|Bus Operator||First Bus||Last Bus||Duration|
|StarMart Express||00:30||23:40||2 hrs 22 mins||VIEW PRICE|
Southern Malaysia’s state capital Malacca or Melaka draws its name from the Straits of Malacca where it is situated. The 14th largest UNESCO heritage city is Malaysia's unofficial capital and well-known for its economic might, the port, and for being a multi-religious city with plenty of landmarks to visit and explore. Travel by the highly decorated hand-pulled or cycle rickshaws is quite popular here. KLIA2, the airport and shopping-mall all-in-one complex, is situated in Kaula Lumpur, Malaysia.
By road, the distance from KLIA2 to Malacca is 136 km and can take 2 to 3 hours depending on the bus chosen, its stops, and type of bus. There are a total of 44 buses that run through the day and night. The buses that run between 6 am and 12 noon are the most popularly chosen buses. The popular operators are StarMart Express and Transnasional with StarMart being the most popular for having 31 buses run each day against the other operator having 13 buses a day. Most tickets are refundable and can be rescheduled if need be. Taxis, flights, and trains also ply on this route.
KLIA2 to Malacca Bus Details
The pick-up point for buses to Malacca are from KLIA2 or KLIA bus terminals. The drop points are Mahkota Medical Centre and Melaka Sentral. To get to KLIA2, you can use the bus, airport shuttles, Monorail, LRT or KTM Komuter up to Bandar Tasik Selatan.
The cost of the trip varies between RM 24 to RM 35 and depends on the coach and operator selected. Tourists and locals prefer the bus, as it is the cheapest and most convenient mode of travel and due to its half-hourly bus frequencies. The bus coaches graded as SVIP, Business Economy Club, Standard, and Executive. The earliest bus is at 6:30 am and the last one departs at 11:40 pm. At Malacca, one can use the shuttle buses or taxis if you need to move around the city of Malacca.
Things to do in Malacca
The Malacca bus station is not very close to the landmarks. Here are the must-visit places.
Safety+ is a new feature by redBus that ensures all important Covid-19 measures are followed across all aspects of bus travel. This includes sanitization after every trip, use of face masks and gloves, periodic temperature checks, and installation of alcohol-based sanitizers inside buses and at boarding/dropping points.
Bus operators can use Safety+ sign to show that their vehicles and staff are abiding by all measures recommended by the government. Users can also use this feature to identify bus services that follow all the guidelines.
As part of this action to ensure safer bus travel in and around Malaysia, redBus requests all its users to follow social distancing and cleanliness measures. While travelling, wear a face mask, use hand sanitizer, and avoid touching your face. If you or someone in your family is unwell, avoid travelling for some time.
To enjoy the bus ride and to have a hassle-free journey in Malaysia, book your tickets with redBus.
Disclaimer: Bus timings, routes, and fares are subject to change. Please check the redBus app or website for any last-minute changes.
Easy online bus booking methods and secure payment options on redBus.my enable travellers to book Klia2 to Malacca bus tickets. Avail great redBus offers on bus reservation. Simply book tickets online and travel in comfort.
A: You can book a bus of your choice to any destination in Malaysia by logging on to the official website of redBus which is www.redbus.my . The site is user-friendly and you can book your bus ticket in a matter of minutes.
A: You can either visit the terminal and go the booth belonging to the bus operator of your choice, wait in line, select a seat, and book your ticket. If you’d rather not do that, you can visit www.redbus.my and book your seat within 5 minutes.
A: There are two main scenarios that you might fall into when you have to board a bus. Now, if your boarding point is at any terminal in Malaysia, passengers will have to take a print out of the bus ticket that has been sent to the email in a PDF format. The second scenario is when your boarding point is a bus stop and not a terminal. In this case, you will receive an M-ticket that you will have to produce before boarding your bus. If the operator does not provide an M-Ticket, you will have to take a printout of the ticket (PDF) that has been sent to the registered email ID that you have used to book the bus ticket on the redBus website. Some operators might levy a charge if these conditions are not followed.
A: Yes, you can. But this feature is limited to only a few bus operators in Malaysia. Look for the reschedule icon before booking your ticket.
A: There are a number of different modes of payment offered to customers. Customers can either pay by credit card, debit card, or they can select any of the banks listed when you click the “FPX (Malaysia Online Bank Transfer).
Do you want to exit reschedule flow?