the puduraya bus terminal was the main bus terminal for long range bus drives that go to far areas like penang, johore, singapore, thailand and other cities of Peninsular Malaysia but it was replaced recently by the Bandar Tasik Selatan Bus Terminal. This placed is really brand new and there are not much people inside yet! The Terminal is connected to the present pedestrian bridge that links Rapid KL LRT (Sri Petaling line), KTM Komuter (Rawang-Seremban line) and ERL KLIA Transit together, via a new pedestrian bridge which the entrance is one level higher. The terminal has six floors, 55 bus platforms, 150 taxi bays, 1,000 parking bays (including dedicated bays for women) and 1,800 seats for the public in the fully air-conditioned waiting halls and best of all, there are dining and shopping options inside! we even ate at a KFC in the terminal and this was the terminal we had our 5 hour bus ride to Singapore via Sri Maju Express.
Address of the BTS-IT is Kuala Lumpur Middle Ring Road 2, Bandar Tasik Selatan, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Quick note: As of April 15 2011 Bukit Jalil Bus Terminal which served as a temporary bus terminal is officially closed. So dont go there. New and improved Puduraya Bus Terminal in the middle of Kuala Lumpur is back.
From LCCT to Genting Highland, you can take SkyVans. Sharing cost is 70 MYR per person.
But if you choose to Genting by bus, as far as i know, you can take bus from KL Sentral Terminal or at Pudu Raya bus station.
If you wanna go to Genting highland directly from LCCT, i suggest you to take Skyvans.
Goto the link below for extensive Rapid KL bus network. The ticket price is valid for 1 day & unlimited based on bus category.
i.e if you board any "U" (RM2/day/pax), u can board any bus from KL Cantral market to anywhere in KL and it's surburban areas (in State of Selangor) unlimited on the same day!! Very cheap
Around KL city, the ticket price is RM1 on "B" buses.
Now, Star Shuttle offers a one-way bus trip from Kuala Lumpur's Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) to Subang Parade Shopping Centre at a fare of 9 Malaysia Ringgits. From Subang Parade, walk out and board a taxi to Subang Airport which costs 11 Malaysia Ringgits. From the bus stop outside Malaysia Airlines' Hadquarters in Subang, you can board Metro Bus or RapidKL Bus U82 to KL Sentral Station at a fare less than 3 Malaysia Ringgits.
Aeroline is one of the coach company that operates the route from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur.
The arrival/departure point in KL is at Corus Hotel, Jalan Ampang which is next to KLCC LRT and 1 utama Shopping Centre, Petaling Jaya (next to Giant entrance).
The arrival/departure point in Singapore is Grand Copthorne Water Front Hotel and Harbour Front Centre (Car Park beside Singapore Cruise Centre).
Aeroline is highly recommended as it does not arrive/depart from the usual Puduraya Bus Terminal or Golden Mile Complex.
KL/PJ - SIN RM80 (one way)/RM160 (round trip)
SIN - KL/PJ S$47 (one way)/S$94 (round trip)
Transnational Ekspress operates from Pudu Raya Bus Terminal and Lavander Street, Junction Off Bus Station Kallang Baru.
Economy Class departs at 0845, 1030, 1330, 1730, 2200 2359 daily from Pudu Raya Bus Terminal and arrives at Lavender Street. Price is RM30.
Executive Class departs at 9am or 6pm from Malaysian Tourism Centre, Hentian Duta Terminal and arrives at Lavendar St. Price is RM69.90.
The Park May Company operates 2 different classes of coaches... the normal coaches (called Plusliner) and the more luxurious VIP coaches (called NICE)... There are 2 types of NICE coaches - normal single decker NICE coaches and double decker NICE2 coaches... The company operates schedule services to towns throughout Malaysia and also to Singapore and Hatyai in southern Thailand...
NICE and NICE2 coaches operate from the old Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, while Plusliner coaches operate from Puduraya...
