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Malyasia Train Ticket

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The single trip fares for a 2nd class train ticket from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur and vice versa, quoted by KTM (Malaysia Railway) website http://www.ktmb.com.my were both 34.00. But from SIN to KUL, the currency was S$, while KUL to SIN, it was RM. The present exchange rate is app. 1S$=2.1RM. If the information from KTM website is not wrong. That means travllers have to pay more than double the price to travel from SIN to KUL.

Could someone clarify or explain this for me?

Second question, I am quite sure that I can buy a KTM 10 days railpass in Sinpapore, but I don't know how much. Would it be much more expensive than getting the same one in Malaysia?

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