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North South Expressway Northern Route E1North South Expressway Northern Route E1 (3 May, 2009)


The North-South Expressway Northern Route (E1) is an expressway that bears north out of Kuala Lumpur to the border with Thailand.

The expressway uses the highway code E1, which is also used by the New Klang Valley Expressway. The first interchange on the North-South Expressway North Route is the Bukit Lanjan Interchange (Exit 108). This is where it joins the New Klang Valley Expressway. At this interchange, take the left exit ramp to reach the Jalan Duta Toll Plaza and onwards to Kuala Lumpur city centre or to Kuantan; take the right exit ramp continue along the New Klang Valley Expressway, which continues to Shah Alam, where it links to the ELITE Highway for onward journey to Johor Bahru.

All the interchanges on the North-South Expressway Northern Route have 3 digits starting with a 1, to denote an exit on the E1 expressway. Distances are measured from north to south, beginning with kilometer-1 at the Bukit Kayu Hitam Toll Plaza.

On this page, I try to provide you all the details I have assembled about the interchanges and rest stops along this high, so that you have a good idea of your whereabouts whenever you use the expressway. You will have a better idea how far you have travelled, and where the next rest stop will be.

Driving from end to end

If you are heading from past Kuala Lumpur towards destinations in the south, you need to continue on the Elite Highway (E6) and then onwards to the North South Expressway Southern Route (E2).


Map of the North-South Expressway Northern Route



Exit 108, Bukit Lanjan InterchangeExit 108, Bukit Lanjan Interchange (3 May, 2009)

Exit 108: Bukit Lanjan Interchange

The Bukit Lanjan Interchange is a three-way interchange. The west route is the start of the North-South Expressway Northern Route. The east route leads to the Jalan Duta Toll Plaza, and onwards to Kuala Lumpur city centre. The south route leads to the New Klang Valley Expressway.
Exit 113: Sungai Buloh InterchangeExit 113: Sungai Buloh Interchange (3 May, 2009)

Exit 113: Sungai Buloh Interchange

The Sungai Buloh Interchange is 459 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. It exits to Route 54. This leads east to the Middle Ring Road II (which is also formerly known as Jalan Kuala Selangor) and to Kepong, and west to Sungai Buloh and Kuala Selangor.

Sungai Buloh Rest Stop

Rest stop on both sides of the expressway.
Sungai Buloh Overhead RestaurantSungai Buloh Overhead Restaurant (3 May, 2009)


Sungai Buloh Rest Stop turn inSungai Buloh Rest Stop turn in (3 May, 2009)


Sungai Buloh Overhead Bridge Restaurant

The Sungai Buloh Rest Stop is unique in that it is built over the North South Expressway. Among the outlets you have here include A & W, Burger King, Baskin Robbins and Tasty Noodles. There is also an Esso petrol station on each side of the expressway, with a 7-Eleven each.


Exit 114: Sungai Buloh North InterchangeExit 114: Sungai Buloh North Interchange (3 May, 2009)


Exit 114, Sungai Buloh North InterchangeExit 114, Sungai Buloh North Interchange (3 May, 2009)

Exit 114: Sungai Buloh North Interchange

The Sungai Buluh (North) Interchange is 456 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. It also exits to Route 54. You can reach the Sungai Buloh Hospital and Kepong from here.

Sungai Buloh Layby

This is a small resting place only on the south-bound side of the expressway.
Exit 115, Rawang South InterchangeExit 115, Rawang South Interchange (3 May 2009)


Exit 115, to Guthrie CorridorExit 115, Rawang South Interchange (3 May 2009)

Exit 115: Rawang South Interchange

The Rawang South Interchange is a trumpet interchange, located 447 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This interchange was built to provide access to the Guthrie Corridor Expressway (E35). You can reach Shah Alam and Klang from here.
Exit 116, Rawang InterchangeExit 116, Rawang Interchange (3 May 2009)

Exit 116: Rawang Interchange

The Rawang Interchange is a trumpet interchange, located 444 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This interchange connects the North-South Expressway to Jalan Batu Arang, which is also Selangor State Route B27. You exit here to go to Rawang and Batang Berjuntai.

