Bangkok to Singapore by Rail Part 2 – Hat Yai/Butterworth to Kuala Lumpur

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The classic journey from Bangkok to Singapore goes through three popular Southeast Asian countries, passing through historical places of worship, rice plantations and villages, along with the modern bustling metropolises embracing the past.

Continuing from our previous post, the journey continues with the Senandung Langkawi from Hat Yai by KTM. Of course, a stopover at Butterworth instead is also possible, we will touch on that later in the post.

The Special Express 953 or 21dn Senandung Langkawi departs at 1600 Thai Time, which makes it a safe same-day transfer from trains 35 or 37 as mentioned before. You could also stopover for a night to walk around the town with cheap eats and shopping along local markets.

For the Hat Yai bound and origin trains, only 2 coaches are attached, 1 sleeper and 1 seat. Book these early online or at your nearest KTM station. Tickets open 30 days…

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