A few of my Malaysian friends have been raving about the coffee and kaya toast at Kluang Rail Coffee for years, so I decided to go for it.
We went on the Hari Raya Haji public holiday. Bad timing because they were closed for the holidays. haha....
There were quite a number of people waiting for a train on the platform, so we decided to stay and wait too.
We explored the tiny rail station and posed for some pictures. :)
Train schedule and ticket prices.
On the way back to Johor town centre, we stopped at the railway tracks at a village to take some pictures.
There was an elderly guard who opens and closes the gate for vehicles crossing the tracks. He told us the next train would be coming at 6 pm so it was safe to walk on the tracks.
For the next trip to Kluang, we are planning to ride a train here. :)