Project Details

KL Sentral Station

Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station is an integrated transportation hub that caters for various modes of rail transport. It includes KTMB Intercity and Commuter services, Putra LRT services and Express Rail Link (ERL) services. The station is the integral part of the overall KL Sentral development.

Crowning the complex is a series of Hyperbolic Paraboloid (HP) shell roofs flanked by waved roofs to each side. The HP shell roofs together with the suspended domes and
granite flooring patterns poetically expresses the fusion of modern technology with Islamic architecture. The features also enrich the high-tech structural steelworks of the
station. Spanning the East-West axis of the station, the sweeping waved roofs reflect the directional flow and motion of the railway tracks below.

The overall precinct masterplan and the integrated transport hub was undertaken in collaboration with Kisho Kurokawa Architects & Associates.

Project Type
Integrated Transport Hub

Project Cost

MYR 190 Million

Project Size

93,000 SQ M

Completed in 2000

Malaysian Resources Corporation Berhad (MRCB)