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Bus To Tbs (terminal bersepadu selatan)

RoutesNumber Of BusesFare Starts From (MYR)
Johor bahru to Tbs (terminal bersepadu selatan)23728.00VIEW PRICE
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Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, popularly known as TBS, is one of the most frequented stations in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is an extended leg of the Bandar Tasik Selatan (BTS) train station. Together, the two stations form an Integrated Transport Terminal (ITT).


Out of the three ITTs in Kuala Lumpur, only TBS is currently operational. The popular bus station was built to siphon traffic from Puduraya (Pudu Sentral Terminal) which experienced congestion and heavy footfall more often than not. 


TBS was initially meant to service Southbound buses. It steadily took over a massive chunk of outbound buses from Kuala Lumpur, making Puduraya an intra-city bus terminal instead. Therefore, travelers and locals in Kuala Lumpur looking to board a bus out of the city will need to go to TBS and not Puduraya. 


redBus makes it convenient to book TBS bus tickets on the go, without needing to stand in long queues at the station itself. While the TBS online portal allows travelers to book tickets, redBus offers additional perks including great discounts and seat selection options. 


Getting to Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) from within Kuala Lumpur


TBS is 14.1 kilometres away from Kuala Lumpur’s city centre, via the fastest route by car. Travelers will find TBS easily accessible both from Middle Ring Road 2 and the Besraya Expressway. This is one of the best-connected bus terminals in Malaysia. Travellers going to TBS from the city centre can use the following routes:


  • By rail: From Masjid Jamek station, take the SPL bound for Putra Heights and alight at Bandar Tasik Selatan. Walk for around a kilometre until you reach TBS.

 

  • By car or taxi: Take the Lebuhraya Kuala Lumpur - Seremban/E37 route to reach TBS in the least possible time.


  • There are many intra-city buses that connect TBS to other parts of Kuala Lumpur, so travelers on a budget will find this a handy option. Travelers who are ready to splurge, are unfamiliar with the city, or have baggage to take onto a bus can use taxis to reach TBS.


If you’ve purchased your TBS bus tickets on redBus, ensure that you’ve checked what platform you need to be at. It is always advised to arrive at the terminal, with your TBS tickets in hand, at least half an hour before your bus departs. This is especially important for first-time visitors who are unfamiliar with TBS.


Traveling by Bus To and From Kuala Lumpur


Traveling by bus to and from Kuala Lumpur is an economical option that doesn’t sacrifice safety or comfort. Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia, in general, are superbly scenic, and the best way to enjoy the view is on board a bus. 


The vastly-integrated road transport system in Malaysia makes every little cornet and hamlet accessible. Depending on your budget and travel needs, you’ll be able to select the right bus operator, amenities, and routes– something you can’t do in other modes of transport.


Many cities and towns in Kuala Lumpur are accessible only through buses, as they do not have airports or ship ports. Renting a car or a taxi doesn’t allow you the freedom of traveling in a well-appointed coach at a scheduled time.

 

Traveller Amenities at Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS)


Of all the bus terminals in Malaysia, TBS is considered by many as one of the most traveller-friendly terminals in the country. TBS has over 60 bays for buses, about 150 spaces for taxis, and around 1,000 slots for general parking. The scale of this structure makes it a major bus terminal for the city. It also makes it much more likely for travelers to feel lost, so do familiarise yourself with the terminal before arriving.


Here are some of the amenities you can expect to find:


  • Ticketing services: The terminal has 59 staffed counters and 12 self-ticketing machines for travellers to purchase tickets for all bus operators that depart from there. If you have booked a TBS ticket online, you won’t need to visit these counters.
  • Information kiosks: The interactive kiosks scattered around the terminal offer store directory listings, guides to the city, information on tourist sites and a complete list of bus operators.
  • Shopping: There are several stand-alone boutiques, pharmacies, and convenience stores such as 7-Eleven and Point Convenience for travellers to kill time. 
  • Dining: KFC, Dunkin’ Donuts, Nasi Kandar, Fuel Shack, and Kenny Rogers Roasters are some of the fast-food chains and restaurants at the terminals for travellers to grab a bite to eat.


TBS packs a lot of traveler-friendly amenities within its complex. Travelers who haven’t purchased their TBS bus tickets can use the CTS counters at the terminal, or any of the self-vending machines.


Storage rooms can be rented to store luggage, while childcare rooms provide privacy for mothers and their infants. Travelers with a lot of spare time can window-shop or splurge at the many stores and boutiques in the terminal. To grab a bite to eat before your bus journey, head to the food outlets whipping up a variety of dishes. If you need to withdraw money, you’ll find many ATMs on-site, serviced by different banks.


