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Bus From Batu pahat to Klang

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Batu pahat to Klang Bus Schedule & Fare

Bus Operator First Bus Last Bus Duration  
Transnasional 08:30 19:00 5 hrs 0 mins VIEW PRICE
KKKL Express 08:00 20:00 3 hrs 30 mins VIEW PRICE

Batu pahat to Klang Bus

Batu Pahat is located in the Southeast of Muar and it is the capital of the Batu Pahat district in Malaysia and the 4th largest city in the state of Johar. This small town has a number of serene and beautiful sightseeing spots that are worth exploring. On the other hand, Klang bestowed as the Royal Town, has a rich heritage of culture and irresistible food. Being the former capital of Selangor, Klang is one of the oldest towns in Malaysia. Various landmarks of Klang draws in tourists from across the globe.

The distance from Batu Pahat to Klang is 256 km. Multiple operators provide bus services for this route. A couple of coach companies provide bus services to cover this distance by road efficiently in 3 to 5 hours. Approximately 6 buses operate on this route to make a travelers' journey convenient.

Traveling by bus from Batu Pahat to Klang is considered to be the most economical and convenient mode of transport amidst other modes of transportation. Since many buses run on this route, you can choose the one that best suits your needs.

Batu Pahat to Klang Bus Details

Typically the bus fares are economically priced. The minimum ticket price starts from RM 26 to a maximum (approximate) fare of RM 29. Usually, Batu Pahat to Klang buses are on time helping travelers have a reliable travel experience.

The first bus of the day from Batu Pahat starts as early as 8 am from the Batu Pahat bus terminal while the last bus on this route departs from SB Jalan Rogayah pick-up point at 8:30 pm. All these buses are well-equipped with comfortable seating to facilitate your journey.

Transnasional and KKKL Express operate buses on this route. These operators are dedicated and they maintain the quality of the interiors to ensure a relaxed journey. Proper seating arrangements are provided to make sure you have a pleasant and enjoyable journey.

There are buses ranging from executive class to economy class that suit the needs of different travelers. The buses that take a longer time to reach their destination provides short breaks for quick refreshments at scheduled points.

Things to do in Klang

Out of the many attractions in the Royal Town, the following places will make your visit to Klang worthwhile:

  • Little India: It's a historic place to visit where you can shop for traditional Indian souvenirs and relish authentic Indian delicacies.
  • Taman Rakyat Klang: A recreational park and a favorite among the locals for a picnic.
  • Royal gallery of Sultan Abdul Aziz: It's a vast gallery that resembles a palace, holds many artifacts and jewels that are a replica of royal jewelry. A visit to this royal gallery enriches the travelers' insight on the history of the Selangor royal family.
  • Tanjung Harapan: A coastal picturesque with many ships is a surreal view you cannot afford to miss. A walk along the beach and dinner at the restaurant is a perfect getaway.
  • Masjid India Klang: It is the oldest mosque in the Royal Town of Klang.

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redBus is introducing Safety+, a special feature that reinforces the implementation of critical Covid-19 measures across all activities involving bus travel. It also acts as an indicator for bus operators to showcase their adherence to these measures for everyone’s safety and well-being.

These measures primarily involve thorough disinfection of buses after every trip, staff wearing masks and gloves at all times, regular temperature checks of all passengers and staff, and availability of hand sanitizers inside buses.

You can identify if a bus follows these Covid-19 measures by checking the Safety+ shield icon while booking. You may also check for the Safety+ sign while boarding the bus.

To help redBus and its staff enforce these measures and ensure safe travel, users are expected to wear proper face masks, use hand sanitizers or soap and water to wash their hands regularly, and avoid touching their faces. Individuals who are unwell or have associated symptoms are advised to postpone their travel.

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Disclaimer: Bus timings, routes, and fares are subject to change. Please check locally for any last-minute changes.

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