Taking bus from Johor Bahru, Malaysia to Singapore is quite easy once you know what certain places you have to visit for the ticket booking. First you have to visit custom and immigration quarantine complex for clearing up the Malaysian passport and then follow the signs for Singapore bus.
There are plenty of options available for Singapore buses but usually three of them are commonly used:
- Queen street
Queen Street will get you to downtown Singapore. One probably won’t choose for this option because of too many stops in between unless someone needs to get off in middle before Queen Street. Queen street stops let you off near little India which will cost around 4RM. MRT is quite a good option when you want to go to Singapore MRT. Bus services for MRT are available from Kranji station, Woodland is the closest station but there are no buses available for this. Airport buses are the best option available for Singapore. These buses will take you to the Singapore airport and missing it is something to consider.
- The bus is a small one (20 seats maximum) and runs only once an hour. This bus works best but sometimes people get carried away in customs and the bus is missed so be well awarded of this as the bus might move without you. you can also check for the bus from Johor to Singapore on easybook.com
- Airport provides a second option as you can go to Kranji station from there and get another bus from there.
- Airport buses waits around 20 minutes for the customs to clear out and if several of passengers are not present then by luck the bus may wait. All these buses will take you to cause way to Singapore where you can disembark with your luggage and go through customs and other stuffs.
- Usually it is an easy to go process but in rush hours it might get busy and backed up. Mostly the morning rush from Johor to Singapore is pretty bad but it gets better around a couple hours later. Choosing bus service are less expensive then taxis and cars because of increase in tolls of cars and taxis.