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Cross border taxi between Singapore & Johor Bahru

Johor Bahru: The Southern Gateway To Malaysia

Johor Bahru

Johor Bahru, also known as Johor Baharu, is the capital of the state of Johor, Malaysia. It is located at the southern tip of West Malaysia and is only separated from Singapore by the Johor Strait. It is the southernmost city in Eurasia.

All year round, with the best months from May to September. Although the summer is hot during the day, there are showers in the afternoon and the monsoon at night is very cool. Most Malaysian businessmen are on vacation from December to February, so business activities should avoid this period.

Recommended play: 2 days.


It is located at the southern end of West Malaysia and is only separated from Singapore by the Johor Straits and the southern-most city in Eurasia, and its prosperity is second only to Kuala Lumpur. It is the second largest city in Malaysia. Due to the exchange rate, many Singaporeans come here on weekends for fuel, shopping and leisure.


Malaysia is a democratic country with a Constituent Monarchy. There are 32 ethnic groups in the country, comprising mainly of Malays (majority), Chinese and Indians. As of the end of 2007, the total population of Malaysia was 27.17 million, of which about 66.1% were Malays, about 25.1% were Chinese, about 7.5% were Indians, and about 1.3% were other races.


Because Malaysia is located near the equator, it has a tropical rainforest marine climate, and there are no obvious four seasons. The temperature difference in a year is extremely small. The average temperature is between 26 and 34 degrees Celsius with abundant rainfall throughout the year.

Traveling in Malaysia is basically suitable all year round. Although it is hot during the day, there are showers in the afternoon and the monsoon at night is very cool (on average 26 degrees Celsius).

Major Local Festival

Thaipusam Festival

2023 public holiday: 05/02/2023 (following Monday will be a public holiday) *long weekend holiday*

During Thaipusam, you will see penitents pierced with silver needles and wearing huge shackles “Kavadi”, you will see them dancing “in pain and joy” to Indian music on the streets, and you will watch to the most devout faith in the world. Thaipusam is a Hindu festival on which devout believers make atonement, devotion and thanksgiving. There are many ways for worshippers to sacrifice, such as shaving their heads, doing deeds, piercing their whole bodies with silver needles, or carrying huge shackles and parading from one Indian temple to another Indian temple to express their unswerving loyalty to the gods. Faith, pray for the blessing of the gods. 

In order to participate in this festival, they will strictly observe the precepts one month ago, abstain from sex and meat, and on the day of the festival, they will purify the body and soul through the suffering of the flesh, so that the soul can be sublimated.

Chinese Lunar New Year

2023 public holiday: 22/01/2023 – 23/01/2023 (following Tuesday will be a public holiday) *long weekend holiday*

There are more than one-third of the Chinese population in Malaysia, and the Chinese Lunar New Year is an important event in Malaysia. After the baptism of Malay and Indian culture, the local traditional Chinese New Year adds a strong Malay flavor. However, traditional customs are still deeply rooted in the hearts of local Chinese, such as family reunion, New Year’s Eve dinner, New Year’s Eve money given by elders, dragon and lion dance, etc.

Hari Raya Puasa

2023 public holiday: 22/04/2023 (following Monday will be a public holiday) *long weekend holiday*

Devotees must fast from sunrise to sunset throughout the month, refrain from eating or drinking, and gather in prayer as a sign of devotion. When it is time to break the fast after sunset, it can be seen that a large number of Muslims are pouring into restaurants to enjoy their first meal. Various restaurants also cooperate to extend their business hours until the early morning. During this period, tourists can see the special scene of the restaurant’s full popularity after dark!

Vesak Day

2023 public holiday: 03/06/2023 (following Monday will be a public holiday) *long weekend holiday*

Wesak Day is an annual event in the Buddhist world, symbolizing the birth, enlightenment, and nirvana of the Buddha. On this day, devout believers from all over Malaysia will gather in large and small temples across the country to offer flowers and incense, as well as customary activities such as chanting scriptures and prayer ceremonies; after night, there will be a series of grand events in various cities.

