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Bus From Kuala Lumpur to Malacca

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Kuala Lumpur to Malacca Bus Schedule & Fare

Bus Operator First Bus Last Bus Duration  
Transnasional 11:45 23:45 1 hrs 45 mins VIEW PRICE
Cepat Express 16:30 16:30 2 hrs 0 mins VIEW PRICE
Mayang Sari Express 07:00 20:30 2 hrs 21 mins VIEW PRICE
Prisma Express 10:55 10:55 2 hrs 30 mins VIEW PRICE
Kkkl express 07:30 21:30 2 hrs 15 mins VIEW PRICE

Kuala Lumpur to Malacca Bus

Malacca or Southern Malay’s Melaka is Malaysia’s 14th largest city and draws its name from the Strait of Malacca. It is the state’s capital city besides being considered a heritage site by UNESCO and the unofficial capital of Malaysia. To know the architecture and culture of the city, you can visit familiar landmarks while traveling in a festively decorated cycle-rickshaw. Kaula Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is about 145 km away, taking an average of 2 hours and 30 minutes via bus.

The road distance is 150 km and a number of bus operators like KKKL Express, Delima Express, Transnasional, and Mayang Sari Express run on this route. It takes the fastest bus, the Mayang Sari Express, 2 hours and 12 minutes to reach Malacca (Melaka). Passengers have a choice of 45 buses. There are 26 buses that operate between 12 pm and 6 pm and a total of 19 buses after 6 pm.

Kuala Lumpur to Malacca (Melaka) Bus Details

The pick-up point for buses traveling to Malacca (Melaka) from Kuala Lumpur is TBS or Terminal Bersepadu Selatan which connects Kuala Lumpur to the Southern cities of Malaysia like Malacca (Melaka). To get to TBS, you can use the Monorail, LRT or KTM Komuter, from the Bandar Tasik Selatan to TBS.

Regular travelers and tourists prefer traveling in a bus as it is the cheapest and most convenient mode of travel due to the regular frequency of buses. The bus coaches available on the route are SVIP, Standard, and Executive. The cost of the trip varies between RM 10 to RM 14 and may be subject to changes depending on the season and coach type that’s selected.

At TBS, one needs to get to the right counter like Counters B or C for the fastest bus coach by Mayang Sari which departs at 12:30 pm and reaches Malacca at 2:42 pm. If you are a tourist, you can use the shuttle buses or taxis if you need to move around the city of Malacca.

Things to do in Malacca (Melaka) 

The Malacca (Melaka) bus station is not very close to the landmarks. Here are the must-visit places in and around Malacca (Melaka):

  • Jonker Walk is for the shopaholics who love bargaining in tune with music and fun.
  • The two museums, the Malacca Sultanate Palace Museum and the Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum, are meant for people who want to learn about Malacca (Melaka), its history, culture, art, and architecture. 
  • The Christ Church and St. Peter’s Church are Dutch remnants. The preserved body of St Francis Xavier was placed here before being shifted to the Basilica in Goa. The bell here is three centuries old and is from Goa in India.
  • Taming Sari Revolving Tower is the perfect place for a 360-degree view of Malacca (Melaka) from 260 ft above.
  • The Malacca Zoo is approximately 54 acres and houses more than 1,200 animals.

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Disclaimer: Bus timings, routes, and fares are subject to change. Please check the redBus app or website for any last-minute changes.

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