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RAILWAYS MALAYSIA


Train Travel Malaysia

Taking the train is the safe, comfortable, cheap and traditional way to travel independently between Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Penang & Bangkok. It's environmentally-friendly, too, compared to unnecessary short haul flights.

Journey Malaysia

Transportation - trains, light rail transits, monorails.

Travel Malaysia Guide

Travelling by train is an excellent way to see the Malaysia countryside and many towns in West Malaysia. However if you are pressed for time, you may find the journey by rail from town to town rather slow. There are few services per day for inter city travel.





Eastern & Oriental Express

The Eastern & Oriental Express is a luxury train service that runs from Singapore to Bangkok via Kuala Lumpur. The 41-hour round trip journey starts from the Singapore train terminal, through to Kuala Lumpur before going up north to Bangkok and back again.

iTravelnet

Malaysia rail. Malaysian railways and train travel information.

Train Times

The International Express will take you from Butterworth (Penang) to Hat Yai and Bangkok without a change of trains. There are also connecting services to or from Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. The train, which offers only first- and second-class tickets operates every day.The train, which offers only first- and second-class air con tickets operates every day & it pays to book as they only have 3 carriages.

Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad

The KTM trains offer a comfortable and efficient ride into Singapore from Malaysia. For bookings, please email the request form available at their website. Alternately, you may wish to book online via their e-ticket services.

Malaysia Hill Resorts

Strawberry Park Resort Cameron Highlands Pahang Malaysia.


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RAILWAYS MALAYSIA