Eid al-Fitr

2023 public holiday: 29/06/2023

Strictly speaking, Eid al-Fitr is not a Malay New Year, but an important day in the Hijri calendar. But because they celebrate Eid al-Fitr in much the same way that Chinese celebrate Lunar New Year and Indians celebrate Deepavali, generally Malaysians refer to Eid al-Fitr as “Malay New Year” (although they all know this is incorrect). ). Eid al-Fitr is scheduled on October 1 of the Hijri calendar, but because the Hijri calendar has only 354 or 355 days in a year, the Gregorian date of Eid al-Fitr is earlier every year.

National Day

2023 public holiday: 09/08/2023

National Day (Merdeka Month Celebration) is celebrated by all Malaysians. There will be a grand parade by government officials and royals, and there will be various exhibitions to showcase the country’s history. In addition, there will be fireworks tours and other celebrations. National Day is August 31 (Merdeka Day).

Lantern Mooncake Festival

The Lantern & Mooncake Festival is a festival that symbolizes the peaceful celebration of peace and abundance. In modern times, more and more people will appreciate lanterns and enjoy different styles of mooncakes. In Malaysia, mooncakes can be tasted throughout the month, and there are many lantern festivals around.


2023 public holiday: 12/11/2023 (following Monday will be a public holiday) *long weekend holiday*

On Deepavali, Hindus get up early in the morning to take a bath and put on festive costumes. Some men, women and children hold flowers, some betel nuts and bananas, and they come to the Hindu temple. They use these things to make offerings to the gods. Kneel down and pray, praying for God’s blessing. During the festival, every household is brightly lit and filled with cigarettes, symbolizing the victory of light over darkness, evil over righteousness and wisdom. During the festival, Indian families not only visit relatives and friends to share delicacies, but even open their doors to welcome visitors from different religions and ethnicities to celebrate together.

Arrival & Departure

Changi Airport

Singapore’s main airport and the most important regional hub, large and comfortable, the entire airport has three terminals (T1, T2, T3), between which are transferred by air trains and shuttle buses. Changi Airport is regarded as the most beautiful airport in the world. It not only has leisure places such as gardens, swimming pools, cinemas, but also themed amusement facilities. In addition, Changi Airport is also a good place for shopping. There are many duty-free shops for cosmetics and perfumes, which are cheaper than the urban area.

Address: Singapore Changi Airport, Airport Blvd, Singapore, 918146


How to get there

MRT: MRT Green Line. The MRT station is located in the basement of Terminals 2 and 3 and can be reached from the arrivals and departures hall via handrails or direct lifts, and the one-way fare is less than SGD 3 (including a SGD 1 deposit, which is refundable), to the city center The time is about 30 minutes.

BOOKMYTAXI.MY is the easiest way to book a private taxi or cross border transfer to Changi Airport from Malaysia or vice versa. We offer fixed prices, upfront pricing and the most affordable rates. Book my taxi with us and experience professional service from our highly trained drivers.

Senai International Airport

Senai International Airport (JHB) is located in the north-northwest direction about 35 kilometers away from the Singapore – Johor Causeway. AirAsia, Firefly and Malaysia Airlines are now supported for routes, and only direct purchase or booking of domestic flights to eastern and western Malaysia is supported. The newly refurbished airport is much cleaner, with shops, restaurants, currency exchange, and free WIFI.

How to get there

BOOKMYTAXI.MY is the easiest way to book a private taxi or cross border transfer to Senai Airport from Singapore or vice versa. We offer fixed prices, upfront pricing and the most affordable rates. Book my taxi with us and experience professional service from our highly trained drivers.

You can also read on our public transportation guide from Singapore to Senai airport.

KTM Train

KTM travels between Singapore and western Malaysia across the Singapore – Johor Causeway, passing through the city of Johor Bahru. Trains depart from the Woodlands checkpoint, 700 metres from the Causeway. If you are travelling from Singapore to Malaysia, you will need to be checked at an immigration checkpoint in Singapore, then cross the railway and be checked at an immigration office in Malaysia before you can board the train. Cross border train services between Singapore and Malaysia is currently suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Cross border KTM Tebrau Shuttle train services will resume from 19th June 2022 onwards, and you can read more about KTM Tebrau Shuttle online reservation guide, or get to know more about Tebrau Shuttle timetable.


