In light of the first semi-final match of the AFF Cup 2022 between Malaysia and Thailand at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium, the operation hours and services at the Bukit Jalil Light Rail Transit (LRT) station will extend until 12:30 AM, January 8.
Aside from this, in order to facilitate the seamless transit of passengers back to their intended destinations following the game, additional trains will also be made available.
According to the statement released by Rapid Rail Sdn Bhd (Rapid Rail), “all integration stations will still be accessible for passengers from Bukit Jalil Station to continue their journey using different train routes to their desired destination.”
Passengers have also been advised to use a sufficiently top-upped Touch ‘n Go card to ensure efficiency and convenience for fans who will be watching the match.
Unfortunately, many fans will have to stay home tonight and watch the match through their screens, as only 59,000 tickets were available for the semi-final tomorrow night.
Due to the upcoming Jay Chou concert, 21,000 seats have to remain vacated to make space for the concert stage that is in the process of being installed.
The kick-off between Malaysia and Thailand will start at 8:30 PM tomorrow night, January 7.