- published: 06 Jun 2015
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Public transport in Kuala Lumpur is extensive, ... It consists of a bus, tram, monorail and rail system. The Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit (KVMRT) It is extremely practical system, very much designed to connect train systems by inter connecting with several methods of trains, buses monorails and trains.
Video provides information on public transport like Trains/LRT/Monorail/KTM Komuter & Public Bus system (MyRapid & GOKL) in Kuala Lumpur (KL), Malaysia. - KL Monorail, Star LRT, Putra LRT, and ERL - KL KTM Komuter & KLIA Express - KL Sentral station - KL Public bus system & GoKL buses - RapidKL . S U B S C R I B E: https://goo.gl/bZzVS5 Official Hipfig Travel-Channel Website: http://www.hipfig.com/ F A C E B O O K: https://www.facebook.com/HipfigTravelChannel T W I T T E R: https://twitter.com/hipfig
Kuala Lumpur's public transportation system has been known to be inefficient and unreliable. Is it really that bad, or it is just a local myth? In this seven-minute documentary on public trains, we test out these claims as well as embark on the journey in the shoes of a common daily commuter.
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August 2016 How to travel from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur? The easiest way is by train. Train no. 92 | Woodlands - JB Sentral dep. 22.00 arr. 22.05 Train no. 44 | JB Sentral - Gemas dep. 23.40 arr. 03.30 Train no. EG 9220 | Gemas - KL Sentral dep. 04.30 arr. 06.46 I purchased the tickets through www.easybook.com & www.busonlineticket.com Camera: - Canon G7X - Samsung Galaxy S4 Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored video All expenses in this trip is paid by our own money Twitter: @ijoli Instagram: @ijoli Snapchat: @ijolicious X.O.X.O - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
In this video we travel from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Singapore. KTM Intercity (Malay: KTM Antarabandar) is the brand name for a group of diesel-hauled intercity train services in Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB). Most services operate from Kuala Lumpur Sentral station in the Malaysian capital. A few operate solely along the East Coast line between Tumpat and Gemas and on to Singapore. There is also one cross-border train daily between Butterworth, Penang and Hat Yai, Thailand. SUBSCRIBE FOR NEW VIDEOS - http://bit.ly/SubToMartinJohnsonHD GET OUR T-SHIRTS - http://geni.us/ShopNow CAMERAS AND GEAR WE USE ✩ Main vlogging camera http://geni.us/OurCamera ✩ Complete gear and tool list http://geni.us/YouTubeGearGuide FOLLOW U...
So I decided to take a quick shopping trip and "holiday" to Kuala Lumpur. One of the few places in Asia where I can find designer clothes in my size. In this video we check out how to get from the airport to city center, shopping in Bukit Bintang, and how to keep your belongings safe in crowded spaces. SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://bit.ly/29StLvQ Get $35 Travel Credit on Airbnb with my code or $75 when you host: www.airbnb.com/c/erickp1335 Follow Me on INSTAGRAM: @MinorityNomad https://www.instagram.com/minoritynomad/ My Website: http://minoritynomad.com/ My Travel Photography: http://minoritynomad.smugmug.com/ MY EMAIL: email@example.com
This KLIA Express Train Review was done in February 2017 and shows much of the general information about the train and station. KLIA Ekspres is the only direct to city train service and takes 28 minutes compared to other public transportation. From KL Sentral, the train operates directly to KLIA and KLIA2 while from both international airports, it starts at KLIA2 and takes five minutes to KLIA before proceeding to KL Sentral. The KLIA Ekspres also cost RM55 one way and from airport to airport, RM2.00. This is also the most convenient way to travel to and from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport to KL City. Music by; • Liquid Memoirs - Enigma https://soundcloud.com/liquid-memoirs https://facebook.com/liquidmemoirs https://twitter.com/MemoirsLiquid Video shot and edited by; David Hog...
Travel between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore city centres in only 1.5 hours! This WEBEO explores the possibilities of a high speed railway line connecting Malaysia’s capital with the financial hub of Singapore in only 1 hour and 30 minutes on trains travelling at speeds up to 350 km/h. The two cities have the potential to connect into one economic zone, but currently no high-speed line links the urban and rural communities into a unified link. This project aims to boost the economies of the two global cities and spur development in satellite towns across southeast Malaysia. The line is mostly 2-track brand new segment, on a mixture of viaducts and ground-level segments. In Kuala Lumpur, high-speed trains will replace the KLIA express and will operate on their tracks at speeds of 250 km/h. S...
Thank you for watching my video! New LCC terminal KLIA2 Stayed only a few hours in It is very convenient. My route at this trip. Haneda →Kuala Lumpur→Ho Chi Minh Phnom Penh →kuala lumpur→ Haneda Check out my page! Follow me! TWITTER https://twitter.com/Rotation_keiji INSTAGRAM https://instagram.com/cycading/ BLOG/HP http://rotationltd.com/ Last Travel Video is here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfE9QgLBtn8 Shot on SONY-RX100M4 Sometimes NOKIA-Lumia 1020
A review I made on board the Electric Train Service (ETS) provided by Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB). The ETS Platinum is a super fast train journey plying between Kuala Lumpur & Penang and Kuala Lumpur & Padang Besar. This train service only stops at major city stations namely Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh, Taiping, Parit Buntar and Bukit Mertajam Stations, thus achieving the 3 Hours 35 Minutes travelling time between KL & Penang with the usage of the high-speed Class 91 or Class 93 Electric Train Sets Six-Car EMU on the Electrified Double-Track. The ETS Platinum is perfecr for business travelers as well as passengers who wish to spend a day at another city. Check out the journey I took. Comments and feedbacks are welcomed!