Hat Yai – Padang Besar Shuttle Train: The Journey

This post is about the travel experience onboard the Hat Yai - Padang Besar Shuttle Train. This is NOT the actual information page you are looking for. Click here to visit the new dedicated Hat Yai - Padang Besar Shuttle Train information page. The shuttle train between Padang Besar (Malaysia) and Hat Yai (Thailand) commenced on 22 December … Continue reading Hat Yai – Padang Besar Shuttle Train: The Journey

Peninsular Express: Johor Bahru to Kuala Lumpur and Hat Yai by Train

The Peninsular Express is no longer in operation. There are no more direct train services between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur or northern destinations. You must change trains at JB Sentral and Gemas. Woodlands CIQ - JB Sentral: Shuttle Tebrau JB Sentral - Gemas: Shuttle (JB Sentral - Gemas) Gemas - KL Sentral/Ipoh/Butterworth/Padang Besar: ETS Gold/ETS … Continue reading Peninsular Express: Johor Bahru to Kuala Lumpur and Hat Yai by Train

Peninsular Express: Hat Yai to Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru by Train

The Peninsular Express is no longer in operation. There are no more direct train services between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur or northern destinations. You must change trains at JB Sentral and Gemas. Woodlands CIQ - JB Sentral: Shuttle Tebrau JB Sentral - Gemas: Shuttle (JB Sentral - Gemas) Gemas - KL Sentral/Ipoh/Butterworth/Padang Besar: ETS Gold/ETS … Continue reading Peninsular Express: Hat Yai to Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru by Train

International Express: Bangkok to Hat Yai and Butterworth by Train

The International Express no longer serves the Malaysian sector between Padang Besar and Butterworth. Please visit the dedicated International Express page for more information. The International Express is a daily service to Hat Yai and Butterworth from Bangkok and vice versa. Departing from Bangkok, the train uses 6 to 8 second class sleeper coaches, 1 buffet … Continue reading International Express: Bangkok to Hat Yai and Butterworth by Train

Shuttle Tebrau: Woodlands CIQ to/from JB Sentral by Train

The Woodlands CIQ - JB Sentral sector is now served by dedicated shuttle trains, known as the Shuttle Tebrau. All other KTM Intercity services will originate and terminate at JB Sentral, and will not proceed on to Woodlands CIQ. The journey time across the causeway on the Shuttle Tebrau takes just 5 minutes. Tickets for continuing trains … Continue reading Shuttle Tebrau: Woodlands CIQ to/from JB Sentral by Train

International Express: Butterworth and Hat Yai to Bangkok

The International Express no longer serves the Malaysian sector between Padang Besar and Butterworth. Please visit the dedicated International Express page for more information. The International Express is a daily service to Bangkok from Butterworth via Hat Yai and vice versa. Departing from Butterworth, the train uses 2 second class sleeper coaches, with up to … Continue reading International Express: Butterworth and Hat Yai to Bangkok

Ekspres Rakyat: Johor Bahru to Kuala Lumpur and Butterworth by Train

The Ekspres Rakyat is no longer in operation. There are no more direct train services between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur or northern destinations. You must change trains at JB Sentral and Gemas. Woodlands CIQ - JB Sentral: Shuttle Tebrau JB Sentral - Gemas: Shuttle (JB Sentral - Gemas) Gemas - KL Sentral/Ipoh/Butterworth/Padang Besar: ETS Gold/ETS … Continue reading Ekspres Rakyat: Johor Bahru to Kuala Lumpur and Butterworth by Train

Bangkok to Singapore by Rail Part 3 – Kuala Lumpur to Singapore (Woodlands CIQ)

The Senandung Sutera is no longer in operation. There are no more direct train services between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur or northern destinations. You must change trains at JB Sentral and Gemas. Woodlands CIQ - JB Sentral: Shuttle Tebrau JB Sentral - Gemas: Shuttle (JB Sentral - Gemas) Gemas - KL Sentral/Ipoh/Butterworth/Padang Besar: ETS Gold/ETS … Continue reading Bangkok to Singapore by Rail Part 3 – Kuala Lumpur to Singapore (Woodlands CIQ)

Bangkok to Singapore by Rail Part 2 – Hat Yai/Butterworth to Kuala Lumpur

The Senandung Langkawi is no longer in operation. There are no more locomotive-hauled train services on the northern sector. Gemas - KL Sentral/Ipoh/Butterworth/Padang Besar: ETS Gold/ETS Platinum The Ekspres Peninsular is no longer in operation. The Senandung Langkawi has been renamed as the Peninsular Express since 1 September 2015, extending its service to JB Sentral and no … Continue reading Bangkok to Singapore by Rail Part 2 – Hat Yai/Butterworth to Kuala Lumpur