Bus Service to Larkin Bus Terminal in Johor Bahru:
170 - SBS Transit Trunk Service (price: S$1.90)
CW2 - Causeway Link Cross Border Service (Singapore - Johore Express): price: S$$2.40 (child S$1.20), operating hours: 6.30am - midnight
Taxi to Johor Bahru
Right next to the bus terminal is a taxi stand where you can hire a taxi to JB. The taxi stand provides a point-to-point share-a-cab service from Singapore Ban San Street Taxi Stand to Johor Bakti Taxi Station. The Singapore - Johor Taxi Service is available 24h a day.
Taxi Fare: S$10 per head, S$40 per trip
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How to get to and away from Queen Street Bus Station
The station is close to Little India where many backpacker hostels are located. You could walk there in 10-15min.
The closest station (400m, 5min walk) is "Bugis" (EW12, East West Line)
bus stop opposite Rochor Centre: lines 2N, 4N, 48, 57, 130, 851, 960
Queen Street is relatively central located so a taxi ride should be affordable.
taxi charge examples:
Taxi to Little India: 3 - 4 S$
Taxi to Downtown Singapore: 4 - 6 S$
Kuala Lumpur - Singapore Express
The Kuala Lumpur Singapore Express Sdn. Bhd. bus company runs their operations from here:
Singapore - Malacca: 8am, 9.30am, 11am, 1.30pm, 7pm
Singapore - Kuala Lumpur: 8am
Singapore - Genting Highlands: 6.45am, 9pm
taxi stand for Singapore - Johore taxi service
Singapore - Johore Express bus stop
people cueing up to catch a bus back to Johor Bahru (Malaysia)
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Lavender Street Bus Terminal
Another pick-up and drop-off point for long-distance buses to and from Malaysia in a parking lot at the corner of Lavender St. and Kallang Bahru.
Long Beach (Pasir Panjang), Perhentian Islands
Most popular beach on the small Island for backpackers with many chalets and restaurants, snorkel spots right at the beach
Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, Melaka
Cheng Hoon Teng is the oldest traditional Chinese temple (Taoist temple) in Malaysia. The temple was built in 1645 (and extented in 1704 and 1801) and served as the main place of worship for the Hokkien community.