There are several major highways in the city of Johor Bahru, including the Pasir Gudang Highway which connects both sides of the city and the Tebrau Highway which connects the Lebuhraya Utara Selatan Expressway with the Malay Peninsula) and Jalan Tun Abdul Razak Highway. In the West of Pasir Gudang Expressway, it is connected with the Malaysia-Singapore Second Link (Linkedua, Second-Link) and Singapore’s Tuas industrial area at Gelang Patah area. At the same time, Tambak Johor, Singapore – Johor Causeway in the city is connected with Woodlands in Singapore.

If you do decide to self-drive in Malaysia, read on about our FAQ for driving in Malaysia and the things to take note during your vacation.

Local Transportation

Johor Taxi

BOOKMYTAXI.MY acts as a window connecting passengers with thousands of taxi drivers in entire Malaysia. Passengers from Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru, Kuantan and many other towns in Malaysia can book their rides on the website. To book a taxi from Singapore to JB, the passengers have to select their pick-up and drop-off location in Singapore along with the location for disembarkation in JB (e.g., Singapore to JB Senai Airport or Singapore to JB City Centre Terminal). The final pricing will be displayed on screen. All you need to do is make your payment using credit card or cash.

Johor Bahru City Taxi

Taking a taxi (called a taxi for Chinese in Singapore and Malaysia) is one of the very cheap options for traveling in Johor Bahru, although drivers often refuse to use the meter, you must insist that they use it. The city of Johor Bahru has stipulated that the meter must be used since 2010. If your driver insists on refusing to use it, in order to avoid disputes over the price of the car at that time, it is better to change a car as soon as possible. The starting fare for a taxi in Johor Bahru is RM3 for two kilometers; then 10 sen (in Malaysian currency) per 115 meters.

Johor Bahru City Bus

You can choose to use the bus to get around the city. But sometimes you have a problem, that is, you can’t find clearly marked bus stops. Don’t panic at this time, you just need to follow the local crowd and wait on the side of the road. The main bus station in Johor Bahru is City Square at Jalan Wong Ah Fook. Here you can take routes to various places in Johor Bahru and some routes to the suburbs of Johor Bahru. The last bus is at 23:00, and the fare depends on the distance. You can also go to Larkin Sentral Bus Terminal if you are preparing to travel to other Malaysian states/cities. Interstate bus services operates from this main terminal.

Johor Bahru local bus guide
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Local Currency & Exchange

The currency of Malaysia is Ringgit RM, the exchange rate is about 1 US Dollar = 4.3 Malaysia Ringgit. It is not recommended to exchange a large amount of ringgit at the airport. Tourists only need to exchange a small amount of change at the airport, enough to pay the travel expenses. Airports, shopping malls and hotels have foreign currency exchange centers (generally only accept banknotes)and every mall has a Money Changer, but the rate of Money Changer in the city center is slightly lower. Most hotels impose an additional fee when they accept currency exchange. Traveler’s checks must be exchanged at the bank.

When traveling to the outskirts, be sure to bring enough cash and change. It is not cost-effective to exchange ringgit at the airport. There are many more cost-effective exchange points in the city.

If you are starting from Kuala Lumpur to other cities, it is best to exchange enough money in Kuala Lumpur before setting off, because the exchange rate of other cities is lower than that of Kuala Lumpur, and old money and damaged money are not charged.

Credit Cards and UnionPay

UnionPay cards can be used in 6 banks under the local network MEPS – Hong Leong Bank, Maybank, Public Bank, RHB Bank, CIMB, People’s Bank (PBC). Bank Rakyat) and three foreign banks, Standard Chartered, HSBC and Citibank, have withdrawn cash from ATMs. UnionPay cards can be swiped in several shopping plazas in the city center. You need to check whether there is a UnionPay logo at the door or at the cashier, or ask the clerk. But its not everywhere you can swipe UnionPay cards, if it is UnionPay Visa or Mastercard, you can swipe it everywhere, and you can use the Visa or Mastercard channel. 

In other cities in Malaysia, there are far fewer places where UnionPay cards can be swiped than in Kuala Lumpur. You need to ask the clerk or pay attention to whether there is a UnionPay logo in the window or at the cashier. If it is UnionPay Visa or Mastercard, you can swipe it anywhere, and you can use the Visa or Mastercard channel.

The use of credit cards is relatively common, and many stores can swipe cards, and most of them do not have a minimum credit card consumption. Except for some small shops, it is best to prepare a little cash.


