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Travel from Singapore to Kuantan by Bus

Travelling to Kuantan, Pahang? Take the bus to enjoy a comfortable journey and relax throughout the long 7 hours 30 minutes. Download CatchThatBus mobile app and choose your preferred date and time to travel to book your bus tickets. Don’t worry, prices are guaranteed to be the same as the counters, minus the long queue and parking hassle, of course.

Kuantan is approximately 380km away from Singapore. Transnasional offers the bus service from The Plaza@Beach Road. All buses arrive at Kuantan Central Terminal except for the 10pm bus which also has Kuala Rompin Bus Station as its additional drop-off point. You will experience an enjoyable and comfortable journey with Transnasional buses; they are fully air-conditioned with reclining seats and spacious legroom. If you are having trouble sleeping, keep yourself entertained by watching the movies shown on the bus.

Things to do in Kuantan

Kuantan is the state capital of Pahang and you can find a number of glorious beaches around the city. One of the hotspots is Teluk Cempedak. With its serene sea breeze and magnificent views, you will be enchanted to soak under the sun, engage in numerous watersports including boating and kayaking, and have a stroll at night. Teluk Cempedak is also connected to Missionary Bay which is a second beach in the area. You will have so much to explore in Kuantan!

Are you an adrenaline junkie? Try out wind surfing in Balok and enjoy the excitement it brings. Also, visit Pantai Batu Hitam (Black Stone Beach). Here, all of the stones are black or dark in colour, isn’t this wonderful? If you prefer waterfall to the beach, head down to Berkelah Falls. Comprised of more than 7 tiers, the panoramic and peaceful surroundings will be sure to charm you.

What to eat in Kuantan?

Kuantan is well-known for its supply of sought-after premium fishes. Patin, jelawat, temalian, kelah, baung, and other seafood are commonly served throughout the state. Prepared in scrumptious traditional Malay cooking style, try the menus at Ana Ikan Bakar Petai and Akob Patin House. You may also stock on fresh fish, salted fish, and similar products at attractive prices in Beserah which is an old-fashioned fishing village. Foodies rate Kula Cakes highly on their dessert favourites; don’t miss this shop while you’re in Kuantan. Among others, try its decadent mango cheesecake, creme brûlée, red velvet cake, and moist chocolate cake.

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