Question: How long is the train from Penang to Kuala Lumpur?

Is it safe to travel to Penang?

All in all, Penang is generally safe for travelers, since it is locals who are often the targets of crime. Experienced tourists will encounter almost no problems in Penang.

How long is the train from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi?

How to Travel by Train, Bus, Ferry, Car, Flight. To get from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi (a distance of around 510 km) you can take a flight (1.1 hours, costing 150+ MYR), a bus to Kuala Perlis (7 hours, cost 50-60 MYR) then the ferry (1.25 hours) or go by train via Arau or Alor Setar (5 hours 70-98 MYR).

Does Malaysia have bullet train?

The HSR line would have been 350 km long and was expected to reduce travel time between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore to 90 minutes.

Kuala Lumpur–Singapore high-speed rail
Termini • Bandar Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur • Iskandar Puteri, Johor • Jurong East, Singapore
Stations 8
Type Passenger-dedicated high-speed rail

What is the difference between ETS platinum and gold?

ETS Silver, ETS Gold and ETS Platinum

ETS Silver – stop at all stops, hence taking slightly longer time. ETS Gold – have fewer stops compared to ETS Silver. ETS Platinum – have the least stops, complimentary snacks is served on board.

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How much is the ferry from Butterworth to Penang?

A ticket for a single journey by ferry to Penang costs only 1.20 MYR. Children (between 5 and 12 years old) pay 0.60 MYR only.

Can you travel to Malaysia right now?

All individuals entering Malaysia are required to provide the results of a COVID-19 (RT-PCR) test taken within 72 hours of departure and undergo mandatory quarantine at a facility designated by the Malaysian government. The full cost of testing and quarantine must be borne by the traveler.

Can singaporean travel to Malaysia now?

Singaporeans can generally visit Malaysia without a visa.

Is Penang Hill Open?

Operating Hours of Penang Hill

Penang Hill’s ticketing counters are open from Mondays to Thursdays, 6.15am to 8.45pm while the funicular service runs from 6.30am to 10.00pm (last trip from the Upper Station to the Lower Station).