Rather than taking a bus from Penang Sentral to TBS, another quicker way to get there is to take either a direct ETS Butterworth to TBS train, or you can take one of the more frequent Butterworth to KL Sentral ETS services, then take a short trip on a KTM Komuter or KLIA Transit train to TBS bus terminal (via the connecting Bandar Tasik Selatan railway station).
(Jadual ETS Butterworth ke Bandar Tasik Selatan / TBS)
KTM Butterworth to Bandar Tasek Selatan (TBS) 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 No||Departs Butterworth||Arrives TBS / BTS||Operating Days|
This EP numbered train is an ETS Platinum Service.
To view the full ETS train timetable for all southbound services, please click on the following link:
(Tambang / Harga Tiket ETS Butterworth ke TBS / Bandar Tasik Selatan)
To find the latest ETS train fares for all services from Butterworth to TBS and KL, please see our:
When you travel by ETS train in Malaysia you get a reserved seat and carriage number and no standing passengers are allowed on board the train.
As ETS train services are a popular way to get around the country, they can frequently be full during busy holiday periods, religious festivals and weekends, so you should plan ahead and book your tickets in advance (the further in advance the better).
To book advance ETS train tickets for departures from Butterworth you can:
Go to the ticket counter upstairs at the Butterworth Railway Station.
If you are staying on Penang island, there is no need to go over to the mainland at Butterworth to buy ETS tickets, as there is a small KTM ticket office located along the walkway up to the jetty where the ferry from Georgetown to Butterworth departs.