On this page you will find Johor Bahru Train information for destinations throughout Malaysia.
JB Sentral Railway Station has now become the most southerly station for all KTMB Intercity Trains.
From 1st July 2015, all KTMB Intercity Trains will be terminating / originating from Johor's JB Sentral Station.
Intercity Trains will no longer be travelling over the Causeway to Singapore Woodlands.
Trains from JB to Singapore and Singapore to JB, will now be operated by Shuttle Trains.
These trains from JB to Woodlands are called Shuttle Tebrau.
From the 19th May 2016 all long distance Intercity Trains on the North - South have been cancelled.
For the latest ETS Timetable please see the following pages :
To get to Melaka by train from JB, you have to travel to the nearest station, Tampin, then catch a bus or taxi the rest of the way (40km).
Information on Trains from JB Sentral railway station to the nations capital Kuala Lumpur and its main transport hub of KL Sentral Station, where you can easily reach most parts of the city by bus, Komuter or LRT trains.
The rail service to Ipoh from JB is now via Gemas and the new ETS high-speed trains from there.
Butterworth (for George Town & Penang Island)
Catching a trains to the port of Butterworth is the most relaxing way to travel from Johor Bahru to Penang island.
From Butterworth railway station you have just a short 15 minute ride on the regular ferry which is close-by, over to the island of Penang and the old UNESCO World Heritage City of George Town Penang.
Alternative ways to travel to Langkawi from JB by train would be to go to :
Butterworth and catch a train or bus to Alor Setar for the ferry connection from Kuala Kedah nearby, or catch a ferry from Penang Island, but this is quite expensive and a long boat trip.
Other Destinations :
Taman Negara National Park
The gateway town of Jerantut can be reached by train from JB with the same train services that travel to Kota Bharu.
You can travel all the way from southern Peninsular Malaysia up to the north-east and Kota Bharu using the scenic Jungle Railway Line, taking you on an unforgettable journey through Malaysia's ancient rain forest and mountains.
This route has plenty of other places for you to stop along its line that may be of interest to you.
For full timetables on the Jungle line, see the the timetables section below.
You can book your train tickets in person from the station tickets counters in advance (booking periods vary from just a few weeks to a few months in advance).
You can also more easily book JB train tickets online.
You can telephone the KTM Johor Bahru contact number on :
07 - 2234727
Or ring the KTM call centre number on 1 300 885862
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