The Pudu Sentral (formerly Puduraya) is the main bus station terminal in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was opened in 1976 by the late former Prime Minister Tun Hussein Onn.
Long-distance buses arrive and leave from Pudu Sentral. Pudu Sentral is especially busy during public holiday and festive periods.
As of 2006, Pudu Sentral had undergone a renovation costing about RM3 million. Facilities such as a hotel, bank, and food stalls are located in the Pudu Sentral building.
On 27 August 2011, the Puduraya bus terminal was renamed as Pudu Sentral in keeping with its modern and new look on par with an airport.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said the new name was a suggestion from a follower on his Twitter account. The current operator of this bus terminal is UDA Holdings Berhad. It now servers north-bound buses.