Kuantan is the capital city of Pahang, which is a popular travel destination in Malaysia. Many people preferably travel from Kuala Lumpur to Kuantan by a bus, as it is a convenient mode of transport. Passengers can choose from a range of 48 buses plying in this route on a daily basis. There are around 7 coach operators providing travel services at different hours of the day. A bus takes around 3-4 hours to cover a distance of 237. The variety of buses plying in this route are Transnasional, Mayang Sari Express, Plusliner, Etika Express and many more.
All the buses comes with comfortable and clean interiors ensuring a safe travel experience. The first bus of the day leaves from TBS at 3:30 am and the last bus departs 11:50 pm. You can book Kuala Lumpur to Kuantan bus tickets at a minimum expense of MYR 21.6, depending on the category of bus.
The various drop locations across Kuantan are Hentian Duta, Kuantan Sentral, UMP Gambang and many more. Some of the bus types include Seater, Executive, Club Class, Business Club, etc. All the buses ensure to provide comfort and deliver a hassle-free travel experience.
The city is located near the mouth of Kuantan River and offers a range of attractions for visitors. Some of the places of interests are as follows:
Easy online bus booking methods and secure payment options on redBus.my enable travellers to book Kuala Lumpur to Kuantan 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).
A: Multiple buses operate between KL to Kuantan daily. Currently, there are 5 bus operators like Transnasional, Plusliner, Mayang Sari Express, etc. which operate from KL to Kuantan in Penang, Malaysia. The journey takes about 3 to 4 hours and is quite comfortable.
A: redBus keeps updating the discounts and offers provided from time to time. Do keep a check on our website or mobile app for exciting offers and discounts. Right now, you can get up to a 10% discount or RM 10 cashback using a code provided through the redBus app and website.
A: The facilities depend on the bus operator. All the facilities provided are mentioned along with the type of bus on our website and app. Generally, there are charging points provided on every bus along with water bottles.
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