New Express Bus Services

New and existing express bus operators are launching their new services every now and then. The following is a list of operators that Jom Naik Bas! have compiled for your reference. Jom Naik Bas! appreciates if any mistakes are corrected and new inputs to the list. This list is not exhaustive and will be updated regularly as and when we receive it. Comments on this section has been disabled. To comment on a picture, visit our Facebook page.

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October 2012

KKKL Express

KKKL Express has launched thrice-daily services between Singapore and Melaka from October 6th, 2012. One way fares starts at SGD23 and its appointed agent in Singapore is 99 Coachland Express. Online ticketing is also available at BusOnlineTicket.com.

July 2012

One Express

Newcomer One Express has launched once daily services between Shah Alam and Melaka. This new service marks a new entry to the south by the operator. The double-decker executive coach is operated on this route that departs Melaka at 1.30pm. One-way adult tickets are priced at RM15.

April 2012

Konsortium Bas Ekspres Semenanjung (KBES)

Taiping-based operator, KBES, have further cemented its position in Melaka with the launch of new direct services from Kuala Lumpur. For a start, it intends to operate five return trips daily. Utilising a fleet of brand-new Bonluck CNG coaches, the service will run between Jalan Imbi and Terminal Bersepadu Selatan in Kuala Lumpur, and Melaka Sentral in Melaka. Buses leaves at 8am, 10.30am, 2.30pm, 5pm and 9pm. One-way tickets for adults costs RM11 per person, among the cheapest for the sector. The coaches are fitted with 30 seats in a luxurious Super VIP-class configuration.

March 2012

Jengka Liner

Jengka Liner introduces a new service linking Bandar Pusat Jengka with Melaka. The service will call at several points along its route, including Temerloh, Bahau and Alor Gajah. The service leaves Bandar Pusat Jengka at 8.30am daily and the return trip from Melaka Sentral leaves in the late afternoons. The new service begins on March 2nd.

January 2012

Lionstar Express/Transtar Express

Transtar Express, through its affiliate Lionstar Express, has revived the Classic coach service between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. AGP9666, a former Golden Diamond Premium double-decker coach has been refitted with an economy class layout with a ’2+2′ seating configuration. The new configuration allows a maximum capacity of 62 passengers, one more than the previous Classic coach. The once-daily service leaves Transtar Express office at Jalan Imbi at 9.30am, before proceeding to Pudu Sentral (formerly known as Hentian Puduraya) and Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS). The service will also stop at Larkin in Johor Bahru before arriving at Golden Mile Complex, Beach Road Singapore at approximately 2.30pm. The return service to KL leaves Singapore at 3.30pm via JB. Notably, F&B service was discontinued. 6 LCD monitors were retained for passenger’s entertainment during the journey. One-way tickets starts at SGD12  and can be purchased online at http://transtar.travel and http://www.busonlineticket.com.

photo courtesy of BusOnlineTicket.com

July 2011

Sri Maju

Melaka welcomes a new operator to the state. Beginning June 30th, Sri Maju operates 3 new services from Melaka Sentral to Ipoh and Lumut in Perak, as well from Melaka Sentral to Johor Bahru and Singapore. This is the first time ever Sri Maju entered Melaka. On a side note, the Lumut-Ipoh-Melaka service will also call at Seremban in Negeri Sembilan. All services are operated on Sri Maju’s latest Super-VIP class buses that seats 26/27/28 passengers in a ’2+1′ configuration.

The schedules are as follows:

  • Lumut-Melaka | 8.15am | RM38
  • Lumut-Seremban | 8.15am |RM30
  • Ipoh (Jalan Bendahara)-Melaka | 9.45am |RM34
  • Ipoh (Medan Gopeng)-Melaka | 10.15am | RM34
  • Ipoh (Jalan Bendahara)-Seremban | 9.45am |RM25
  • Ipoh (Medan Gopeng)-Seremban | 10.15am | RM25
  • Melaka-Lumut | 4.30pm | RM38
  • Melaka-Ipoh (Jalan Bendahara) | 4.30pm |RM34
  • Melaka-Johor Bahru | 1.30pm | RM23
  • Melaka-Singapore* |1.30pm | RM23
*Special ad-hoc trips are available based on demand. Please check with the counter.
Sri Maju Ekspres
Melaka Sentral Bus Terminal
Counter 4B
Tel: 016 559 5776

May 2011

Causeway Link Express

The Kuala Lumpur to Ipoh route will welcome a new operator come Sunday, 22nd May 2011. Causeway Link Express has announced on its website and Facebook page that it will operate on the route from Sunday. 4 return trips will be operated daily – 10am, 1pm, 4pm and 7pm from both destinations. The service will call at Hentian Puduraya in Kuala Lumpur whereas in Ipoh, the service will terminate at Medan Gopeng Bus Terminal.

Concurrently, Causeway Link Express will also open its new ticketing counter at Hentian Puduraya (Counter KT24) and Medan Gopeng Bus Terminal (Counter KT1). The counter at Hentian Puduraya is now opened for business from 21st May 2011.

For more information, please call the Causeway Link hotline at tel: +607 358 2244, or online ticketing at http://www.causewaylink.com.my/.

April 2011

S&S International

S&S International Express has also launched twice daily services between Melaka and Seremban. Buses departs Melaka Sentral at 4pm and 4.30pm.

March 2011

S&S International

S&S International Express has become the latest entrant in the Singapore-Malaysia express bus market segment, with the launch of its new Singapore-Melaka service earlier this month. Operated with a fleet of 30-seater Hino RK coaches, the service operates three times daily between Keypoint near Jalan Sultan in Singapore, and Melaka Sentral. The direct service will utilise the Second Link.

Departures from Singapore is at 8.45am, 1.30pm and 7.15pm and one-way tickets are sold at S$23 for adults. Golden Coach Express & Tours Pte Ltd has been appointed as the sole agent in Singapore. Tickets can also be purchased online at http://www.busonlineticket.com/.

This is S&S International’s first foray into Singapore since their establishment. Apart from interstate express services to major towns across Peninsular Malaysia, S&S International also operates a number of local bus services on Johor. You can also purchase tickets to other destinations in Malaysia via the online ticketing portal at http://www.ssinternational.com.my/.

Transnasional

Transnasional has amended its nightly Melaka-Kota Bahru route. The service has been re-routed to call at Kuala Lumpur (Hentian Putra), Gua Musang, Kuala Krai and Machang before proceeding to end in Kota Bahru. The previous route passes through Muadzam Shah and Kuantan.

January 2011

Seranas Group

Another new operator, Seranas Ekspres, has also started services between Johor Bahru, Shah Alam and Klang. They are also the launch customer for sksbus’ new SA12-380HD high-decker coaches, which are deployed on this route that also departs from Terminal Larkin in JB, Seksyen 17 Terminal in Shah Alam and Klang Sentral in Klang. The company is a subsidiary of the Seranas Group, which is an established travel agent and tour bus operator. For bookings and enquiries, please contact the ticketing counters at:

- Larkin, Johor Bahru (Zaman Indah Sdn Bhd) at tel: (607) 224 7868
- Shah Alam Seksyen 17 at tel: (603) 5638 9896
- Klang Sentral, Terminal A, 1st Floor, Counter 3 at tel: (603) 3323 8888

You may also visit their website at http://seranasgroup.com.my/.

This information was received courtesy of our reader, Sze Wei Sam.

Kwok Ping Ekspres


The express coach arm of the Kwok Ping Travel & Tours Group recently launched a new service from Johor Bahru to Shah Alam and Klang. Newly-commissioned Super VIP-class coaches with 28 seats are deployed for this service that departs from Terminal Larkin. For bookings and enquiries, please contact the ticketing agent at Larkin (Zaman Indah Sdn Bhd) at tel: (607) 224 7868.

This information was received courtesy of our reader, Sze Wei Sam.

Lionstar Express

A member of the Transtar Express Group, Lionstar Express, recently launched new express services from Johor Bahru. The new services are:

- Johor Bahru to Resorts World Genting, departs at 9.00am daily
- Johor Bahru – Kuala Kangsar – Simpang – Parit Buntar – Bukit Mertajam – Kulim, departs at 10.ooam and 10.00pm daily

Single-deck Premium-class coaches are operated on the new services. Please contact it’s JB’s authorised agent, JB Transliner & Tours Sdn Bhd (also a member of the Transtar Express Group) at tel: (607) 276 8991 for more information.

