The least sweaty way to reach the top of Penang Hill is to ride the funicular. On weekends and public holidays lines can be horrendously long, which may persuade you to stump up the fare for the fast lane.
Seven daily trains (nine Friday to Sunday) connect this station with Kuala Lumpur. Heading in the opposite direction, 14 daily Komuter trains head to the border with Thailand at Padang Besar, as well as two faster E…
Boats leave at 8.30am and 2pm and return from Langkawi at 10.30am and 3pm. The journey each way takes between 1¾ to 2½ hours. Book a few days in advance to ensure a seat.
This company oversees Penang's public buses.