Rawang Rest Area / Layby

The Rawang Rest Area is located after the Rawang Interchange on the northbound side. On the southbound side, there is only a layby.
Exit 118, Bukit Beruntung InterchangeExit 118, Bukit Beruntung Interchange (3 May 2009)

Exit 118: Bukit Beruntung Interchange

The Bukit Beruntung Interchange is a trumpet interchange, located 428 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This interchange connects the North-South Expressway to Selangor State Route B112 to Bukit Beruntung, then onwards on Federal Route 1 to Serendah and Batang Kali. If you're coming from the north, this is an early exit to go to Genting Highlands, though I prefer taking to more southerly exit such as Exit 116.
Exit 118, Bukit Beruntung InterchangeExit 118, Bukit Beruntung Interchange (3 May 2009)

Exit 119: Bukit Tagar Interchange

The Bukit Tagar Interchange is a trumpet interchange, located 419 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This is a fairly new interchange constructed to link it to the Bukit Tagar Highway (Federal Route 228) which was completed in 2006. This interchange is an alternative exit to reach Batang Berjuntai, especially if you are coming from the north.


Exit 120, Lembah Beringin InterchangeExit 120, Lembah Beringin Interchange (3 May 2009)

Exit 120: Lembah Beringin Interchange

The Lembah Beringin Interchange is a trumpet interchange, located 411 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. It connects to Bandar Baru Lembah Beringin in northern Selangor.
Exit 121, Tanjung Malim InterchangeExit 121, Tanjung Malim Interchange (3 May 2009)
Exit 121, Tanjung Malim InterchangeExit 121, Tanjung Malim Interchange (3 May 2009)

Exit 121: Tanjung Malim Interchange

The Tanjung Malim Interchange is a trumpet interchange, located 401 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This is the last interchange in northern Selangor before the border with Perak. The town of Tanjung Malim is immediate across the border in Perak. You exit the expressway here to go to Proton City, Kuala Kubu Bharu and Fraser's Hill.

Selangor - Perak Border

Tanjung Malim Layby / Ulu Bernam Rest & Service Area

The Tanjung Malim Layby is located after the Tanjung Malim Interchange on the northbound side while the Ulu Bernam Rest & Service Area is located before the Tanjung Malim Interchange on the southbound side.
Exit 124, Behrang InterchangeExit 124, Behrang Interchange (3 May 2009)

Exit 124: Behrang Interchange

The Behrang Interchange is a trumpet interchange, located 388 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This is the first interchange in Perak for northbound traffic. You can also use this interchange to go to Behrang, Proton City, Tanjung Malim in Perak, and Sabak Bernam in Selangor.


Behrang Laybys

The Behrang Laybys are located on both the north- and southbound sides of the expressway.
Exit 126, Slim River InterchangeExit 126, Slim River Interchange (3 May 2009)

Exit 126: Slim River Interchange

The Slim River Interchange is a trumpet interchange, located 373 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. You can exit here to reach Federal Route 1, from where you turn left (southwards) to go to Slim River, and turn right (northwards) to go to Trolak.
Exit 128, Sungkai InterchangeExit 128, Sungkai Interchange (3 May 2009)

Exit 128: Sungkai Interchange

The Sungkai Interchange is a trumpet interchange, located 354 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. As with the previous interchange, you exit here to Federal Route 1, from where you turn left (southwards) to go to Trolak, and turn right (northwards) to go to Sungkai.

Ladang Bikam Laybys

The Ladang Bikam Laybys are located on both the north- and southbound sides of the expressway.
Exit 130, Bidor InterchangeExit 130, Bidor Interchange (3 May, 2009)

Exit 130: Bidor Interchange

The Bidor Interchange is a trumpet interchange, located 340 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. You exit the expressway here to Federal Route 1. The nearest town is Bidor, but you can go all the way to Teluk Intan from here on Federal Route 58.
Tapah Rest AreaTapah Rest Area (3 May 2009)

Tapah Rest & Service Area

The rest area at Tapah is one of the major rest stops along the North-South Expressway. It is located on both sides of the expressway. There are food stalls including Dunkin Donuts here. You can also draw money from the ATMs at this stop. There are many stalls selling fruits.


