Posted by: Jom Naik Bas! | 17 October 2009

Jom Naik Bas to Malaysia!

The Express Bus Agencies Association or EBAA of Singapore is lobbying for a permanent interstate bus terminal here in Singapore. The one-stop terminal will cater to all express buses, which will definitely be a boon to passengers as currently, buses to Malaysia departs from practically everywhere in Singapore. In Part 2 of Jom Naik Bas to Malaysia!, Jom Naik Bas! brings you a list of departure points for express buses to Malaysia. (Correct as of December 2nd 2012)

  • Golden Mile Complex, Beach Road
    To Kuala Lumpur, Genting Highlands, Penang, Ipoh, Alor Setar, Hatyai, Seremban, Klang, and other smaller towns in Perak, Kedah, Perlis, Pahang, Terengganu and Johor. Singapore’s main departure point to Malaysia. Buses that call here includes Transtar Express, Five Stars Tours, Grassland Express, Sri Maju Ekspres, Starmart Express, LPMS, SE Super, KKKL, Super Nice and several other smaller operators.
  • Golden Mile Tower, Beach Road
    To all destinations served by Konsortium Bas Ekspres Semenanjung (KBES) and707 Travel Group.
  • The Plaza, Beach Road
    To Bangsar (KL), Bandar Utama (Damansara) and Holiday Villa Subang (Subang Jaya) by First Coach. To Mentakab and Kuantan in Pahang by Union Omnibus. To Kuala Lumpur by Transnasional and Nice. To Seremban by Plusliner.
  • KeyPoint, Jalan Sultan/Beach Road
    To Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh and Taiping by Starcoach Express. To Melaka by S&S International.
  • Textile Centre, Jalan Sultan
    To Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh and Seremban by Eltabina Express, and Melaka by Superior Travel (weekends only), Malacca Singapore Express and Maju Express.
  • Queen Street Bus Terminal (also known as Ban San Street Terminal)
    To destinations served by 707 Travel Group.
  • HarbourFront Centre
    To Kuala Lumpur, Bandar Utama, Sunway and Petaling Jaya by Aeroline.
  • Concorde Hotel, Orchard Road (former Le Meridien Hotel)
    To Kuala Lumpur and Melaka by Luxury Tours.
  • DFS Galleria, Scotts Road
    To Mersing and Tanjong Gemok by WTS Travel.
  • Newton Circus Carpark
    To Mersing and Tanjong Gemok by WTS Travel.
  • Balestier Plaza
    To Kuala Lumpur by Odyssey Prestige Coaches.
  • Novena Square
    To Bangsar (KL), Bandar Utama (Damansara) and Holiday Villa Subang (Subang Jaya) by First Coach.
  • Parkroyal on Kitchener Road Hotel, Little India
    To Kuala Lumpur by Starmart Express. To Ipoh and Kuala Lumpur by LapanLapan Express (88 Ekspres).
  • City Plaza
    To Melaka by Delima Ekspres and Kuala Lumpur by Starcoach Express.
  • Singapore Flyer
    To Kuala Lumpur and Melaka by WTS Travel.
  • Old Princess Cinema, Bedok Interchange
    To Genting Highlands by WTS Travel.
  • Taxi Stand next to Tampines MRT
    To Genting Highlands by Five Stars Tours and WTS Travel.
  • Kovan Hub, Hougang Street 21
    To all destinations served by CitiExchange (KKKL Express), and CepatSedia Express.
  • Blk 710, Ang Mo Kio Central near Ang Mo Kio MRT
    To Kuala Lumpur and Genting Highlands by WTS Travel.
  • Blk 179, Toa Payoh Central near Library
    To Genting Highlands by WTS Travel.
  • Sembawang SunPlaza
    To Kuala Lumpur and Genting Highlands by Konsortium Bas Ekspres (KBES).
  • Causeway Point, Woodlands
    To Genting Highlands by WTS Travel.
  • Bukit Panjang Plaza
    To Kuala Lumpur, Mersing and Tanjong Gemok by WTS Travel.
  • Bukit Timah Plaza
    To Genting Highlands, Mersing and Tanjong Gemok by WTS Travel.
  • Lot 1 Shoppers’ Mall, Choa Chu Kang
    To Kuala Lumpur and Genting Highlands by WTS Travel.
  • Boon Lay Shopping Centre
    To Kuala Lumpur, Genting Highlands and other towns in Perak, Kedah and Perlis by Five Stars Tours, Konsortium Bas Ekspres (KBES) and Grassland Express.
  • IMM, Jurong East
    To Kuala Lumpur by Causeway Link Express.
  • Resorts World Sentosa
    To Kuala Lumpur by Transtar Express and Five Stars Express. To Ipoh by LapanLapan Express (88 Ekspres). To Resorts World Genting, Johor and Melaka by 707 Travel Group. To Tune Hotels Danga Bay (Johor Bahru) by Odyssey Prestige Coaches.

Responses

  1. My friend said all coaches will shift to boon lay end of next year.Is it true?Any idea?

  2. Hi Lydia.

    There were rumours making its round that the temporary Boon Lay bus interchange will be converted to an interstatebus express terminal. However, there are no official confirmation by the authorities yet. So I suggest we don’t put hopes that it will materialise, at least for now.

  3. tolong bagi sy info tentang jadual perjalanan bas dari klang sentral ke batu pahat,johor

  4. harap dpt response as soon as possible..thanks.

  5. Hi Sharifah.

    Transnasional ada menyediakan khidmat bas ekspres antara Klang Sentral dan Batu Pahat. Anda juga boleh menempah tiket secara online di http://www.ticket4u.com.my.

  6. Hello….
    It’s there any services from J.B to Kuala Selangor? urgently need some suggestion since i’ve to travel every week to meet my wife there. Before this i used to unboard at klang sentral whereears my wife has to drive 40km.

  7. Hi, is there any bus travel from terminal bersepadu selatan / bukit jalil to Seremban Terminal 1? thanks.

  8. Hi, harap dapat bagi info perjalanan bas dari Karak ke Kuala Kubu Bharu atau Karak – Genting Highland dgn kadar segera. Terima kasih.


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