysia will take on India in a Pesta Bola Merdeka (Merdeka Tournament) football match tonight (October 13) at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium, and it is anticipated that a large crowd will show up for the friendly. As usual with big football matches, Rapid KL will cater to fans with extended LRT operation hours.

    The rail operator says that LRT Ampang/Sri Petaling Line operations from the Bukit Jalil LRT station will be extended tonight till 12.30 am. The match kicks off at 9pm. Aside from the extended hours, Rapid KL will deploy more trains to ferry departing fans after the match.

    The Merdeka Tournament is back after a hiatus – the last time we hosted the friendly tournament was in 2013 – and it will see Harimau Malaya take on India and Tajikistan. Palestine pulled out due to the current situation in the Middle East, which means Malaysia will play Tajikistan in the final next week.

     
     
  • Blackpink Malaysia concert – Bukit Jalil LRT station operations extended until 1am

    Blackpink Malaysia concert – Bukit Jalil LRT station operations extended until 1am

    If you plan to attend the Blackpink Malaysia concert at 8pm today at Bukit Jalil National Stadium with public transport, you don’t need to worry about getting home as Rapid KL will be extending the Bukit Jalil LRT station operations until 1am. Interchange stations will also remain open to ensure that passengers can reach their final destination.

    The Blackpink concert is not the only thing happening in the vicinity of the Bukit Jalil LRT station today, as there’s also Axiata Arena host the Malam Bulan Bintang concert, featuring local legends Datuk Seri Siti Nurhaliza and Datuk M. Nasir.

    Not one, but two huge concerts at Bukit Jalil means the area will be a warzone. If you’re a BLINK – or more likely a chaperone considering this website’s audience, it’s wise to take the LRT. Riders are reminded to use Touch n Go cards, have enough credit in the cards, and wear masks in trains.

     
     
  • Going to the Blackpink Malaysia concert on March 4? LRT Bukit Jalil operations will be extended to 1am

    Going to the Blackpink Malaysia concert on March 4? LRT Bukit Jalil operations will be extended to 1am

    Rapid KL has announced that the LRT Bukit Jalil station will have operations extended to 1am on March 4 (Saturday midnight). Interchange stations will also remain open to ensure that passengers can reach their final destination.

    While Rapid KL did not explicitly state the reason for the LRT extension, 1am extensions typically happen when the National Stadium or Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil is hosting a big event.

    Indeed, there will be a mega one happening at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium, where the Malaysia leg of Blackpink’s Born Pink world tour will be happening. The concert starts at 8pm. This most auspicious of dates will also see the Axiata Arena host the Malam Bulan Bintang concert, featuring local legends Datuk Seri Siti Nurhaliza and Datuk M. Nasir.

    Not one, but two huge concerts at Bukit Jalil means the area will be a warzone. If you’re a BLINK – or more likely a chaperone considering this website’s audience (you’re a cool parent!) – it’s wise to take the LRT. Riders are reminded to use Touch n Go cards, have enough credit in the cards, and wear masks in trains.

     
     
  • LRT Bukit Jalil operations extended to 1am on Feb 11 for Mayday concert, interchange stations also open

    LRT Bukit Jalil operations extended to 1am on Feb 11 for Mayday concert, interchange stations also open

    Rapid KL has announced that the LRT Bukit Jalil station will have operations extended to 1am on February 11 (Saturday midnight). Interchange stations will also remain open to ensure that passengers can reach their final destination.

    While Rapid KL did not explicitly state the reason for the LRT extension, 1am extensions typically happen when the National Stadium or Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil is hosting a big event. Indeed, there’s one happening at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium this Saturday. Taiwanese band Mayday will be coming to Malaysia for its Fly to 2023 World Tour, and the concert is starting at 8pm.

    For those heading to the concert, it’s wise to take the LRT. Riders are reminded to use Touch n Go cards, have enough credit in the cards, and wear masks in trains.

     
     
  • AFF Cup Malaysia vs Thailand semi-finals at Stadium Bukit Jalil tomorrow night – LRT extended to 12.30 am

    AFF Cup Malaysia vs Thailand semi-finals at Stadium Bukit Jalil tomorrow night – LRT extended to 12.30 am

    After thrashing Singapore earlier this week, Harimau Malaya earned a spot in the semi-finals of the 2022 Asean Football Federation (AFF) Cup. Our opponents will be neighbours Thailand, and the other two teams vying for a place in the finals are Indonesia and Vietnam.

    Malaysia vs Thailand is happening tomorrow night (January 7 2023) at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium, and the first leg of the semis will start at 8.30 pm. If you’re heading there to support our boys, consider taking the LRT, as the roads around the stadium will be congested, to say the least.

