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Bus From Kuala Lumpur to Sungai Nibong

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Kuala Lumpur to Sungai Nibong Bus

Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia. This city boasts of beautiful skyscrapers, colonial architecture, and a lot of natural attractions too. This is divided into numerous districts and its main hub is called the Golden Triangle. There are numerous shopping malls which makes shopping so blissful. It is a lively city with numerous hawker stalls, cafes, and restaurants to spend some time. Sungai Nibong is located near the Eastern Coast of Penang Island in Malaysia. This city is known for the annual Penang Island Festival, most popularly known as “Pesta Pulau Pinang” in Malaysia.

The distance between Kuala Lumpur to Sungai Nibong is 351 km by road. There are many buses available between this route. The travel time is approximately 5 to 6 hours.

There are many buses plying between Kuala Lumpur to Sungai Nibong. Transnational has 22 buses plying between these two destinations. Few companies offering bus services are Konsortium Bas Ekspres, Transnasional, Cepat & Cekap Express, Alison Golden Coach Express, and Billion Stars Express. There is an extensive list of service providers offering bus services between these two cities.

Kuala Lumpur to Sungai Nibong Bus details

The bus fares usually range from RM 34 on the lower end and RM 74 at the higher end. There typically is a bus leaving Kuala Lumpur to Sungai Nibong almost every hour of the day. The travel time is usually 5 hours.

The bus company promises first-class comfort service for any style of commuters like business and leisure travelers. The expert team of drivers and staff are always ready to help make a passenger’s journey comfortable. The boarding points are TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan), Old Kuala Lumpur railway station, Corus Hotel, and Hentian Duta.

The first bus usually leaves at 9:00 am. The last bus departs at 10:30 pm. The type of buses provided are very comfortable for travelers and the usual drop-off points would be Sungai Nibong, Penang Sentral, Komtar, and Queensbay Mall. There are no pick-up points between these two destinations. So, when you take a bus at night, you may end up reaching the destination early. So, the daytime bus is better than a night bus.

Things to do in Sungai Nibong

There are awesome places to visit here. There are few places listed below with a short description of the place:

  • Kek Lok Si Temple: Hilltop temple complex that’s characterized by the colorful and intricate decor and many Buddha images.
  • Snake Temple: It is a Chinese temple and it is filled with sacred burning incense and a variety of de-venomed pit vipers.
  • Cheong Fatt Tze: This is a palatial boutique hotel.
  • Chew Jetty
  • Penang Street Art
  • Clan Jetties of Penang: A scenic destination of a traditional village.
  • Entopia by Penang Butterfly Farm: Indoor/outdoor place with live butterflies and other insects plus interactive workshops.
  • Penang Little India: Covering an area of Queen Street.
  • Explore Balik Palau
  • Pinang Peranakan Mansion: It is a museum dedicated to Penang’s Peranakan Heritage.
  • Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi: This is a large Chinese clan house with highly ornamented architecture.

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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.

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    Kuala Lumpur

    • Hentian duta
    • Kl sentral
    • TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan)
    • Tbs (terminal bersepadu selatan)
    • Terminal KTM (Old Railway Station)

    Sungai Nibong

    • Penang Sentral
    • Sungai Nibong


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