This information was conveyed to us courtesy of our reader, Sze Wei Sam.

SwarnaBumi

SwarnaBumi? Bangkok’s airport now ventured into express buses in Malaysia? Well, not really. Inspired by Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi (pronounced soo-wan-na-poom), SwarnaBumi is among the latest startups that began operations in the second half of 2010. And like most of the new entrants, the operator has opted for sksbus’ CP11-LW integral coaches. However, a handful of Hino RKs are also operated. The Kulim-Butterworth-Kuala Lumpur service is one of the pioneer routes operated by SwarnaBumi. It also has services from Penang to Kuantan in Pahang. The executive class coaches by sksbus (photo above, WTV5833) are also fitted with massage seats, perfect for long-distance journeys.

Economy Express

This Penang-based startup has also jumped into the growing list of the sksbus CP11-LW coaches. Economy Express began operations a couple of months back, linking Penang with Kuala Lumpur, as well as Temerloh and Kuantan in Pahang. It also operates a handful of Hino RM2KSKAs with Yohan and Wah Huat Coachbuilders bodyworks.

December 2010

Intercity Coach

Starting with a fleet of 2 sksbus SA12-380 (CP11-LW380) high-decker coaches, Intercity Coach is another new start-up in Malaysia. Although the bus sports the traditional Malay kite known as Wau, it is currently serving points in the north such as Alor Setar, Butterworth, Kangar, Kuala Perlis and Changlun with Kuala Lumpur and Seremban. Nonetheless, the operator has plans to launch routes linking the north to the east coast states. All coaches are fitted with executive class cabin configuration, capable of seating a maximum of 31 passengers. For more information on Intercity Coach, visit their website at http://www.intercitycoach.com.my/ or call their hotline at tel: (604) 733 8688.

GT Ekspres

A new startup has launched services between Kuala Lumpur and Cameron Highlands, with an intermediate stop at Tapah in Perak. They are the fourth operator to provide express bus services between the two localities, after Unititi Express, Ekspres Kurnia Bistari and CS Travel. For more information on the services, please call Goldstar Express at tel: (03) 3323 1111.

Maju Ekspres

Launched last week, Johor-based Maju Ekspres is the latest to attempt to have a slice of the pie in the increasingly-crowded Johor Bahru-Melaka sector. Maju Ekspres’ trip number 97 is currently operating 4 times daily between the two points – 9am, 2pm, 4pm and 6pm. An extra departure at 8pm are available on weekends. From Johor Bahru, buses departs at 9am, 11.30am, 2pm and 6pm. Two brand-new Hino RK1JSLL coaches fitted with ultra-comfortable Super-VIP seats are deployed. Tickets are priced on par with the other operators, at RM19 per passenger. Maju Ekspres is poised to launch a new service between Kluang and Johor Bahru in the near future.

Mystar Express

A brand-new startup operator has begun services to the north of Peninsular Malaysia. Adorned in the bright red livery, Mystar Express is now operating on the Kajang and Kuala Lumpur to Changlun route, with stops at Butterworth, Alor Setar, Kangar and Kuala Perlis. Two trips are served daily, one each at 9.30am and 10.00pm. The sksbus CP11-LW coaches can seat a maximum of 30 passengers, configured in the Super-VIP ’2+1′ seating arrangement. For more information, please call Mystar Express’ counter at Hentian Kajang at tel: (019) 777 1929.

November 2010

Star Coach

Melaka Sentral seems to be getting crowded as a new operator inaugurates a new service from the state. The Perak-based operator has begun once-daily services from Melaka to Lumut in Perak, with intermediate stops at Seremban, Tanjung Malim and Ipoh. Jom Naik Bas! understands that different coaches may be deployed on different trips, including the new high-decker Super VIP-class coach from MASDEF. The service will depart Melaka at 10.30am daily.

Aerobus

Launched on 1st September 2010, Aerobus now operates 6 daily return services between the Low Cost Carrier Terminal at KLIA (LCCT-KLIA) and Genting Highlands. To boost passenger’s convenience in using the service, the operators has also launched an online ticketing service on the website at http://www.aerobus.my/.

October 2010

Jebat Express (City Express)

Jebat Express is the latest player in the increasingly competitive Singapore-Melaka sector. Four trips are served daily – 8.45am, 9.45am, 1.30pm and 5pm. Two additional trips are operated on Fridays only and departs at 6.30pm and 7pm. 28/31-seater Super-VIP coach (2+1 seating) are deployed on this service that departs from the Lavender Street Bus Station. All trips will proceed direct to Melaka via the Tuas Second Link. One-way tickets for adults are now sold at an introductory price of S$21. The Singapore appointed agent for this service is Hasry (Singapore) Pte Ltd.

Hasry (Singapore) Pte Ltd, which was handed over to a new management recently, has also launched a new website which also offers a new online ticketing system to selected destinations served by Jebat Express, Cepat Sedia Express and Hasry Express, including those to Batu Pahat, Muar and Melaka. The new website can be reached at the following link – http://www.hasrytravel.com/.

For more information on their services, please contact:

Hasry (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Lavender Street Bus Station
Junction off Kallang Bahru
Singapore 338750
Tel: +65 6294 9306
Fax: +65 6392 7476
Website: http://www.hasrytravel.com/

Meridian Holidays Express

Meridian Holidays Express has begun daily shuttle services between Larkin Sentral Terminal in Johor Bahru, and Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort in Singapore. Special package are being offered for visitors that includes two-way bus tickets Larkin-MBS and MBS-Larkin, meal vouchers as well as token chips at the casino – all for only RM110 per person. For more information on this service, please contact Meridian Holidays at Tel: +607 5214 986.

Mesra Liner

Equipped with a fleet of 10 sksbus CP11-LW coaches, Penang-based Mesra Liner is agressively launching new routes to across Peninsular Malaysia. The latest routes introduced by the operator includes Penang-Kuala Terengganu via Kota Bharu and Padang Besar-Kuala Lumpur.

Trans Rengit

A new start-up based in Kuala Lumpur is operating daily services between the points in Klang Valley and the northeastern state of Kelantan. 6 units of Sumai Engineering-built coaches on the M.A.N 18.310 chassis are now operating, configured in a ’2+2′ seating layout with capacity for 40 passengers.

August 2010

A-Class Express

A brand-new start-up has begun coach services in the south of the peninsula. A-Class Express is currently operating 2 Nissan UDJA452S coaches assembled by Master-Defence Technologies (Masdef) on services between Johor Bahru, Seremban and Genting Highlands. We’ll be updating this page with more information on their services as we receive it.

July 2010

Meridian Holidays

The Johor-based operator has launched daily services from Melaka to Johor Bahru and Singapore. With 7 departures a day, Meridian effectively became one of the operators with the most trips between JB/Singapore and Melaka. Although all trips are served on the Super-VIP class 2+1 seater buses, tickets are priced according to industry standards, comparable to the other competitors, RM19 to Johor Bahru and RM22 to Singapore.

With assistance from Meridian Holidays Melaka, Jom Naik Bas! is pleased to announce the scheduled departure timings and the operating details.

Melaka to Singapore via Johor Bahru

  • 3 daily departures - 7.30am, 1.30pm,  7.00pm
  • 7.30am departure will also call at Marina Bay Sands before terminating at Kallang Bahru Bus Station
  • Additional departure on weekends at 4.30pm
  • Meridian will launch departures on other published timings as and when demand picks up

Ekspres Pancaran Matahari

Months after its quiet entrance to Melaka in February, Ekspres Pancaran Matahari has officially launched its own ticketing counter at Melaka Sentral. With this launch, the company have also announced the commencement of twice daily services between Melaka, Changloon and Alor Setar. Buses will depart at 9am and 9pm. The enhancement will greatly benefit commuters heading up north as Pancaran Matahari, ironically enough, did not offer return trips to the northern town even as the buses arrived in Melaka from the aforementioned departure points. For enquiries, please contact the Melaka Sentral counter at tel: 06-288 3188.

