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From To Earliest
Kuala Lumpur Ipoh 0750 2250
Kuala Lumpur Lumut 0830 2030
Kuala Lumpur Sungai Petani 1000 2300
Kuala Lumpur Kulim 0945 2300
Kuala Lumpur Padang Besar 1000 2000
Kuala Lumpur Kuantan 0830 2130
Kuala Lumpur Dungun 1000 2030
Ipoh KL Sentral 0745 2145
Penang Padang Besar 0600 0000
Seremban Johor Bahru 0830 2130
Seremban Singapore 1000 1830
Seremban Kuala Lumpur 0630 1930
Kuala Lumpur Pengkalan Hulu 0900 2300
Kuala Lumpur Seremban 0730  


IPOH 4.30AM 5.00AM 9.00AM 2.00PM 6.00PM
LUMUT 9.00AM 3.00PM      
MANJUNG 9.10AM 3.10PM      
AIR TAWAR 9.30AM 3.30PM      
BOTA / SRI ISKANDAR 9.45AM 3.45PM      
BATU GAJAH 10.20AM 4.20PM      
SUNGAI PETANI 2.00PM        
BUTTERWORTH 2.45PM        


IPOH 10.45AM 2.45PM 8.15PM 11.15PM  
LUMUT 10.30AM 4.30PM      
MANJUNG 10.30AM 4.30PM      
AIR TAWAR 10.30AM 4.30PM      
BOTA / SRI ISKANDAR 10.30AM 4.30PM      
BATU GAJAH 10.30AM 4.30PM      
SUNGAI PETANI 10.45PM        
BUTTERWORTH 10.45PM        

Ipoh, the state capital of Perak, is located in the rich tin bearing valley of the Kinta River, approximately 200km (125 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur via the North-South Expressway. The name Ipoh was originated from a local tree, whose poisonous resin was once used by indigenous people for hunting.

The city of Ipoh grew up as a mining town and during the British Colonial Era, it was the second city of Malaysia. Its railway station, situated in the “old town” of Ipoh is an excellent example of the architecture of this period. Today, Ipoh has developed significantly.

Ipoh is also famous for its local cuisine. The early Chinese immigrants who poured into the state brought with them the cooking style of their provinces and these cooking styles blended well with the local and a new breed of food came about. Many people have traveled to this city just to taste its variety of great food. The most popular food is Ipoh “Hor Fun” or flat rice noodle.

Places of Interest: Muzium Darul Ridzuan, St. Michael's Institution, St. Michael's Church, Kellie's Castle, Sam Poh Tong (Cavern of Triple Gems), Perak Tong (Perak Cave), Taman Rekreasi Air Panas Sungkai and many more.

Penang is rich in history and sights. Located on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia by the Straits of Malacca, Penang offers a large variety of places to visit, from cultural temples to ancient building. Often referred to as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’, Penang is also famous for its hawker food, outstanding beaches and exotic sights.

Places of Interest: Batu Ferringhi , Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, Fort Cornwallis, Kapitan Keling Mosque, Khoo Kongsi, Penang National Park, Kuan Yin Temple (Goddess of Mercy Temple), Penang Museum & Art Gallery, Sri Mariamman Temple, Penang War Museum, Tanjung City Marina and Tropical Spice Garden.

Kuantan is a small but lively city off the East Coast of Malaysia, which also is the capital state of Pahang. Home to some of the nation’s most popular beaches, in particular, Cherating, Kuantan attracts multitudes of tourists and locals who want to enjoy the cultural enrichment, warm weather and gentle sea breeze.

Places of Interest: Club Med Cherating Beach, Teluk Chempedak, Balok, Batu Hitam, Turtle Sanctuary, Pulau Ular (Snake Island), Panching Caves, Sungai Lembing Town, Pahang Buddhist Association Temple, State Mosque and Kuantan River Esplanade.

Kulim is a major town and district situated at the South East of Kedah state. The town has grown from a small residential area back in the 50s into one of Malaysia’s top industrial park area. It is connected to nearby Butterworth in Penang via a short expressway.

Around the year 1990 till 1995, Kulim was infamous for having lots of paddy fields. In Malaysia, Kedah and Perlis are the leading states that produce rice to sustain country’s demand and also for export. However, much has changed over the years and now only a few of those fields are left.

Like Ipoh, Kulim also got its name from a tree. This particular tree is valued for its wood usage and during 1997, the value of Kulim tree per m³ was about RM 270.

Alor Setar
Alor Star is the state capital of Kedah and Kota Setar District’s Administrative Center. Granted city status on 21st December 2003, Alor Star is the major distribution center for manufacturing and agricultural products such as paddy.

The city, which has an urban population of approximately 400,000, is one of the region’s oldest cities and the last major stop before the Thai border. It has useful transport links to the east coast as well as to Thailand.

Alor Star is the only state capital in west coast of Peninsular Malaysia that is rich in Malay heritage. It is also the birth place of a few famous Malaysian personalities, including two former Prime Ministers of Malaysia, YTM Tunku Abdul Rahman and Tun Dr. Mahathir Bin Mohamad. Despite the development and being the state capital, tourists are able to enjoy the scenic view of paddy plantation around the outskirt of the city.

Places of Interest: Muzium Di Raja, Balai Seni Negeri, Rumah Kelahiran Mahathir, Pekan Rabu and Nikhrodharam Buddhist Temple.
Padang Besar
Padang Besar is a border town located at northern part of Perlis state and on the border with Songkhla province of Thailand, about 35km northeast of Kangar and 70km southwest of Hatyai. The town opposite Padang Besar in Thailand is also known as Padang Besar, although locals usually refer to the town as “Pekan Siam” or Siamese town.

