Formerly known as Serdang New Village, the town was established by the British back in 1952. Initially, the quiet village had only around 50 wooden houses. Most of the locals back then worked in plantations and mines scattered throughout the area. Modern day Serdang had become a sizable town with a significant population. It had expanded due to the various businesses blossoming which contributed to its development. The Serdang KOMUTER station is a popular stop as the town is strategically located between Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya. The town also offers numerous attractions in addition to charming street food.
The KOMUTER from KL Sentral to Serdang serves as the main mode of public transportation for anyone who wishes to visit both locations. Enjoy a quick ride that takes less than 30 minutes in our comfortable coaches.
One of the most prominent locations in Serdang is definitely Universiti Putra Malaysia, one of the top universities in the country. You can find numerous attractions that are affiliated with UPM such as the Malay Heritage Museum and the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang. The former showcases the heritage and culture of ethnic Malaysia while the latter serves as an agricultural showground and exposition park. Being a melting pot of different cuisines, visitors will never run out of good food while in Serdang. Each corner and street seems filled with options for you to get a taste of delicious local cuisine. There are even several shopping malls within the vicinity to cater to shopaholics.
With the KOMUTER from KL Sentral to Serdang, passengers can now enjoy speedy travelling in the comfort of our air-conditioned coaches.