Tipping is not mandatory in Malaysia. In hotels and restaurants, tipping is not necessary because a 10% service charge has been added to the bill. If the bill states that there will be an additional service charge (Service Charge), you can tip about 10%. Passengers may tip hotel staff and luggage porters as appropriate. There is no need to tip hotel doormen and taxi drivers.

Precautions For Entry and Exit

  1. At the time of customs clearance, the immigration at the airport will check whether the amount of cash carried by the passenger is sufficient to cover the expenses during their stay in Malaysia. In this regard, the Malaysian side has no specific limit on the amount, but it is understood that the basic reference standard is at least 1,500 ringgits (about 500 US dollars). This is the “standard” set internally by the Malaysian side in combination with its living consumption level. Special reminder to visitors to Malaysia whose sponsors are Malaysian citizens or enterprises, in order to take precautionary measures, they still need to carry a sufficient amount of cash for future reference. 
  2. The airport authorities have stricter entry checks on Chinese tourists (individual passengers), especially women under the age of 30. If the person is found to come to Malaysia frequently in a short period of time, the person will be refused entry. In addition, a passport is required to travel from West Malaysia to East Malaysia. The Malaysian Immigration Department has the right to refuse entry to foreigners with criminal records, incapacity and false declarations of the purpose of coming to Malaysia.
  3. Daily necessities carried by foreign tourists; goods with a total value of not more than 250 US Dollars per person (the total value of the goods brought by the flight attendants does not exceed 50 US Dollars per person) (including 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 200 grams of tobacco leaves; 1 liter of alcoholic beverages; appropriate amount of perfume) enjoy duty-free treatment. Cameras, video cameras, cassette recorders, binoculars, sports equipment, laptop computers, mobile phones or other similar equipment for foreign tourists’ own use must be declared and brought back when leaving the country.
  4. Tourists who bring US$10,000 or more (RM34,000 or more) into or out of Malaysia must fill in Customs No.22 to declare to the customs. This amount includes cash, coins, bank drafts, checks and traveler’s checks. Visitors can request forms at customs checkpoints at entry and exit. This is an international measure to eliminate overseas money laundering. 
  5. Tourists must also declare the agricultural products they bring. Customs must inspect items to ensure that they do not contain pests and fungi that threaten the local ecology.
  6. Toy guns that look like real guns are prohibited from being brought into the country. Dangerous weapons (eg katana), fireworks (eg firecrackers). Pornographic publications and pirated CDs are also prohibited items.
  7. Drug smuggling is a very serious crime in Malaysia. Possessing or dealing in drugs is punishable by death.

Travel Tips

Cell Phone / Calling Card

There are three major mobile communication service providers in Malaysia, namely Maxis, DIGI and Celcom. The famous AirAsia TuneTalk cooperates with Celcom. At airports, railway stations and roadside, you will see large and small purchase points, but try to buy at the counter, it is more convenient to recharge, and you can recharge in major convenience stores and even small grocery stores in urban areas. These cards are all one-way charges, and there is no domestic long-distance call in Malaysia. Even if the pre-stored call charge is 0, you can answer the call. There is a free call fee when buying a card. When opening the number, you need to ask the staff or clerk to help you change it into English and open the Internet.

Hotlink card Maxis’ Hotlink card signal and Internet access are relatively stable, and the coverage is wide. In addition to the airports, telecommunication agent outlets everywhere in the city, 7-11, 99 Speedmart and other chain supermarkets, there is also the headquarters building of Maxis next to KLCC.

You may also read about the list of recommended prepaid sim cards with data plan to use in Malaysia.

Getting online

Free WIFI service is provided in cafes, hotels, fast food chains, and some inns; you need to get the password from the clerk. There is a WIFI wireless network in the shopping mall, you can connect to it without a password, but the signal is very weak. Or look for Internet cafes to surf the web, mostly near schools or business districts, ranging from 3-10 ringgits per hour, and some can include nights. Some youth hostels or Guest Houses also have internet corners for a fee.

Malaysia uses a British standard three-phase flat plug to connect to a stable power supply (220-240 volts, 50 Hz).

