Coach To Malaysia From Singapore
Coaches, a special type of luxury bus, have become increasingly popular for long-distance land transport to Malaysia. In recent years, the trend has shifted from airlines to coach transfer because the latter combines economy and comfort for daily commuters and leisure travelers alike.
Premier Bus has first-class coaches with amenities that rival prestigious, expensive airline berths. Among the best features are personal entertainment systems, internet Wi-Fi accessibility and on-board meals. There is wide legroom and elbow space, with comfortable seats that allow you to stretch out your legs and fully recline your seat without worrying about the other passenger behind you.
They travel mostly by express bus or coach to Malaysia from Singapore, boarding at Queen Street, Boon Lay, Textile Center, City Plaza, and Golden Mile Complex and alighting at popular drop-off stations like Berjaya Times Square and Pudu Sentral in Kuala Lumpur.
Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is only a 5-hour coach ride from Singapore. You can book tickets online to secure your seat for as low as S$30. Wherever you want to go to in Kuala Lumpur, there is surely a convenient drop-off point near your destination. You can get off at Puduraya Terminal, Kuala Lumpur Sentral, The Mines, Petaling Jaya, Golden Horse Hotel, Berjaya Times Square, Bangsar, Bandar Utama, Subang Jaya, and Imperial Hotel.
If you think you are saving money by buying budget airline tickets from Singapore to Malaysia, you should redo your math. Taxi fares, airport taxes, and luggage fees all add up to that cheap plane ticket in addition to the hassle of waiting for 2 hours or more for your plane to board and take off.
A convenient, stylish alternative when going to the “City of Entertainment,” Genting Highlands, is taking a Premier Bus coach for about S$40. It takes around 5 to 6 hours to get to the Mushroom Farm Terminal. You can choose Premier Bus’ regular VIP coach and entertainment coach buses to take you to Gentling’s must-see tourist destinations like First World Indoor Theme Park, Snow World, Genting Sky Venture, and the ever-famous Casino de Genting.
Malacca, a world-renowned heritage site with its Peranakan culture, is visited for St. Paul’s Hill, Jonker Street, A’Famosa, among others. Other coaches usually alight at Melaka Express Bus Terminal, but Premier Bus gives you special treatment by dropping you off at specific locations like the Equatorial Hotel and Alor Gajah so you do not have to get lost along the way. At about S$25, you can board a coach to Malaysia for a 4-hour leisure or shopping trip.
Considering traffic flow, it takes about 10 hours to get to Penang by coach. You can tell our friendly and professional drivers to give you a heads-up when nearing drop-off points like Sungai Nibong Terminal, Bukit Mertajam, and George Town. We will also gladly assist you in planning your itinerary for touring around this turtle-shaped island. A one-way ticket costs about S$45.
The second largest city of Malaysia, Johor Bahru, is accessible via the Causeway by Coach from the Queen Street Bus Station and Rochor Canal Road for as low as S$2. You will have to temporarily alight at the Singapore and Malaysian checkpoints, where customs officials will check your luggage and passport. Although many people go to the city center for business or shopping purposes, you can also visit the magnificent Arulmigu Glass Temple City and other architectural wonders in the city.