TBS is fully air-conditioned and can comfortably seat a massive number of passengers in its lounges and VIP rooms while they wait to board their bus.


Popular Bus Operators at Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS)


TBS has emerged as a major terminal for outbound long-distance buses, as well as buses that enter Kuala Lumpur. Travelers will find themselves spoilt for choice when it comes to bus operators since Kuala Lumpur itself is a tourist and economic hub.


There are many operators providing multiple buses with high-quality services at reasonable prices. All operators focus sufficiently on ensuring the safety and comfort of their passengers. They all strive to maintain high levels of hygiene and cleanliness onboard their buses.


Some of the major bus operators providing services that travel to and from TBS are:


  • Plusliner
  • Jasmine Express
  • Lapan- Lapan Travels
  • Causeway Link
  • StarMart Express
  • Alisan Golden Coach Services
  • Prisma Express
  • Intercity Coach Services

 

Highly-frequented destinations that travelers can get to from TBS include Singapore, Malacca, Melaka Sentral, Kuantan, and Ipoh Amanjaya. Travelers can book TBS bus tickets to all these destinations and more on redBus using the handy operator filters that are available on the online bus ticketing platform.


Perks of Booking TBS Tickets with redBus


Gone are the days when travelers were expected to queue up to book tickets. In a few quick steps, you can now book a TBS online ticket on redBus.


redBus has scores of bus operators in its repository who service nearly every motorable route to and from Kuala Lumpur. Whether it’s cheap TBS bus tickets you’re looking for or a window seat on board your favorite bus, the redBus website and app can help.


Here's how you can book TBS bus tickets on the redBus website:


  • Visit the Malaysian offshoot of the official website 
  • Enter the departure and arrival cities
  • Select the date of journey 
  • Enter a return date if you want to book a round trip 
  • Hit ‘Search Buses’


You’ll find a list of bus operators servicing buses between your selected cities on the chosen date. If you’d like to narrow the list down by timings, ratings, or bus operators, you can do so using the filters on the right. You can also make your selection based on bus amenities and available seats– these choices will influence your final ticket amount. Booking TBS bus tickets on the redBus app is just as simple.


Here is a glimpse of the type of buses you can select when journeying out of TBS Kuala Lumpur:


  • AC buses
  • Sleeper buses fitted with reclining seats
  • Buses with WiFi
  • Luxury buses 
  • Economy and budget coaches


The payment gateways on both the app and the website are secure and protected by top-notch cybersecurity software. Depending on the operator you choose, you’ll get your TBS online ticket as an e-ticket to your email ID.


When you book with redBus, you’re guaranteed a hassle-free journey!

 

Contact Infomation

TBS Contact Number: +603-9051 2000

Email: customercare@tbsbts.com.my

 

TBS Address

Jalan Terminal Selatan

Bandar Tasik Selatan

57100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

Important Contact Information

Customer Service Office: 03-9051 2000

Management Office: 03-9051 2121

The Land Public Transport Commission: 03-9057 4493

Police Post TBS: 03-9057 7422

 

Disclaimer: Bus timings, routes, and fares are subject to change. Please check the redBus app or website for any last-minute changes.

Amenities at Tbs (terminal bersepadu selatan)

This bus terminal called Tbs (terminal bersepadu selatan) is fully air-conditioned and consists of comfortable seating arrangements. While you wait for your bus, you can spend time by shopping at the numerous boutiques and fashion outlets located at Tbs (terminal bersepadu selatan). If you wish to get a drink to cool down, head on along to one of the many food and beverage outlets available here. There are ATMs, VIP Lounges, restrooms, bus ticket counters, mobile charging points and much more.

Popular Bus Operators at Tbs (terminal bersepadu selatan)

There are a number of bus companies/operators providing valuable transport services at Tbs (terminal bersepadu selatan). All the buses come with neat and clean interiors. They also ensure passenger comfort and safety at all times. Some of the popular bus operators are:

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Why book Tbs (terminal bersepadu selatan) bus tickets with redBus?

Our customers will be eligible for all active offers and cash backs. They can enjoy their bus ride at an affordable price. T&C*. Our simple, fast and secured bus reservation procedure shall keep your hassles away. We would suggest booking your tickets in advance (not mandatory) and experience our amazing discounts.