The town is a popular destination for Malaysians due to its duty-free open markets in the neutral territory between the two countries. Recognized as the bargain-hunters’ paradise, the town is filled with textiles, clothing, handicraft, foodstuff, fruits and souvenirs.

Padang Besar also acts as the checkpoint for road and railway as it is located near to Thailand. Many Malaysians travel up to Thailand through this point and likewise for their Thai counterparts for shopping, business and recreational trips.
Johor Bahru
Johor Bahru is the state capital city of Johor, located at the southern tip of Malaysia. Abbreviated as JB, it is the fourth most populated city in Malaysia with a population of approximately 867,000 in the city. It is also a significant industrial, tourism and commercial hub for southern Malaysia.

Connected to Singapore by road and rail via a modern causeway, JB is within walking distance from Singapore and receives more than 60% of the country’s annual 16 million foreign tourists.

Consisting of a diverse ethnic mix of races, JB offers the visitors heritage attractions, colorful culture, delectable local cuisine and exciting recreational activities.

Places of Interest: Sultan Abu Bakar Royal Palace Museum, Abu Bakar State Mosque, Sultan Ibrahim Building, Johor Zoo, Orchid Valley, Danga Bay, Stulang Laut and many more.

Lumut is well known for its beautiful seashell and coral handicraft. Situated about 84km south of Ipoh - the capital of Perak, the town is the gateway to Pangkor Island. It takes approximately 30-35 minutes to get to the island from the Jetty.

Lumut is Malay mean moss, lichen or seaweed. In its early days, the beach is said to be rich in moss, hence the local people called it Lumut. The once little-known fishing town has since become the home base of the Royal Malaysian Navy.

The best time to visit Lumut is between the months of October and November, when the Annual Sea Festival or “Pesta Laut” is held. There are sea sports competitions, cultural shows and food fairs for everybody to enjoy regardless of age limit.

Other place of attraction to visit is Teluk Batik Beach, which is located about 6km away.

Sungai Petani
Sungai Petani (better known as SP) is the second largest town in Kedah. From a small urban centre in the 1970’s Sungai Petani grew rapidly in the 1980’s and 90’s from expansion of the manufacturing sector. Today Sungai Petani is the second fastest growing town in Malaysia, after Johor Bahru.

Historians prefer the version that suggests this settlement grew along the trade route from Pattani (Kingdom of Langkasuka) in southern Thailand. The ancient trade route followed the Patani River, across the hilly region of Kedah and eventually follow Sungai Kuala Ketil towards the Merbok estuary (near Bujang Valley).

It is believed that the town derives its name from the Patani traders who travelled by these rivers to the Merbok estuary. Many Patani inhabitants came down through this river and eventually settled near the estuary. Sungai Petani had been called Sungai Patani. for years before it was changed in the 1980’s when language experts insisted on the use of correct Malay spelling, perhaps changing the historical significance as well.
Unique is the best word to describe Singapore, a dynamic city rich in contrast and color. Combining the skyscrapers and subways of a modern, affluent city with medley of Chinese, Indian and Malays influences and a tropical climate, with tasty food, good shopping and vibrant nightlife scene, Singapore is a great stopover into the region.

Must-Visit Places
• Riverside
• Orchard Road
• Bugis and Kampong Glam
• Chinatown
• Little India
• Bayfront Bridge
• Marina Bay
• Clarke Quay
• Singapore Botanic Gardens
Kuala Dungun was once a busy little coastal town made popular by iron mining activity in the early 1940's. Like many mining towns in the country, the lustre and lure of the place waned after the mine shut down . Today the town is a little more than a village with wooden shops lining its main road . The buzz in town is at the fish market where fishing boats unload their daily catch. There are a few Chinese motels with very basic amenities and a police station at the end of the street. The Aqua Tenggol Resort has an office there if you are planning to hop over to Pulau Tenggol for a couple of days of diving and snorkelling.
Pengkalan Hulu
Pengkalan Hulu, formerly known as Kroh or Keroh, is a town within Hulu Perak district, in northern Perak, Malaysia bordering Thailand and also the state of Kedah. The nearest town on the Thai side is Betong in Yala province.

Although described as a border town, Pengkalan Hulu is 7 km from the actual border which is located at Bukit Berapit, where the Malaysian customs, immigration and quarantine station is located.
Seremban is the capital city of Negeri Sembilan state in Malaysia. It's famous for Seremban's Siew Pau. To get there, take a bus from KL or ktm train to Seremban station.

The bus journey takes about an hour and it arrives at the main bus station named Terminal 1 which also a shopping mall. Please take note if you are traveling to other places out of Seremban, then the buses will be departing and arriving at Terminal 2 which is located pretty close to Terminal 1.

Tourist can also chose to take train(KTM) from Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station. The Journey takes 1.15 hou… read morers to reach Seremban Train Station.
Kuala Lumpur
More than any other spot in the country, Kuala Lumpur, or "KL" as it is commonly known, is the focal point of new Malaysia. While the city's past is still present in the evocative British colonial buildings of the Dataran Merdeka and the midnight lamps of the Petaling Street nightmarket, that past is everywhere met with insistent reminders of KL's present and future. The city's bustling streets, its shining, modern office towers, and its cosmopolitan air project an unbounded spirit of progress and symbolize Malaysia's unhesitating leap into the future. To some, this spirit seems to have been gained at the loss of ancient cultural traditions, but in many ways KL marks the continuation rather than the loss of Malaysia's rich past.

With a height of 1,453 feet, one of the world's tallest buildings rise above the skyline of Kuala Lumpur. They are called the Petronas Towers, and, inevitably, they have become the symbols for the astounding growth that has taken place in Malaysia over the last two decades.

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