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Your only Singapore – Malaysia RTS.

Welcome to RailTravel Station where the journey is the destination! Helping you get around Singapore, Malaysia and beyond by train since 2014.

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More than just trains which run back and forth from point A to point B, RailTravel Station takes you on a journey of railways and other means of travel with a special focus on Singapore and Malaysia.

This site is a one-man show, not affiliated with any other companies, simply a travel blog. My intended purpose of creating RailTravel Station was to document my overland trips by rail. However, seeing the need to create an alternative for service information in Malaysia due to a lack of it, RailTravel Station has become one of the most popular local websites to contain such information.

Today, RailTravel Station has dedicated service information pages for individual train services or lines. Blog posts on my travels also blend such relevant information with my actual experiences.

Have a look around, get on board, and experience “RailTravel” in Singapore, Malaysia and beyond!

Popular travel experiences…

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For bus experiences…

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Some frequently asked questions

Who are you?

I’m a railway fan based in Singapore, who enjoys rail journeys anywhere in the world (unless a certain system breaks down frequently). I am not a staff, so the information I have is available publicly before I post them. I know as much as you, basically. I do, however, prefer the railway than other modes of transport because I get to do what I love and yet get to my destination at a fair price.

Can I book my tickets through you?

In a way, yes. RailTravel Station is simply my personal travel blog, but to maintain the site (it costs money to purchase this domain), you can use the attached agent links on my site to help defray the cost of maintaining this website. Most, if not all, will charge less than KTM’s official channel anyway, so it’s a win-win situation for both of us.

Some possible booking methods for KTM Intercity and ETS trains are:

Tickets are open for sale in set periods about 60 days before departure except for the Shuttle Tebrau which opens 30 days before departure.

Some possible booking methods for Malaysian domestic and international (to and from Singapore and Thailand) buses are:

Hotel Booking
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Attractions Booking
Tempahan Tarikan

  • Klook (Get FREE S$5/RM15 voucher for your first purchase when you sign up here! *subject to exchange rate)

How do I book tickets online?
Bagaimanakah saya menempah tiket dalam talian?

Links to the KTM E-Ticket System are strikethroughed due to KTM’s own admission of the instability of their system here after former Prime Minister Najib Razak personally posted on Facebook that there is such an issue here. Proceed using the KTM E-Ticket System at your own risk.

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Can I use your photos for my own site, Facebook Page, etc.?

RailTravel Station claims all rights to pictures and information produced by RailTravel Station. Copying the pictures to public Facebook pages, websites, Wikipedia or any other mass-media platform without credit is strictly forbidden.

tl;dr: NO.

For media enquiries, please email to railtravelstation@gmail.com.

For more frequently asked questions, click here.

Any discrepancies regarding the use of this site shall be interpreted under the laws of the Republic of Singapore. Legal actions, if any, relative to the use of RailTravel Station shall be held in the courts of the Republic of Singapore.

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