Exit 132, Tapah InterchangeExit 132, Tapah Interchange (3 May 2009)

Exit 132: Tapah Interchange

The Tapah Interchange is a trumpet interchange, located 327 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. You exit the expressway here to Federal Route 59. Turning right takes you to Tapah town while turning left takes you to Cameron Highlands. If you wish to go to Kampar, take Route 59 in the direction to Tapah. When it meets Federal Route 1, turn right and continue past Tapah town, and you will eventually reach Kampar.

If you are heading north, watch out for view of Lata Kinjang after this interchange.

Gunung Tempurung Laybys

The Gunung Tempurung Laybys are located on both the north- and southbound sides of the expressway between Tapah and Gopeng.

If you are heading south, watch out for view of Lata Kinjang after this layby.
Exit 135, Gopeng InterchangeExit 135, Gopeng Interchange (3 May 2009)

Exit 135: Gopeng Interchange

The Gopeng Interchange is a trumpet interchange, located 297 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. As usual, the exit links directly to Federal Route 1. Turning right takes you to Gopeng while turning left takes you to Jeram. The next big town in the area is Batu Gajah. To reach it, take Federal Route 1 north, past Gopeng, and continue until left junction at State Route A8. Also known as Jalan Gopeng, the A8 goes straight to Batu Gajah.

Simpang Pulai Laybys

The Simpang Pulai Laybys are located on both the north- and southbound sides of the expressway between Simpang Pulai and Gopeng.
Exit 137, Simpang Pulai InterchangeExit 137, Simpang Pulai Interchange (3 May 2009)

Exit 137: Simpang Pulai Interchange

The Simpang Pulai Interchange is a trumpet interchange, located 297 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This exit also links directly to the junction with Federal Route 1. A left turn here takes you to Gopeng. Turning right takes you to the Simpang Pulai Junction, where Federal Route 1 intersects with Perak State Route A181. Another right turn here takes you to Cameron Highlands. Going straight along Route 1 takes you to Ipoh, while turning left takes you to Batu Gajah.


Ipoh South Toll PlazaIpoh South Toll Plaza (3 May 2009)

Exit 138: Ipoh South Toll Plaza

The Ipoh South Toll Plaza is where you leave the expressway for Ipoh and towns in its environ. The road forks into two just before the toll plaza. If you are going to Ipoh, make sure you take the fork towards the toll plaza. Otherwise you will entirely bypass Ipoh. After paying your toll, you need to continue on the service road (a local road) beside the main expressway until you reach Exit 139, the actual exit that connects to Ipoh South Interchange.




Exit 139, Ipoh South InterchangeExit 139, Ipoh South Interchange (3 May 2009)

Exit 139: Ipoh South Interchange

The Ipoh South Interchange is a trumpet interchange, located 275 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This is the main interchange for traffic entering the city of Ipoh. The access road from this interchange links it to Federal Route 1, here known as Jalan Tasek. Turning left takes you south along Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah to the Ipoh city centre. Before reaching the city, a left turn at Jalan Tambun takes you to Tambun, Ulu Kinta, Tanjung Rambutan and Sungai Siput.

Exit 140: Ipoh North Interchange

The Ipoh North Interchange is a cloverleaf interchange located 271 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This is where you exit the North-South Expressway to enter the service road to reach Ipoh. You should also exit here to reach Chemor and Sungai Siput, while heading south takes you to Ipoh city centre.

Exit 141: Meru Raya Interchange

The Meru Raya Interchange is a parclo interchange located 267 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This interchange replaces the old Jelapang Interchange. It also involved demolishing the Jelapang Toll Plaza. You can only reach this interchange by taking the service road parallel to the expressway. The interchange takes you to Menglembu, Tronoh, Bandar Seri Iskandar, Bota, Ayer Tawar, Sitiawan, Lumut and Pangkor Island.

