The toilets were very modern with auto doors on touching the panel while the insides were well thought off. Everything looked like the interior of a airplane bathroom except more spacious.
After doing my rounds and taking my seat, I noticed the LCD TV display in front of me. A sleek 21 inch panel showing some cartoons while the information was integrated into the system informing passengers of the next station and also the speed of the train.
I had doubts that the ETS could make it pass 130km/h therefore I sat and looked at the monitor constantly and to my surprise, at one stage, it managed to hit 150 km/h! That was indeed quite fast comparing the the normal trains. But again, the Shanghai commuter trains were easily hitting 230km/h so this was a good start for the rail industry here in Malaysia. At that speed, the train was smooth and not bumpy. Satisfied with the top speed, I made my way to the cafeteria coach to see what was available.
A simple layout with an area to sit and view the passing scenery while they served a limited selection of pastries and buns. Hot and cold drinks were available at a reasonable price here. They also have train stewardesses moving around the coaches selling snacks and drinks for those who prefer to sit put.