Kuala Lumpur to Singapore @ bus, flight Feb 25, 2017

26 trips (THB 393 — 1,998)

From Kuala Lumpur Airport to Singapore by flight

#AK701
AirAsia
06:05
Kuala Lumpur Airport
07:25
Singapore Changi Airport
1h 20m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,091
× 2 = ฿ 2,182
  available
#AK703
AirAsia
07:15
Kuala Lumpur Airport
08:35
Singapore Changi Airport
1h 20m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,440
× 2 = ฿ 2,880
  available
#AK705
AirAsia
08:30
Kuala Lumpur Airport
09:50
Singapore Changi Airport
1h 20m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,440
× 2 = ฿ 2,880
  available
#3K684
Jetstar Asia
09:05
Kuala Lumpur Airport
10:15
Singapore Changi Airport
1h 10m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,296
× 2 = ฿ 2,592
  available
#AK707
AirAsia
10:45
Kuala Lumpur Airport
12:05
Singapore Changi Airport
1h 20m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,998
× 2 = ฿ 3,996
  available
#3K664
Jetstar Asia
11:20
Kuala Lumpur Airport
12:30
Singapore Changi Airport
1h 10m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,552
× 2 = ฿ 3,104
  available
#AK711
AirAsia
12:40
Kuala Lumpur Airport
14:00
Singapore Changi Airport
1h 20m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,736
× 2 = ฿ 3,472
  available
#AK713
AirAsia
13:25
Kuala Lumpur Airport
14:45
Singapore Changi Airport
1h 20m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,736
× 2 = ฿ 3,472
  available
#3K686
Jetstar Asia
14:35
Kuala Lumpur Airport
15:45
Singapore Changi Airport
1h 10m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,296
× 2 = ฿ 2,592
  available
#AK715
AirAsia
15:00
Kuala Lumpur Airport
16:20
Singapore Changi Airport
1h 20m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,440
× 2 = ฿ 2,880
  available
#AK717
AirAsia
17:00
Kuala Lumpur Airport
18:20
Singapore Changi Airport
1h 20m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,440
× 2 = ฿ 2,880
  available
#AK719
AirAsia
18:35
Kuala Lumpur Airport
19:55
Singapore Changi Airport
1h 20m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,440
× 2 = ฿ 2,880
  available
#AK721
AirAsia
20:10
Kuala Lumpur Airport
21:30
Singapore Changi Airport
1h 20m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,736
× 2 = ฿ 3,472
  available
#3K688
Jetstar Asia
21:25
Kuala Lumpur Airport
22:35
Singapore Changi Airport
1h 10m
WC aircon steward
฿ 1,748
× 2 = ฿ 3,496
  available

From Terminal Bersepadu Selatan to Singapore by bus

Seasons Express
09:00
Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Kuala Lumpur
13:50
Golden Mile Tower, Singapore
4h 50m
฿ 494
× 2 = ฿ 988
  available
Seasons Express
10:30
Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Kuala Lumpur
15:20
Golden Mile Tower, Singapore
4h 50m
฿ 494
× 2 = ฿ 988
  available
Seasons Express
13:30
Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Kuala Lumpur
18:20
Golden Mile Tower, Singapore
4h 50m
฿ 494
× 2 = ฿ 988
  available
Seasons Express
15:30
Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Kuala Lumpur
20:20
Golden Mile Tower, Singapore
4h 50m
฿ 494
× 2 = ฿ 988
  available
Seasons Express
19:45
Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Kuala Lumpur
00:35
Golden Mile Tower, Singapore
4h 50m
฿ 494
× 2 = ฿ 988
  available
Seasons Express
21:00
Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Kuala Lumpur
01:50
Golden Mile Tower, Singapore
4h 50m
฿ 494
× 2 = ฿ 988
  available
Star Coach Express Sdn Bhd
23:30
Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Kuala Lumpur
04:20
Concorde Shopping Center, Singapore
4h 50m
฿ 543
× 2 = ฿ 1,086
  available
Seasons Express
23:30
Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Kuala Lumpur
04:20
Golden Mile Tower, Singapore
4h 50m
฿ 494
× 2 = ฿ 988
  available
Seasons Express
23:55
Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Kuala Lumpur
04:45
Golden Mile Tower, Singapore
4h 50m
฿ 393
× 2 = ฿ 786
  available

