Malaysia by train

How to travel in Malaysia by train: information, connections, blog and travel reports. Help in our forum to buy train tickets.

Malaysia: To travel in Malaysia by train, please buy your train tickets via the following booking links or at a railway station. Beside the main lines served by trains there are frequent bus connections to every part in Malaysia. Find schedules and ticket prices via the given links.

Buy the train ticket at a railway station. Note: in some countries you have to pay a service fee at the ticket counter. The ticket can be purchased at a station in the country of departure, also sometimes in other countries.

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MY Malaysia - SG Singapore

To travel from Malaysia (arriving by train) to Singapore, you have to use first a bus to cross the border and then the Singapore Metro.
You arrive at JB Sentral (the station of Johor Bahru, Malaysia). There you change to the bus number 950 in direction of Woodlands MRT station. This bus cross the border (border control) and its journey time is about 45 minutes.
Change at Woodlands MRT station to MRT Singapore Metro and continue to a station in the city center of Singapore. Journey time as well about 45 minutes.
Metro and bus run in frequent, short intervals. Total costs are less than EUR 10.

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MY Malaysia - TH Thailand

To travel from Malaysia to Thailand by train, buy your train tickets via the given booking links or at a station.

The common travel route from Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) to Bangkok (Thailand) is as follows:
By train from Kuala Lumpur to Butterworth in the morning. In Butterworth you change the train for Padang Besar. Padang Besar is the border station between Malaysia and Thailand.
In the evening a direct night train starts from Padang Besar (Malaysia) in direction of Bangkok (Thailand).
For every single trip of this journey, you have to buy a separate ticket via the booking links.

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