Traveling from Hatyai to Kuala Lumpur

Fastest: By Air Plane

Hatyai is located at the southern city of Thailand near Malaysian border and it is the largest city of Songkhla Province.

Air travelling is one of fastest and most popular mode of transportation. Air Asia has been providing affordable mode of transportation.In order to grab the lowest air ticket, please ensure the ticket is bought much earlier, probably one to two months in advance. They have daily flight at 12.35pm departing from Hatyai. For more information about the flight schedule, please visit Air Asia official website.The journey from Hatyai to Kuala Lumpur by flight is around two hour.

Economical: By Bus

Travelling by bus is the most economical option compared to flight. However, it takes much longer hours. The journey from Hatyai to Kuala Lumpur by bus is around 8 hours, which is 4 times the time needed compared to taking plane.All the buses currently travelling to Kuala Lumpur offers spacious and comfortable seats, with plenty of leg rooms in front of the seats. Enjoy stretching of legs and inclining the seats to have a good rest before reaching the destination.

The bus terminal is at Thanon Sheutit Hat Yai, where there are plenty of bus companies around there offering tickets and is located very near to the city area.

For booking of bus ticket, please click here.Ticket price starts from RM50.

Longest journey: By Train

Train is also another options. However, the trip from Hatyai to Kuala Lumpur will take much longer than bus, normally the travelling time is around 14 hours, as there are many stopping point along the journey. There are only one departure timing from Hatyai, that is 4pm and will arrive Kuala Lumpur Sentral at 530am in the morning. You can choose either first class or second class seats, alternatively, there are also first class and second class sleeper options.

To ensure comfortable journey, it is advisable to take first class sleeper option as it is a long journey ride. Ticket price ranging from RM27 to RM122. Train service are provided by Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) For more information regarding the pricing, please visit KTM official website.

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