From Berjaya Times Square to Singapore by bus

Transtar Express (SVIP)
07:00
Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur
12:00
Golden Mile Tower, Singapore
5h
฿ 494
× 2 = ฿ 988
  available
WTS
14:15
Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur
19:15
Tampines, Singapore
5h
฿ 741
× 2 = ฿ 1,482
  available

From One Utama to Singapore by bus

Transtar Express (Solitaire)
11:00
One Utama, Kuala Lumpur
16:20
Golden Mile Tower, Singapore
5h 20m
฿ 766
× 2 = ฿ 1,532
  available

How to get to Singapore from Kuala Lumpur

What about

Riverside colonial mansions rub shoulders with gleaming state-of-the-art skyscrapers; modern shopping malls in Orchard Road compete in popularity with bustling markets in Chinatown and Little India; majestic Marina Bay Sands towers rise high in the horizon and gigantic Super Trees leave you speechless. Streets dressed in glass and concrete coexist peacefully with green parks and the imposing Sentosa Merlion observes silently its lands. The former British colony has become Asia’s most expensive city after Hong Kong and Beijing; the only Asian country with the top AAA rating from all the credit rating agencies, Singapore is one of the four Asian Tigers. It is fun to reflect on how time flies and changes the faces of world cities sitting comfortably in Long Bar at Raffles Hotel sipping the famous Singapore Sling and, following century-old tradition, throwing nut shells right on the floor.

Very clean and somewhat tough with its strict rules, Singapore has its undeniable appeal, and it is not rare to hear from those who have just come back from their first visit to the city-state that Singapore feels to them as the perfect place for living.

How to get from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore

The route between the two cities is well travelled. Buses and trains whisk passengers from Malaysia to Singapore and vice versa any time of the day and night. While travelling by train is an experience in itself, some buses provide you with all the possible modern comforts and the travel time is considerably less.

From Kuala Lumpur to Singapore by bus

A bus journey to Singapore from Kuala Lumpur takes anywhere from 4½ hours to six hours and even more as it is highly dependent on the time spent at the border crossings. That said, border formalities are usually completed quite fast – unless you are unlucky enough to hit public holidays or find yourself in the same bus with someone who has issues with their Singapore visa (normally it is not the case) or undeclared goods (see our note below – in fact, it does happen often).

There is a wide choice of departures to Singapore throughout the day from different bus stations in Kuala Lumpur, including the enormous TBS, Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, the main transportation terminal in the southern part of Kuala Lumpur, and Berjaya Times Square, to the east of KLCC.

Buses of various companies leaving from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore bring their passengers to different locations throughout the city-state. Transtar Travel and Billion Start Express both head to Golden Mile Tower in Beach Road, northeast from the city centre, Golden Coach Express stops even further northeast, and Star Coach Express is found near Concorde Shopping Centre, west from the city centre.

The majority of buses plying the route between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore are very comfortable VIP buses with three seats per row instead of usual four. Even the cheaper intercity buses (e.g. some departures of Billion Stars Express) are of rather a high standard. Tickets cost between SGD22 and SGD28 (MYR66-MYR84). Star Coach Express and Billion Stars Express have night buses (11.45pm and 1am), arriving to Singapore early in the morning what leaves you with plenty of daytime ahead of you.

The most luxurious way to travel between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore is offered by Transtar Travel coaches. They are more expensive (SGD36/MYR111) compared to other options on the market, but accommodate just 16 passengers with single seats on the both sides of the aisle. The seats are really enormous and comfortable, nearly fully reclining and with a separate footrest. There is personal entertainment station and electrical sockets for each seat. During the trip hot drinks, snacks and lunch or dinner consisting of a rice with chicken or meat and some vegs as a side dish are served. Note that there are no toilets on board but with two stops en route it is not a big issue. Though the journey is not that long, if you can afford spending a bit more, it pays to opt for Transtar Travel buses.

Transtar Travel has several buses a day heading to Singapore. The first one leaves at 7am and brings you to the Golden Mile Tower by the time you can easily check-in at your hotel which is quite convenient. The last one departs at 6pm and arrives after 10.30pm. If you choose to travel with any of the buses leaving after 3pm, ensure that you have your accommodation booked, as cruising the big city at night in a search of the place to lay your head down is not quite a brilliant idea.

Exiting Malaysia is quick; you get off the bus and have your passport stamped. On the Singaporean side you are supposed to go through immigration (be ready to spend a while queuing to the officer) and present your luggage for scanning. After that you will board the same bus again and continue the journey to your destination.