Ipoh Vista Point (northbound)

On the approach to the Menora Tunnel, there is a layby vista point for you to stopover to admire the scenic view of the soaring karst mounts.
Menora TunnelMenora Tunnel (28 Dec 2006)

Menora Tunnel

The Menora Tunnel, at 800 meters in length, is the longest tunnel along the North-South Expressway. It is however shorter than the 900-meter Genting Sempah Tunnel on the Kuala Lumpur-Karak Expressway.
Sungai Perak Rest StopSungai Perak Rest Stop (14 November 2009)

Sungai Perak Rest Area

The Sungai Perak Rest & Service Area is located on both sides of the expressway. There are many fruit stalls here selling local produce.
Jambatan Sultan Azlan ShahJambatan Sultan Azlan Shah (14 November 2009)

Jambatan Sultan Azlan Shah

Jambatan Sultan Azlan Shah is the longest bridge on the North-South Expressway.
Exit 143: Kuala Kangsar InterchangeExit 143: Kuala Kangsar Interchange (14 November 2009)


Exit 143: Kuala Kangsar InterchangeExit 143: Kuala Kangsar Interchange (14 November 2009)

Exit 143: Kuala Kangsar Interchange

The Kuala Kangsar Interchange is a half-diamond interchange located 241 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This interchange connects to Route 76, the Federal road linking Kuala Kangsar to Baling. If you take Route 76, you will pass through Lenggong, Gerik and Pengkalan Hulu. To reach Kuala Kangsar, turn right at the flyover junction - follow the signage.

Upon reaching the Kuala Kangsar town roundabout, you can turn south on Route A3 to go to Jerlun and Manong.


Bukit Gantang LaybyBukit Gantang Layby (14 November, 2009)

Bukit Gantang Laybys

The Bukit Gantang Laybys are another place for motorists to stop for a rest or take a nap. The laybys are on both sides of the expressway.

Exit 147: Changkat Jering Interchange

The Changkat Jering Interchange is an interchange located 221 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This interchange is located near the village of Changkat Jering, to the south of Taiping. You will come out of the expressway to Route 60. If you turn left, you can go to Changkat Jering, Simpang, Matang and Taiping. If you turn right, you will reach Terung.

Taiping Laybys

The Taiping Laybys are located on both sides of the expressway, before reaching the Taiping North Interchange.
Exit 148: Taiping North InterchangeExit 148: Taiping North Interchange (14 November 2009)

Exit 148: Taiping (North) Interchange

The Taiping North Interchange is an interchange located 206 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. The exit leads to Jalan Kamunting Lama, with the first crossroad being that with the Federal Route 1. Continuing straight ahead takes you to the town of Kamunting and then onwards to Taiping, reaching the Taiping Lake Gardens on the way.

From Kamunting, you can also continue north on Federal Route 7 to the Perak hinterland, to towns like Batu Kurau and Selama. To go there, be sure to turn left at the junction after the Kamunting Mosque.

Gunung Semanggol Rest Area

The Gunung Semanggol Rest & Service Area is located on both sides of the expressway. Motorists can stop here for a meal.
Exit 150: Bukit Merah InterchangeExit 150: Bukit Merah Interchange (14 November 2009)

Exit 150: Bukit Merah Interchange

The Bukit Merah Interchange is an interchange located 194 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. It is the last interchange in northern Perak before the expressway enters Kedah. The exit connects to Perak State Route A111, which takes you to among others, Bukit Merah Laketown Resort, Bukit Merah town, Selama and Semanggol.
Alor Pongsu LaybyAlor Pongsu Layby (14 November 2009)


Alor Pongsu Laybys

The Alor Pongsu Laybys is a simple rest stop located on both sides of the expressway for motorists to take a nap or rest before continuing their journey.
Kedah-Perak borderKedah-Perak border (14 November 2009)

