PHL – Experience new Firefly / KTMB travel promotion

By V. Sivaji

Firefly Airlines and Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) have come up with a unique holiday promotion – FlyRail Holiday Package.

The first of its kind in Malaysia promotion is currently available for holiday makers to enjoy the best of  travel experience to those who would like to
explore the east coast of Malaysia in a unique way. 

This adventurous 3 days and 2 nights package includes a convenient flightby Firefly Airlines from Subang Airport, Penang International Airport and Senai Airport Johor Bahru to Kota Bharu Airport, a scenic 3-hour train ride by KTMB from Wakaf Bharu Station to Dabong Station, accommodation, meals and various activities. 

This initiative is supported by Tourism Malaysia and with Visit Malaysia 2020 underway, it is strongly believed that FlyRail will kick off as a success amongst many adventure seekers.

“We now have 3 different FlyRail Holiday Packages available –

FlyRail Package A – Explore Jungle Rail to Dabong, 
FlyRail Package B – Homestay Experience by Rail and
FlyRail Package C – The Stonghill Expedition by Rail. 

“Travelers can take a pick with these packages based on their individual interests and likes such as eco activities, extreme parks, local activities or camping. 

“We are looking forward to introduce more types of packages to cater to various interests of travelers,” said Firefly Chief Executive Officer, Philip See.

He also added that having KTMB, Malaysia’s pioneer rail provider work hand in hand with Firefly, is truly a great opportunity to boost local tourism in Malaysia. 

“This is a great platform to lure more locals and international tourists to discover and re-discover the hidden gems of our motherland, Malaysia,” added See.

Both Firefly and KTMB assures a great 3 days and 2 nights trip like no other as travelers will witness various unique experiences such as the traditional token signalling system developed in Britain in the 19th century at the Wakaf Bharu railway station, the level crossings that are still prevalent and the sparsely populated and heavily forested interior of Peninsula Malaysia.

Those who are interested to experience this adventurous journey may visit to make bookings accordingly. There is a 15% off for early birds.

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