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Top Bus Routes From Klang

RouteFirst BusLast Bus
Klang to Johor bahru00:0000:45BOOK NOW
Klang to JB Larkin Bus Terminal00:0000:45BOOK NOW
Klang to Kuala terengganu00:0021:00BOOK NOW
Klang to Kemaman00:0023:30BOOK NOW
Klang to Kota bharu00:0000:30BOOK NOW

Top Bus Routes To Klang

RouteFirst BusLast Bus
Johor bahru to Klang00:0000:00BOOK NOW
JB Larkin Bus Terminal to Klang00:0000:00BOOK NOW
Kemaman to Klang00:0023:50BOOK NOW
Dungun to Klang00:0023:30BOOK NOW
Kuala terengganu to Klang00:0022:30BOOK NOW

Klang Bus tickets

Klang, also known as the royal town of Kelang, is the former capital of the Selangor Sultanate. Located near the busy port of Swettenham Klang, it has developed as an important industrial zone in the region. One of the oldest settlements in Malaysia, the city of Klang is a treasure trove to the rich historical heritage and vibrant culture of the region. A number of royal palaces, mosques, churches, temples, and other beautiful monuments are witness to interesting stories from history. There are a number of modern attractions and entertainment avenues added to appeal to the increasing tourists and travel enthusiasts from across the globe. The Victorian era colonial architecture blends well with the beautiful Islamic structures and traditional Malay, Chinese, Buddhist, and Hindu style monuments. Klang is truly a melting pot of many cultures and overlapping traditions.

Important Locations to Visit

 

Your visit to Klang will keep you busy. Amongst the mesmerizing monuments, industrial chaos, and the abundant bounty of nature, there is a hidden beauty waiting to be discovered and explored. Check out these must-visit tourist attractions, indulge in culinary trails of delicious local cuisine and take back home a lot of souvenirs and beautiful memories.

 

  • The Royal Gallery – The Galeri Diraja Sultan Abdul Aziz Museum showcases the rich heritage and cultural artefacts of the region. The exhibits include the royal collection of gifts and crown jewel replicas of the Selangor dynasty. The entry to the museum is free. Spend time understanding the rich history of the region.
  • Sri Sunderaraja Perumal Temple – Famed as the ‘Thirupathi of SouthEast Asia’, this beautiful Vaishnavite temple is over 120 years old and an important place of pilgrimage and worship for the Malays and Hindus. The colourful shikhara or the vimana of the temple is intricately carved, and the interiors have beautiful depiction mythological stories.
  • Kuan Yin – Built in Chinese style, the ornate temple is known for its grandeur and intricate architecture. The influence of Chinese culture in Malaysia can be experienced in many such monuments.
  • Klang Royal Gardens – The green area with age-old banyan trees is perfect for picnics, and clicking beautiful pictures of nature.
  • Snake Temple - The Taoist Thian Hock Keong Snake Temple with numerous sculptures of the slithering serpents adorning the altar and roof also have a variety of snakes kept in enclosures.
  • Gedung Raja Abdulla - The tin warehouse converted into a historical museum is over 150 years old structure.
  • Little India – The vibrant area of Jalan Tengku Kelana showcases the influence of the Indian community in Malaysia. Perfect for shopping and indulging in curries and other flavourful delicacies, it is reminiscent of little India in Malaysia.

 

Explore the street art at Laman Seni 7 or spend time at the i-city amusement park. SnoWalk has human-made snow, ice sculptures, and sledging while the Trick Art Museum is a cool gallery of optical illusions. Istana Alam Shah is the royal palace with a number of interesting exhibits while Boustead Cruise Centre operates ferries and boats to take you to open waters. Klang Kwan Imm Temple is a vibrant Buddhist Temple while Kota Bridge is known for architectural craftsmanship.  

 

Besides these, there are beautiful locales of Crab Island – Pulau Ketam, Pulau Indah, Tanjung Harapan, Taman Pengkalan Batu and more to explore. Keep your camera handy to capture the raw beauty of Klang.

 

Apart from the ferries and private transport, buses are the most convenient and economic way to reach Klang. International travellers arriving at KLIA can board the bus to Klang from the airport. The transport network is well-developed, and the traffic is efficiently managed to keep the city congestion free.

