There are several buses which operate to and from Malaysia and Singapore city. Bus services are available from Kuala Lumpur and also other locations in Malaysia like the Woodlands Checkpoint and Tuas. There is no central terminal for buses in Malaysia and various companies operate various buses from all over the city.
Some of the major bus operators include Aeroline which has luxury buses offering meals on board, a good lounge area and power sockets. These depart from the Harbour Front Centre and the one way fare is S$47.
First Coach Bus operators have ample legroom and use Second link to travel. These charge a fare of S$33 for one way and $55 for a roundtrip journey. Transnational is Malaysia’s biggest bus operator, offering direct buses from Malaysia to Singapore which departs from Lavender St.
Transtar buses have both sleeper coaches (S$63) and first class coaches charging S$49 for one way. They have comfortable massaging chairs; attendants and videos are played on demand. Wi-fi is also available.
The main bus terminal in Singapore is the Golden Mile Complex. If travelling during weekend evenings, Chinese New year,etc., it is better to make reservations in advance.
Those staying in Malaysia and Thailand can enter Singapore by their private vehicle. However, if the vehicle is registered in a foreign country, then one has to acquire the Autopass card which is a Vehicle Entry Permit. This card can be acquired at the Woodlands or the Tuas checkpoint before entering Singapore city. The vehicle entry permit fee and the toll amount and all the other ERPs are to be paid using the Autopass card.