Thaipusam will start over the weekend and the celebration will go on until Monday.
It is one of the most important religious celebrations for the Hindus. Devotees will celebrate this significant throughout this weekend across the day and night up until Monday.
To all Malaysian Hindus, Moovit wishes you Happy Thaipusam and Happy Holidays for all Malaysians.
Moovit your way to the celebration, even after dark.
Several public transport operators across the Klang Valley had announced round the clock and/or extra service to and from the celebration site. So Moovit your way there and skip the hassle of traffic and parking!
Details of those services are as follows.
Port Klang – KL Sentral: Service will be available every hour on average after normal service from 10pm to 5am (13 extra trips, each direction
Seremban – Batu Caves: Service will be available every hour on average after normal service from 10pm to 5am (13 extra trips, each direction)
*Cashless payment only for KTM Komuter, please ensure you have either KomuterLink card or Touch n’ Go card with sufficient balance.
Special Thaipusam shuttle bus will be available on 7 & 8 February to shuttle devotees from Selected LRT Stations
Hab Pasar Seni – Batu Caves: Every 10-15mins, from 5am to 12 midnight (Fare: RM3)
LRT Gombak – Batu Caves: Every 30-45mins, from 5am to 12 midnight (Fare: RM2)
The schedule had been updated in Moovit app, just plan your trip and you’ll receive the updated information.
You ride, Moovit guides!