Places Not To Be Missed

Johor Bahru Old Temple

Johor Bahru Old Temple is located in Johor Bahru, Malaysia with a history of more than 100 years and is one of the oldest buildings in Johor Bahru. The ancient temple building is based on the architectural design of southern China and has a strong Chaozhou architectural style. The roof is gradually increased in height. The roof of the gate of the front yard is short and the roof of the hall is high to highlight the importance of the hall. There are five gods enshrined in the ancient temple. On the 21st day of the first lunar month every year, the ancient temple of Johor will hold an annual grand tour of the gods.

The Temple is a place with cultural heritage, historical significance and very good Feng Shui treasure. It’s great! It is very lively, popular and there are many people !

Legoland Malaysia

The first Legoland theme park in Asia and the sixth Legoland theme park in the world opened on September 15, 2012 in Nusajaya, Johor, Malaysia. This is a wonderful world full of unlimited fun, both for adults and children. , Legoland Malaysia will be a place with a lot of fun elements in the journey.

Legoland Malaysia covers an area of ​​more than 93,000 square meters. There are more than 40 kinds of amusement facilities, performances and attractions in the park. It is mainly divided into seven themed areas, including the entrance, Legoland, Lilliput, and Adventure Land. , Fantasyland, LEGO Kingdom and LEGO Technic Park.

There are many lovely large-scale dolls in the park, which are made of Lego bricks, and people can’t help but keep pressing the camera shutter, like the grandfather holding the toilet at the toilet door, and the painter holding the palette. , or Malaysian women in headscarves, etc., are very distinctive. There are 15,000 Lego models in the park, which are estimated to be composed of more than 50 million Lego bricks of different sizes.

Jalan Wong Ah Fook

Jalan Wong Ah Fook Street is a major one-way street in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, located in the central business district of Johor Bahru and is also one of the busiest roads in the city. Within the center of Jalan Wong Ah Fook, there are City Square shopping mall, Komtar JBCC, characteristic local shops and famous curry fish head restaurant nearby. On weekends, there is a night bazaar where you can experience all the local cultures and food.

Desaru Coast

Desaru is a coastal resort area in the South-Eastern Johor state – within the small town of Bandar Penawar. The integrated resort concept materialized in 2019 with the opening of The Els Club Champion Golf Resort, Waterpark Adventure, The Westin Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel & Anantara Resort & Villas; the entire Desaru coast line had been transformed and become a favorite weekend destination/staycation for the likes of Singaporean and Malaysians.

You can reach Desaru coastal resorts via self-driving or booking a private taxi service from BOOKMYTAXI.MY. Passengers from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru, Kuantan and many other towns in Malaysia can book their rides on the website. To book a taxi service from Singapore to Desaru, the passengers have to select their pick-up and drop-off location in Singapore along with the location for disembarkation in Desaru (e.g., The Westin Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel or The Els Club). The final pricing will be displayed on screen. All you need to do is make your payment using credit card or cash.

You can now also book a ferry ride from Singapore’s Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal to the coastal town of Desaru.

Sibu Island

Sibu Island is located at the southernmost tip of Malaysia and is a small island west of Johor. The island is full of lush tropical plants and long golden sandy beaches. There are many rock holes along the coast, which are formed by the impact of seawater brought by the long-term monsoon, which gives the island a rugged beauty. Offshore, the bottom is a fascinating coral reef, which contains many beautiful underwater creatures. The island is full of lush tropical plants and long golden sandy beaches. There are many rock holes along the coast, which are formed by the impact of seawater brought by the long-term monsoon, which gives the island a rugged beauty. Offshore, the bottom is a fascinating coral reef, which contains many beautiful underwater creatures. You may also find some wrecks of shipwrecks, ancient Chinese merchants…

You will have to take a boat ride from Tanjung Leman Jetty (Mersing district) to the tropical island.

BOOKMYTAXI.MY is the easiest way to book a private taxi service to Tanjung Leman Jetty. We offer fixed prices, upfront pricing and the most affordable rates. Book my taxi with us and experience professional service from our highly trained drivers.

If you would like to have a leisure drive up for the island vacation, we also offer a self-driving guide from Singapore to Tanjung Leman jetty.

Tioman Island

Tioman Island is located on the east coast of Malaysia and is known as the world’s top leisure island. Legend has it that the island was also the palace of a dragon girl, the picturesque Tioman Island is sunny, and because of its beautiful scenery, the Hollywood musical “South Pacific” has also been filmed here.

