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Singapore to Kuala Lumpur Bus

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Singapore to Kuala Lumpur Bus

Singapore is an island city-state located near the southern part of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur (KL) is the capital of Malaysia and a lot of Singapore to Kuala Lumpur buses operate on this route every day. The operators on this route have a global presence and will provide you with luxury/economic bus services. Singapore to Kuala Lumpur driving distance is around 358 KM, and it will take approximately five hours to cover Singapore to KL by bus. The time taken to cover this route can differ from operator to operator. You will get AC bus services on this route with great amenities like WiFi, central television, adjustable seats, etc.

Bus Operators Servicing this Route

It is a bustling route as most tourists in Malaysia come from Singapore only, and Kuala Lumpur is one of the most visited cities of Malaysia. The prominent bus service providers on this route are:

  • Transtar Travel: The first Transtar Travel Singapore to Kuala Lumpur bus leaves from Singapore at 07:30 AM and the last bus leaves from Singapore at 10:45 PM. Transtar Travel has been providing bus services from 1994 and is a very experienced operator.
  • Lapan Lapan Travel: First Singapore to Kuala Lumpur bus of this operator leaves from Singapore at 12:45 AM and the last bus leaves at 11:59 PM. All the buses of Lapan Lapan Travel are air-conditioned as they only operate SVIP coaches. They are one of the oldest service providers in Singapore and Malaysia.
  • Causeway Link: The first Causeway Link Singapore to Kuala Lumpur bus leaves from Singapore at 09:00 AM and the last bus from Singapore leaves at 07:00 PM. The buses of this operator take around four and a half hours to cover this route. On Fridays, the frequency of Causeway Link buses on this route is increased.
  • Eltabina Jaya: First Singapore to Kuala Lumpur bus of this operator leaves from Singapore at 06:15 AM and the last bus leaves from Singapore at 10:00 PM. They have been providing bus services to people from the past 28 years and are preferred by budget travellers. They provide spacious buses with ample legroom and adjustable seats.
  • The One Travel and Tours: First Singapore to Kuala Lumpur bus of this operator leaves from Singapore at 06:15 AM and the last bus leaves from Singapore at 10:30 PM. The One Travel and Tours buses are punctual and always ensure that the passenger reaches its destination on time.

These were some of the top service providers on this route, and there are many more buses on this route like Aeroline Singapore to KL buses, StarMart Singapore to KL buses, etc.

Things to see in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is the capital and the largest city of Malaysia. Many hotels are there in Kuala Lumpur because tourism is a lot more in Kuala Lumpur. A lot of people come from Singapore to KL by bus. The top places to visit in Kuala Lumpur are as follows:

  • Petronas Twin Towers: These two towers are 88-storey long and are interconnected. It is the tallest building of its kind in the world. You can visit this place from 09:00 AM to 09:00 PM on all the days except on Fridays when it is closed from 01:00 PM to 02:30 PM.
  • Batu Caves: There are a series of caves at this place like Cathedral Cave, Art Gallery Cave, Museum Cave, etc. One can find shrines of Hindu gods and old scriptures. There are many caves at this place with statues inside. You can visit this place between 06:00 AM to 09:00 PM.
  • Sunway Lagoon Theme Park: The Sunway Lagoon Complex has an amusement park, water park, wildlife park, extreme park, and scream park in it. This is a spot for people of all ages with fun live shows and great eateries. It is a great place to chill with your family/friends in Kuala Lumpur.
  • Aquaria KLCC: It is the largest aquarium in Southeast Asia with over 5000 different marine creatures. People come here from other parts of the world to see tiger sharks, sea horses, sea snakes, etc. live. The fish feeding activity in Aquaria KLCC is a delight to watch.
  • Perdana Botanical Gardens: This garden is spread across 10,000 square metres and is home to 800 different species of orchids. This garden also has beautiful fountains, rock structures for sightseeing and photography. You can visit this place from 07:00 AM to 08:00 PM.

Advantages of Booking with redBus

The advantages of booking a Singapore to Kuala Lumpur bus ticket via redBus are as follows:

  • redBus offers its users a bus tracking system that works via GPS. People can access this system by the redBus mobile application and can track their bus throughout their journey. It also helps first-time visitors in finding the boarding point of their bus.
  • In the wake of the COVID-19 scenario, redBus launched a Safety+ feature that ensures the safety of passengers during their journey. Safety+ buses have staff who are equipped with masks. Regular temperature checking facilities and hand sanitisers are provided to the passengers on Safety+ buses. The Safety+ buses are deep cleaned after each trip thus ensuring a safe journey.
  • One can explore various operators via redBus before booking a bus ticket from Singapore to KL. You will have many options to choose from via redBus.

