|We met at KL Sentral to catch a train to Hatyai, all of us were anxious and cannot wait to start the journey.|
|The train was a midnight train "Express Peninsular" which I think is not an express train especially now that we have ETS train service. The fare is RM59 for a sleeping berth. Thanks to Andrew for booking this limited berths.|
|Finally we crossed the border via Padang Besar where we have to wait for nearly an hour before the train resumed its journey into Thailand. We arrived Hatyai about 1.40pm instead of 11.30am.|
|It has become a common practice that we purchase a data plan once we enter Thailand. Since we were going to stay for nearly 2 weeks we opted for this 599 baht plan.|
|Andrew & myself have been here at Keat's Boat Noodle shop before and we simply love his noodle. Roi Mak Mak is what we needed to say (which means "very delicious"), it is located at Preedarom Road GPS: 07.00194, 100.47098. Happy hunting folks.|
|All set with our data plans all signed up and tummies satisfactorily pampered we then rode to Songkhla.|
|The route we took on Day 1 as we rode towards north east to Songkhla for a distance of 32km.|
A video clip of the ride.