Perak - Kedah border

Exit 153: Bandar Baharu InterchangeExit 153: Bandar Baharu Interchange (14 November 2009)

Exit 153: Bandar baharu Interchange

The Bandar Baharu Interchange is an interchange located 175 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This is a section of the North-South Expressway that is located within the southernmost part of Kedah, between Perak and Penang. You exit the expressway here to go to Bandar Baharu, Parit Buntar and Serdang in Kedah.
Kedah-Penang BorderKedah-Penang Border (14 November 2009)

Kedah - Penang border

Exit 156: Jawi InterchangeExit 156: Jawi Interchange (14 May 2009)

Exit 156: Jawi Interchange

The Jawi Interchange is an interchange located 163 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This is the exit to take to go to Nibong Tebal, Jawi and Sungai Bakap.

Exit 157: Second Penang Bridge Interchange

The Second Penang Bridge Interchange is a new trumpet interchange that connects with the Second Penang Bridge. It became operational in 2014.
Exit 158: Bukit Tambun InterchangeExit 158: Bukit Tambun Interchange (14 May 2009)


Exit 158: Bukit Tambun InterchangeExit 158: Bukit Tambun Interchange (14 May 2009)

Exit 158: Bukit Tambun Interchange

The Bukit Tambun Interchange is an interchange located 152 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This is the interchange to go to Bukit Tambun, Simpang Ampat, and until the completion of Exit 157, Batu Kawan.

Juru Toll Plaza

The Juru Toll Plaza is where northbound motorists pay their toll before travelling the rest of the expressway in Penang. Southbound motorists collect their toll tickets before heading south.
Exit 160: Juru InterchangeExit 160: Juru Interchange (14 May 2009)

Exit 160: Juru Interchange

The Juru Interchange is an interchange located 144 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. This is the exit to take to go to Juru and Bukit Mertajam.

Sungai Juru Laybys

The Sungai Juru Laybys is a simple rest stop located on both sides of the expressway for motorists to take a nap or rest before continuing their journey.
Exit 162, Penang Bridge InterchangeExit 161, Penang Bridge Interchange (14 May 2009)

Exit 161: Penang Bridge Interchange

The Penang Bridge Interchange is an interchange located 139 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam.
Exit 162, Perai InterchangeExit 162, Perai Interchange (20 Oct 2009)

Exit 162: Perai Interchange

The Perai Interchange is an interchange located 138 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam.


Exit 163, Seberang Jaya InterchangeExit 163, Seberang Jaya Interchange (20 Oct 2009)

Exit 163: Seberang Jaya Interchange

The Seberang Jaya Interchange is an interchange located 135 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. Exiting the expressway here, you turn left at the roundabout to go to Butterworth, and turn right to go to Kulim, Kedah, on the Butterworth-Kulim Expressway (E15).
Exit 164, Permatang Pauh InterchangeExit 164, Permatang Pauh Interchange (20 Oct 2009)

Exit 164: Permatang Pauh Interchange

The Permatang Pauh Interchange is an interchange located 134 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam.
Exit 165, Sungai Dua InterchangeExit 165, Sungai Dua Interchange (20 October 2009)

Exit 165: Sungai Dua Interchange

The Sungai Dua Interchange is an interchange located 130 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam.
Sungai Dua Toll PlazaSungai Dua Toll Plaza (20 October 2009)

Sungai Dua Toll Plaza

The Sungai Dua Toll Plaza is where northbound motorists collect their toll tickets before continuing north, while southbound motorists pay their toll before travelling the rest of their journey in Penang.
Exit 166, Bertam InterchangeExit 166, Bertam Interchange (20 October 2009)

Exit 166: Bertam Interchange

The Bertam Interchange is an interchange located 120 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam.

Penang - Kedah border

Sungai Muda LaybySungai Muda Layby (20 October 2009)

Sungai Muda Layby

The Sungai Muda Layby is located on the northbound side of the expressway.

