"Bus between Singapore and Johor Baharu" Singapore Transportation Tip by cal6060
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Currently, there are several bus operators to run between Singapore to Johor Baharu route. There are SBS 170, Singapore-Johore Express, and Causeway Link. There have their own bus stands on Queen Street Bus Terminal Singapore, Woodland Check-point, Johor Check-point, and Larkin Station.
In Queen Street Bus Terminal:
The nearest MRT is at Bugis. You can take any of the above buses in this bus terminal. You pay S$2.40 in the bus for Causeway Link, and to the money collector at the bus stand for Singapore-Johore Express. SBS 170 is function like any buses in Singapore, you are allowed to use E-link Card, or cash.
In Woodland Check-point:
You have to leave the bus with your belonging, then walk through a huge air-conditional immigration check-points with your passport. After immigration, you walk out the hall, and look for the bus-stop according to the bus that you wish to take. YOU MUST KEEP YOUR TICKET ALL TIME TO CONTINUE YOUR JOURNEY, otherwise you have to pay again to get into the bus.
In Johor Baharu Check-point:
The process is similar to the Woodland Check-point, but this is the Malaysia Immigration. There is a Malaysian Tourism office, you can get free map and information of traveling to Malaysia.
Either you are just visiting Johor Baharu, or other part of Malaysia, you have to know which bus to take. Most of the buses will go to Larkin. Larkin Bus Terminal is the main bus-stop in Johor where you can take buses to Malacca, Kuala Lumpur, or any part of Malaysia. If you are visiting just Johor Baharu, you need to take the Causeway Link, which it has buses that stop at Kota Raya in Johor Baharu downtown shopping mall.
In Larkin, Johor.
The buses from Singapore will end here , and allow you to continue your Malaysia journey here. You can buy bus ticket to most cities in West Malaysia and Thailand here. If you are going to Singapore from other part of West Malaysia, you can take these buses here. The fare is in Malaysian Ringgit.
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