June 2010

Sepakat Liner

The long-awaited Mersing service has finally been launched on the 24th of June. With the arrival of its latest coach, Sepakat Liner is now able to offer the nightly service between Lumut and Teluk Intan to Mersing, with an intermediate stop at Kuala Lumpur. The launch was announced on Sepakat Liner’s Facebook page.

Plusliner

The Johor Bahru-Seremban-Johor Bahru service has been extended to serve Putrajaya and Puchong Prima with effect from 19 May 2010.

Mesra Liner

A new nightly service was launched earlier this month between Kelantan and Negeri Sembilan. The service will connect towns such as Kota Bharu, Rantau Panjang, Pasir Mas and Gua Musang in Kelantan, with the state capital Seremban in Negeri Sembilan. Mesra Liner is expecting to add a new morning departure in the near future.

Compass Coaches

The first scheduled express coach service between Kuala Lumpur and the new Marina Bay Sands (MBS) Integrated Resort in Singapore was launched earlier this month. Operated by Compass Coaches, the once-daily service connects visitors from Berjaya Times Square in downtown Kuala Lumpur direct to MBS.

May 2010

Transnasional

Transnasional has started a new route linking Melaka, the administrative capital Putrajaya and Puchong. Four trips are served daily on the Economy Club Class coach; 8am, 12pm, 4pm and 8pm. Tickets can be booked online at http://www.ticket4u.com.my.

CS Travel

Popular holiday destination Cameron Highlands just got more connected to the capital Kuala Lumpur as a new operator begins scheduled services between the 2 cities. CS Travel has started a once daily return trip using a single coach. The service leaves Cameron Highlands at 8.30am, and departs Kuala Lumpur at 2.30pm. Adult tickets starts at RM35 one-way and can be purchased at Counter 37 at Terminal Bukit Jalil. For more information, please call CS Travel at Tel: +605-4911 200. Website: http://www.cstravel.com.my.

April 2010

SKS-KL

Seremban-based Sistem Kenderaan Seremban-Kuala Lumpur or SKS-KL has launched a new service between the coastal town of Port Dickson and Kuala Lumpur. The special express service effectively provided residents of the town with a direct connection to the capital, easing travel inconveniences and concerns for residents working in Kuala Lumpur. The peak-hour only service which began on 1st April departs from Ten Ten Supermarket at 5.30am before calling at Glory Beach Resort at 5.45am. The service will proceed to Kuala Lumpur via the Port Dickson Highway and the North-South Highway. Passengers can choose to disembark at either Pasar Seni (Central Market) or at KLCC (Petronas Twin Towers).

In the evening, the service departs from Wisma Rubber (KLCC) at approximately 6pm and then at Pasar Seni at around 6.30pm, before heading straight to Port Dickson via the highways. Promotional one-way tickets are priced at RM9.50 but passengers may choose to buy the monthly pass at RM350. Please contact the service representative, Mr Tay Eng Chew at Tel: 013-347 0515 or the SKS-KL counters at Tel: 06-763 0866 / 06-767 5660 for any enquiries.

SKS-KL Tawar Satu Lagi Laluan Port Dickson-KL – Bernama News Agency

SP Bumi Ekspres

Terengganu-based stage and express bus operator, S.P. Bumi, has expanded their interstate services to the south with the latest addition to their network. The operator recently launched a new service to Melaka, which is the second destination in the south after Batu Pahat. The service which runs from Kuantan, Kemaman, Dungun and Kuala Terengganu, is operated daily. The new 30-seater Super-VIP class CP11-LW coach from sksbus is deployed on this service.

SP Bumi has added a new trip to this service. The new morning trip will leave Melaka Sentral at 9.30am.

March 2010

Cepat Ekspres

With two brand-new double-deckers, Cepat Ekspres now operates a daily service between the coastal town of Mersing in Johor to the Kedah’s state capital Alor Setar. The Super-VIP class double-decks departs at 7pm from both points and will make stops at Kluang, Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh, Butterworth and Sungai Petani. For more information, please contact Cepat Ekspres at Tel: (07) 799 7400.

88 Lapan Lapan Express

88 Lapan Lapan Express is the latest operator to launch direct services between Singapore and Melaka, operated only on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. More information can be found on the following page - http://www.jomnaikbas.com/88-Lapan-Lapan-Express-to-Melaka.

Transtar Express

Guests from Kuala Lumpur to Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) in Singapore will be able to breeze through to the resort directly as Transtar Travel introduces its daily service to the resort from Kuala Lumpur. More information can be found on the following page - http://www.jomnaikbas.com/Transtar-to-RWS.

Suasana Edaran Express

Suasana Edaran Express has launched an enhancement of one of its existing Singapore-Kuala Lumpur trips, with a stop at Melaka. More information can be found on the following page - http://www.jomnaikbas.com/Suasana-Edaran-to-Melaka.

Odyssey Prestige Coaches

Odyssey Prestige Coaches has become the first express bus service operator to launch twice daily services between Kuala Lumpur and Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) in Singapore. More information can be found on the following page - http://www.jomnaikbas.com/Odyssey-to-RWS.

Plusliner Xtreme

The high-capacity double-deck Xtreme service will be expanded come 1st March 2010. Plusliner is introducing a new route between Kuala Lumpur and Kroh in Perak. The service will also call at Kulim, Baling and Pengkalan Hulu.

  • From Kuala Lumpur, bus will depart at 6 pm and 10 pm.
  • From Kroh, bus will depart at 10.30 am and 3 pm.

February 2010

Cityliner (Syarikat Rembau Tampin / Negeri Sembilan)

Cityliner Negeri Sembilan, operated under the Syarikat Rembau Tampin permit, has launched a new route and enhanced another. They are:

  • A new semi-express service between Seremban and Melaka Sentral via Alor Gajah.
    The service will utilise the North-South Highway (PLUS) on the Alor Gajah-bound trip. It will then use the Lebuh AMJ to Melaka Sentral, via Paya Rumput, Melekek, Cheng and Malim. Passengers may board the service at both Terminal 1 and 2 in Seremban. Tickets are sold over the Transnasional counters. The service has commenced operations from Saturday, 20th February 2010.
  • Enhancement of Service 818 to Kuala Lumpur
    Service 818 which previously operates between Seremban and Kajang, has been extended to Kuala Lumpur with additional stops at Cheras Batu 9, Lebuhraya Grand Saga and Jusco Maluri. It will terminate near Kotaraya Shopping Mall which is adjacent to Puduraya and Mydin Store. The enhancement took effect from 1st February 2010.

Star Coach Ekspres

Star Coach Express is part of the Bintang Group of Companies, which is among the largest provider of trucks and other heavy vehicle services in Malaysia. Star Coach is also an affiliate company of Star Shuttle which operates scheduled services between Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh and KLIA/LCCT. Recently, Star Coach expanded its operations to Singapore, with the introduction of a service from Lumut in Perak. The service will also make stops at Manjung, Sungai Siput and Kuala Lumpur. For more information, please contact the Singapore agent, Golden Coach Express Pte Ltd at Tel: 6392 3623.

January 2010

Ekspres Pancaran Matahari

In an email sent to Jom Naik Bas!, the Customer Communications Division has confirmed that they will be launching a new route between Melaka and Changloon, via Seremban and Kajang. The service is expected to commence from February 2010, although the specific date was not stated. Tickets are now open for sale at any of its ticketing counters. The service will be operated by the new executive class double-deckers launched recently.

Update: Ekspres Pancaran Matahari has confirmed that the new service will commence operations on Monday, 1st February 2010.

Plusliner Xtreme

Jom Naik Bas! has received tipoffs that the Xtreme service has been launched to Penang. We will update this space as we receive it.

Five Stars Tours

Five Stars Tours recently launched a new service between Singapore and Kluang in Johor, with a stop at Johor Bahru. The Nissan JP251S is operating on this service.

Ekspres Sepakat Liner

A new operator, Sepakat Liner, has launched services between Teluk Intan in Perak to the capital Kuala Lumpur. More information will be updated as we receive it.

Ekspres Durian Burung

Ekspres Durian Burung has revamped its corporate image, with the recent launch of its Skyliner double-deckers. Adorned in the operator’s new red-white livery, the Skyliners were put into service on the new Kajang-Kota Bharu service.