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FAQs

Q-1). How can I buy my tickets to Terminal Bersepadu Selantan (TBS)?
A: You can buy your bus tickets to and from Terminal Bersepadu Selantan (TBS) or to any destination of your choice in Malaysia by visiting the official website of redBus (www.redbus.my) or by downloading the redBus app.
Q-2). Should I book my bus ticket at the counter or on the redBus platform?
A: There are 2 ways in which you can buy a bus ticket nationwide. You can physically go to the terminal of your choice, go to the counter of the bus operator with which you want to travel, stand in a queue, select a seat, and book your ticket. Or if you prefer, you can visit www.redbus.my or download the app and reserve your seat in 5 minutes from the comfort of your home or office.
Q-3). Can I choose the terminal I want to arrive or depart through redBus?
A: Of course, you can! Search for the terminal of your preference in the pick-up point or destination, then choose your travel date, and click the search button. redBus will display a list of bus operators, and their respective schedules, that go to your selected destination.
Q-4). Should I take a printout of by bus ticket when I go to TBS?
A: It is not necessary to take your printed bus ticket, but you must bring the e-ticket that we send to your email once the purchase is finished. In the terminal, go to the counter of your bus company, present it, and they will give you the ticket that you must present at the time of boarding.
Q-5). What happens if the bus does not leave at the time my ticket dictates and/or is cancelled?
A: These issues should be brought directly to the bus operator. Passengers could contact the customer support team of redBus to know more.
Q-6). Will I find a redBus counter at the terminals?
A: At the moment we do not have our own counters at the terminals. However, for any questions you can contact us through the Call Center or go to the Bus Operator's own counter.
Q-7). Do I need to make an account on the redBus website to buy a bus ticket?
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 buying process the next time you want to travel. Also, redBus offers a number of discounts and offers which you can easily access and use if you are registered.
Q-8). How do I contact the customer service department of redBus, Malaysia?
A: If you need help with your purchase or if you have any questions about a particular bus operator or route, you can contact the redBus customer service department in Malaysia by dialing +60330992524 or by sending an email to support@redbus.my
Q-9). How do you get from TBS to KLIA?
A: KLIA lies 48km away from TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan). There are a number of modes of transport that a passenger could take to get to TBS. Passengers can either take a taxi, bus or train to KLIA from TBS. The cheapest mode of travel is via bus. The average travel duration via bus is 1 hour. Visit www.redbus.my to know more about the buses and bus operators who offer their services on this route. Taxi’s cost the most as the average fare for this journey can go up to RM 50 and taxis take the same amount of travel time as a bus to go from TBS to KLIA.
Q-10). How to get to TBS?
A: TBS is a major bus terminal of Malaysia and is thereby connected to nearly every part of the country. Passengers can either board a bus to TBS or hire a taxi to travel to TBS. If these modes of transport don’t suffice, passengers can board the KLIA Transit (ERL) train if it departs from the passenger’s location.
Q-11). Where can I purchase bus tickets at TBS?
A: People who wish to purchase their ticket at TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan) will have to proceed towards the CTS Counters 1-48. They can even head to the Ticket Vending Machines (TVM) 1-7 which are located on Level 3 of TBS. Tickets can be purchased here using cash. If you wish to complete your transaction by using a credit/debit card or any other mode of payment, visit www.redbus.my today to experience a user-friendly and hassle-free experience.
Q-12). Are bus tickets offered at the same price at the CTS Counters and on the redBus platform?
A: No. Prices of bus tickets that are sold on the redBus platform are sold at subsidized rates. redBus offers exclusive discounts and seasonal offers that you won’t find at a CTS Counter or a Ticket Vending Machine. Passengers are highly recommended to visit www.redbus.my or download the app to view a wide range of bus options and avail exciting offers and discounts.
Q-13). How early should I reach TBS to board my bus?
A: Terminal Bersepadu Selatan is a very busy hub. We recommend you reach at least half an hour before your departure time to avoid a last-minute rush.
Q-14). What are the facilities that are available at TBS?
A: TBS is a very big terminal and has many amenities like food joints, ATM, storage room, childcare room, and shopping.
Q-15). Can I search for “ticket bus online TBS” to book a ticket to Melaka Sentral? Does redBus have operators to this destination from TBS?
A: You can book tickets to Melaka Sentral and also many other popular destinations like Ipoh Amanjaya, Malacca, Singapore, and Kuantan through the redBus mobile app or website. Please note that if you are booking a ticket to destinations outside Malaysia, like Singapore, you will require a valid Visa.
Q-16). How will I know if there is a delay in the bus departure for my TBS ticket?
A: Usually, if there is any delay in departure, your bus operator will call and inform you about the delay. Alternately, as a precaution, you can also call us or visit our website for any last-minute changes.
Q-17). If I have to wait at the TBS for my connecting bus, what can I do here at the terminal or in the city?
A: You can shop, eat or take rest in the Lounge at the terminal. The entire terminal is airconditioned and has many amenities. If your waiting time is even longer, you can even choose to visit some of the important places in Kuala Lumpur like Petronas Twin Towers, Menara Kuala Lumpur, and Thean Hou Temple.