Buses From Shah Alam to Singapore

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Travel from Shah Alam to Singapore by Bus

The distance from Shah Alam to Singapore is approximately 360km and a journey via bus may take around 5 hours 30 minutes, subject to the the traffic condition, weather, and journey break. On CatchThatBus mobile app, you may book your bus tickets online and skip the queue at the counter for the same price!

Shah Alam to Singapore Bus Pick-up Point

Choose from two departure times from Shah Alam Bus Terminal (Section 13) – at either 1030am or 1030pm everyday – and arrive at Golden Mile Tower for your exciting journey in Singapore. Starmart Express provides a comfortable, enjoyable, and affordable travelling experience with its fully air-conditioned buses and reclining seats with spacious legroom.

Things to do in Singapore

Singapore is a developed country with a modern, well-ordered, and sophisticated town planning. The neighbouring country of Malaysia, Singapore is located just across the causeway of Johor Bahru. Ranked as one of the top countries in the Safe Cities Index, it is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world.

Renowned hotspot for tourists and locals, Marina Bay Sands is the epitome of luxury. Experience the magnificent 360-degree views on the observation deck, shop at the rows of luxury retailers, visit the ArtScience Museum, and watch Wonder Full – a captivating performance combining electric lights, laser effects, and serene music.

Prepare yourself for fun-filled activities at Resorts World Sentosa, an integrated resort experience for the whole family. Crowds flock Asia’s first Hollywood movie theme park, the Universal Studios Singapore. The theme park is divided into seven movie-themed zones filled with rides, outdoor shows, and “celebrity sightings.”

There will never be a dull moment in the resort. Visit S.E.A. Aquarium to see over 100,000 marine animals, the Adventure Cove Waterpark to enjoy its waterslides, and interact with dolphins at the Dolphin Island. You may also learn about Asia’a rich maritime history and Singapore’s trading port development at the Maritime Experiential Museum.

At night, don’t miss the Lake of Dreams for a beautiful display of water, fire, and light besides the Crane Dance to see the mechanical cranes transform into birds though a journey of love. For a more adventurous nightlife, step into the Casino Royale Bar.

What to eat in Singapore?

Singapore is home to various mouth-watering dishes. Among others, famous local dishes include the chicken rice, chili crab, curry laksa, Hokkien prawn mee, murtabak Singapore, kaya toast, and prata.

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