Maluri MRT Station

Maluri MRT Station is an underground MRT station located on the eastern fringe of Kuala Lumpur, situated near and named after Taman Maluri in Cheras.

Two entrances to the Maluri MRT station on both side of Jalan Cheras

Two entrances to the Maluri MRT station on both side of Jalan Cheras

Maluri MRT Station

Entrance to the Maluri Station


This underground Maluri MRT station serves the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line and the station serves as a paid-to-paid interchange between the MRT and the LRT lines.

Arial view of Maluri MRT station and its suroundings

Arial view of Maluri MRT station and its suroundings

The station is located at Jalan Cheras Lama near AEON-JUSCO Taman Maluri shopping center, adjacent to Jalan Cheras and Kerayong River, with access points towards the road and the eastern tip of Taman Miharja.

Boarding Platform 2: Sungai Buloh–Kajang Line towards Sungai Buloh

Boarding Platform 2: Sungai Buloh–Kajang Line towards Sungai Buloh

Boarding Platform 1: Sungai Buloh–Kajang Line towards Kajang

Boarding Platform 1: Sungai Buloh–Kajang Line towards Kajang

Boarding Platforms at Maluri MRT station

Boarding Platforms at Maluri MRT station

Maluri Station is located on a site undergoing rapid urban renewal that will see it embracing a new generation.

Hence it is natural that this station takes on the theme “New Generation” that presents a lighter, more playful manner to add character to the local urban context, setting a new precedent and give character to this old town in Cheras area.


Concourse level of Maluri MRT station

Concourse level of Maluri station

Concourse level of Maluri station

Concourse level of Maluri MRT station

Access gates and customer service office located on concourse level of Maluri MRT station

Access gates and customer service office located on concourse level of Maluri station

Lighter, more playful decorative walls on concourse level of Maluri MRT station

Lighter, more playful decorative walls on concourse level of Maluri station

Escalators and stair for access to the ground level, heading towards Entrance A

Escalators and stair for access to the ground level, heading towards Entrance A

Concourse level of Maluri MRT station

Concourse level of Maluri station

Location

Maluri MRT Station

Location of Maluri Station


Station Design

The station has two levels – a concourse level with fare gates, customer service office, toilets and machinery rooms. Escalators lead down to the island platform below.

The MRT station four entrances/exits with escalators, lifts, and staircases.

Entrance A is located on the Kajang-bound side of Jalan Cheras allowing access to AEON Taman Maluri Shopping Centre. Entrance B on the Kuala Lumpur-bound side of Jalan Cheras allowing access via a covered walkway to Sunway Velocity Shopping Mall.

Entrance C which is directly connected to the paid-to-paid linkway to the LRT station; and Entrance D which is also on the Kajang-bound side of Jalan Cheras allowing access to the Maluri Bus Hub and the park and ride facilities.

Lighter, more playful decorative walls on concourse level of Maluri MRT station

Lighter, more playful decorative walls on concourse level of Maluri MRT station

Escalators and stair for access to the ground level

Escalators and stair for access to the ground level

Station Layout

Level Description
LRT Platform Level (L2)
  • Platform 1: Ampang Line towards Chan Sow Lin
  • Platform 2: Ampang Line towards Ampang
LRT Concourse/ MRT Entrance C / Linkway (L1) Ticketing Machines, Faregates, Station Control, Staircase, Escalators and Lift to/from platform, Entrances to paid-to-paid pedestrian linkway
Street Level (G) Jalan Cheras, Maluri Bus Hub, Taxi Lay-by, Pedestrian Crossing, 7-Eleven store, Ramly Burger kiosk, clothing store and other shops, Entrance/Exit A to AEON Mall, Entrance/Exit B and pedestrian walkway to Sunway Velocity Mall, Entrance/Exit D to Maluri Bus Hub and Park and Ride
MRT Concourse (B1) Station Control, Ticketing Machines, Faregates
MRT Platform Level (B2)
  • Platform 1: Sungai Buloh–Kajang Line towards Kajang
  • Platform 2: Sungai Buloh–Kajang Line towards Sungai Buloh

Paid To Paid Link Between Maluri MRT and LRT Station

The Maluri MRT Station will connect to the Maluri LRT Station via a Paid-To-Paid linkway.

