Johor Bahru → Kuantan from RM29.10 - RM39.30

Boarding Points
Johor Bahru


Kuantan is located 350 kilometers away from Johor Bahru and the journey takes 6 hours approximately depending on the traffic and weather. The available bus operators from Johor Bahru to Kuantan are Cepat Express and Transnasional with tickets ranging from RM29.30 to RM30.40. The fully air conditioned buses with reclining seats are delightful for a long and comfortable journey. The bus departs from Larkin Bus Terminal in Johor to Terminal Sentral Kuantan with at least five to six trips per day. You can now book your tickets online with CatchThatBus by selecting the preferred bus operator as well as the time and dates at your convenience.
Deemed as the ninth largest city in Malaysia, Kuantan is the state capital of Pahang situated near the mouth of Kuantan river and faces the South China Sea. Named after the patriarch of Pahang’s royal family, the Sultan Ahmad Shah State Mosque is built in a Moorish style back in 1991. Besides being a tourist attraction, it functions as an operational mosque as well. The unique architecture stands tall and regal, presenting a blend of pastel shades of blue and green on the dome and minarets. And while in the city, you can see old colonial pre-war buildings in the midst of modern and developed buildings. Kuantan has some of the finest beaches, waterfalls and fishing villages with picturesque views. For a more relaxing retreat, you can visit Teluk Cempedak for its white sandy beaches lined by pine trees along the coast. Enjoy the various water sport activities like sailing, surfing, and skiing while experiencing the services of world class hotels like Hyatt Regency. Another beach to visit is Pantai Balok, known for its wind surfing activities. The serenity of the tropical breeze and deep blue sea is apt for a perfect getaway. You can also cruise along the Kuantan river at Taman Gelora at a very reasonable price. While in the city, don’t forget to try the highly raved Hoi Yin curry mee and the famous Ikan Bakar. Many local Kopitiams serve a hearty breakfast with the best Nasi Lemak or Nasi Dagang in town. Kuantan also boasts a wide array of energetic and glamourous night-life like M Club, Valencia and Rainbow 8. Mostly comprising of dance clubs and lounges, many of the clubs have live bands performing that will have you put on your dancing shoes and dance the night away. Download CatchThatBus right away and enjoy the convenience of booking bus tickets at your fingertips!