 

Boarding Points in Klang


There are a number of boarding points available in Klang for the convenience of the travellers. These may vary from operator to operator; however, the most popular choices are listed below. One can reach these boarding points easily with the local travel options available.

 

  • Klang
  • Klang Bus Terminal
  • Klang Sentral Bus Terminal, Selangor
  • Klang Sentral
  • Bukit tinggi

 

Dropping Points in Klang

 

The drop points are in proximity to popular tourist locations and places where hotels and lodgings are concentrated. Reach these dropping points with local transport options available easily. The locations may vary from operator to operator.

 

  • Klang
  • Shah alam
  • Klang Sentral Bus Terminal
  • Persiaran Klang Sentral
  • Klang Sentral Bus Terminal, Selangor
  • Meru Bus Station
  • Bukit tinggi

Important Routes to and From Klang

There are a number of routes starting from Klang to reach various locations across Malaysia and Singapore. Listed here are the most popular routes. Explore the redBus website for more options: 

  • Klang to Johar Bahru
  • Klang to Skudai
  • Klang to JB Larkin Bus Terminal
  • Klang to Machang
  • Klang to Ipoh Amanjaya
  • Klang to KLIA bus
  • Klang to KLIA 1
  • Klang to Kota Bharu, and many more

Similarly, the popular routes to reach Klang are:

  • Machang to Klang
  • Laloh to Klang
  • Kuala Terenghanu to Klang
  • KLIA 2 to Klang
  • Batu Pahat to Klang
  • Johar Bahru to Klang
  • JB Larkin Bus Terminal to Klang
  • K.krai (dp) to Klang
  • Kuala Krai to Klang
  • Singapore to Klang, and many more 

redBus operates a number of buses connecting Klang to and from various locations across Malaysia and Singapore. Book your preferred seats on our user-friendly website or download the mobile app from Playstore for android or Appstore for iOS. Find exclusive offers and discount deals, and make the payment with a secured gateway.

Over a hundred operators operate the buses to and from Klang. Utama Ekspres, Prisma Express, Causeway Link, Jasa Pelangi Ekspres, Perdana Express, Aerobus Klang, Transnasional, Intertop, KKKL, Quickliner, Plusliner are the most popular operators operating buses on multiple routes.

The buses are designed with comfortable seats and have ample entertainment options for the convenience of the travellers. Rest stops are provided along the route for freshening up and light snacks. Our partner buses are fitted with a GPS tracker and follow punctual schedules. We take utmost care to ensure proper hygiene for the safety of our passengers.

Book your tickets to various locations with redBus and explore the world of convenient travelling. Explore the best of Klang with redBus.

Boarding Points in Klang

Mentioned below are some of the boarding points in Klang that help commuters to opt for the most convenient location. Please note that these pick-up points vary from one operator to another.


  • Bukit tinggi
  • Klang
  • Klang Sentral
  • Klang Sentral Bus Terminal
  • Klang Sentral Bus Terminal, Selangor
  • Terminal Klang Sentral
  • Terminal Klang Sentral ( Klang Bus Terminal)
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Dropping Points in Klang

Some of the popular drop points in Klang are given below. Please note that these drop locations generally differ from one bus operator to another. The drop points in Klang are as follows

  • Bukit tinggi
  • Klang
  • Klang Sentral
  • Klang Sentral Bus Terminal
  • Klang Sentral Bus Terminal, Selangor
  • Meru Bus Station
  • Persiaran Klang Sentral
  • Shah alam
  • Terminal Klang Sentral
  • Terminal Klang Sentral ( Klang Bus Terminal)
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Bus Operators Serving to Klang

There are a number of operators serving in Klang. All the listed bus operators facilitate comfortable bus journeys in the city. Some of the popular bus operators in Klang are:

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Klang Online Bus Ticket Booking

The buses plying in Klang can be opted as a travel option by many. Booking bus tickets online in Klang is easy, fast and can be booked securely on redbus.my.

