Bangkok and Pattaya are known to be South Asian region’s ethnic melting pots, which is pretty apparent when you visit the regions. There’s a mixture of Chinese and ancient Thai traditions in here. May it be the cuisine or traditions, there’s a beautiful intermingling of different cultures that’s worth the experience.
The culture in both places isn’t restricted to the Buddhist temples and amazing food, both places have a lot of things to offer. It’s seen in the great family values of the locals and their tremendously warm friendliness. The friendly people of the country are the replication of traditional, cultural, and spiritual wealth of what is known as the Land of Smiles.
So, you’re planning to visit Malaysia’s capital city from the sunny shores of Singapore... But what is the best way to do it, you ask? Well, it depends on the time and the money you have to spend traveling.
However, if you want to avoid heavy, hectic traffic and driving 4 to 5 hours or more or you can’t just afford to pay more expensive plane tickets, then riding the train would be the best option for you.