The linkway was built together with the MRT station. It connects the LRT station at the paid area of the concourse level while at the MRT station, the linkway connects directly to Entrance C which is located one level above ground level. From Entrance C, escalators, a lift and staircase go directly down to the paid area of the concourse, which is located on the first underground level.

As the linkway is part of the paid area of both stations, there are no direct exits to the outside. Unlike the MRT station, the linkway is not air conditioned.

A Paid-To-Paid link will connect the Maluri MRT station to the Maluri LRT station.

A Paid-To-Paid link will connect the Maluri MRT station to the Maluri LRT station.

A covered walkway connects the two rail systems. The walk takes about 2 mins.

A covered walkway connects the two rail systems. The walk takes about 2 mins.

A Paid-To-Paid link will connect the Maluri MRT station to the Maluri LRT station. Commuters do not need to exit system or buy new ticket to transfer.

A Paid-To-Paid link will connect the Maluri MRT station to the Maluri LRT station. Commuters do not need to exit the system or buy a new ticket to transfer.

The Paid-To-Paid link is accessed via Entrance C of the Maluri MRT station

The Paid-To-Paid link is accessed via Entrance C of the Maluri MRT station

A short walk via the Paid-To-Paid link will take you from the underground Maluri MRT Station to the elevated Maluri LRT Station

A short walk via the Paid-To-Paid link will take you from the underground Maluri MRT Station to the elevated Maluri LRT Station

Maluri MRT station is also integrated with Ampang Line LRT. A covered walkway connects the two systems. The walk takes about 2 mins

Maluri MRT station is also integrated with Ampang Line LRT. A covered walkway connects the two systems. The walk takes about 2 mins.

Facilities

  • Feeder bus
  • Lift
  • Escalator
  • Park and Ride
  • Surau
  • Public Telephone
  • Ticket Vending Machine
  • Public Toilets
  • Customer Service Office
  • Island Platform

Pictures of Maluri MRT Station During Construction

Maluri MRT Station

The Maluri Station entrance taking shape. Apr 2017

Maluri MRT Station

Platform screen doors that have been installed inside the Maluri Station. Feb 2017

Maluri MRT Station

The completed crossover in the underground section at the Maluri Station. Dec 2016

Maluri MRT Station

View of the track cross-over, the only one for the underground section at the Maluri Station. Feb 2017

Maluri MRT Station

The stairs and escalators that have been installed inside the Maluri Station. Dec 2016

Maluri MRT Station

Automated fare collection gates structure that has been installed inside the Maluri Station. Apr 2017

Maluri MRT Station

Concourse level of the Maluri Station with integration of the ‘New Generation’ theme made visible on the walls. Apr 2017

Maluri MRT Station

Toilet facilities inside the Maluri Station that is already ready. Apr 2017

View of the track crossover inside the Maluri Station. Feb 2016

View of the track crossover inside the Maluri Station. Feb 2016

View of the Adits B and C area of the station box of the Maluri Station. Feb 2016

View of the Adits B and C area of the station box of the Maluri Station. Feb 2016

View of the Adits B and C area of the station box. Dec 2015

View of the Adits B and C area of the station box. Dec 2015

View of the Adits B and C area of the station box. Oct 2015

View of the Adits B and C area of the station box. Oct 2015

Construction of the staircase from the platform level to the concourse level in progress. Sep 2015

Construction of the staircase from the platform level to the concourse level in progress. Sep 2015

Excavation in progress for Entrance A. Sep 2015

Excavation in progress for Entrance A. Sep 2015

View of the station site, where the Roof Slab for the Adits B and C area is being constructed. May 2015

View of the station site, where the Roof Slab for the Adits B and C area is being constructed. May 2015

Roof Slab construction in progress. May 2015

Roof Slab construction in progress. May 2015

Location of Entrance A where excavation work is in progress. May 2015

Location of Entrance A where excavation work is in progress. May 2015

View of the metro decking (white slabs) over the station box used as a temporary road. May 2015

View of the metro decking (white slabs) over the station box used as a temporary road. May 2015

Artist Impression of Maluri MRT Station

Maluri MRT Station

Artist impression of the Maluri Station entrance.

Maluri MRT Station

Artist impression of the Maluri Station

Maluri MRT Station

Artist impression of the Maluri Station

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