Tioman Island is well developed and has various facilities such as water sports, accommodation and dining. The waters around Tioman Island are blue and clear, and there are colorful sea fan corals, stone pines, sea hares and other marine life on the bottom, so there is also the nickname of nature aquarium. Moreover, the visibility of the sea water here is more than ten meters, and the warm and clear seabed makes it the best choice for diving enthusiasts. Swim with hordes of tropical fish for fun. In addition to diving, there are also water sports such as windsurfing, jet skis, banana boats, etc. to choose from.

If you don’t play in the water, you can also go hiking in the virgin jungle. The virgin jungle on the island is full of wild vines, apes and large lizards, and it has a Jurassic Park visual sense. In addition, the granite formations on the island make it an excellent place for rock climbing. Adventurous lovers of thrills can climb the fabled Gunung Nenek Semukut cliff or Longhorn Rock.

You will have to take a boat ride from Mersing Jetty to the tropical island.

BOOKMYTAXI.MY is the easiest way to book a private taxi service to Mersing Jetty. We offer fixed prices, upfront pricing and the most affordable rates. Book my taxi with us and experience professional service from our highly trained drivers.

To reach Mersing jetty, another affordable option would be to take a public bus service from Johor Bahru to Mersing. The journey time will definitely take longer but it’s an alternate form of adventure for the backpackers.

Having been to a lot of Southeast Asia island trips, the requirements for islands are getting higher and higher. I have always disliked places with many people. Naturally, Tioman Island is the best choice

And Finally …

We’ve explained a few of the different transportation options that can be found in and around Malaysia and Singapore. We’d like to offer you an opportunity to try our private taxi service. Our top priority is always our customers and we pride ourselves on our professional and knowledgeable drivers. Get started or finish off your adventure in one of our many luxurious private taxi. If you don’t know the area well, our drivers are more than happy to help point out popular locations and entertainment opportunities.

You can reserve our private taxi anytime, 24/7 and for added convenience – Book online now to reserve a private taxi or WhatsApp +65-9769 2531 for any inquiry.

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Public Transport To Senai International Airport

Private Taxi From Singapore to Johor Bahru Senai Airport

About Senai Airport

Senai International Airport, formerly known as Sultan Ismail International Airport (IATA: JHB)(Chinese: 士乃国际机场) is an airport in the town of Senai, Kulai District, Johor, Malaysia. The airport is located near Johor Bahru, approximately 32 km north-west of the city centre. In 2016, Senai International Airport handled a total of 2,828,074 passengers and 6,245 tons of freight with a combination of 42,744 schedule and non-schedule commercial aircraft movements. The airport serves as a hub for AirAsia

How do you get to Senai Airport ?

As one of the international airports in Malaysia, Senai Airport is located approximately 23 kilometers north west of the center of the busy city, Johor Bahru. Traveling to Singapore from Johor Senai Airport by a private car or taxi takes about an hour long ride or about 50 kilometers through the AH2. There are a variety of transportation options to and from Senai Airport including the before mentioned private taxi or car, as well as public bus and shuttle. Curious about what kind of travel is right for you? Read on and we’ll explain the different options in more detail.

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Get to and from Senai Airport – Transportation Explained

1. Public Bus System

Public transportation is common in many parts of the world include Asia also is no exception. While widely available you will not find a direct bus traveling from Senai Airport to Singapore or in reverse. This means that on top of having to pay attention to a schedule you will have to transfer at least once and possibly more often between buses. Each bus will have its own schedule. Sometimes, the buses run more early or late depending on conditions that day. If you miss the bus, you’ll be stuck waiting for the next bus. Along with that hassle, you will need to transfer your baggage between buses as well. Plan ahead for this though because not all buses will have room to store luggage and some may not allow you to carry large items on board with you. While it may work for locals in the area, the bus isn’t an ideal option for those on vacation or traveling for business.

Refer to this quick image guide for the JB local bus transport map, that will connect you from anywhere in Johor Bahru to Senai airport.

