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    Did anyone ever take the bus from Singapore to Malaysia or Malaysia to Singapore? Which company do you recommend? We used Seasons starting from Singapore and found the bus spacious and comfortable. The bus took hours longer than the website stated when we booked the tickets. Do you know of any buses that run on time for this route?
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  • #2
    I haven't been to Singapore by bus but from my knowledge and what I have read, I am sharing it here.

    If you are looking for comfort and luxury then choose the buses with business class seats.

    Also you choose based on where you want to get down or board the bus from.

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    • #3
      Nice! Thanks for the feedback. I may be making the journey again soon and want to make sure the bus is comfortable for my family

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      • #4
        I have never been but I've always wanted to go to Singapore. Thanks for the great information.

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        • #5
          I hope you enjoy it. We loved Sentosa Island as it offers a lot to do for free too

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          • #6
            If you ever go please go to Sentosa Island. It is so much fun

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            • #7
              Its practical to take the bus from SG-KL-SG. We took the night ride thru Starmart down in Golden Mile along beach road and reach KL before 6AM at Times Square Berjaya. A short walk in Bukit Bintang Bus station is where we catch a free GOKL free bus shuttle that took us to Petronas. Eventually use the GOKL free shuttle bus (Violet and Green painted) in touring the Kuala Lampur city. We enjoyed the experience.

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              • #8
                I've never taken the bus, but I actually just drove there this weekend. It's a very lovely, scenic drive.

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                • #9
                  Hi I booked with Grassland Express & Tours (Royal VIP). Pick up point is Plaza Berjaya and alight point is in Beach Road, SG. We arrived earlier than expected. They also give free water. The bus has blanket and the chairs can be reclined. It's comfortable inside. I recommend that company. KL to SG is SGD35 per person.

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                  • #10
                    Hmm anyone not try the train services? just 5 min ride from JB Sentral to Woodlands, and cost only RM5!!!!

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