Bus from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) to Singapore

Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) is the main transportation terminal in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This transportation terminal is located at Bandar Tasik Selatan (connected to Bandar Tasik Selatan LRT station). The terminal is built to serve long distance express bus service from Kuala Lumpur to the southern part of Malaysia, including the state of Malacca, Johor and the neighbouring country, Singapore.

This article will focus on discussing the express bus service from TBS to Singapore. As TBS is located at the southern part of Kuala Lumpur, getting a bus from TBS to Singapore usually takes shorter time (by about 15 to 30 minutes) than from the Kuala Lumpur city centre. Besides that, there are few other advantages of taking a bus from TBS:

  • It is easily accessible via LRT (Bandar Tasik Selatan LRT), KLIA Transit, City Bus and Taxi
  • There is a direct bus service to/from KLIA & KLIA2 to TBS (JetBus)
  • The building is fully air-conditioned with facilities including food court, restaurant, grocery and others
  • The building is well guarded by security and police and you will not be bothered by the ticket touts
  • There are many choices of bus companies ranging from economy to luxury coach.

The bus operators that provide express bus services from TBS to Singapore are:

  • Causeway Link Express (own counter)
  • City Holidays Express (centre ticketing)
  • Eltabina Express (centre ticketing)
  • Five Stars Express (centre ticketing)
  • Grassland Express (own counter)
  • KKKL Express (own counter)
  • NICE Executive Coaches (centre ticketing)
  • Sri Maju Express (own counter)
  • Star Qistna Express (own counter)
  • Starmart Express (centre ticketing)
  • Yakin Express (centre ticketing)

Because of so many bus operators of choice, passengers going to Singapore from TBS can also choose to alight at different location in Singapore, including:

  1. Beach Road (Five Stars, Grassland, NICE Executive Coaches, Sri Maju, Starmart, Yakin)
  2. Jurong East (Causeway Link Express)
  3. Kovan Hub (City Holidays Express)
  4. Little India (Star Qistna Express)
  5. Marine Parade (KKKL Express)
  6. Textile Center, Jalan Sultan (Eltabina Express)

With so many advantages and bus operators, Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) is certainly a great option for travellers getting a bus to Singapore.  To avoid disappointment of no bus tickets (especially during weekend and public holiday), you can always book your bus tickets online in advance. Do note that for departure from TBS, all passengers must checked in 30 minutes before departure.

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