How to get from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur by train
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“There is no direct train service from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, so this guide shows how to make the journey by train.”
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“Scores of commuters are propelled to their destinations daily by so-called ‘trolley boys’ pushing metal carts that ply a few segments of the sprawling capital’s railwaysIncredibly, casualties are rare. The same cannot be said of close calls.”
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“Of course, there’s a catch …”
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A bit early for a “best of”, but always a good list.
“This is the nightmare we are all living in.”
VOH Radio, Ho Chi Minh City.