Plusliner

Another large operator of express buses, Plusliner, will also begin a selection of services, some of which were re-introduction of previously-terminated routes. All services will be operated by the single-deck coaches, which were displaced recently as the new Xtreme double-deckers entered service.

  • 7 times daily service between Kuantan and Kuala Terengganu. This route was previously operated by Kuantan-Kuala Terengganu Express, a company of Park May Berhad. Park May was the parent company of Plusliner, before being consolidated into Konsortium Transnasional Berhad (KTB).
  • 3 times daily service between Penang and Padang Besar, via Butterworth, Alor Setar, Kangar and Kuala Perlis. This route was previously operated by EBBAN Express, also a company of Park May Berhad.
  • The existing Ipoh-Shah Alam-LCCT service will be split into two services; Ipoh-Shah Alam-Klang and Ipoh-LCCT. 8 trips will be served daily.
  • Twice daily services between Kepala Batas and Kuala Lumpur with an intermediate stop at Butterworth.
  • A new daily service between Ipoh and Penang will be introduced, using the single-deck coach. Service will commence from Tuesday, 26th January 2010. **Latest**

Transnasional

Malaysia’s largest interstate bus operator has introduced even more routes in the New Year. Two new weekend-only services will commence operations on 1st January 2010 and operates only on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

  • Between Segamat and Kangar, with stops at Gemas, Gemencheh (Boarding point in front of Kedai Runcit Ceria), Tamping, Rembau (Bengkel SRT), Seremban (Terminal 2), Sungai Petani and Alor Setar.
  • Between Tampin and Kuala Lumpur via Rembau (Bengkel SRT).

The 38-seater economy-class coaches will be deployed on these services.

December 2009

Eskpres Mesra Liner

A new operator, Ekspres Mesra Liner, has introduced its latest route between Seremban and Kuala Perlis, with stops at Butterworth, Sungai Petani, Alor Setar, Changloon and Kangar. This is a new addition to its current route between Kota Bharu and Penang. The service will depart Terminal 2 Seremban twice daily at 11.30am and 11.30pm. The new sksbus P11C Super-VIP single-deck coach is deployed on this route.

Ekspres Transnasional

Transnasional expands its domestic interstate services with several new and enhanced routes commencing 1st December 2009:

  • A new service will operate between Teluk Intan and Alor Setar, via Kampar, Ipoh and Sungai Petani. The Club Class coach will be deployed on this service.
  • A new route operating between Kangar and Kuala Terengganu, with stops at Kuala Perlis, Alor Setar and Sungai Petani. The new service will be served on the Business Class coach.
  • Also operated by the Business Class buses is the Kuala Perlis to Kuala Terengganu service, which will also stop at Kangar, Alor Setar, Sungai Petani and Jerteh.
  • The Kuala Lumpur – Taiping service will be enhanced with stops at Changkat Jering and Simpang.
  • A new service between Batu Pahat and Klang via Muar and Shah Alam, on the Economy Class bus.

  • With immediate effect, all trips on the Melaka – Johor Bahru service will be operated by the new Daewoo Club Class buses which runs on CNG. These environmentally-friendly buses will also be operated on the Kuala Lumpur – Kluang service which was re-introduced recently.
  • The Club Class CNG coaches will also be serving the new Batu Pahat to Kuala Lumpur route, which will begin operations from 7th December 2009.
  • The Lumut-Kuala Kangsar-Butterworth service has been extended to Sungai Petani with immediate effect.

KKKL Express

The existing Batu Pahat – Kuala Terengganu route has been enhanced with an extension to Kota Bharu in Kelantan. Other operating details remains unchanged for now. The service will still make stops at Muar, Segamat and Kuantan, served by the Volvo B7R single-deck coach.

Plusliner

Introduction of a new service between Kuala Lumpur and Sungai Petani, from 1st December 2009.

Airebus Platinum Cruiser by WTS Travel

The planned refurbishment of Airebus’ existing coaches are on track with the completion and commissioning of the second refurbished double-decker. The refurbishment project will standardize facilities and equipments on the Airebus, similar to existing WTS Travel buses. The first of the remaining two unrefurbished high-decker coaches have just entered a workshop for conversion. Airebus’ coaches exclusively serves the Singapore (Grand Central Hotel)-Kuala Lumpur (Crowne Plaza Hotel) route.

Plusliner Xtreme

The Xtreme double-deckers have been launched on the Kuala Lumpur-Ipoh route, becoming the latest of Plusliner services that has received them. Two Xtreme buses are currently operating on the route.

Cosmic Mesra Rakyat Express

Another new double-deck coach operator has begun services between Alor Setar and Kuala Lumpur. Cosmic Express is the first operator in Malaysia to operate the Scania K380IB 6×2 chassis, of the fifth generation of Scania’s K-series. 3 such coaches have been in operation and Cosmic Express expects to launch new routes in the coming weeks.

Meridian Holidays Express

A new trip at 11.30pm has been added to its daily Singapore-Kuala Lumpur service. This will replace the 7.30pm trip, which has been terminated.

Responses

  1. really need to know what coach going to hatyai from kuala lumpur..
    any web booking for those coach

  2. Hi Kamal. Some of the regular operators to Hat Yai from Kuala Lumpur are KKKL, Konsortium Bas Ekspres (KBES) and Sri Maju. There are other operators as well. They currently do not offer any online bookings so I would suggest that you check directly with the counters at Hentian Puduraya.

    Jom Naik Bas!

  3. thanks bro….
    do u know the ‘other coach’ i mean…
    KBES & sri maju are the pioneer i know ..but just want to know the option…

    tq.

  4. My apologies but I do not have any immediate information as to what other companies serves Hat Yai from KL.

  5. its ok…..but anyway thanks for the info …

  6. You can try Alisan Golden Coach Express.

  7. travelaff:- thanks…i’ve bought ticket already..
    will travelling to hatyai this weekend with SRI MAJU new DD

  8. pergh, those who have guts can try the JA hidecker..he he he

  9. got back from hadyai with few experince travveling by coach…
    gone to hadyai twice this month…

    1st exp,
    departure: take sri maju DD coach (RM55) depart 10pm
    from pudu raya but got delay leave at 11pm + stop by at alor star
    reach hadyai next morning at 10.30am very tiring
    ride
    return: take KBES DD coach at 12pm (bath420)leave sharp on time reach puduraya 10.00pm

    2exp,
    departure: take KKKL new snoozer (RM60) 10.30pm leave puduraya 10.45pm reach CTC changloon at 3.50am,no 4 on the cue at immiration checkpoint
    reach hadyai 8.30am (i recommend this coach)
    return: take KBES DD coach got discount (bath20) from previus ticket only pay (bath400),due to heavy rain and this particular type of coach cant drive fast during rain reach puduraya at 10.30pm

  10. got new bus service also to thailand -
    Amazing express (single deck sks body)

  11. Thank you kamal for sharing the information with us. Very much appreciated!

  12. what is the last bus form kl sentral to seremban teminal 1?

  13. alo..mr.boon…wrong thread lah..!!!

  14. Is there any service from Singapore to Seremban?

  15. Hi WK.

    Plusliner operates a daily service between Singapore and Terminal 2 Seremban. You may click on the Plusliner link on the right-hand column for more details. Thank you.

  16. Hai, jst want to find out the total fare to kuala lumpur for march school holiday on 15th march 2010 n return 17th march 2010. 2 adult 2 kid(6yrs & 8 yrs old) and infant 5mth. And i want to know the time dep. and return?

  17. hyai sye nak tumpang tnye bas sp bumi dia pergi tak kedah bas du tingkat???harga sekali brp tiga orang

  18. hi,

    my name is hanish . this is the first time i went to k.l.iwish you and your family will go there 1 day:)

  19. Hi,
    I saw your comment that Plusliner operates a daily service between Singapore and Seremban but the Plusliner website has no such information.

    Guess the website is not updated.

    LC

  20. Hi LC.

    Indeed, the Plusliner website has not been updated with the latest information on their services, Singapore included.

  21. hey bro do you have any lobangs buying the KTB calender? if possible could get me 1 too?