Tikam Batu Layby

The Tikam Batu Layby is located on the southbound side of the expressway.
Exit 168, Sungai Petani South InterchangeExit 168, Sungai Petani South Interchange (20 October 2009)

Exit 168: Sungai Petani (South) Interchange

The Sungai Petani South Interchange is an interchange located 107 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. Exiting the expressway, turn right at the first intersection (in front of Giant Sungai Petani) to go to Sungai Petani town centre.

Exit 170, Sungai Petani North InterchangeExit 170, Sungai Petani North Interchange (20 October 2009)

Exit 170: Sungai Petani (North) Interchange

The Sungai Petani North Interchange is an interchange located 99 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. Exiting the expressway here, bear south for Sungai Petani, bear north for Bedong.
Exit 173, Gurun InterchangeExit 173, Gurun Interchange (20 October 2009)

Exit 173: Gurun Interchange

The Gurun Interchange is an interchange located 83 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam. Bear west to go to Gurun, bear east to go to Sik and Beris Lake.
Gurun Rest AreaGurun Rest Area (20 October 2009)


Gunung Jerai, as seen from Gurun Rest AreaGunung Jerai, as seen from Gurun Rest Area (20 October 2009)

Gurun Rest & Service Area

The Gurun Rest & Service Area is located on both sides of the expressway. You can see Gunung Jerai from the rest stop. There is a Caltex petrol station for refueling.


Bukit Kobah Layby

The Bukit Kobah Layby is on the southbound side of the expressway. You can get a scenic view of the paddy fields here.
Exit 175, Pendang InterchangeExit 175, Pendang Interchange (20 October 2009)

Exit 175: Pendang Interchange

The Pendang Interchange is an interchange located 63 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam.
Exit 177, Alor Star South InterchangeExit 177, Alor Star South Interchange (20 October 2009)


Exit 177, Alor Star South InterchangeExit 177, Alor Star South Interchange (20 October 2009)

Exit 177: Alor Star South Interchange

The Alor Star South Interchange is an interchange located 50 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam.
Exit 178, Alor Star North InterchangeExit 178, Alor Star North Interchange (20 October 2009)

Exit 178: Alor Star North Interchange

The Alor Star North Interchange is an interchange located 44 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam.
Hutan Kampung Toll PlazaHutan Kampung Toll Plaza (20 October 2009)

Hutan Kampung Toll Plaza

The Hutan Kampung Toll Plaza is where northbound motorists pay their toll before continuing north, while southbound motorists collect their toll ticket before continuing their journey through Kedah.

Kepala Batas Layby (Southbound)

This Kepala Batas Layby is located only on the southbound side of the expressway.
Exit 180, Kepala Batas InterchangeExit 180, Kepala Batas Interchange (20 October 2009)

Exit 180: Kepala Batas Interchange

The Kepala Batas Interchange is an interchange located 36 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam.
Exit 181, Jitra South InterchangeExit 181, Jitra South Interchange (20 October 2009)

Exit 181: Jitra Interchange

The Jitra South Interchange is an interchange located 32 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam.

Kepala Batas Layby (Northbound)

This Kepala Batas Layby is located only on the northbound side of the expressway.
Jitra Toll PlazaJitra Toll Plaza (20 October 2009)

Jitra Toll Plaza

The Jitra Toll Plaza is where motorist pay to continue the rest of the journey north and south of Jitra.
Exit 182, Jitra North InterchangeExit 182, Jitra North Interchange (20 October 2009)

Exit 182: Jitra North Interchange

The Jitra North Interchange is an interchange located 27 km from Bukit Kayu Hitam.
Expressway EndsExpressway Ends (20 October 2009)

End of Expressway

For northbound motorists, the North-South Expressway (E1) ends north of the Jitra North Interchange, thereafter it reverts to a federal road with at-grade junctions. Speed limit is reduced from 110 km per hour to 90 km per hour. Beyond this point, the intersections do not have an exit number.

Bukit Kayu Hitam Toll Plaza

The Bukit Kayu Hitam Toll Plaza observes an open toll system where motorists pay a fixed amount based on the class of vehicle they are driving. A passenger car usually would be charged RM3.30.

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