Note: While crossing the land border between Malaysia and Singapore you are prohibited to bring any alcohol with you without declaring it. Duties are hefty (about USD70 per bottle!) and failing to declare results in even huger fining (up to USD700 even for a can of beer). Be prudent and never ever try to bring alcohol over Malaysia–Singapore border as potentially it is going to cost you a fortune.

Tip: You are not allowed to bring cigarettes to Singapore, either, and there is a mandatory death penalty for drug trafficking carriers. To be on the safe side, never take anyone’s luggage through customs, especially if offered a compensation for your help. Never.

From Kuala Lumpur to Singapore by train

From May, 2016, there is no more direct train service between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. You can no longer take the convenient #25 train which used to leave Kuala Lumpur in the evening arriving to Singapore the next morning around 6am. Your train journey will involve three separate trains: a high-speed ETS train from Kuala Lumpur Sentral to Gemas (2½ hours); a shuttle train from Gemas to Johor Bahru Sentral (fabout four hours); and from Johor Bahru Sentral to Woodland checkpoint in Singapore (20 minutes). Expect to spend about eight hours in total. Buses will deliver you from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore faster – in about five hours – but can cost more, while the train journey should not set you back more than MYR60. It may prove a good idea to make a stopover in Johor Bahru. Accommodation and food there costs considerably less than in Singapore and you have a quick look at the second-largest city in Malaysia or venture further afield to explore an amazing Endau Rompin National Park protecting one of the oldest rain forests in the world. For more information on Johor Bahru check Kuala Lumpur to Johor Bahru page.

Note: It is a bit upsetting that the old colonial railway station in Singapore is not used any more. Trains from Kuala Lumpur arrive to Johor Bahru Sentral. To get there, take a local bus from the Singapore Sentral.

Activities

To feel the real taste of the city, let modernity and history go hand in hand during your stay in Singapore. Shop till you drop in Orchard Road, dance till you are dead in Clarke Quay, gamble, lounge, splurge, and do not stop until you have tasted the best of Perenakan, Malay, Chinese and Indian dishes all around the city. Here are some ideas not to miss.

  1. The brand image of Singapore is Marina Bay Sands Hotel & Casino. Three 55-floor towers contain 2560 hotel rooms, a museum, two theaters and ice-skating rinks, seven restaurants and the cult infinity pool plus breathtaking city views.
  2. A ride over Singapore Flyer is an unforgettable experience. The gigantic 2008-built Ferris wheel is 165 m high, which is 30 m higher than the famous London Eye.
  3. Get your portion of adrenaline in Sentosa's adventure parks and attractions, watch the dancing fountains show and step on the southernmost point of the continental Asia. Take a cable-car ride and observe the enormous port stuck with loads of sea containers.
  4. The Singapore Zoo and Night Safari have long secured their presence in every visitor's must-see list. Even without the little ones in tow, do not hesitate to give the both a glance.
  5. Do they say that Singapore is not Asia? Oh, yes, it is! Savour the regional flavour in Little India or Singapore Chinatown.

And remember that no visit to Singapore is complete without paying respect to the city's founder, Sir Raffles. Greet him with a classic Singapore Sling at the signature Raffles Hotel. Prosit, dear Sir Raffles, and accept our most sincere gratitude for your outstanding creation.

Passenger reviews out of total 666 passengers traveled with us on this route

At 12Go our operators offer three types of service:

Cheap, Fast, Good - but you can usually pick only two of them!
Cheap & Fast won’t be Good. (e.g. buses from/to Khao San Road, local buses or 3rd class trains)
Cheap & Good won’t be Fast. (e.g. VIP trains in Thailand)
Fast & Good won’t be Cheap. (e.g. private limousine services, or VIP24 buses vs Express buses)

Make your choice! Please remember that though we are closely monitoring services, we are still an agency marketplace - meaning we focus on ticketing service and route availability / coverage rather than on factual seat recline angle you got today ^_^