  22. mai sp ke kaunter 10 dapatkan bis kad yang mempunyai diskaunt untuk perjalanan ke kuala lumpur , kajang dan seremban. kad ini hanya sah di kaunter 10 sungai petani sahaja tau

  23. thanks for your help bro!

  24. Alisan Express operate daily coach service to Seremban at 0030hrs.

  25. Star Coach Express is part of the Bintang Group of Companies, which is among the largest provider of trucks and other heavy vehicle services in Malaysia. Star Coach is also an affiliate company of Star Shuttle which operates scheduled services between Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh and KLIA/LCCT. Recently, Star Coach expanded its operations to Singapore, with the introduction of a service from Lumut in Perak. The service will also make stops at Manjung, Sungai Siput and Kuala Lumpur. For more information, please contact the Singapore agent, GOLDEN COACH EXPRESS SERVICE PTE.LTD AT TEL :02-91577894

  26. Is there a coach service from Larkin to BB Bangi or Kajang Bus Terminal?

  27. Hi Mama Nurul.

    There is at least one company that operates between Johor Bahru (Larkin) and Kajang, which is Eagle Ekspres.

  28. As’kum
    I need to find out if there is any bus shuttles from Kuala Terengganu Airport to Awana Kijal this coming March 2010 holidays. How much is the fare for 3 adults n 3 kids? What’s the schedule like? How fare is the bus terminal from the airport?

  29. Hi and Waalaikumussalam Nur Rita.

    There are no direct bus services from the airport to Awana Kijal. However, the alternatives are to get to the bus terminal at Kuala Terengganu (via taxi) and then hop on to a bus heading to Kuantan or Kemaman. There are several bus companies (citybus and express bus) that serves the route. You may want to check with the bus operators on the scheduling and ticket prices.

  30. Assalamualaikum and good day,

    May I know is there any buses from Kajang to Bandar Penawar.

    tq

  31. salam…
    im frm shah alam n planning to go to universal studio in singapore this coming may, any idea how to reach there by bus… tks

  32. Hi tyro.

    Currently, Odyssey and Transtar operates daily services between Kuala Lumpur and Resorts World Sentosa. You can find more information on the services on our main page.

  33. Is there a bus service from Ipoh to Kuala Perlis/Alor Setar in the early morning (3.00 am to 5 am) & also any direct bus service from Kuala Perlis/Alor Setar to mersing? If available, whether online booking possible or not?
    Thankimg you.

  34. Hi Bikram.

    As far as we know, there aren’t any bus services between Ipoh and Kuala Perlis/Alor Setar that early in the morning. As for Alor Setar to Mersing, Cepat Ekspres operates a double-decker service between the two towns departing at 7pm daily. Unfortunately, there are no online ticketing available for the service. We have posted pictures of the double-deckers for the service on this page.

  35. Hi ..i always travel from S.Petani to S.alam.So far i take Shamisha Holiday,Persada,Super Nice and latest Konsortium Melayu Kelang express bus.But from SP normally Shamisha express,Super Nice always drop passenger to Klang & S.Alam at KL and change to other bus.So is it any new express bus for operate to s.alam ??.
    I also alway travel to JB once in a month.Any new express bus to this location….Last time I alway take Konsortium,SuperNice,Mayang Sari & Star Mart.. any new express bus ??

  36. Hi there,

    I wonder do you have any clue where there is any coach that goes to melaka from Pasarakyat Bus Terminal? Pls shed some light.

  37. Hi Jen.

    There are no known scheduled express bus service to Melaka from Hentian Pasarakyat.

  38. Hi,

    I want to know if there is any coach from melaka to kl and to lumut. What’s the most comfortable bus that goes by these routes?

  39. Hi Ken.

    The KL-Melaka sector has one of the highest frequencies of any sectors in Malaysia. Delima Ekspres, Metrobus Express, 707 Travel, Mayang Sari Ekspres, Melor Interline, City Express and Transnasional are just some of the operators on this route, most leaving at an hourly intervals as early as 6am.

    Transnasional and SE Super Ekspres operates between Melaka and Lumut. Transnasional deploys the Business Class ’2+1′ Daewoo coach whereas SE Super deploys the MAN coach with a more conventional ’2+2′ seats.

  40. is there any bus/coach from causewaypoint (singapore) to pudu bus terminal (kuala lumpur) ? If there is, please include details so that i can make booking asap. thank you

  41. Hello

    Could you please advise me which bus should I take travelling from Mersing to Kuala Terrenganu?
    And can I book it online?

    Thank you

  42. Hi Lynna.

    There are no direct coach services between Causeway Point and Puduraya in Kuala Lumpur.

  43. Hi gosia.

    Transnasional operates twice daily services from Mersing to Kuala Terengganu. Tickets can now be bought online via http://www.ticket4u.com.my.

  44. Hi, I need to go to baling kedah this monday, is there any bas that go straight from shah alam? Where should i get the ticket from?

  45. Hi dayang.

    I’m afraid there isn’t any bus between Shah Alam and Baling.

  46. hi!,may i know if there any bus that can go to kampar,perak from muar,johor?
    and if got can i brought two way?
    hope to hear from you soon.

  47. I wish to know is there any bus from Seremban to LCCT. Hope you can help me.

  48. Hi again,
    Regarding the bus between Shah Alam Or Kuala Lumpur to Baling… Is there any chances plusliner make a route to Baling…. I used to travel by Car to Baling, I did see Plusliner several time in the Baling Bus Terminal. Please sir, any bus also can…

  49. Hi Victor.

    There is no known bus service between Kampar and Muar.

  50. Hi Metzelder.

    Plusliner operates a service between Seremban and LCCT.

  51. Hi dayang.

    Plusliner operates twice daily services between Kuala Lumpur and Baling on the Xtreme double-deck buses. More information can be found further up this page.

  52. Apart from boarding plusliner and transnasional to go to pengkalan hulu(ph) from kl, is there other options? My daughter need to arrive in ph after 10 am and before 5pm on 19 Apr.

    Or is there any bus service from ipoh to ph? Please advice me

  53. Hi Aididah.

    Our sincere apologies but we do not have any immediate information on other services to Pengkalan Hulu from KL or Ipoh.

  54. Hi

    Can advise what is the best coach company that goes from JB to Trengganu? We are going to Redang from there. Travelling with kids, so comfort is important.

  55. Hi May.

    Mind providing us with the exact diesmbarkation point in Terengganu? Thank you.

  56. Is there any bus from KL to Sungai Besar, Selangor available in Bukit Jalil too?and what alternative available for me to purchase the bus ticket?

  57. Sorry forgot to mention that its Kuala Trengganu – MPKT, Jalan Masjid Abidin
    Kuala Terengganu
    We are going from Larkin J.Bahru.

    Also any idea what time the counters open in Kuala Trengganu as we have to go there and buy our return tickets to Singapore coz they dont sell to and back tickets at Larkin.

    Thanks

  58. Hi keichie.

    Sabak Bernam Ekspres should operate to Sungai Besar from Kuala Lumpur. The bus now departs from Terminal Bukit Jalil. There are no online ticketing available for the service. You may contact the operator at 05-621 5466.

  59. Hi May.

    Transnasional operates 5 return trips daily to Kuala Terengganu. Maju Ekspres is a new operator which operates twice daily services. These two operators deploys the Business Class and Super-VIP buses respectively on the routes.

    Generally, the counters should be open from 9am onwards.

  60. Hi Jom

    Thanks a whole bunch.

  61. Hi, Aididah

    I going to Baling on 19th. If you looking for a bus to Ph, you can take the bus from Baling. Its about 15 minute only… I’m traveling by S.E Express from Klang Central. You can ask the counter if you want to go strait to PH.

  62. Jom, you can include new route between PD and KLCC that started this month.

    SKS-KL runs the route.

  63. hi…
    I n my wife from kl planning ke hat yai June 2010. Boleh bagi cadangan bas paling best dan waktu bertolak dan sampai. thanks

  64. i cadangkan u naik KKKL- business class seat ader personal TV,bertolak dari KL pukul 10.30pm

  65. Hi Hasmadi.

    Seperti yang dicadangkan oleh Kamal, KKKL Express menyediakan khidmat bas jenis Executive Class dari KL ke Hatyai. Selain itu, Sri Maju dan Konsortium juga menyediakan khidmat ke Hatyai dengan bas-bas jenis Super VIP. Sila layari laman Facebook kami untuk mendapatkan gambaran tentang bas-bas tersebut.

