|Bus Operator||First Bus||Last Bus||Duration|
|Causeway Link||12:30||20:30||3 hrs 0 mins||VIEW PRICE|
|City Express||07:45||19:45||3 hrs 7 mins||VIEW PRICE|
|Mayang Sari Express||09:00||17:00||3 hrs 14 mins||VIEW PRICE|
|StarMart Express||08:00||23:45||5 hrs 7 mins||VIEW PRICE|
|Prisma Express||16:00||16:00||2 hrs 30 mins||VIEW PRICE|
Melaka Sentral is the largest public transportation terminal in Melaka City. It is located between Lebuh AMJ and Jalan Panglima Awang. The bus and taxi terminal is Malaysia’s first air-conditioned bus and taxi terminal and it has been servicing passengers since 2004. The JB Larkin terminal is a bus terminal located in Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. The terminal boasts of direct uninterrupted bus service to and from many cities and towns in Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand.
The distance between Melaka Sentral to JB Larkin Terminal is approximately 215 km by road. Around 7 to 8 bus operators provide buses to make around 32 to 35 daily trips on this route. They provide efficient and reliable conveyance facilities to cover the journey which takes about 3 hours.
Owing to a comparatively shorter distance between the two cities and an economically viable option offered by bus operators, commuters prefer bus transportation over other available modes.
Melaka Sentral to JB Larkin Terminal Bus Details
KKKL, StarMart, Delima Express, Mayang Sari, Causeway Link, Orkid Express, and S&S International are some of the most reliable and popular bus operators providing bus facilities from Melaka to Larkin. Considering their combined departures, Melaka virtually has a departure interval of 30 minutes for buses to Larkin. These operators usually guarantee luxurious ambiance which includes air-conditioning, TV for entertainment, steward services, and well-furnished interiors.
The first bus departs at 7:30 AM from Mahkota Medical Centre whereas the last bus leaves at 11:00 PM from the Melaka Sentral bus terminal. The bus fare usually hovers around RM 18 to RM 30 depending on the coach company, and more often than not, one stopover is provided during the journey at a highway resting area.
Delima is the biggest and most popular operator on the route and provides as many as 10 hourly departures starting from 8 AM to 7 PM. The experience is worthwhile, and they guarantee the best of their services to passengers. Delima does not provide stoppages for toilet purposes unless a passenger makes a request. They usually allow snacks on the bus.
Even though online booking is more than a feasible option, commuters must be wary of the fact that quite a few bus operators, like Delima, don’t offer refunds on tickets in case of trip cancellations.
Things to do in JB Larkin
Out of the numerous tourist attractions in JB, a few are enumerated below:
Avoid the Queue with Melaka Sentral Boarding Pass
The journey from Melaka sentral to JB Larkin Bus Terminal gets extremely comfortable and easier with redBus’ special Melaka Sentral boarding pass. The best feature of this boarding pass is the QR code through which passengers can avoid standing in the queue to exchange their bus tickets with a boarding pass at the terminal. Currently, passengers are required to collect their boarding pass by standing in a queue even after having a confirmed bus ticket. This might take around 30 minutes to an hour or more during peak hours. With this special offering by redBus, an email with a Melaka Sentral boarding pass is sent to the passengers. With this, passengers can directly head to the boarding area and scan the QR code provided on the boarding pass for entry. To choose a redBus boarding pass with QR code on the bus route from Melaka sentral to JB Larkin Bus Terminal, one can follow these simple steps:
Introducing Safety+, a new way to ensure that your bus travel is safe and devoid of potential infection. This feature allows bus operators to showcase their adherence to all Covid-19 guidelines as suggested by the Malaysian government.
Safety+ also allows users to identify bus services that follow all Covid-19 measures in their buses to ensure long-distance safer bus travel. This is in addition to spatial distancing measures taken by redBus with respect to the number of passengers and the distance between them in a bus.