★★★★★ Feb 14, 2017 (bus VIP24, Transtar Express (Solitaire)) :
Bus was on time and clean. Seat was very spacious with ample leg space. Every seat had its own entertainment unit with a rather large selection of new movies. We were offered a meal, hot drinks and a bottle of water. All members of staff were friendly and took good care of us during the whole trip and through the immigration procedures.
★★★★☆ Jan 29, 2017 (bus VIP, Transtar Express (SVIP))
★★★★☆ Jan 24, 2017 (bus VIP, Transtar Express (SVIP)) :
Very good value, no problems, excellent.
★★★★☆ Jan 14, 2017 (bus VIP, Transtar Express (SVIP)) :
driver was driving too fast
★★★★☆ Jan 4, 2017 (bus VIP24, Transtar Express (Solitaire)) :
Bus was 2.5 hours late. We went to One Utama, but a van brought us to another place in KL - because the bus did not stop at One Utama.... TV in the bus did not work. Seats were comfortable, but not every wirket. Meal and service were good, ride also.
★★★★☆ Nov 3, 2016 (bus VIP24, Transtar Express (Solitaire)) :
Bit difficult to find the exact spot from which the bus leaves and the counter wasn;'t open for the early bus but the bus itself was very comfortable, nice entertainment system and friendly staff.
★★★★★ Oct 31, 2016 (bus VIP, Billion Stars Express) :
I rate 5 because the seats are quite xomfy with the massager though the bus driver did not inform us that they are leaving already as my bf was on hild in immigration
★★★★☆ Oct 18, 2016 (avia Economy, AirAsia) :
First time on Air Asia...very good.....efficient and on time.
★★★☆☆ Sep 22, 2016 (bus Express, Five Stars Express) :
Took much longer than advertised, and there were lots of stops. But seats and air con were comfortable. Warning: bus only stops for 20 minutes at Singapore border, so many people missed it.
★★☆☆☆ Sep 16, 2016 (bus Express, Five Stars Express) :
Late and didn't provide detail tips for passengers
★★★★☆ Aug 24, 2016 (bus VIP24, Transtar Express (Solitaire)) :
Very Good Trip, expecially the service and reliability
★★★★☆ Jul 1, 2016 (bus VIP, Pacific Express)
★★★★★ Jun 29, 2016 (bus Express, Five Stars Express)
★★★☆☆ Jun 6, 2016 (bus VIP, Pacific Express) :
The bus was great it just so late to arrive on the departure area and we also have to change bus after malaysian customs
★☆☆☆☆ May 28, 2016 (bus Express, Five Stars Express) :
La pagina es recomendable. Pero no eligan la empresa five stars. Es un desastre. Una vez que llegamos a la aduana de singapur hicimos los tramites migratorios y como nos abrieron las maletas demoramos unos 10 minutos. Cuando bajamos nos sorprendimos al ver que nuestro bus se habia ido.. Mi eaposa está embarazada y pasamos un pesimo momento viendo como haciamos para terminar nuestro recorrido. Terminamos tomando otro bus desde la aduana. Asi que en resumen. Fue una pésima experiencia.
12Go response:

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★★★☆☆ May 23, 2016 (bus VIP24, Transtar Travel) :
Departure unfortunately 2.5 hours delayed. the bus was fine and stuff friedly, but could not compensate the bad impression created due to the delay
12Go response:

Thank you for your rating and review, truly appreciated.We will pass your comment to the bus company and hopefully iporvement will be implemented. Looking forward to serve you next time once again.

★★★★★ May 4, 2016 (bus VIP24, Transtar Travel) :
Nice and comfortable seat, friendly staff and pleasant trip.
12Go response:

Thank you very much for booking your tickets with us. We hope you will be back to use our service again in the near future. Thank you, please enjoy your stay in Thailand.

★★☆☆☆ Apr 18, 2016 (bus VIP24, Transtar Travel) :
The journey was meant to take 5hs 2min but was delayed by almost three hours. There were no toilets on the bus and staff were not very helpful in responding to enquiries.

News @ Singapore

06 February 2017

Thailand’s transport infrastructure chief says construction of a sampler section of hi-speed train line has been delayed yet again. Chaiwat Thongkamkoon told reporters there is a difference in how Thailand and China measure the gauges of tracks and these need to be resolved before any work can go ahead.

03 February 2017

Municipal transport officers in Phnom Penh say a viability study for a Skytrain line in the city will be carried out this coming April. A spokesperson told reporters the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) claims such a system would ease traffic congestion on the Cambodian capital’s streets.

02 February 2017

The Yangon Region Transport Authority says it is in the process of equipping vehicles under its jurisdiction with GPS units. An authority spokesperson says the devices are a tool in the fight to curtail the notoriously bad driving endemic among the Myanmar city’s bus drivers.