Travel from Singapore to Shah Alam by Bus
The journey from Singapore to Shah Alam via bus has an approximate duration of 5 hours 10 minutes over a distance of approximately 460 km. This depends on the traffic condition, weather, and journey break. Starmart Express departs at 11:30 a.m., 9:00 p.m. or 11:59 p.m. from Golden Mile Tower Beach Road to Shah Alam Section 13 Bus Terminal (counter 13).
Starmart Express aims to ensure travellers are always comfortable with it’s fully air-conditioned buses equipped with reclining seats and spacious legroom. Snooze and get your much needed relax during the long journey or alternatively, keep yourself entertained by watching the movies shown on the bus.
Things to do in Shah Alam
Shah Alam is the state capital of Selangor and it is located about 25km away from Kuala Lumpur. The most prominent structure in Shah Alam must be the “Blue Mosque”, Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque. The mosque is Malaysia’s largest and Southeast Asia’s second largest. Opposite the Blue Mosque erects the Garden of Islamic Arts, a 14 hectares landscape park inspired by the Islamic Paradise (Jannah). There are 9 galleries within its vicinity with numerous Islamic arts on display.
Spend some quality time with your loved ones at Shah Alam Agricultural Park (Taman Pertanian) at Bukit Cahaya Seri Alam. The massive well-groomed park is developed around a tropical rain forest and has numerous attractions including an artificial lake with playgrounds and paths for jogging and biking, various gardens and more.Visitors also have the option to cycle around or rent the horses, kayaks, or boats. Here, you can also experience the “4 seasons” building which has simulated season every quarter of the year.
Another hotspot in Shah Alam is i-City where you can enjoy the Snowalk or dream under the magnificent light city. If you’re looking for great bargains, Shah Alam offers several huge shopping malls that cater to your every desire. Visit Setia City Mall, Kompleks PKNS Shah Alam, and SACC Mall for the best shopping experience.
What to eat in Shah Alam?
You can find a variety of food in the city, but one of the most outstanding food in the area must be the durian cendol at Rojak & Cendol Shah Alam. Also, try the western dishes at Big Brothers Restaurant & Grill. At night, take a stroll at one of Malaysia’s longest night markets, Setia Alam night market. Join the locals and try out the extensive street food ranging from Malay and Chinese dishes to Japanese and Korean cuisines.