Travel from Kuala Terengganu to Singapore
The Transnasional bus is a comfortable travel coach, fully air-conditioned with cozy seats that recline for your long journey. It happens to cover Kuala Terengganu-Singapore route although only twice a day. Once at 9.00am and once at 9.00pm. Singapore is approximately 600km away from Kuala Terengganu and takes about 11 hours to travel to with Transnasional. The bus departs from either Hb. Baru MPKT, H. Spg 4 Chendering, H. Pejabat Daerah Marang, or Spng Gong Kassim MCG and stops at The Plaza on Beach Road, Singapore. Book your tickets fast with the user-friendly CatchThatBus mobile app that is convenient for all.
Things to do in Singapore
Singapore is a fine city, quite literally. Located down south of Malaysia, this neighbour has grown to be a world class business hub and holiday getaway since its independence from Malaya. There are just too many attractions in Singapore that one can visit nevertheless, I’ll list down the few that’s happening to visit.
Nature lovers must visit the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari to view the numerous collection of fauna kept under the good care of the management. Apart from that the Jurong Bird Park is home to a vast species of birds. The Gardens by the Bay will leave your eyes with bliss from the colours of the very many types of flowers that are grown for display. These are the few things to visit for those connected to animals and nature.
Nevertheless, Singapore is not only about the nature and greenery. It’s a happening spot for fun and entertainment.
Visit Sentosa Island and have a blast at the very many attractions there from the Universal Studios housing some of the greatest rides with a Hollywood theme to it. Also, the Underwater World will give you a breathtaking view of the blue world down under. Apart from that there are the very many casinos here in Singapore. There’s one on Sentosa Island and there’s also one at Marina Bay Sands in the city centre.
What to eat in Singapore?
Take the lift to the top floor of Marina Bay Sands and have a panoramic view of Singapore and the ocean. Singapore with its diversed culture has everything you can crave for when it comes to food and shopping. Take a walk down Chinatown, Little India and Bugis street for some Chinese, Indian and Malay shopping spree and dining experience. High end shopping can be done at Orchard Road. The nightlife in Singapore is even more happening at the bar on top of Marina Bay Sands or even in Clarke Quay where all the clubs are in an array with their “groove-it-to-the-beat” music selection.