  66. Any bus from Butterworth to Kemaman or vice versa? If yes, what time departure and arrival. Thanks

  67. whether the durian burung liner provides services from kuala lumpur to Pasir Puteh / Jerteh?
    tq

  68. Hi

    I am from Klang. Do you know whether I can get a night bus from Klang Sentral to K.Trengganu?

    Tq

  69. would appreciate reply via email.

    tq

  70. Hi…
    Tompang tanya sikit…Saya selalu gak naik baik dari SP ke Larkin ( JB ).Sejak dari 2005 sampai sekarang.Pernah naik Konsortium,Super Nice,Durian Burung(DD),Mayang Sari,Bandar,StartMart(laju basnye..)Dan baru2 ni Eltabina… Hajat nak try semua bas yg pergi dari SP ke JB…Boleh tolong cadangkan bas2 yg belum saya try ??

  71. is there any bus from kuala lumpur 11pm to segamat

  72. Hi Jennifer.

    The last bus departing Kuala Lumpur for Segamat is at 8pm.

  73. salam…
    if you can give link to their web, mybe its better :)

  74. Hi Amal.

    A comprehensive list of express bus operators have been compiled on the right-hand bar of the page. Nevertheless, we will look into your suggestion. Thank you.

  75. hi did any express buses going to kulim from singapore

  76. ANY BUS DEPART FROM KLANG SENTRAL TO MALACCA? AND WAT TIME THE BUS AVAILABLE?

    THANKS

  77. Hi Mich.

    Transnasional and Cepat Sedia Express has daily services between Melaka Sentral and Klang Sentral. While we do not have immediate information on departure timings for Cepat Sedia, Transnasional bus departs at 8.30am, 12.30pm and 4.30pm from both terminals.

  78. Hi,
    Looking for sponsorships for coaches.
    Does anyone here do something like this?
    If sponsored, Their company logo can be placed at our website
    Thanks
    Vishnu
    Operations Director
    0122951681

  79. Hi,

    I would like to ask whether there is a direct coach from Singapore to Klang. I’ve checked a few coaches, but it seems that there’s only the route from JB to Klang but none from SG.

    Kindly advise. Thanks so much!

  80. normally, only transnasional go directly from jb to klang, but no buses go directly from jb to klang

  81. remarks-cepat sedia
    from klg-s.alam-mlk-muar
    time 9am, 1pm, 3pm(only when public holiday), 3.30pm, 7.30pm…,
    kaunter no.8

  82. Hi Lynz.

    Jom Naik Bas! understands that there are at least 2 operators that has services to Klang from Singapore. One of them is SE Super Ekspres and they operate the Singapore-JB-Klang route. Grassland Express is the local agent for SE Super Ekspres. Another operator is Golden Diamond (Mahligai Ekspres) from Lavender Street Bus Terminal. This service however will make stops at Seremban and Shah Alam. Tickets can be bought online at http://www.hasryexpress.com.

  83. New,New,New Route for city express…. S.Alam-klang-B’worth-Penang-B’worth-Klang-S.Alam….. Early in the morning 8.30a.m, 2.30p.m, 9p.m.. From both station (s.alam & b’worth).

    Laluan Baru city express…. S.Alam-klang-B’worth-Penang-B’worth-Klang-S.Alam…… Yang terawal pagi 8.30pagi, 2.30ptg, 9mlm… Dari kedua-dua terminal bas (s.alam & b’worth).

  84. ada tak bas dari hentian kajang ke teluk intan? waktu? tq

  85. Hi Lynz

    Singapore to Klang you can try Five Stars Tour counter at Golden Mile Complex. They have 2 services to Klang.

    Normally at 1030pm they have a VIP coach to Klang using LPMS Express Double Deck

    1030pm Executive Coach to Klang using single deck Golden Diamond

    By the way both of them go to KL follow by Klang

  86. Any best vip/executive coach frm jb to kl/pj?

  87. hi ,
    i would like to enquire , is there any direct bus travel from singapore to port dickson …?we will be goin to The Legend Water Homes at Port Dickson on 29/07/2010..

  88. Hi dm3.

    NICE++ offers daily services between KL (Old KTM Railway Station) and JB. NICE++ is fitted with personal entertainment systems and an onboard coach attendant serving food and drinks. More information on the following page -> http://www.jomnaikbas.com/nice-executive-express/.

  89. Hi Hanz Zunaizah.

    There are no scheduled direct bus express services between Singapore and Port Dickson.

  90. Hello, i want to travel by bus from Seremban to Muar, pls advise how to go about booking a ticket. tq

  91. at what time ar the bus from sg besar to KL?

  92. hi..i’m been thinking to go to Kemaman from Batu Pahat. Is there any bus provides that services

  93. Hi Ridzuan.

    Transnasional provides daily express bus services between Kemaman and Batu Pahat. You can even book your tickets online at http://www.ticket4u.com.my/.

  94. May i know any bus depart from Kuala Terengganu to Batu Pahat on 2/8/10 afternoon??

  95. May I know between Cosmic Mesra Rakyat Express, Durian Burung and Pancaran Matahari which is most comfortable?

  96. Hi Cendy Koh.

    You can try Transnasional at http://www.ticket4u.com.my/.

  97. Hi Eric.

    We would recommend Cosmic due to their seats which we felt are more comfortable than those fitted on the other operators you mentioned. We also thought that Cosmic provides a more generous legroom and seat pitch.

  98. Thanks for information.
    Cosmic go to Melaka from Alor Setar?
    Between Pancaran Matahari and Durian Burung which operator will you suggest in terms of comfortable and new buses?

  99. may i know the contact number for KKKL bus from kl to hatyai using super snoozer double decker bus ? thanks .

  100. Hi Eric.

    Cosmic does not have any services to Melaka as of now.

    We would suggest Pancaran Matahari as they have newer buses and the buses fitted with more comfortable seats.

  101. Hi alex.

    You can contact KKKL at Tel: 03-2031 7599.

  102. Thanks Jom Naik Bas. really fast reply.

  103. hi..
    may i know the trip of cepat express from kuantan to batu pahat…the departure time and the price for adult..

  104. hi Jom Naik Bas!

    I want to know, is there any bus with packages from terminal larkin to Universal Studio, Singapore?
    Like what CS Travel did – package to Cameron Highlands.

  105. Hi malynd.

    707 Travel Group operates a range of services/packages from Johor to Resorts World Sentosa. You may contact the agent for more information at tel: 04-263 7707 / 04-263 1707.

  106. Jom Naik Bus!,

    Thanks for your info.

  107. Jom Naik Bas!,

    I just check the web for 707 Travel Group, but they did not have any services/packages to Universal Studio ..

    Can u help me to find other bus services?

    Thnx

  108. Hi malynd.

    Tours to RWS is operated by 707 Travel Group affiliate, LKS Bus & Tours. LKS Bus & Tours has direct services from as far as Melaka and Kluang to RWS. Their website http://www.lks707.com/ does not currently publish any details with regards to its packages to RWS. It’s better for you to call them directly to know more about their Universal Studios packages.

  109. Jom Naik Bas!,

    I already visited their website..

    I will contact them directly..

    Your co-operation is highly appreciated.

    Thanks!

  110. Hi there,

    Just want to know if there is any bus service between the new Klang Central terminal ( in Meru ) to Baling ?

    Thanx !

  111. Hello Jom Naik Bas,

    Ada tak bus/coach direct dari JB ke Awana Kijal, Terengganu pergi balik? Transportation lain mcm leceh. Atau ada suggestion lain?

    TQVM!

  112. is there any bus from shah alam to lcct??sblum ni plusliner ade tp die da split jd 2 route bru ipoh-sh alam-klang n ipoh-lcct…help me please..