If you are setting off from the Northern or Western part of Singapore

  1. Take a MRT or bus service from anywhere within Singapore to Kranji MRT station.
  2. Wait for Causeway Link bus CW1 to head towards Singapore immigration checkpoint.
  3. Board the same bus service (i.e CW1) after you have cleared Singapore immigration, and head towards Malaysia immigration – CIQ First Link.
  4. After you had cleared Malaysia immigration, take a brief 15 minutes walk towards JB Sentral direction and take the escalator down Jalan Jim Quee exit. You will spot the bus terminal towards your left, and the taxi station towards your right.
  5. At the bus terminal, wait for the Causeway Link bus service AA1 to take you to Senai airport.
  6. AA1 bus schedule is provided below for your convenience

If you are setting off from the Southern, Eastern or Central part of Singapore

  1. Take a MRT or bus service from anywhere within Singapore to either Queen Street Terminal (CW2) – nearest MRT is Bugis MRT station or Newton Circus bus stop (CW5).
  2. Wait for Causeway Link bus either CW2 or CW5 to head towards Singapore immigration checkpoint.
  3. Board the same bus service (i.e CW2 or CW5) after you have cleared Singapore immigration, and head towards Malaysia immigration – CIQ First Link.
  4. After you had cleared Malaysia immigration, take a brief 15 minutes walk towards JB Sentral direction and take the escalator down Jalan Jim Quee exit. You will spot the bus terminal towards your left, and the taxi station towards your right.
  5. At the bus terminal, wait for the Causeway Link bus service AA1 to take you to Senai airport.
  6. AA1 bus schedule is provided below for your convenience
Depart from JB Sentral Arrive at Senai airport Depart from Senai airport Arrive at JB Sentral
10:00AM 10:50AM 11:00AM 11:40AM
12:00PM 12:50PM 01:00PM 01:40PM
02:00PM 02:50PM 03:00PM 03:40PM
04:00PM 04:50PM 05:00PM 05:40PM
06:00PM 06:50PM 07:00PM 07:40PM

2. Cost Effective Transport with The Shuttle Service

We’ve gone over the availability of buses and why they may not work that well. The Causeway bus offers an airport shuttle bus from and to between Johor Sentral and Senai International Airport. After this you can move onto the Causeway Link and take the Transtar Cross Border Service, SBS Transit Bus or Singapore Bus service to Singapore. The Shuttle Service offers a guide while traveling. The downside to traveling in this manner is you will be forced to leave the bus at least a few times so papers can be checked by immigration officers at the border. While this is a cost effective option, it is heavy in the consumption of time. If you decide to use this route of transportation expect it to take quite a while and leave room for delays on either end of your trip.

3. Comfort, Security and Fast Travel with Private Taxi Service

The best option for travellers and tourists coming from Singapore to Malaysia is private taxi service. While admittedly not the cheapest option available it will save you not only time but also vast amounts of unnecessary stress and confusion. With a private taxi service you won’t have to worry about a long wait at the border for immigration, transferring luggage repeatedly, or worry about getting lost. Enjoy your travel in a deluxe 7-seater private taxi and relax before beginning your adventure. If leaving Malaysia, leave in peace and style.

BOOKMYTAXI.MY is the easiest way to book a taxi cab or cross border transfer from Singapore to Senai airport or vice versa. We offer fixed prices, upfront pricing and the most affordable rates (with fare as low as SGD95). Book your taxi with us now and experience professional service from our highly trained drivers.

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4. Taxi Service from Singapore to Johor Bahru Senai Airport

We’ve explained a few of the different transportation options that can be found in and around Malaysia and Singapore. We’d like to offer you an opportunity to try our private taxi service. Our top priority is always our customers and we pride ourselves on our professional and knowledgeable drivers. Get started or finish off your adventure in one of our many luxurious private taxi. If you don’t know the area well, our drivers are more than happy to help point out popular locations and entertainment opportunities.

You can reserve our private taxi anytime, 24/7 and for added convenience – Book online now to reserve a private taxi or WhatsApp +65-9769 2531 for any inquiry.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Airlines & Destination

Airlines Destinations
AirAsia Bangkok–Don Mueang, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh City, Jakarta–Soekarno-Hatta, Kolkata, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur–International, Kuala Terengganu, Kuching, Langkawi, Macau, Miri, Penang, Sibu, Tawau
Firefly Kuala Lumpur–Subang
Indonesia AirAsia X Surabaya
Jin Air Seoul–Incheon
Malaysia Airlines Kuala Lumpur–International
Malindo Air Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur–Subang
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Visitor’s Guide to Singapore

Where is the location of Singapore ?

