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If you can't get any bus to Kuala Terengganu from Singapore, try asking for buses to Kota Bahru. The bus to Kota Bahru passes Kuala Terengganu. You make a request for the bus to stop at the bus terminal at Kuala Terengganu. Check with the coach comapny before purchasing tickets.
Written Jun 26, 2005
Most resorts provide their own water transport services to the island. However, the boats and ferries do not operate at frequent timing. Most of them leave Redang early in the morning. Hence, you don't really get to stay long on the island on the last day.
Moreover, our bus transport (to Singapore) departed at night. Hence, we had a whole day at Kuala Terengganu. Thus, it is a good idea to find out from your accomodation what time the boats/ferries leaves Redang. You may need to plan for such time gap.
Written Jun 24, 2005
The Transnasional Express runs a service from and to Singapore and Kuala Trengganu
The service runs daily overnight services from Singapore to Kuala Trengganu and vice-versa.
Coaches depart from the Kallang Bahru Bus Station and the trip to Kuala Trengganu takes about 10 hours including getting across the Causeway (assuming normal weekday night traffic conditions).
One-way trips cost S$33 on a VIP coach, S$28 for a normal coach. Book your tickets from the TransNasional booth at Kallang Bahru Bus Station, just off Lavender street, opposite Singapore Casket or call Pan Malaysian Express at 02-62947034 for bookings and enquiries.
Another coach company, Five Stars Travel provides comfortable ride to Trengganu daily at 11pm from Golden Mile Complex (nearest MRT : Lavendar Station). Coming back, it departs from Kuala Trengganu Town, by the town jetty and leaves latest at 12pm daily.
To contact them, email email@example.com
Their website is http://www.fivestarsonline.com
Updated Jul 26, 2004
Boats to Pulau Redang leave from Merang jetty. If you've organized your trip via travel agent, then you should have no worries getting put onto the right boat.
Each resort on the island has a separate check-in facility... meaning a desk with a guy in a resort t-shirt! The Coral Redang one was next to a nice little coffee-shop with the best teh tarik!
There are car parks as well - these were open air spaces on a field. I can't quite remember how much they cost, but it was minimal. They appeared safe enough. I'd leave my car there.
The trip itself was about 40 minutes long in a decent sized boat.
Written Sep 15, 2003
1. KL to KT : Coach Bus(28~35RM) or Airplane
2. KT to Merang Jetty : pesonal taxi 10~20RM
3. Merang Jetty to Pulau Redang
3-1. u can pay for deposit to chalet staff and ride speed boat
3-2. if u don't want to reserve, u must to pay for speed boat (maybe 50RM)
4. feel the fantastic island~ emerald sea~!
Written Oct 26, 2002
Fly from K.L to Kuala Terengganu and take the one and half hour Ferry transfer to the island.
You can now fly Direct to Redang from Sultan Abdulaziz Shah Airport located in the K.L.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Phone: Tel : 603-7846 8228
After you've reach the Merang jetty, a boat from the resort will be there to ferry you to the resort ;)
Written Aug 18, 2004
to get to pulau redang, a boat is the only way.. the only choice is how fast that boat goes.. and as far as speed goes, the faster the better.. less risk of getting seasickness.. :)
Written Jul 19, 2003
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