All buses tagged with the Safety+ sign are disinfected after every trip, have drivers and staff that wear masks and gloves at all times, and have hand sanitizers installed in them. Users are also expected to maintain social distancing, wear masks and observe personal hygiene, and travel only if needed.
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Disclaimer: Bus timings, routes, and fares are subject to change. Please check locally for any last-minute changes.
Easy online bus booking methods and secure payment options on redBus.my enable travellers to book Melaka sentral to JB Larkin Bus Terminal 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: The distance from Melaka Sentral (Malaysia) to JB Larkin Bus Terminal is approximately 200 kilometres by road. The distance between both the terminal is approximately 180 kilometres. Usually, it is a two and a half hour to three hours journey via Lebuhraya Utara-Selatan/AH2/E2 through a bus. There are enough buses on this route to transport visitors or fellow countrymen. There are around 9 to 10 bus operators running approximately 35 round trips on this route. The cities are situated close to each other and people prefer buses for their easy availability and high round trip frequency. There are also alternatives like Taxi services depending upon the choice of people. One can find continuous buses from Melaka Sentral to JB Larkin Bus Terminal.
A: There is an abundance of buses on this route. Buses on this route start from 7:45 am by City Express and keep running till 11:45 pm at night and are provided by StarMart Express. midnight. Melaka Sentral to JB Larkin Terminal bus schedule can be viewed on the redBus app or website.
A: Some of the bus operators that run their bus from Melaka Sentral to JB Larkin Bus Terminal on this route are Causeway Link, Mayang Sari Express, City Express, StarMart Express, Prisma ExpressKKKL, Delima Express, Orkid Express, and S&S International. One can book a Melaka Sentral to JB Larkin Terminal bus ticket from the aforementioned operators through the redBus website - www.redBus.my or can book it through the redBus mobile application.
A: A Melaka Sentral to JB Larkin bus ticket price ranges between RM 17 to RM 20 depending upon the bus type i.e. Standard buses, A/C buses, etc.
A: One can book tickets through online booking options provided by redBus and an e-ticket will be emailed to you. One can simply use it as their ticket for the journey if their boarding point is a bus stop. In the case of terminals, you need to carry a physical print out of your ticket. Also, the bus operators demand that one should have their respective personal IDs and in the case of foreigners, one should have their Visa/Passport with them. Failing to do so may lead to the stoppage of passengers to board the bus and in some cases invites interference of local authorities. Malaysia has also some travel guidelines which are to be taken care of. One cannot bring any unprescribed drugs, any illegal weapons, any type of pornographic material/content. They have very harsh rules and sometimes there is even a death penalty for illegal drug consumption/distribution/transportation. The passports of foreigners travelling to Malaysia should be valid for at least the upcoming 6 months.
A: If you are making an online booking, many bus operators provide the option of rescheduling tickets, when you will be looking for a ticket on redBus, look closely for the rescheduling option. Not all the operators entertain modifying your ticket. So, research well before booking. The payment options are through debit/credit cards and applications like redBus provide 3D secure payment portals which enhance transaction security.
A: The buses provide various services/amenities for their passengers depending upon the bus/ticket type. A list of facilities provided by the operators are A/C, masks and hand sanitizers are also part of basic amenities keeping in mind the coronavirus pandemic, well cleaned/sanitized buses, regular temperature check-ups, a first aid box is present in buses for cases of emergency, charging points/USB ports, reading light, seating with social distancing, and emergency exit doors.
A: The redBus boarding pass is a special offering that comes with a unique QR code. Passengers can save their time and skip the queue by opting for a boarding pass and head to the boarding area by scanning the QR code.
A: Yes, your bus ticket and boarding pass are not the replacements of each other. Hence, we would request you to keep both of these handy while boarding a bus from Melaka sentral.
A: No. Once you opt in for the boarding pass, the boarding pass fee would be added to your bus ticket fare. You can pay for the same using various payment options available on redBus.
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