Train travel from Dabong to Johor Bahru

The journey by train from Dabong to Johor Bahru is scheduled to take 14 hours 40 minutes. Passengers travel on the Ekspress Rakyat Timuran train which is a diesel train with toilets and a buffet car.


Train Times to Johor Bahru


There is 1 direct train service a day from Dabong to Johor Bahru.

Train Dabong Johor Bharu Service
27 21:07 11:47 2nd Class A/C Seat
  • Booked online a 2nd Class A/C Seat costs 44 MYR.

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Dabong Railway Station


Dabong Railway Station is 7.4 km from the Jelawang Waterfall.


Johor Bharu Sentral Station


The final stop for train from Dabong is Johor Bahru Sentral Station.


About Johor Bahru


Johor Bahru is Malaysia’s 3rd largest city and a place where foreign visitors tend to pass through without stopping on their way to or from Singapore. Johor Bahru has long been known as a border town with a high crime rate, prostitution and the open sale of counterfeit products. The Malaysian authorities have made a lot of effort recently to try and turn this state of affairs around with some limited success. Johor Bahru has also seen a lot of private development, particularly in the Danga Bay area, and the construction of a number of large theme parks the best of which is Legoland Malaysia. Legoland Malaysia was the first Legoland in Asia and its 23 km from Johor Bahru Sentral Station and easily accessible from the town centre by public transport.

Legoland Malaysia near Johor Bahru

Legoland Malaysia near Johor Bahru

If you do stay in Johor Bahru there are a number of historical sites and other points of interest to visit:

  • Sultan Abu Bakar State Mosque: Completed in 1900 this imposing hilltop mosque combines Moorish and Victorian architecture with four minarets that resemble clock towers.
  • Stana Bukit Serene: The Palace of the Sultan of Johor, built in 1933 in Art Deco style. You can only view the palace from the outside.
  • Sultan Ibrahim Building: Grand colonial government building constructed in 1940 in the Indo-Saracenic architectural style.
  • Johor Bahru Art Gallery: Exhibits contemporary Malay art and traditional Islamic art.
  • Roman Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception: The main Catholic church in the city dating back to 1883.
  • Roufo Old Chinese Temple: 19th Century Taoist temple built by Chinese immigrants to Johor Bahru.

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