TRAIN MISSION FROM KUALA LUMPUR TO PENANG | Butterworth to Georgetown Travel Vlog 086, 2017

At 2am we decided to book the KTM Train from Kuala Lumpur to Penang on the ETS line! It actually goes to Butterworth train station, next to Butterworth ferry port, and then you need to take the Penang Ferry. ⬇ Click ‘Show More’ to expand ⬇

Dayum, we were sort of prepared for it, but didn’t realise how long it would take to train and ferry our way from Kuala Lumpur to Penang. The ferry portion was easy, as was the initial train, the only long part was the 4 hour train covering the most distance from KL.

The Butterworth KTM station doesnt really have any sign posting to get to the Penang Ferry, but it is pretty straight forward.

Georgetown seems like an awesome place, after a few days looking around we’re pleased we managed to squeeze George Town and Penang into our Malaysia adventures!

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24 Replies to “TRAIN MISSION FROM KUALA LUMPUR TO PENANG | Butterworth to Georgetown Travel Vlog 086, 2017”

  1. Syaf Alan

    Just wait until the Penang Sentral is complete. It will easier for you to check in the ferry terminal. Love your vlog.

  2. Santi Cazorla

    Both georgetown and butterworth are district of state penang

    Georgetown is the capital city of Penang

    So theres no confusing at all..

    Btw nice trip, hopefully you enjoy the food 🤗

  3. Kamarul kanisan

    You guys should dive to the southern (Malacca/Johor) & east coast peninsular Malaysia (Kelantan/Terengganu/Pahang).. Superb foods & rich local culture!?!
    Great vlog!! Thumbs up guys..

  4. Manny Explores

    Thanks for this video, I'm planning to go to kuala Lumpur in april and wanted to squeeze Penang, I think I'll do this, take the train and ferry, looks more comfortable than the bus

  5. Mohammad Ramzan Ashraf

    State of Penang is divided into two parts, the mainland (Seberang Perai) and the island (Penang Island). Butterworth is the major and largest town of Seberang Perai. George Town is the major town of "Penang Island" and is the capital city of "State of Penang". So, don't get confused "State of Penang" with "Penang Island" because "Seberang Perai" and "Penang Island" are in the State of Penang.

  6. Shaheel Shahzad

    I recently visited KL and Penang and both of these cities have a very distinctive feel! The Food in Penang is awesome! Nice review of the KTM Train 🙂

  7. Trisha Rudra

    Dane, your tattoo makes it look like you're wearing a tee with fancy tattooed sleeves, haha! Loved the video guys! When did ya'll go to Malaysia? And what was the weather like?

  8. byenc

    I am a Malaysian and its cool to see this video, I am amazed how foreigner discover this method to travel to different states / city in the country; for your reader and other subscriber – Uber is no longer available in Malaysia, get Grab app instead to book taxi / private cars.

  9. Teguh Nugroho

    Whoa, the on-board meals are so cheap!!! The price is equal to what we have on our Indonesia's trains. The difference is, on-board meals on Indonesia's train are more expensive than what we may find outside.

    It is good to see how the station and the ferry dock are conveniently located. I went to Penang by bus in 2014, anw.

  10. Effie Colida

    Thank you for showing all your transportation modes it was fun and interesting Daneger you are great in giving us all information

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