|Bus Operator||First Bus||Last Bus||Duration|
|Transtar Cross Border||07:10||23:59||1 hrs 0 mins||VIEW PRICE|
The capital of the Malaysian state of Johor has a rich cultural heritage and is known for its calm and leisure bay. Though it is a state majorly made by the Mughal emperor, Sultan Abu Bakar, it is known mainly for a Hindu Temple, Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamann Glass Temple, and is also famous for the state Mosque. The city is also known for its nightlife, shopping malls, and theme parks. Singapore is the only place in Asia with an AAA sovereign rating. It consists of 63 islands and two man-made connections to Johar. It has easily available transport facilities to all its major islands as tourism is one of the major sources of its economy.
Travel is easy within a small distance of around 25 km covered in a small time period of about 1 hour by road. Besides other transport facilities, several buses ply on the route either early in the morning or late at night at frequent time intervals. The most frequently boarded bus is Transtar Cross Border as compared to Singapore-Johor Express and Causeway Link Express.
Singapore to Johor Bahru Bus Details
There are a number of pick-up/boarding points. The fare ranges from S$ 2 to S$ 12 with a variety of amenities provided therein at the basic economy level. The buses are punctual and run on time. The buses can be boarded from Changi Airport, Resort World Sentosa and TS6 & PBS 783 Second Link Checkpoint, Puteri Harbour Ferry Terminal Departure Hall. The first bus starts from Changi Airport at 7:00 am and the last bus is at 11:59 pm from Resort World Sentosa. Bus facility for late night is not easily available since most of the travelers happen to belong to the working class. Online and pre-bookings attract significant discounts although not so frequently in peak season. There are only non-stop buses with no rest stops in between. The bus route travel is quite economical as compared to the hired cabs.
The major drop-off locations are TS8 Johor Bahru CIQ, Puteri Harbour Ferry Terminal Departure Hall, JB Mutiara Hotel, and JB Hallmark Regency ensuring that travelers reach the city near their destined places.
Things to do in Johor Bahru
The historical, cultural, and other enjoyable attractions which make Johor Bahru a place to visit are:
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