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The duration of travel from Shah Alam to Johor Bahru varies from 3 hours 15 minutes to 4 hours 30 minutes, depending on several influential factors. The two destinations are approximately 340km away. On CatchThatBus mobile app or website, you can choose from several bus operators offering the service – Kwok Ping Express, Eagle Express, Starmart Express, and Transnasional. The buses depart from Shah Alam Bus Terminal (Section 13) and the drop-off point is Larkin Terminal, Johor Bahru. These buses are fully air-conditioned with reclining seats, ensuring an enjoyable and comfortable journey. The first bus departs at 9am everyday and the last bus departs at 1159pm. Travellers may choose their suitable time and date from 14 daily buses available.
Johor Bahru is the capital city of Johor, and from several parts of the city, you can literally see Singapore which is located just across the causeway. As you arrive in Larkin, don’t forget to visit the state’s pride and joy, Tan Sri Dato Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium. Also simply known as Larkin Stadium, it is the city’s main football stadium and the home ground of the famed Johor Darul Ta’zim F.C. – “JDT” team. Take a stroll and a lot of pictures at Dataran Bandaraya Johor Bahru along with the locals and other visitors. If you’re lucky, you may be able to attend one of the events that are held frequently at the venue including bazaars, concerts, and many more. Just don’t be too enthusiastic to snap pictures at the yellow-coloured tower with the gigantic yellow clock at night, okay? Also, witness the magnificent Istana Bukit Serene – the royal palace and the official residence for the Sultan of Johor. Just nearby the palace, experience the vibrant, luxurious life at the seaside at Danga Bay. Facing Singapore, several attractions have been opened at the venue including Danga World Theme Park, Danga World Petting Zoo, and Rumah Limas. Do not miss the lively night market, Bazaar Karat, which stretches along Jalan Tan Hiok Nee and Jalan Segget. The bustling market are crowded with locals and visitors at night looking for clothings, phone casings, household items, preloved items, and even pets! Be entertained by the street performers or buskers while nibbing on the aiskrim goyang (shaked ice cream) that are sold widely throughout the market. You can find countless mouth-watering dishes at Johor Bahru. For a start, try the celebrated nasi biryani gam or nasi ambang. During tea time or breakfast, try kacang pool. Additionally, the locals’ (and Singaporeans, too!) favourite dessert include the wood fire-baked banana cake at Hiap Joo Bakery on Jalan Tan Hiok Nee and roti naik at Bandar Baru Uda.