Bus from Mersing to Singapore
Mersing and Singapore are separated with a distance of approximately 200km. Traveling between the two destinations may take around 3 hours and 45 minutes, depending on the traffic condition, weather, and journey break. You may choose to depart from several locations in Mersing – Mersing Terminal, Timotel Hotel, Tanjung Gemuk, or Endau Bus Stop – at either 12pm or 1.30pm everyday. Transnasional provides a comfortable, enjoyable, and affordable traveling experience with its fully air-conditioned buses and reclining seats with spacious legroom. The buses arrive at The Plaza on Beach Road, Singapore. Johoreans and Singapore are no strangers; most Johoreans travel to Singapore, or vice versa, for entertainment, shopping, and much more. You may also be traveling to one of the mesmerizing islands near Mersing and continue your itinerary to include the modern experience of Singapore from thereon.
A prosperous country with the influences of Chinese, Malay, and Indian, Singapore is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. The neat, organized town planning and architecture will be sure to charm visitors. For an extravagant experience, head on to Marina Bay Sands for the splendid 360-degree views of the country from the observation deck, shop at the rows of luxury retailers, indulge your passion for art at the Art Science Museum, and witness Wonder Full – the mesmerizing performance combining electric lights, laser effects, and serene music – first-hand. You may also visit the prominent Universal Studios Singapore for an exhilarating experience in the Southeast Asia’s first Hollywood movie theme park. Alternatively, you can go back to nature with your little ones (or not-so) in Singapore Zoo. Highlights include the Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife and Rainforest Kidzworld. Furthermore, shopaholics will not be disappointed with the country’s extensive offerings on retail therapy.
You must not miss Orchard Road, a 2.2km shopping belt flanked by iconic shopping malls, restaurants, art galleries, and hotels for every taste and budget. The modern city also guarantees a vibrant nightlife scene with its extensive selection of bars, pubs, and clubs. Hotspots include Clarke Quay, Boat Quay, Fullerton, Marina Bay, Club Street, Ann Siang Hill, Dempsey Hill, and Holland Village. Foodies are also spoiled with choices from budget-friendly eats to award-winning cuisines. For the divine taste of Asia, try the chicken rice, chilli crab, sup tulang merah, curry laksa, and murtabak Singapore.