|Bus Operator||First Bus||Last Bus||Duration|
|Transnasional||09:00||23:45||4 hrs 45 mins||VIEW PRICE|
|Cepat Express||03:30||03:30||4 hrs 30 mins||VIEW PRICE|
|Sanwa Express||05:00||23:00||4 hrs 45 mins||VIEW PRICE|
|Maraliner||20:00||20:00||4 hrs 30 mins||VIEW PRICE|
|S&S International Express||17:00||17:00||4 hrs 30 mins||VIEW PRICE|
TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan) is the main long-distance bus terminal of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is one of the three integrated transport terminals of Kuala Lumpur and is adjacent to BTS (Bandar Tasik Selatan station). Both TBS and BTS integrate to form the TBS-BTS transport hub.
The distance is around 343 km between TBS and Mersing. The journey takes roughly 4 hours and 45 minutes though this entirely depends on the bus service, weather, and traffic conditions.
Taking a bus from TBS to Mersing is a convenient and cheap option of traveling due to a robust bus service. The average bus fare is roughly around RM 32 to RM 55 and there may be offers or cashback that’s available on online booking, so do check before booking.
TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan) to Mersing Bus Details
Many bus operators run their buses on the route from TBS to Mersing. The operators are Transasional, Maraliner, Sanwa Express, LA Holiday, S&S International, and Sepakat Liner, who all are popular and provide a reputed bus service in Malaysia. They all believe in punctual services and comfortable travel.
Their buses include SVIP, Economy and Executive buses with comfortable seating, spacious legroom and are well-maintained. There are numerous buses at regular intervals from TBS to Mersing from many bus operators. One can board the available bus as there are buses that are very frequent and regular.
The first bus from TBS to Mersing is at 4 am and the last bus from TBS leaves at 11:45 at night.
The arrival point or drop point in Mersing is the Mersing Bus Terminal. Located in a convenient location and is easy to further commute locations. From there, one needs to go to Mersing Jetty. The Mersing Jetty is near the bus terminal and it takes approximately 10 minutes to reach there by walk. If one has luggage, then taxis are available as well.
Things to do in Mersing
The town of Mersing is the gateway to many nearby beautiful islands. Some of the famous sights of Mersing are:
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Buses tagged with the Safety+ sign are disinfected regularly, are operated by staff members that wear face masks and gloves, and are installed with hand sanitizers.
As part of this move against the coronavirus, redBus requests all its users to maintain social distancing and observe personal hygiene. If you are travelling, make sure you are wearing a face mask at all times, washing your hands regularly, and not touching your face. In case you are unwell, please postpone your travel plans.
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Easy online bus booking methods and secure payment options on redBus.my enable travellers to book Tbs (terminal bersepadu selatan) to Mersing 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).
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