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The ZON Ferry terminal is International Port of Entry/Exit. Fast Ferries (Actually that is Speed Boat rather then the Ferry) Run between Johor Bahru-Batam Island Indonesia virtually every hour. Malaysia Ringet 60 One way and 95 for round Trip. Aproximate Travel Time 90 Minutes, Check In Minimum 30 Minutes before schedule sailing but occasionally its delayed. International Departure Tax RM 8 is payable at the time of boarding.
The ZON Johor Bahru
88 Jalan Ibrahim Sultan, Stulang Laut
80300 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
Maximum 30 Min by Taxi from Central JB, Aprx Cost RM 15
Written May 9, 2007
Phone: +60 7 221 1677
Many are not aware that there are bus service from Kuala Lumpur to Pasir Gudang. Take Transnasional from Puduraya. It'll stop by Johor Bahru and then proceed to Pasir Gudang. The departure times are 9:30am, 4:00pm, 11:00pm. Fare is RM25.30 incl. insurance. The entire journey takes about 5 1/2 hours. The buses are the 3-seats-in-a-row type. Very comfortable and pleasant.
There is also another bus company called Zuco that runs the same route but via Kulai. The fare is RM26 but I'm not sure about the schedule.
Updated Mar 22, 2007
Larkin Bus Terminal is well known as the jumping off point to most part of Malaysia.
There are restaurants, shops, money changers and farmacy here for your last minute shopping before you shoot off to your destination. Taxis also available here to take you around J.B. If you want to hire a cab driver that used the 'Meter' you can contact Noli H.P: 0197440009
Here we furnish you with some photos for your info as a compliment to the other info that other VTers have sent.
Updated Feb 18, 2007
You can take the taxi at Kota Raya Bus/Taxi Terminal to S'pore for a comfortable journey because there’s no need for you to get out and queue at the immigration counter.
If you charter the M'sian Taxi (yellow cab) you have to pay about RM40.00 and it will take you straight to Queen Street only.
If you chartered the S'pore cab it will take you to any destination in S'pore but the price will be in S'pore Dollars.
Taxi to Yisun will cost around SGD35.00 and to Tampines around SGD45.00.
Updated Feb 18, 2007
This is the picture of Kotaraya Bus/Taxi Terminal in J.B.
Daily buses from S’pore like 170, 160, Causeway Link etc. will stop here before proceed to Larkin Bus Terminal.
Taxis to S’pore are also available here.
You can go for sightseeing or shopping at the nearby location from here and if you are hungry there are also small 'Warung' nearby.
Senai Airport City lounge is also located at this place...Just around the corner!
It is much cheaper and faster to go to J.B by bus…Some people just walk across the causeway to J.B especially when there are heavy traffic jam.
Updated Feb 18, 2007
The bus from Singapore is a cheap, easy, and convenient way to get to Johor Bahru. I took the express bus from the Arab Street area (at Queen Street & Sultan Street). At the station, just wait near the sign for the Johor Bahru Express bus, then pay on the bus. One-way fare is only a few US dollars.
The ride north to the causeway takes only 45 minutes to one hour. When you arrive on the Singapore side of the causeway, you have to go through immigration & customs to exit the country (so bring your passport!). After immigration, you will go back outside and board the next available JB Express Bus. Just follow the signs to the bus area. Buses arrive and depart approx every 10-15 minutes from 6:30 AM to midnight.
The ride across the causeway takes just five minutes. When you arrive at JB, you must go through customs again. After customs, you may walk right into JB!
I don't think they have a website, but the phone number is 6292-8149 from within Singapore, 02-6292 8149 from Malaysia, 65-6292 8149 from anywhere else internationally!
Updated Feb 18, 2007
The taxis here do not use their meters. So if you are foreign-looking, be sure to negotiate a price before taking it. Some are known to overcharge but mostly are quite reasonable. I've asked once whether any taxis in JB actually use the meter, the driver said, "If I feeling using, I'll use. But usually I won't". That's how things are here. Mostly will charge a few ringgit more expensive than the meter price. So it's not too bad. Guess they just want to earn a living.
Written Feb 9, 2007
If you are planning to visit Johor Bahru via airplane, you may do so as Johor Bahru has its own International Airport named Senai International Airport. It is situated in Senai town, 30 minutes drives from Johor Bahru. Not many choices of airlines as there are only some. Airliners that I can remember are Malaysian Airlines System, Air Asia and 2 Indonesian based airliners.
This airport is a very well maintain and organize. They had just recently upgrading their facilities especially upgrading their 1st floor with nice beautiful setup. The public toilet here being designed in a very creative ways and it is very clean.
At the Ground Floor, there are many shops and restaurants for guest and passenger to browse while waiting for their flight.
Public transport is also well managed as they do provides direct shuttle service from Senai to Johor Bahru town and as well as taxis.
Do visit their webpage to get more info.
Written Dec 6, 2006
For a limited period only and on first come first serve basis.
To attract shoppers from Malaysia to Singapore, the Singapore Tourism Board is offering free shuttle from the Visitor Centre at City Square Level 2 to CK Tangs at Orchard Road.
Visitors must go about 30 mins before departure to register at City Square. This service is provided free to all tourist except to Singaporean and PR Holders.
Pick Up timing at City Square
Mon - Fri
1030, 1400, 1730
Sat - Sun
1030, 1200, 1400, 1600, 1730
Return trip from CK Tangs
1215, 1545, 1915, 2115
Updated Nov 29, 2006
Phone: +65 6736 2000
From Singapore, we took taxi for S$8 per person and you will be in the comfort of your seat. No need to get off the taxi when you pass by the immigration. Just give your payment to the driver and your passport plus the immigration form and there you go. Luggage will be inspected on a case to case basis. We opted to travel by taxi because of the immigration convenience and it is faster. The drop off point will be at the terminal in Johor. You can take the taxi in Singapore at Queen's St.
Written Oct 23, 2006
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