The Park May Group provides 2 types of luxurious coach services to Singapore... and it operated the most frequent schedule departures from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore...
The single decker NICE and the double decker NICE2 coaches operate numerous departures a day from the old Kuala Lumpur Railway Station at Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin. The adult one way fare is RM65.00. The journey will take about 5 hours...
Both coaches will terminate at the Corpthone Orchid Hotel at Dunearn Road, Singapore...
The most comfortable ride to KL I've had in my life. The journey takes approximately 5 hours and comes with a cabin crew to serve passengers meals on board. Ticket price is RM 70 one way for KL – SIN and $ 47 one way for SIN – KL.
Aeroline provides coach service from KLumpur to Spore, with 4 trips a day at 8:00am, 10:00am, 3:00pm and 6:45pm (6:00pm on saturdays and sundays)... It also provides a daily PJaya to Spore at 8:30pm... Travel time is about 5 hours...
The coach terminals are at Corus Hotel in Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Menera Axis in Janal 223, Petaling Jaya and Grand Copthrone Waterfront Hotel in Havelock Road, Singapore...
We caught a coach bus from Singapore to Kuala Lumpor which only took 5 hours.
This included a lunch stop and of course 2 customs check points. Be sure to have your passport!
The coach we took was Aeroline. It was very comfortable and had an onboard tv screen which they played two movies during the trip and plenty of refreshments were served on board.
Cost was $47.00SG however it was worth it for the comfort.
The NICE/Plusliner company is a reliable,clean and comfortable coach company. We have heard that other cheaper bus companies do not fit these three criteria. We boarded the 24 seater coach at the Copthorne Orchid Hotel, 214 Dunearn Road, Singapore 02-62565755. (This hotel is a S$5 taxi ride from Orchard Road). We checked in an hour before our departure time and free refreshment was offered at the hotel. There are many departure times during the day and night. Tickets are purchased at the hotel. It is advisable to buy your tickets early if you are travelling in busy holiday times or on the weekends. In December 04, the ticket from Singapore-Kuala Lumpur was S$37/adult. The ticket from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore was RM$60 when bought in Kuala Lumpur. The seats are spacious and can be reclined. We were given bottled water and a light snack of noodles for our journey. The journey went via the second causeway at Tuas in Singapore and took 6 hours. There was no queue at this causeway.There was a video shown during the journey. There was also a stop along the way at one of the freeway rest stops for us to go to the toilets/buy refreshments/walk around. The arrival point in Kuala Lumpur is in the heart of town at the KTMB Railway Station Building, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin 03-22721586.
It is more economical and time saving to travel from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur by coach as you save on your transfer cost from hotel to airport (about S$17/taxi), airport departure taxes, air ticket, transfer cost from airport to hotel (about RM$80). Also consider the following:
the time it takes to get to the airport 1 hr
check-in time 1.5 hrs
fight time 1 hr
clearing customs/collect bags 1 hr
transport from airport to hotel 1 hr
This is an extremely affordable yet luxurious way to travel around Malaysia. Yes, it is called 'Nice' bus. We took the trip from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur (S$27) and from Kuala Lumpur to Penang (RM50).
There are several travel agents in the Golden Mile Complex on Beach Road (nearest MRT - Lavender) that sell bus tickets to KL for around 23SD. The buses are small, 16 seater affairs that go via the main causeway. The journey time is 5 - 7 hours depending on traffic.
A more expensive alternative is to take the NiCE (Plusliner) coach that leaves from the Copthorne Orchid Hotel on Dunearn Road. This cost 37SD. The advantage is that the coaches are very comfortable double-deckers with good onboard facilities. Also, they go via the 2nd link from Singapore to Malaysia as opposed to the main causeway and thus avoid the bad traffic jams. Journey time should take around 5 hours.
Copthorne Orchid Hotel
214 Dunearn Road
KTM-KL: 03-22722760 / 22723167