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Travel from Tanah Merah to Gombak by Bus
Travelling from Tanah Merah, Kelantan, to Gombak, Selangor, via bus may take around 6 hours 45 minutes to 7 hours 55 minutes. This depends on the traffic condition, journey break, and weather. The destinations are spread over a distance of approximately 490km. Booking your bus tickets is now made fast and easy by CatchThatBus mobile app.
Tanah Merah to Gombak Bus Operator
From Tanah Merah Bus Station, Darul Naim Express provides the service to Gombak. Pick your preferred date and departure time via CatchThatBus; you can travel in the morning (10am) or at night (920pm). The bus operator also allows seat selection. The fully air-conditioned bus is furnished with plush, comfortable reclining seats and spacious legroom, ensuring a safe, enjoyable, and affordable journey.
Things to do in Gombak
Gombak is a familiar name in the country as it is home to several renowned establishments such as the International Islamic University Malaysia, Batu Caves, and Zoo Negara. Batu Caves is one of Malaysia’s national treasures with temples that have been drawing pilgrims for more than a decade. A holy Hindu site, the complex is developed around giant limestone caves and is always flocked with people (besides monkeys).
Appreciate the beauty of Mother Nature at the Forestry Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM). The place is an enormous park where you can discover a wide variety of flora and fauna by cycling or walking. Furthermore, head over to Zoo Negara to see a wide variety of native wildlife. One of the exciting additions to the family includes the giant pandas, Xing Xing and Liang Liang.
If you’re an adrenaline junkie, head on to Damai Wall, the most popular climbing spot in the region. The area is paradise to new climbers and different levels of climbers from intermediate to expert. Alternatively, to learn the history and tradition of the indigenous Orang Asli people, visit the Orang Asli Museum.
What to eat in Gombak?
While in Batu Caves, we recommend for you to try Restoran Tuuu.... Dia Pak Tam for the Malay cuisines and Silver Spoon Kitchen & Bar which serves Western food with interesting Asian twist. Popular hangouts for nightlife include Barfly StarParck and Movida located at Setapak. You can also sing your heart out at karaokes that usually open well into the wee hours of the morning. Malaysians love their night markets; it’s the embedded culture that can be questioned by no one. Downtown Danau Kota is certainly one of the most famous night markets in Malaysia, and it certainly lives up to expectation with the extensive options and lively, charged atmosphere. While you’re there, don’t miss your opportunity to try the best nasi lemak and char kuey teow at Mali’s Corner.