Transportation in Singapore is properly organized. I would like to share information on means of transport from Singapore to Malaysia. There are three terminals in Singapore that will take you to Malaysia. These are the Queen Street bus terminal, Lavender Street bus terminal and the Golden Mile complex. Let's see short notes about these bus terminals.
In this article, let's get to know the terminals where you can get in and out of Singapore to Malaysia.
Queen Street Bus Station
Queen Street Bus Station offers three great bus connections. They can take you to Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
Singapore-Johor express transport (USD 2.40; every 15 minutes; leaves at 6.30 – 12.00)
Causeway Link Express (CW2) ($ 2.40; roughly every ten minutes; leaves at 6am – 11pm)
SBS Bus Transit 170, ($ 2.10; every 12 minutes; leaves at 5.20 to 12.10)
All buses will take you to Johor Bahru within an hour via Causeway to Larkin Bus and taxi terminal. It can be longer if the checkpoint is feverish.
Located next to Victoria Street wholesale center. Right in Bugis.
Lavender Street bus terminal
Three bus companies operate at the Lavender Street Bus Terminal. These are Delima Express, Malacca Singapore-Express and Transnasional Express to get to Malacca, Kuala Lumpur and Terengganu in Malaysia.
It is located near Lavender Food Square in Little India.
Delima Express provides a wonderful trip from Singapore to Malacca. Buses leave at 8:30, 10:30, 14:30, 18:00, 18:45 (only on Friday). The fare for the bus will be USD 20.80. The journey takes 5 hours.
Malacca Singapore Express, Singapore-Malacca (eleven dollars; 5 hours; departs at 8.00, 9.00, 10.00, 11.00, 13.00, 14.00, 15.00, 16.00)
You can travel to Kuala Lumpur from Singapore via Transnational express. It takes 9 hours to get there and the bus fee is 35 USD. Buses leave at 9am, 12pm, 13:30, 15:00, 18:30, 19:00, 19:30 (only on Friday).
Transnasional Express, Singapore-Kuala Lumpur ($ 35; 9 hours; leaves at 9am, 12pm, 13:30, 15:00, 18:30, 19:00, 19:30 (Friday only)).
The Golden Mile complex
The Golden Mile complex is a pickup point where you can go on a long bus trip to Malaysia. It is informally known as the Golden Mile Complex.
Located on Beach Road, Kallang, near the land strip called the Golden Mile in Singapore.
The Golden Mile food center is located opposite and you can cross the overhead bridge in 5-7 minutes
Grassland Express, Kwang Chow Travel and StarMart Express Air Asia lines are bus companies at the Golden Mile complex in Singapore.
This company mainly travels to Kuala Lumpur (average USD 30 travel), Malacca (USD 50), Penang (USD 45) and Ipoh (USD 40).
The fees are competitive and many companies must be checked before purchasing a ticket.
Although the bus terminals in Singapore are located near the center, getting there by bus or on foot can be difficult if you do not know the roads here.
My advice is to take the train to the nearest MRT station of your vacation destination and from there a taxi. It should cost from 5 to 10 USD depending on the time and distance traveled.
See Singapore-Malaysia bus for more information.