    TQ…

  113. Hello Jom Naik Bas.

    Nak tanya sikit…saya dr SP selalu pergi JB .Nak tahu jugak bas yg selesa.Dulu selalu naik KBES ( bas nya ok..tapi macam dah buruk aje ),SuperNice
    ( bas luas tapi suspension tak ok…keras ),Durian Burung ( DD..tapi sekarang dah tak ada ),Mayang Sari ..Bas baru ,tapi sempit dan bunyi bising ..mgkn
    spring kot ?,Bandar ( dah tak ada ),Starmart…bas baru & laju….,Sekarang saya dah tukar Eltabina..
    Basnya ok ,seat luas & selesa…tak bunyi spring..kenapa..?
    Harap kawan2 yg tolong rekemen bas apa yg selesa ke JB.

    T.Kasih

  114. Hi Faridh.

    We do not know of any bus services that connects Klang Sentral and Banting.

  115. Hi ali.

    Maaf, kami tidak mempunyai maklumat mengenai khidmat bas antara JB dan Awana Kijal.

  116. Hi kimi.

    Menurut laman web rasmi LCCT, Plusliner masih lagi menyediakan khidmat antara LCCT dan Shah Alam melalui KLIA. Selain itu, Aerobus juga ada menyediakan khidmat serupa.

  117. kenapa bas dkt melaka skt sangat ye

  118. Brader, is there any express bus from PJ to JB town?

  119. Ade tak mane2 ekspress bus dari KLIA yang melalui Bandar Kuala Selangor?Atau pun bus From KLIA to Teluk Intan yang melalui Kuala Selangor.

  120. Is there any direct coach service from Singapore to Port Dickson (THE LEGEND WATER CHALET / THE THISTLE PORT DICKSON)

    Thanks!

  121. Is there any express from Larkin JB that ends stops at Bukit Bintang ? If not how do I get to Sungei Wang after arriving in KL ?

  122. Hi Alor.

    We understand that there are no scheduled express bus services between Johor Bahru and Petaling Jaya.

  123. Hi Mohd Fauzi.

    Setakat ini, tiada perkhidmatan bas dari KLIA ke Kuala Selangor disediakan.

  124. Hi Arie.

    There are no direct scheduled coach services between Singapore and Port Dickson.

  125. Hi Mohamed Ali.

    Buses from Larkin will only stop at Terminal Bukit Jalil. To get to Sungei Wang, take the Sri Petaling LRT to Hang Tuah Station, and then change to KL Monorail and alight at Bukit Bintang Station.

  126. saya ingin dptkan infomasi.

    Bus company apa yg pergi ke Tanah Merah/Kota Bahru dari JB dan KL.
    Waktu nya dan juga kos nya.
    Bus tersebut punyai berapa tempat duduk.
    Kalau blh berikan saya contact no.

    Saya ucapkan ribuan trmksh.

  127. Boleh tak sesiapa bagitau pukul berapa last bus dari Jln Duta ke Alor Star (bas dua tingkat atau yang agak selesa)?

    Terima kasih

  128. nk tya sket..tiket bas utk raya ke kedah dari bukit jalil dh start jual ka??

  129. utk tarikh 04.09.2010..

    trimas…:)

  130. Update! Alisan Golden Coach KL-Hatyai route now is available online @ http://www.busonlineticket.com. Heard that Hatyai-KL route will be available soon as well!

  131. anyone can tell me how i can get to port dickson from terminal one seremban bus station to port dickson? thanks

  132. Hi anonymous.

    Cityliner has regular services to Port Dickson from Seremban.

  133. nk tnye…..bleh suggest x bus dr kota bharu,klntan ke butterworth penang??
    atau kota bharu ke kulim kedah?
    hrga bpe ek??

  134. Hi budaknursing.

    Terdapat banyak syarikat bas yang menyediakan perkhidmatan antara Kota Bharu dan Pulau Pinang. Antaranya ialah Konsortium Bas Ekspres (KBES), Mesra Liner, Shamisha Ekspress, eMutiara, eBudaya, Transnasional dan juga NICE. Harga tiket dianggarkan sekitar RM40 sehala.

  135. hye….

    bas dari ipoh ke mersing, pukul berape jer ade?

  136. hi…
    nk tanya..bleh tak suggestkan bas ekspres klu dr pasir mas, rantau panjang)
    nk balik melaka ?
    bape harga dia?

  137. I want to know if there is a bus going to Pengalan Hulu from KL and how is is the fare

  138. Hi lee.

    Plusliner Xtreme has twice daily services from Kuala Lumpur to Pengkalan Hulu, at 9pm and 11pm. Fare is RM37.50 for adults and departs from Old KTM Railway Station instead of Terminal Bukit Jalil. Online ticketing is available at http://www.ticket4u.com.my/.

  139. Could you please adv
    1. The bus route from S’pore-Penang.
    2. Where is the pick up point in S’pore and
    where the bus drop us in Penang area.
    3. How many hours it will take Spore to Penang
    4. Departure time from Spore & arrival time penang
    4. Please adv the fare

  140. Hi IIS.

    To answer your queries:

    1. The route from Singapore to Penang will utilise the whole stretch of North-South Highway, via the 2nd Link at Tuas.

    2. Most buses will depart from Golden Mile Complex/Golden Mile Tower at Beach Road. However, some may depart from Boon Lay Place. At Penang, most buses will call at Butterworth Bus Terminal at the mainland, as well as Sungai Nibong Bus Terminal at Penang Island.

    3. The journey will take approximately 8-9 hours.

    4. Most buses will depart at night around 9pm or 10pm. Selected departures are also available in the morning.

    5. Fares range between S$45 to S$80 depending on coach type, weekdays/weekends and seasonal demand.

  141. Hi, any direct bus from Singapore to Seremban?

  142. Hi May Ching.

    There are several operators offering direct services to Seremban. These includes:

    - Starmart Express, tel: 6396 5681
    - Mahligai Express c/o Hasry Ekspres, tel: 6294 9306
    - SE Super c/o Grassland Express, tel: 6293 1166
    - *Plusliner, tel: 6256 5775

    *operates only on Friday.

  143. hello… may i know if thre is any bus xpress from kuantan to larkin, jb? thanks..

  144. hello.. may i know if there is any bus ekspress from kuantan to larkin, jb? thanks..

  145. hi, need to know if any direct bus frm p.j. to pengkalan hulu/kroh..? where do i buy tickets? bus sheduel? planning to go end of the month…how much are the tickets, one way and 2 ways?

    thanks

  146. Hi Farah Izzati.

    There are many operators providing services between Kuantan and Johor Bahru. They include Transnasional, Maju and Shamisha Express.

  147. Hi Jane Teh.

    There are no services from Petaling Jaya to Pengkalan Hulu. You will have to board from either Terminal Bukit Jalil or the Old KTM Railway Station (for Plusliner services).

  148. Hi, is there any bus direct to RW Sentosa from Johor Jaya, Scudai or Kulai ? Please help to provide time table and departure location.

    Thank you.

  149. Hi JJ Sim.

    There are direct services between many points in Johor to Resorts World Sentosa. Schedules may be changed from time to time and it’s best that you check with the operators directly for an up-to-date information.

    LKS Bus and Tours, an affilliate of 707 Travel Group, operates these services. They can be contacted at tel: 07-276 9707, 07-663 7707.

  150. TQ Very much !

  151. Saya ingin daakah terdapat pekhidmatan bas dari alor setar ke kemaman. Terima kasih

  152. Hi!, is there any express bus going to Sg. Petani ( Kedah ) at Bukit Jalil stadium? Please help to provide time table and departure location and bus fare as well.

  153. hello.may i ask..which company have bus to go melaka?ipoh to melaka…8 am?ty

  154. Hi Phoon.

    There are many companies that operates on the Kuala Lumpur-Sungai Petani route. Among them are Transnasional, Mara Liner, Konsortium Bas Ekspres, Pancaran Matahari, AB Express, Jelita Transtours, Durian Burung Ekspres, Cosmic Angle and Sani Express. Most operators have departures throughout the day whereas tickets are priced between RM34 to RM40, depending on the operator.

  155. Hi Roziana.

    Other than Transnasional which operates a daily service in the afternoon, Cepat Ekspres also operates on the route twice a day; mornings and evenings.

  156. wanna ask… if i wan rent a bus + driver .. how to get??
    me from sungai petani

  157. sy nak gi genting dari JB……
    tapi x de bas satu je ad star mart…..