There are a plethora of reasons why you should book your Singapore to Kuala Lumpur bus ticket through the redBus platform. With a state-of-the-art user interface, redBus strives to ensure each and every customer has a wonderful and comfortable bus journey without burning a hole in their pocket. So, hurry up and grab your Kuala Lumpur bus tickets now!


FAQs

Q-1 ) How can I book a bus ticket online from one route to another??

A: You can simply log on to www.redbus.com, choose any specific country you would like to book a bus in, and select the source and destination. After choosing the route and the date, you will find a number of options for buses available. redBus site is user-friendly and booking a bus ticket is just a matter of a few minutes.

Q-2 ) Do I need to print my ticket for this bus route?

A: This depends upon the bus operator and the country you are travelling in. You can check this information while booking a bus ticket for a particular bus operator. However, most of the bus operators allow M-ticket or E-ticket sent to your registered email address, you may require to print the ticket if any bus operator specifically asks for the same.

Q-3 ) Where can I find the location of my bus stop?

A: As you get the listing of buses available on a selected route, you can click on the 'Boarding & Dropping Point' tab to check the exact location of your pickup and drop-off points. redBus also offers ‘Track my bus’ facility in a few countries to check the live location of the bus.

Q-4 ) How early should I arrive for the trip?

A: Passengers are required to reach the boarding place at least 30 minutes before the scheduled departure time of the bus.

Q-5 ) Can I reschedule my bus ticket on this route?

A: Yes, you can. However, this option is available with some selected bus operators on www.redbus.com. You just have to enter your bus ticket number and email address, verify your ticket details, and choose a reschedule date.

Q-6 ) At what time do buses start from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur?

A: Buses from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur generally start early in the morning and continue until late evening. However, the bus timings may vary depending on the bus operators and season. This is where redBus helps you out. You need not contact several bus operators to get updated about the bus schedules. You will find all the updated information on redBus website while booking a bus ticket online.

Q-7 ) Are there any discounts available on the route from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur?

A: Singapore to Kuala Lumpur is one of the popular routes and it’s quite likely that you may get exciting discounts on booking bus tickets through redBus on this route. It would be better if you plan your journey in advance and book your tickets so that you can get the best price and best seat for your trip.


BOARDING & DROPPING POINTS

Singapore

  • Golden mile tower
  • 12 Kallang Avenue #01-23 Aperia Mall Singapore 339511 (5 min Walk From Lavender MRT Station)
  • Park Royal Hotel (Kitchener)
  • Jurong east
  • The Plaza Beach Road
  • Boon lay
  • Golden Mile Complex
  • 7500A Beach Road, #B1-307/308/309 The Plaza,Singapore 199591 [Tel: +6562911878)
  • City Plaza
  • Katong v mall
  • Tampines MRT Exit B, Bicycle Parking
  • Kovan Hub Bus Terminal, BLK206 Hougang St 21, Singapore 530206
  • Bugis Mrt Exit D
  • Compass One Entrance - G16 Taxi Stand
  • Tanjong Katong Complex
  • Westgate (Jurong East). * wait at Clavin Klen jeans shop.
  • Big Box Jurong East Main Entrance (Facing Ng Teng Fong General Hospital). Emergency contact: 92973646
  • Tampines
  • Concerde shopping center
  • Novena Square
  • Star Vista

Kuala Lumpur

  • Berjaya times square
  • Imbi
  • Tbs (terminal bersepadu selatan)
  • Bukit bintang (ansa hotel)
  • TERMINAL BERSEPADU SELATAN
  • Royale Bintang Hotel
  • Swiss garden hotel kl
  • Ancasa Hotel
  • Federal Hotel
  • Sunway lagoon
  • Kl sentral
  • Kompleks Selangor (beside 5th Element Hotel) 51, Jalan Sultan, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • PUDU SENTRAL, 12, Jalan Pudu, City Centre, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 35 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Cameron Highlands Resort
  • Bandar Utama
  • Subang parade
  • Bangsar

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