To travel from Batu Gajah to Hat Yai, Thailand, you will first have to take the KTM ETS Batu Gajah to Padang Besar train to the border, then either connect to an SRT Shuttle service to Hat Yai Junction Railway Station, or cross over the nearby main border and take a regular minivan or less frequent local bus.
(Jadual ETS Batu Gajah ke Padang Besar)
KTM Batu Gajah to Padang Besar ETS train timetable:
Please note: Due to Covid 19, KTM is currently operating a reduced temporary schedule - to see the latest temporary ETS timetable click here >
|Train Number||Departs Batu Gajah||Arrives Pdg. Besar||Operating Days|
* Operated by the newer ETS2 train with a new Business Class carriage.
To view the full timetable and seating plan for these services, just click on a train number in the timetable above:
If you are planning to travel from Batu Gajah to Hatyai by train, you will have to take one of the ETS services that connect to the Shuttle trains.
If you want to travel from Batu Gajah to Bangkok by train, and many places in between such as Hua Hin, Surat Thani (for Koh Samui / Phangan), Chumphon (for Ko Tao), you can connect to the night train from Padang Besar to Bangkok.
If you arrive at Padang Besar station at a time where you would have a long wait for the Shuttle service, you can take alternative transport to Hat Yai.
First take the passenger footbridge over the tracks from the second floor of the train station.
The other side of this bridge is where you will find the main road border crossing to Padang Besar in Thailand.
You can either take a taxi (available form the base of the footbridge).
Walk or take a motorbike taxi over the border, then take a regular minivan to Hat Yai from the town centre, or a much less frequent bus.
Fares (tambang) for ETS tickets from Batu Gajah to Padang Besar cost:
Adult: 51 MYR - Child 30 MYR
Adult: 68 MYR - Child 38 MYR
To see all other ETS fares to and from Padang Besar:
Like all Malaysian ETS trains, you will need a seat reservation to board the train.
You would also be wise to book your seats as far in advance as you can (especially if you are travelling over the weekend or a holiday period).
To book advance tickets you can either:
Visit any KTMB ETS station ticket counter.
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