Welcome aboard Jom Naik Bas! or Let’s Take The Bus!. A blog for all the reviews, the news and information on interstate express buses.
There are several reviews that will be featured on Jom Naik Bas!. These includes “Jom Naik!”, “BusBlogFeature”, “Jom Naik Bas To Malaysia!”, “Jom Makan Angin!” and “Kembara Jom Naik Bas!”. Two other newly introduced sections, “New Express Bus Services” and “In Pictures” will cover on the development of new express buses and services in Singapore and Malaysia. They can be found on permanent pages with links on top of this page. Another new series called “Jom Naik Bas! Special” will focus on the various express bus operators in Singapore and Malaysia.
The “Jom Naik!” series covers comprehensive reviews on express bus services, both in Malaysia and between Singapore and Malaysia.
- Mara Liner Express Super VIP – Johor Bahru to Kuala Lumpur
- Transtar Express First Class – Kuala Lumpur to Singapore
- Suasana Edaran Express TopClass – Singapore to Kuala Lumpur
- Transtar Express First Class Solitaire – Genting Highlands to Singapore
- Transtar Express Premium – Singapore to Kuala Lumpur
- Transnasional Skyview – Johor Bahru to Kuala Lumpur
- Aeroline First Class Shuttle – Kuala Lumpur to Singapore
- Alisan Express – Singapore to Kuala Lumpur
- WTS Travel CEO Platinum Deluxe Cruiser – Genting Highlands to Singapore
- Grassland Express Royal VIP – Kuala Lumpur to Singapore
- Orange Coach – Singapore to Kuala Lumpur
- Platinum Star Coach – Kuala Lumpur to Penang
- Transtar Express Classic – Singapore to Kuala Lumpur
- Odyssey Prestige Coaches – Kuala Lumpur to Singapore
- Starmart Express AirAsia Liner – Singapore to Melaka
- Meridian Holidays – Melaka to Johor Bahru
- First Coach – Singapore to Kuala Lumpur (Bangsar)
- Causeway Link Express – Kuala Lumpur to Johor Bahru **NEW**
Occasionally, some entries will focus on citybuses operated by SBS Transit and SMRT Buses in Singapore. These entries are grouped under the “Citybus Special” series.
- Volvo B9TL
- Volvo Olympian
- Volvo B10M MkII
- Scania K230UB
- Volvo B10TL Super Olympian
- Scania N113CRB
- Hino HS3KRKA **NEW**
“Jom Makan Angin!” is a new travel series in collaboration with my Malaysian enthusiast friend Nazmie Dalhar. His informative posts on his trips across the Peninsular Malaysia will be translated to English and reposted on “Jom Naik Bas!”.
The “Kembara Jom Naik Bas!” or “Jom Naik Bas Journeys!” series will not just be a review per se, but will also highlight some of the services that a bus company operates and some details on the operations. Bus hunting trips that I’ve done will also be a part of this series.
- Impromptu Bus Hunting in Kuala Lumpur 2008 – Part 1
- Impromptu Bus Hunting in Kuala Lumpur 2008 – Part 2
- Suasana Edaran Express TopClass – Kuala Lumpur to Seremban Shuttle
- Transnasional Express – Seremban to Melaka Shuttle
- RapidKL Iveco Turbo City 480 – Service T226 Taman Melewar to Taman Melati LRT Station
- KLIA Transit to LCCT Shuttle
- RapidPenang Higer XLQ6118 (Service 401E) and Scania K270UB (Service 502)
- Resorts World Sentosa Changi Airport Shuttle
- Compass Coaches – Tune Hotel Danga Bay to Marina Bay Sands Shuttle **NEW**
The “Jom Naik Bas! Special” is a new series that focuses on the various express bus operators in Singapore and Malaysia. These articles will highlight some details into the operations such as the buses they operate, areas of operation and contact details.
- Malaysian Double-Deckers Special
- Shamisha Express & Holiday
- All-New Mahligai Prestige Double-Deckers
- Meridian Holidays’ New High-Decker
- Eramesra Ekspres **NEW**
- Terminal Bersepadu Selatan-Bandar Tasik Selatan (TBS-BTS) **NEW**
I will also provide some tips and guidance on choosing the preferred express bus service based on my personal experiences. The “Jom Naik Bas To Malaysia!” will be expanded with more tips in the future.
- Jom Naik Bas To Malaysia / Part 1 – How to choose your ideal bus to your holiday destination?
- Jom Naik Bas To Malaysia / Part 2 – Where to board the buses in Singapore?
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