Malaysia ETS Train from Johor to Kuala Lumpur is a vast network that runs across the length and breadth of the country. It connects the different cities, towns and villages, and ensures easy access to the different parts of Malaysia . It is the most popular mode of transportation for people in the country. There are a large number of ETS Train running in order to accommodate the increasing number of passengers. But, before you start off on your journey you have to confirm the train availability.
There are several websites that assist you in searching for a train and making your reservations. The easybook.com website sites work to offer you better services. Here, you can find all details you require regarding the trains and your tickets. The train schedule, current status, origin and destination stations, stoppages, ticket fares and all such information can be sought. If you give in the day of travel and the departing and arrival stations, the list of trains available matching your preferences are displayed.
From the list, you can choose any train of your choice from JB Sentral. There is the option to book your ticket, check your PNR status occasionally and even cancel your reservation, if needed. Each station has a booking counter which can help you search for train availability and book your tickets. Besides, now mobile services have also been introduced. You can get all details on your cell phone.
In case you do not get a ticket reserved, you are put in the waiting list. Under the scheme called RAC, or Reservation against Cancellation, you can get a reservation done in case any cancellations of tickets. If you do not get a reservation, you are offered to share a single seat along with a person, usually a side berth. Today you can book your ticket on a ‘Tatkal’ scheme for an urgent travel. Some ETS Train on the train are reserved for this scheme, where you can book your ticket 48 hours in advance. You have to pay the fare from the starting to stopping station of the train along with an additional charge. This is extremely useful in case of emergency when all the seats of the train are already filled.