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Imagine riding on a train chugging along the seemingly endless railway track. Looking out the window, you see stretches and stretches of paddy fields, plantations and even dilapidated village houses. Bedazzled by the change of scenery, suddenly, travelling brings on a whole new meaning when you just allow the train to take you to your ... continue reading »

This is an updated post on the latest Electric Train Service (ETS) schedule and fare for Ipoh to Butterworth and Butterworth to Ipoh.Ipoh to Butterworth (fare: Gold Class - RM33) 5.30am 11.28am 11.44am 7.50pm (Weekend) 8.58pm 10.15pm Butterworth to Ipoh (fare: Gold Class - RM33) 5am 7am 3pm 5.55pm 7pm (Weekend) 9.15pm (Weekend) If you have any questions regarding the schedule or fare, do leave a comment. Note: View larger ... continue reading »

Electric Train Service Ipoh Butterworth

The Ipoh to Butterworth and KL Sentral to Padang Besar electric train services were launched on July 10, 2015. However, it was only last week that I had an opportunity to check out the service when I took the train from Ipoh to Butterworth and its return journey. I was in no hurry to try the ... continue reading »

KTMB Electric Train Service ETS

Here's the schedule and fare for Electric Train Service (ETS) from Butterworth to Padang Besar and back. This is a reference post which will be updated as and when new information is available. Schedule: Butterworth to Padang Besar Station - Arrival / Departure Butterworth - - / 7.30am Bukit Tengah - 7.37am / 7.38am Bukit Mertajam - 7.41am / 7.42am Tasek ... continue reading »

KTMB Electric Train Service ETS

By now, you would have read about the electric train service from Kuala Lumpur to Padang Besar which began operations two days ago on July 10, 2015. Well, if you thought that you could just hop onto the train from KL Sentral and be transported smoothly to Padang Besar in five hours, let me tell you ... continue reading »

main altar

...continued from Tow Boo Kong (Taoist Temple) Jalan Raja Uda, Butterworth, Seberang Perai (Exterior) With the majestic exterior of Tow Boo Kong in Jalan Raja Uda, you can expect nothing less inside. The altars are very elaborate with separate prayer halls for different deities but because I am a banana, I have trouble identifying the deities. When ... continue reading »

Dou Mu Niang Niang

I have read much about this Taoist temple located along Jalan Raja Uda in Butterworth, Seberang Perai in the papers these past few months and had wanted to make a trip north during the Nine Emperor Gods festival in October, but the trip didn't materialise and I went to cover the events at Tow Boh ... continue reading »

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