International bus service from Singapore and Indonesia is available to Malaysian destinations like Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru and Melaka. From Indonesia, buses operate between Pontianak in West Kalimantan and Kuching in Sarawak. Several bus companies connect Singapore to Melaka, Kuala Lumpur, Penang and East Coast cities. Buses to Singapore also operate from Johor Bahru.
From Kuala Lumpur, several buses operate for Hat Yai in southern Thailand. Buses between Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur are also available. Puduraya Bus Terminal is the main bus station in Kuala Lumpur.
Another major bus station in the country is Putra Bus Terminal that runs buses to East Coast Malaysia. Duta Bus Terminal serves buses for Northern states. It is the hub for Transnasional Coach Services. Buses to the Eastern states including Kuantan and Jerantut leave from Pekeliling Bus Terminal.
Several domestic buses also operate in Malaysia like long-distance express buses and Hop-on Hop-off city buses. Transnasional and NICE/Plusliner are the two largest bus companies in Malaysia.
Maraliner and Biaramas are the bus companies providing services in peninsular and east Malaysia. From Kuala Lumpur, buses like Rapid KL, City Liner, Metrobus and Hop-on Hop-off run on several routes.
Northbound buses in Malaysia operate at a frequency of 15 minutes. Kuala Lumpur International Airport Coaches leave every 20 minutes. Northeast bound coaches in Malaysia operate at a frequency of 15 minutes. East and west bound coaches also operate at an interval of 15 minutes.
Express buses from Penang to Singapore operate daily. The buses between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore depart from Puduraya Bus Terminal at 9 am, 10 am, 11:30 am, 1:30 pm, 2:30 pm, 4:30 pm, 6 pm, 7 pm and 9 pm.
We are senior couple, from New Delhi we will travel to Singapore and stay put from 28th Dec.2013 to 7.01.2014. From 7th Jan we want to travel to Malaysia for 5/6 nights and fly back to New Delhi. Have been to KL before and visited Kangkawi in July this year. Could you suggest some nice destinations?
My wife does not want too many flights. Thanks!
I would like to spend 2 nis and 3 days at a beach resort in Malaysia close to Singapore during the second or third week of Sept 2011 . We are a family of 4 elders and 2 Kids . Please provide information about anu available packages for stay boarding and lodging and food
I was planning to go on a holiday to Far East in sometime for about a week or so. Can anyone please suggest me a good package according to my budget which is around Rs.80-90,000. Also do tell me which places should i include in my package which can make my trip interesting. Thank you !
We are planning for a 7-8 day holiday trip to Malaysia and/ or Singapore in May'09. My query is that since we would be travelling with 2 young kids (2yr old and 6 yr old), what are the best places to visit/must see in these countries? Its their first trip abroad. Is it a good time to visit these countries during May? Will the weather be too Humid and hot ? Also, would pure vegetarian fare be easily available in these Far East countries?
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