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FAQs

Q: Do I need to make an account on the redBus website to book a bus?
A: No, you do not need to make an account with redBus to book a ticket. But, it is advisable to make an account to help speed up the booking process the next time you need to book a bus ticket. redBus offers a number of discounts and offers as well and you can easily avail these offers if you are registered with redBus.
Q: What is an M-Ticket?
A: An M-Ticket is the virtual replacement of your bus ticket printout. An M-Ticket is an SMS that’s sent to your registered mobile number the moment you have successfully booked a bus ticket on the official website of redBus. The M-Ticket will basically contain details of your bus ticket such as timing, pick-up and drop-off points, vehicle registration number, PNR, and TIN numbers as well. The M-Ticket procedure has been an eco-friendly initiative employed by redBus to help reduce the amount of paper being used.
Q: How do I book my bus ticket at Klang?
A: You can either visit the bus operator counter of your choice or you can visit the official website of redBus. The user-friendly and interactive website offers a step-by-step process of booking a bus ticket in a matter of minutes. The site offers a lot of useful information such as bus timings, fares, pick-up and drop-off points, and much more.
Q: How do I get in touch with the customer care department of redBus, Malaysia?
A: If you need any assistance with your booking or if you have a query about a particular bus operator or route, you can contact the customer care department of redBus in Malaysia by dialing +603-3099-2524 or you can even write an email to support@redbus.my
Q: Is it safe to use my debit or credit card to book a ticket on the redBus website?
A: redBus has invested a lot to ensure that their customers are protected at all times and not just during their journey. redBus hosts a secure platform where transactions can be made safely. With over 180 million satisfied users, history should tell you exactly how secure it is to make a payment through the redBus website or app.
Q: How far is Klang from other major Malaysian cities?
A: Klang, officially called the Royal Town of Klang, is less than half an hour away from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is approximately 230 kilometers (143 miles) away from Ipoh, Perak, and around 350 kilometers (218 miles) away from Johor Bahru, Johor, by road.
Q: Where can I board a bus to Klang from other Malaysian cities?
A: Klang is a popular destination among locals and tourists alike, so you will be able to reach the Royal Town by bus. Klang Sentral bus terminal is the main station and is frequented by buses from major cities. Super Nice, Starmart, Alya Express, and Etika Express depart from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan in Kuala Lumpur towards Klang every day. In Ipoh, Transnational, Kesatuan, and PlusLiner buses towards Klang depart from Terminal Amanjaya.
Q: Is it safe to travel by bus in and around Malaysia?
A: Yes, it is very safe to travel by bus in and around Malaysia. It’s also very convenient. Malaysia has beautiful landscapes that are best enjoyed on bus rides through the country. Bus operators ensure that their buses are kept in perfect conditions; their drivers undergo training to deliver comfortable bus rides that are also safe. It is also easier to get to inner towns and villages in Malaysia by bus because, a lot of the times, they don’t have airports and are too far away from the ones that most international and national flights land at.
Q: How do I get to Kuala Lumpur International Airport from Klang?
A: Although there isn’t a direct Klang to KLIA bus, you can still easily get to KL International Airport by bus. First, you will need to board a coach that stops at Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS). Your choice of bus operators includes Starmart, Aerobus Klang, and Alya Express. At TBS, you can switch to a KLIA Transit bus. On average, the bus journey is two hours long; however, this depends on the route available to you based on the timings you’ve selected.
Q: What bus types can I choose from when traveling to and from Klang?
A: Your choice of bus types and amenities depends on the operator you choose to travel with, as well as your final destination. Some bus types you’ll be able to choose from are Economy, Seater, Executive, Business, SVIP, VIP, Reclining Seater, and Sleeper. If you can’t find a bus type in the dropdown when making your reservation, it is likely because those bus types don’t service that route at that time or at all.
Q: What time does the first bus depart from Klang?
A: Again, this depends on the bus operator and destination you choose. On average, a lot of operators deploy their first bus early in the morning, starting from 7:30 AM. The last bus usually departs before midnight. Buses to Klang, however, depart from major cities at all times of the day from midnight to evening time.
Q: How do I pick my drop-off point in Klang?
A: You will be able to do so during the first step in the reservation process. When entering your destination, you can pick the most convenient drop-off point from the dropdown. We would advise that you confirm your drop-off point with the bus driver when you board the bus.