Buses From Kuala Lumpur to Singapore

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Singapore has many theme parks, zoos and more, making it one of the famous tourist destinations in Southeast Asia. Their fast paced lifestyle has made them a force in the economic arena.

Travel from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore

The two destinations are separated by an approximate distance of 350km with a bus travel duration of about  5-6 hours depending on the route taken, weather and traffic conditions and other factors which may prolong the duration of the journey.

Kuala Lumpur Bus Pickup-points

Kuala Lumpur is arguably the heart of Peninsular Malaysia, with a mix of skyscrapers and nature. There are many pickup points within the borders of Kuala Lumpur. Bus operators with routes from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore tend to depart from the following pickup points:

1 Utama

1 Utama is a shopping mall which also functions as a pickup point to Singapore and various other destination. Travelers can access this shopping mall by boarding the MRT train to the Bandar Utama MRT station.

Terminal Bersepadu Selatan

Terminal Bersepadu Selatan is one famous transit hub within the vicinity of Kuala Lumpur, linking this metropolitan city to various destinations within and beyond Malaysia. The LRT, KTM and numerous public buses make this transit hub accessible. 

Berjaya Times Square

Berjaya Times Square is one of the familiar bus pickup points in Kuala Lumpur. It is a convenient and accessible pickup point due to public buses and the LRT train. Berjaya Times Square is most accessible through the use of the LRT to Hang Tuah and a short walk along Jalan Imbi.  Interchanging to the monorial line from Hang Tuah to Imbi would also be a likely option. 

KL Sentral

Located in Brickfields, KL Sentral is as convenient a pickup point as they come. Travelers are able to eat, dine, and shop while waiting for their bus to arrive. The LRT, KTM, monorail and various other modes of transportation will grant travelers access to this transit hub. 

Old KTM Station

This pickup point is conveniently located around famous landmarks. Its Moorish styled architecture makes it one to stop and stare at, especially for sightseers.  The KTM train and many public buses will grant you access to this monumental structure. 

Sunway Lagoon

Aside from being a fairly convenient pickup point, Sunway offers an exhilarating experience as it is located near a water park and shopping mall. Sunway is not as accesible as most pickup points, hence, boarding a Grab, Uber or a public buses would be among the options to consider. 

The Mines

This pickup point was once a mining pool made into a shopping mall. Never skip on the oppurtunity to ride the ferry while you are there. A Grab, Uber and a number of public buses will grant you access to this pickup point. 

E-Curve

This pickup point caters to the trendy. A posh dining experience, leisure and entertainment options can all be found under one roof. The Mutiara Damansara MRT station would be your likely stop as you make your way to E-Curve.

Swiss Garden Hotel

As posh as they come, this pickup point offers more than an elegant ambiance. The Swiss Garden Hotel offers a quality holiday experience within a convenient location of Bukit Bintang and Chinatown. Travelers would have to board a train to Plaza Rakyat LRT station before walking along Jalan Pudu in an attempt to arrive at this destination. 

Dorsett Regency Hotel

Located 5 minute walk away from Pavilion, this pickup point is conveniently located in Bukit Bintang. Its accessibility to many public transportation makes this pickup point one of the more convenient options available. Travelers can opt for the green or purple shuttle bus and walk along Jalan Imbi before arriving at this prestigious hotel. 

Royale Bintang Hotel

Indulge yourself in a luxurious experience during your stay at this hotel. This pickup point is as accessible as they come, being located within close proximity to many modes of public transportations and tourist sites. Travelers would have to disembark a bus along Jalan Pudu, and turn into Jalan Bukit Bintang. The hotel will be on the right.

Ancasa Hotel

This pickup point is located in close proximity to Chinatown, central market and many modes of public transportation. It is located along Jalan Tan Cheng Lock and would be easily accesible with Grab and Uber from Plaza Rakyat LRT station. 

Singapore Bus Drop-off Points

Singapore is a popular tourist destination all year round. Bus operators coming from Kuala Lumpur tend to end their bus journey at the following drop-off points:

Textile Centre

Textile Centre is more than just a pickup point, it comprises of shopping malls, offices and many other services. 

Jurong East IMM

This pickup points is home to many well known brands, offering a great shopping experience aside from being a convenient drop-off point for those coming from Kuala Lumpur. 

Golden Mile Complex

Golden Mile Complex is the one of the more familiar pickup and drop-off point within the borders of Singapore. It is located  near many commercial, residential areas and many modes of public transportation, easily making it a convenient and easily accessible drop-off point.

Woodlands

Woodlands serves as the gateway into the deeper ends of Singapore. Woodlands serves more as checkpoint rather than a drop-off point.

Bugis MRT

Bugis MRT is another one of Singapore’s popular drop-off points. It is conveniently located at the MRT line, connecting passengers to various parts of Singapore.

Tampines MRT

This drop-off point is part of Singapore’s ever efficient public transportation. This drop-off point functions as a interchange station from MRT travelling along the Downtown line and the East West line.

Boon Lay

Boon Lay is a drop-off point located within the proximity of Jurong West. It is located opposite the Boon Lay shopping mall, giving fellow travelers and tourist the option to indulge in a Boon Lay shopping experience.

Concorde Hotel

Concorde Hotel offers retail shopping experience, dining, entertainment and more, making it more than just a mere drop-off point for buses coming from Kuala Lumpur.

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