Trains from Padang Rengas to Ipoh

By train the journey from Padang Rengas to Ipoh is scheduled is take around 35 minutes.

Train Times from Padang Rengas to Ipoh

There are currently 2 direct train services a day from Padang Rengas to Ipoh available to book online.

TrainPadang RengasIpohService
932109:0009:34ETS Gold
942518:2018:55ETS Gold

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Padang Rengas Railway Station

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Ipoh Railway Station

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About Travel to Ipoh

There are lots of places to visit in Ipoh, as well as plenty of good hotels and restaurants. The main attraction in Ipoh is its Old Town area, which is only 5 minutes walk from Ipoh Railway Station. Ipoh was formerly an important centre of the tin mining industry. The town’s prosperity peaked around the start of the 20th Century at which point in time Ipoh was an important part of the British Empire and attracted large amount of investment in public buildings and infrastructure, particularly in the construction of a massive railway station that’s still in use today, along with a grand European style City Hall and nearby Court. In the centre of the Old Town the influence of prosperous Chinese immigrants on the urban architecture is more prominent. The Old Town feature numerous narrow streets with Chinese style shop houses and Sino-Portuguese style buildings on the wider roads.

On board the train from Padang Rengas to Ipoh
On board the train from Padang Rengas to Ipoh

There are also a number of attractions in the hills surrounding Ipoh, particularly inside the caves within those hills. Chinese Buddhist monks have established a number of cave temples which are open to visitors, most notable of which are Ling Sen Tong, Sam Poh Tong, and Nam Thean Tong. Two other caves are also popular with visitors. The first of these is Gua Tempurung, which is easily accessible on foot and features some large stalactites and stalagmites. The second of these caves is Gua Tambun, which is famous for its 3,000 year old cave paintings discovered by a British Army Officer in the early 20th Century.

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