The journey by train from Kerambit to Johor Bahru is scheduled to take just under 10 hours. The only other option for travel by public transport from Kerambit to Johor Bahru is to first travel to the bus station in either Kuala Lipis or Jerantut and then from either of these towns take a bus to Johor Bharu.
Train Times from Kerambit to Johor Bahru
There is 1 direct train service a day from Kerambit to Johor Bahru.
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- Booked online a 2nd Class A/C Seat costs 39 MYR.
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Kerambit Railway Station
Kerambit Railway Station is 1.5 km from the SMK Kerambit Bus Stop.
Johor Bahru Sentral Station
Trains from Kerambit terminate at Johor Bahru Sentral Station, which is the main railway station in Johor Bahru and the departure points for trains to Singapore.
About Johor Bahru
The majority of visitors to Johor Bahru pass through the city on route to other destination as Johor Bahru is the main transport hub for travel between Peninsula Malaysia and Singapore and also between Peninsula Malaysia and the Riau Islands in Indonesia. Johor Bahru has a large airport (Senai International Airport), a large bus station (Larkin Bus Terminal), a train station (JB Sentral Station) and a ferry terminal (ZON Ferry Terminal).
If you do stay in Johor Bahru the major attractions in the area are:
- Legoland Malaysia: A large theme park with over 40 rides and activities that will appeal to children.
- A Visit to the Zoo: Johor Bahru has three zoos – Saleng Zoo, Johor Bahru Zoo and Danga World Petting Zoo.
- Taman Merdeka: Large public park with a lake, rock sculptures and other monuments.
- Danga Bay: A new waterfront development with shops, restaurants and a theme park.
- Roufo Old Chinese Temple: 19th Century Taoist temple with a small museum on site.
- Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum: City centre museum dedicated to the history of Chinese settlers in Johor Bahru.
- Johor Bahru Art Gallery: Gallery displaying Malaysian paintings, textiles weapons and woodwork.
- Sultan Ibrahim Building: Grand colonial era building with a 64 metre high tower open to visitors.
- Sultan Abu Bakar State Mosque: Constructed at the end of the 19th Century this is an impressive building with four minarets in the shape of British clock towers. The inside of the mosque, however, is not open to non-Muslims.