    As usual with big football matches, Rapid KL will cater to fans with extended LRT operation hours. The rail operator says LRT operations from the Bukit Jalil LRT station will be extended till 12.30 am. From there, one can switch to other train lines at interchange stations – see the graphic above.

    Remember to have enough credit in your Touch n Go card and always wear a mask when using public transport. Come on boys, let’s make our home advantage count and take a lead to Bangkok next week!

    AFF Cup Malaysia vs Thailand semi-finals at Stadium Bukit Jalil tomorrow night – LRT extended to 12.30 am

     
     
  • LRT Bukit Jalil operations extended to 1am on Oct 1 – Cuckoo concert starring Lee Min-ho, Siti Nurhaliza

    LRT Bukit Jalil operations extended to 1am on Oct 1 – Cuckoo concert starring Lee Min-ho, Siti Nurhaliza

    Rapid KL has announced that the LRT Bukit Jalil station will have operations extended to 1am tomorrow (midnight Saturday), October 1. Interchange stations will also remain open to ensure that passengers can reach their final destination.

    While Rapid KL did not explicitly state the reason for the LRT extension, merely saying “to fulfil operational needs”, 1am extensions typically happen when the National Stadium or Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil is hosting a big event.

    Indeed, there’s one happening at the Axiata Arena tomorrow. Cuckoo is having its Appreci8th Anniversary Concert featuring some big stars such as brand ambassadors Lee Min-ho from South Korea and our own Datuk Seri Siti Nurhaliza. Twelve other artistes are also performing in the concert, held in collaboration with Astro.

    For those heading to the concert, it’s wise to take the LRT. Riders are reminded to use Touch n Go cards for a smooth flow. For those who are not watching the match, it’s best to avoid the stadium area if possible, as it will be congested.

     
     
  • 2022 FA Cup Final at Bukit Jalil, Sept 10 – LRT till 1am

    2022 FA Cup Final at Bukit Jalil, Sept 10 – LRT till 1am

    The FA Cup final will be held at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil tomorrow (September 10). Super League champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) will be taking on 2011 FA Cup champions Terengganu for honours. The team from the south are favourites, but in finals, anything can happen.

    For those heading to the match, it’s wise to take the LRT, specifically the Sri Petaling Line. As expected, Rapid KL will be extending LRT services tomorrow night for the football match – the operator has announced that the LRT Bukit Jalil station’s operations will be extended to 1am, and extra trains will be provided after the match.

    Riders are reminded to use Touch n Go cards for a smooth flow. Special areas for solat are available at the Bukit Jalil station. For those who are not watching the match, it’s best to avoid the stadium area if possible, as it will be congested.

     
     
  • Malaysia vs Bangladesh football match at Bukit Jalil tonight – LRT operations extended, with extra trains

    Malaysia vs Bangladesh football match at Bukit Jalil tonight – LRT operations extended, with extra trains

    Malaysia will take on Bangladesh in an AFC Asian Cup qualifying match today at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium, and it is anticipated that a large crowd will show up for the game. As usual with big football matches, Rapid KL will cater to fans with extended LRT operation hours.

    The rail operator says LRT Ampang/Sri Petaling Line operations from the Bukit Jalil LRT station will be extended tonight. The last train heading to Sentul Timur will leave Bukit Jalil at 12.03 am, while the last train in the direction of Putra Heights will depart Bukit Jalil at 12.44 am.

    Aside from the extended hours, Rapid KL will deploy more trains to ferry departing fans after the match. From the LRT Ampang/Sri Petaling Line, one can switch to LRT Kelana Jaya Line at Masjid Jamek, and to the MRT Kajang Line at Plaza Rakyat.

    As for the game itself, Malaysia’s fate is not entirely in our hands, as we still need to depend on results from the other Group E match between Bahrain and Turkmenistan, as well as results from other groups. Harimau Malaya is currently fifth in the ranking of second-placed teams across six groups. Group winners and the five best runners-up will qualify for next year’s Asian Cup. We’ll need to do our best and keep our fingers crossed. Come on, boys!

     
     
  • LRT Bukit Jalil station open till 1am tonight, special extension for the Piala Malaysia 2021 football final

    LRT Bukit Jalil station open till 1am tonight, special extension for the Piala Malaysia 2021 football final

    Rapid KL has announced that the LRT Bukit Jalil station, which is next to the Stadium Nasional Bukit Jalil, will be open until 1am tonight (December 1).

    This special extension is for the Malaysia Cup (Piala Malaysia) 2021 final that will be played tonight between Kuala Lumpur (KL) City FC and Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT). The match starts at 9pm.

    Note that only the Bukit Jalil station on the LRT Sri Petaling Line will have extended hours – all other stations will close at the regular time. LRT users are reminded to purchase return tokens before they exit the Bukit Jalil station, or use cashless payment (Touch n Go). Stay safe and enjoy the match.

     
     
 
 
 

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