The new ETS Train service from KL Sentral to Padang Besar started operating from the 10th July 2015.
These new high-speed trains travel at speeds of up to 160 km an hour.
This new ETS train service between Kuala Lumpur and Padang Besar will take just five to five and a half hours to take you from the capital of Malaysia, to the border with Thailand.
This cuts the older Intercity Trains travel time in half!
The amount of ETS trains on these routes is gradually being expanded as the new trains get delivered to Malaysia.
New Timetable from 19th May 2016 :
|KL Sentral Kuala Lumpur||06.56||09.30||11.00||18.13|
Trains operate Daily.
9220 / 9208 / 9204 are ETS Gold Services.
9214 is an ETS Platinum Service.
Trains 9220 / 9204 originate in Gemas
Trains 9208 / 9214 originate in KL Sentral
If you are continuing on to Hat Yai, there are a few new Shuttle Trains that operate from Padang Besar to Hat Yai Railway Station.
Other new ETS Trains running to Padang Besar are :
ETS Gold Fares for the whole trip to Padang Besar are :
80 MYR for Adults - 44 MYR for Children.
ETS Platinum Services cost :
107 MYR for Adults - 58 MYR for Children.
You can buy your ETS train tickets at any Malaysia main railway station or you can book online. Advance booking can be made up to 60 days prior of your departure date.
If you are using this ETS Train to get to Thailand, please visit our Padang Besar Railway Station page for information about the station and onward travel to Hat Yai.
Alternative Trains :
A cheaper and much slower option is to travel on the sleeper service, the Peninsular Express Train, that travels overnight from KL Sentral to Hat Yai in Southern Thailand, stopping at the Padang Besar border crossing for passport control.
This Intercity Train is cancelled from 19th May 2016.
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