Singapore to Kuala Lumpur by Bus
Singapore is fondly referred by various names as the Lion City, Garden City or the Little Red Dot. It is a sovereign city-state, which is located in the South Eastern part of Asia. Some of the best places of visit are Gardens by the Bay, Universal Studio Singapore, Sentosa Island and the very famous Singapore zoo.
Many express bus services ply between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. Some of the most famous Bus Operators that ply on this route are Grass Land, First Coach and Aeroline. Most of the bus operators will typically depart from the Golden Mile Complex Bus Stop. There are although some other operators, which depart from, key point (Golden Coach), Novena (First Coach), Harbour Front (Aeroline), Katong V (KKKL) and Boon Lay Shopping Centre (Grass Land, KONSORTIUM and others). These buses will drop you off directly in Kuala Lumpur at TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan) which is the new express bus integrated terminal in Malaysia. Recently some operators have started alighting passengers for their convenience at Berjaya Time Square, Kuala Lumpur Puduraya, Kuala Lumpur Bangsar, Utama Shopping Centre, China Town and Mont Kiara. During my journey, I noticed that there are some Bus Operators offering nonstop services from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur. The bus that I had taken, it stopped at Yong Peng for about 30 minutes. I recommend you to check your Bus Operator before you book your tickets. I had booked by tickets online from https://www.redbus.sg/bus-tickets/singapore-to-kuala-lumpur . This platform is fast and secured.
My bus journey was quite pleasant as I got off in the heart of Kuala Lumpur amidst plenty of hotels and shopping centres. Hunting for one after alighting was not an issue at all. The best part was that there was not hassle of airport transfer. If you make you calculations you will realise that taking an express bus to Kuala Lumpur from Singapore is one of the most economical and convenient options. A one-way trip just cost me about SGD25 and the bus will take you directly to the City Centre. My Bus operator was Grass Land Express and the bus was quite spacious with 3 seats arranged in a row. There were about 24 to 27 seats in my bus. If you are the one looking forward to travel in the lap of luxury you can book an 18 seater luxury bus that will cost you starting from SGD59. I had full mobile connectivity while on my journey and I think this is precisely why most of the people decide to travel by bus. The best part being some of the operators now offer power plug points at the seat to charge your laptops and mobiles. My coach even had a free Wi-Fi service. The staff was quite punctual and the meal served on board was quite sumptuous.
Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and some of the best Towers made up of glass and steel dominate its skyline. The city is home to British era landmarks like the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the famous Kuala Lumpur Railway station. The best time to visit Kuala Lumpur is from June to October.