  158. weyh, bas cosmic mana??
    x termasuk carta ka?
    biaq btui

  159. Hi Ong.

    Buses are available for rent from most operators. The list of operators are available on the right-hand margin of this page.

  160. Salam Ariffin.

    707 Travel Group juga ada menyediakan khidmat JB-Genting.

  161. Salam Mohd Saifull.

    Kami tidak mempunyai maklumat mengenai khidmat bas ekspres baru dari Cosmic Angle. Kerana itu, Cosmic Angle tidak disertakan di sini.

  162. hi,
    since there is no direct bus fr sgp to port dickson (avillion water chalet), which other way can i get to PD?

    Is there any express bus from larkin?
    Or shd I take an express bus to seremban then change to another express bus from seremban to PD ? if that is the case can u recommend wat express bus i shd take?

    tks.

  163. Hi Wati Anwar.

    The only alternative is by bus through Seremban. There are many express bus from Larkin which departs every other hour. We’d recommend Starmart Express or Plusliner to Seremban. From Seremban, hop on a Cityliner bus that will take you direct to Port Dickson Bus Terminal. We apologise that we are unable to provide the service number.

  164. ad klu nak nai 707 brp…..Rm

  165. is there any double decker bus going from ipoh to kuala perlis?

  166. is there any double decker bus going from ipoh to kuala perlis?anytime can

  167. Hi Sufi.

    There isn’t any double-decker service that serves Ipoh-Kuala Perlis that we know of.

  168. is there any double decker bus from ipoh to kuala lumpur?

  169. Hi, I would like to know is there a direct bus from Larkin to Cameron Highlands, and the time it takes. If we take the bus from Larkin to Ipoh, will there be a bus to cameron highlands and how long it takes to get there. Thanks

  170. is there any express bus to langkawi on 4 november night??

  171. hello.may i ask..which company have bus to go from kajang to JB or Singapore

  172. Hi Alif.

    Plusliner Xtreme double-deckers are serving the Ipoh-KL route.

  173. Hi Lim.

    Unititi Express operates a once daily service between Larkin and Cameron Highlands. The journey may take about 8.5 hours. From Ipoh, there are express and semi-express buses to Cameron Highlands, such as Kinta Omnibus and Ekspres Kurnia Bistari. The journey takes around 3.5 hours from Ipoh.

  174. Hi Chia.

    We expect tickets on that day to be still available. However, it’s best to check directly with the operators for the latest seat availability.

  175. Hi Mohanan.

    There is at least one company that operates between Johor Bahru (Larkin) and Kajang, which is Eagle Ekspres.

  176. hye there..
    please suggest for me any express buses except the double decker bus from Kangar to Johor Bahru (Larkin) ..

  177. Hi,

    May i know if there are bus to gemas?

  178. Hi Jom Naik Bas!

    There isn’t any direct bus from Butterworth/Penang to pengkalan hulu/kroh.(Betong in the end)
    Refer to Plusliner Xtreme’s route: KL to Kroh in Perak,(the service will also call at Kulim, Baling and Pengkalan Hulu.)
    Is there any bus from Butterworth/Penang to Kulim and can take the bus at Kulim(2 AM)in time?

  179. Hi
    Would appreciate if anyone could let me know if i can get a bus from sunway/pj to jb?

  180. what is the price to rent a bus with 40 seat that go genting highland if i’m at kajang?

  181. Dear all,

    Never ever take KWOK PING EXPRESS. This is the lousy company, I had my terrible experience with them. If im not mistaken, the only permit the company have is KLANG-SHAH ALAM-JB. What happen is, this company sell bus ticket to malacca, seremban, muar, etc… The way their staff and driver talking are very rude and they cheating their customer. I intended to buy KLG to SPORE but the staff told me all bus company full dy due to raya. However, aft bought the ticket I found that FIVE STAR and SE EKSPRES actually have ticket to SPORE on the date I request. On the day I travel, I took the bus from Klang to JB on 10/9/10 at 8.30AM. Below is what happen during my journey.

    0845: Bus enter platform
    0930: Bus leave platform. (1 hour late)
    0950: Enter Shah Alam Bus Station (15min)
    1045: Stop at highway (net to seremban toll) and ask those who want to stop at sbn get down from the bus. What the hell the company do?? Jz dump their passenger at highway and claim it is seremban. (Those get down are all foreigner).
    1230: Bus stop at Yong Peng for 20mins. Again, ask those wanted to go Muar to get down here. The driver sound very rude. Then, we continue journey to JB..

    WTH?? why dump ppl at somewhr whr ppl cant get other bus to the destination?? irresponsible bus company…Please boycott this company. KWOK PING EXPRESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  182. Is there a bus from KL/PJ to Kulai, or stop over at Kulai? Thanks.

  183. Hi Olivia.

    There are no known bus services that links Sunway/PJ to Johor Bahru.

  184. Hi canellyh.

    Please contact your preferred bus operator for a quotation. Their websites can be found under the Tour Bus Operators section on the right side of this page.

  185. Hi Alor.

    You can try Transnasional.

  186. Hi lalink7.

    S&S International Express operates on the Kangar-JB route.

  187. bro any idea how to travel from KL-Pontian by coach?

  188. I want to rent an air-cond express bus with 40 seat to sunway piramid at kuala lumpur on november 21. (pick up from kajang). i would like to know the price of the bus ?

  189. can u name the bus that defrag from johor bahru to lumut. and i don’t want the usual bus like transnational,plusliner etc. VVIP if can. tq.

  190. Hi Kamal.

    We are inclined to think that there might be no direct coach services between KL and Pontian. However, a search on the internet appears that an Emas Express operates on the route. We are still unable to verify the information as of this point.

  191. Hi Canelyh.

    Please find the list of tour bus operators on the right-hand column of this page. You may be able to get a quotation directly from the operators. Thank you.

  192. Hi Syafizan.

    Other operators that serves Lumut from Johor Bahru includes Sri Maju and Maju Ekspres. Both companies operates Super VIP and Executive Class coaches on the route.

  193. can u name me the bus which is defrag direct from johor bahru to lumut. the executive bus ok. tq.

  194. Hello. Can you help me please? Is there any bus leaving from Seremban direct to Singapore on a Friday? Thanks.

  195. ssss

  196. thank you very much!

  197. Hi Syafizan.

    We understand that Sri Maju deploys the high-decker Executive Coach on several trips. You might want to contact them for further details.

  198. Hi Lim.

    Plusliner operates two trips to Singapore from Seremban on Fridays – 12pm and 6pm.

    http://www.ticket4u.com.my/

  199. salam sejahtera..

    kpd semua,adakah sesiapa yg tahu berkenaan bas durian burung trip kL-kota bharu @ kL-kuantan??

    adakah durian burung masih lagi ingin mengekalkan trip ke pantai timur terutama kL-kota bharu?

    thanks..

  200. can somebody inform me is there any bus direct from shah alam to lcct and which station, section 17, hentian bandar or PKNS complex? what about the ticket prices?
    thanks.

  201. Salam Jumaiee.

    Syarikat Ekspres Durian Burung sekarang beroperasi di bawah pengurusan yang baru. Berikutan itu, pengurusan yang baru telah memutuskan untuk menghentikan perkhidmatan antara KL/Kota Bharu dan juga KL/Kuantan. Kami juga difahamkan bahawa perkhidmatan ke Johor Bahru telah ditamatkan. Langkah ini diambil sebagai persediaan syarikat Durian Burung untuk menembusi pasaran baru di Malaysia.

  202. Hi affiz.

    There are regular direct bus services between LCCT and Shah Alam. These shuttles departs from several locations in Shah Alam that includes Terminal Bas Seksyen 17, Hentian Bandar Shah Alam and Kompleks PKNS. The shuttles are operated by Aerobus, Plusliner and Star Shuttle. More information on the services can be obtained at http://www.lcct.com.my/transportation/bus-services/buses-from-shah-alam.

  203. thanks Jom Naik Bas for info about Durian Burung..

    siapakah pengurusan baru durian burung skrg? blh dikatakan satu kehilangan yg bsr bg trip kL-KB & kL-kuantan kerana durian burung menyediakan bas yg selesa (seat) bg kategori double decker compared d other company..


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