Ipoh Hat Yai Train
Schedule and Ticket Prices

Travel from Ipoh to Thailand on the daliy overnight Ipoh Hat Yai Train operated by KTM Malaysian Railways.

If you book a nice sleeping berth, this is an excellent way to travel from Ipoh to Hat Yai as you can get a few hours sleep and arrive in Thailand's largest Southern city, ready for a day of sightseeing or shopping.



Travelling in the opposite direction is also an overnight journey, leaving in the late afternoon and arriving in Ipoh in the early hours of the morning.

Train Times from Ipoh to Hat Yai (Senandung Langkawi)

This service has been cancelled from 19th May 2016.

From this date you will now have to take :

a fast ETS train from Ipoh to Padang Besar, then a Shuttle train or local bus to Hat Yai.

Train 20

Departure Ipoh

Arrival Hat Yai

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Please Note :

You can now also use the new ETS services from Ipoh to the border train station of Padang Besar.

You can then continue to Hat Yai by bus or minibus.


Train Times from Hat Yai to Ipoh

This service has been cancelled from 19th May 2016.

From this date you will now have to take:

a Shuttle train or local bus to Padang Besar, then a fast ETS train from Padang Besar to Ipoh.

Train 21

Departure Hat Yai

Arrival Ipoh

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Ticket Price / Fares for the Ipoh Hat Yai Train

1st Class Sleeper

Upper Berth RM78

Lower Berth RM87

2nd Class Sleeper

Upper Berth RM40

Lower Berth RM46

1st Class Seat RM34

2nd Class Seat RM19

To buy tickets for this train you can purchase them at any main station in Malaysia or from Hat Yai Junction station.

If you would like to pre-book your tickets you can also :


This train stops in Padang Besar for border and passport control.

If you are travelling from Malaysia to Thailand, you can leave your luggage on the train, as there is currently no customs checks on baggage.

If you are travelling from Thailand into Malaysia, customs are much more stricter and you will have to take all your luggage off the train for inspection by customs.

Padang Besar railway station has a money changer and upstairs there is a cafe where you can get some breakfast, or just a coffee, if you have time when travelling into Thailand, but will be closed in the evening if you are going into Malaysia.


If you are planning to make an onward connection from Hat Yai to other destinations in Thailand, please visit our Hat Yai to Bangkok trains page where you will find information on departures north to the capital.

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