We never expected the Malaysian jungle railway train trip to affect us this much, find out why in this Malaysia travel vlog! Malaysian trains are modern, clean and efficient and they are the perfect way to see the country up close. In this Malaysia vlog we show you how to travel Malaysia by train. We provide everything you need to know about travel by train in Malaysia, including Malaysia train costs, train amenities in Malaysia, how to book trains in Malaysia as well as Malaysia travel tips so you can plan an amazing Malaysia trip for yourself! We also provide our first hand experience of the Malaysia jungle railway so you can see what it’s like traveling in Malaysia. Our train journey on the Malaysia jungle train started in Kota Bharu Kelantan on the Malaysia east coast and made a number of stops on the KTM train along the way, including Kuala Krai, Dabong, Gua Musang and Kuala Lipis Pahang. This Malaysia travel video is a must watch for anyone considering travelling in Malaysia, particularly for Malaysia train travel on the KTM jungle train but also for budget travel Malaysia and Malaysia backpacking.

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0:00 Introduction to Malaysia travel vlog: Our first time riding the Malaysia jungle train
0:26 Getting on the Malaysian jungle railway at Wakaf Baru Malaysia train station near Kota Bharu Kelantan Malaysia east coast
1:00 Malaysia jungle railway: Kuala Krai Malaysia
1:12 Malaysia train travel: KTM train to Dabong Malaysia
1:30 KTM Jungle Train Malaysia: Gua Musang Malaysia train
1:36 Train in Malaysia: Train trip on Malaysian jungle railway to Kuala Lipis Pahang Malaysia
1:40 Subscribe to YouTube travel channel Bucket List Travellers for Malaysia vlogs
1:48 Malaysia travel: Jungle railway on east coast of Malaysia
1:56 Malaysia vlog: What is the Malaysia jungle train like? – Malaysia train carriage facilities
2:38 Malaysia jungle train information: Mobility access and platforms for wheelchair users in Malaysia
3:01 Malaysia travel tips: Bag storage on Malaysia trains
3:08 Malaysia train facilities: Prayer rooms on trains in Malaysia
3:24 Malaysian train facilities: Public toilets on train in Malaysia
3:42 Features for train travel in Malaysia: Window blinds on Malaysian trains
3:51 Train travel Malaysia: Cafe carriage on Malaysia jungle train
4:01 Malaysia tips: How to book train tickets online for Jungle train Malaysia
4:28 Malaysia train travel tips: What side of the train to sit on for KTM jungle train in Malaysia
4:55 Malaysia travel tip: Which row of train to sit in for KTM train in Malaysia
5:17 Travel tip Malaysia: How early do I need to get to the train station for Malaysian jungle railway trip
5:52 Malaysia tips: Busy days for Jungle Train Malaysia east coast
6:27 Malaysia travel vlog: Kind Malaysians on train in Malaysia
6:55 Malaysia vlog: Meeting school kids on Malaysia train
7:17 Getting off the Malaysia jungle train at Kuala Krai Malaysia train station platform
7:26 Malaysia travel vlog: Feeling overwhelmed in Malaysia
8:10 Is Malaysia train travel worth it?: Our verdict on traveling by train in Malaysia

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