Reason you already knew by now, why we were at KTM Kuala Lumpur Station.
Bingo, twins studies related.
The parking and drive through to the station is kind of confusing, mainly it is a place, not many would want to come to.
Unless you are taking a bus to the northern region, via NICE, you would not come here. You may have opted to take cheaper buses at Pudu Sentral, or you may have taken FireFlyz, AirAsia, Malindo Air etc for the journey, to save time and perhaps costs about the same.
Also, the train is kind of slow.
Unless you are in Melbourne or Perth or any other countries with really good public transport systems, you would not want to take the public transport. So, in Malaysia, it is faster to drive than taking the public transport. Or, take a Uber, Grab to save the time to find car parks.
Or the Kuala Lumpur car park rates are exorbitantly high, you will take public transport.
So none of these seems to apply here, at the moment. So, not many using the KTM trains.
While we were there, we could see quite a number of people waiting for the trains, not a lot still.
The automated ticketing kiosks, some of them, or many of them were down, out of service.
We headed to the Musuem of KTM, oh my. Seriously, it does not look like a museum at all. It is messy, dirty and kind of a health hazard for anyone inside the place.
Since we have to get the stuff done for the twins, we entered the place with care, got the info we needed and left.
What I could say about such a place which is filled with historical values, bad.