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Saturday, 10 July 2010 07:05

Singapore – Johor – Singapore by Bus

Jurong East - Gelang Patah – via Tuas, Singapore by bus


Website for the Causeway Link services: http://www.handalindah.com.my/latest.php


The yellow Causeway Link bus serves passengers from Jurong East MRT/bus terminus to Gelang Patah via Tuas. The cost is in RM$ from Gelang Patah and S$ from Jurong East.


Apart from the rush at peak hours or the hell on Sunday nights/public holiday ends vying with tour buses from KL, this is a very easy ride going into Singapore. Usually also an easy ride from Jurong.


From Gelang Patah’s bus terminus you can take another bus to JB, travel time about an hour.


Bukit Indah–Gelang Patah via Tuas to Jurong East by bus

The service begins at 5.15 and ends at 10 pm


Woodlands – JB / Larkin - Woodlands by Bus


The Singapore-Johor Express Coach runs from the Queen Street Bus terminus to Larkin Bus Terminal in J.B from 6.30 a.m. to 11.00 p.m. at 15-minute intervals. The ticket costs S$2.40.


Note that it is a tight squeeze as there is absolutely no room for luggage, even a backpack. You may need to pay for another seat for your luggage.


Bus No. 170 runs from 5.15 – midnight every day.

Singapore: Queen Street/Arab Street terminus Fare: S$1.60, but with stops all along its route to Johor. The trip is horrendous at peak before/after office hours.


You can get off at J.B. or at the bus stop outside Komtar Shopping Centre at Jalan Tun Abdul Razak or go all the way to Larkin Bus Terminal at Jalan Datin Halimah – the jumping off bus/taxi point to the rest of Malaysia.



Causeway Customs bus note:


You MUST get off the bus or coach twice, with all your bags and baggage, at the Singapore end and the Johor end. Neither bus nor coach will wait for you after you go through the checkpoints. You'll have to carry/drag all your belongings with you throughout.


There is a good chance you might miss your ride if it takes too long for you to go through immigration but that’s ok as it happens all the time every day. Keep your ticket and take the next one that comes along without having to pay again.


Note: It is not permitted by the luxury bus companies for a KL-Sin passenger to stop off conveniently in Johor. Maybe they should now think about this.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 September 2010 10:50