Johor Bahru → Ipoh from RM53.20 - RM60.00

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Johor Bahru


Ipoh is located 540 kilometers away from Johor Bahru and the journey takes 7-8 hours approximately depending on the traffic and weather. You can select a variety of buses to travel in such as S&S International, Konsortium, Cepat and Cekap and many more within the price range of RM55 to RM 60. The VIP buses available provide comfortable coaches with plenty of leg room that seats 24-32 passengers with a 2-1 seating .The fully air conditioned buses with reclining seats are delightful for a long and comfortable journey. The bus departs to Ipoh Amanjaya from Larkin Bus Terminal in Johor Bahru and it is limited to two trips per day. You can book your tickets online with CatchThatBus and select the preferred bus operator and dates.
Ipoh is the capital city of Perak and it is one of the largest cities in the country. It is divided naturally by the Kinta River into two main townships - Ipoh Old Town and Ipoh New Town. The city features a tropical rainforest climate and it’s surrounded by limestone hills. The tin-mining industry back in the 19th century played a huge role in the development of this city. Today, Ipoh is well known for its heritage and rich historical landmarks. One of which is The Birch Memorial Clock-tower that serves as a dedication to the first ever British Resident in Perak. The Ipoh Railway Station and Town Hall are one of the many iconic structures built during the British rule. And just 40 kilometers south of Ipoh there is a Moorish styled mansion built in 1915 called Kellie’s castle. For adventure seekers, you can visit the largest limestone cave in Peninsular Malaysia called Gua Tempurung located 24 kilometers away from the city. Marvel in the elegant formations of stalactites and stalagmites in the well-lit cave as you walk through the cave. You can also soak up some culture at the Ipoh Kallumalai Murugan Temple and Sam Poh Tong Cave Temple that houses various Buddha statues. Ipoh is definitely well known for its chicken rice and its salted chicken despite the variety of other street delicacies like Kaya puffs and Chee Chong Fun. Coffee lover or not, don’t forget to drop by Nam Heong Kopitiam for its famed Old Town White Coffee. Ipoh also has quite an exuberant night-life. You can check out the many popular night-spots like Hashtag Bar, Euro House, Bricks and Barrels and many more located in the heart of the city. Plan your trip now with CatchThatBus. It’s easy, fast and convenient!