Singapore is a city-state in Southeast Asia. Founded previously as a British trading colony in 1819, since independence it is one of the world’s most prosperous countries and boasts the world’s busiest port.
Combining skyscrapers and subways of a modern city with a blend of Chinese, Malay and Indian influences and a tropical climate, with tasty food, good shopping and a vibrant night-life scene, Singapore makes a great stopover within South East Asia.

Things to do in Singapore


Singapore is a small island country with a land area of over 719 kilometre square and a population size of over 5.5 million people.
Unlike many other densely populated countries, Singapore is an enchanting city with more than 50% of its area covered by greenery and over 50 major parks and 4 nature reserves.

The centre of the city is located in the south — consisting of the famous Orchard Road shopping area, the Riverside, the Marina Bay area and also the skyscraper-filled central business district Shenton Way.
Riverside (Civic District) — Singapore’s colonial core, are lined with museums, statues, theatres, and also fancy, swanky restaurants, bars and clubs.
Orchard Road — Endless views of shopping malls on both sides of the road.
Marina Bay — The latest part of Singapore, where it houses Marina Bay Sands Resort, Gardens By The Bay and Marina Barrage. The newly opened Gardens by the Bay situated next to Marina Bay Sands Resort is a large garden which houses two huge cooled conservatories – the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest as well as a cluster of gigantic Super Trees.
Bugis and Kampong Glam — Bugis and Kampong Glam are Singapore’s old Malay district, now largely taken over by shopping malls.
Chinatown — The area occupied by Chinese immigrants in the past, is now a Chinese heritage area popular with tourists for the endless choices of local delicacies.
Little India — A piece of India to the north of the city core.
Balestier, Newton, Novena and Toa Payoh — Budget accommodations and Burmese temples within striking distance of the centre.
North — The northern part of the island, where the Singapore Zoo, River Safari and Night Safari is located. It’s biggest draw is probably Woodlands – where many Singaporeans embark on a quick ride to the neighbouring country Malaysia (Johor Bahru) for a short weekend getaway. Book online now to reserve a private taxi or WhatsApp +65-9769 2531 for any inquiry.
West — The western part of the island form Singapore’s residential areas with Star Vista.
Jurong — Attractions include Singapore Bird Park, Singapore Science Centre and Singapore Discovery Centre. Singaporeans also use Jurong via the Tuas Checkpoint to travel north bound for Malaysia cities (Melaka, Kuala Lumpur, Cameron Highland, Ipoh and etc), where they can skip the hectic traffic in Johor Bahru city. Book our taxi services online or message us to get a quote today !
Tampines — A residential town located in the heartlands, in the far east of the island close to Changi Airport.
East Coast — The largely residential eastern part of the island contains Changi Airport, miles and miles of beach and many famous eateries. Also covers Geylang Serai, the true home of Singapore’s Malays.
Sentosa — Sentosa is a separate island on the Southern part of Singapore, which now houses the famous Universal Studio Theme Park, Resorts World Casino and various 5-star hotels such as Festive Hotel, Hotel Michael, Hard Rock Hotel, Equarius Hotel, Le Méridien Hotel and many more.


Between May and October, forest fires in neighbouring Sumatra causes dense haze that regularly reaches unhealthy levels. Singapore is best avoided from June to October if you have medical conditions or simply wishes to avoid the air pollution.
For other periods of the year, its weather is usually sunny with no distinct 4 seasons. Rain falls frequently throughout the year but most rainfall occurs during the north east monsoon (November to January), occasionally featuring lengthy spells of continuous rain. It’s advisable to carry an umbrella at all times, both as a shade from the sun or cover from the rain.
Temperature averages around 22.5°C – 29.5°C in December and January, with an occasional low of 21°C.
For the remainder of the year, expect temperature to be around 24°C – 32°C, usually hovering around the 28°C.
Temperatures are relatively high in the day, as expected in a tropical country, but windy conditions are expected at night.

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Each time you enter Singapore you will need to fill an Embarkation card. Keep it after immigration clearance, for you have to return it when you exit. If you plan to visit nearby Malaysia or Indonesia, you have to repeat this process for each time you exit and re-enter.
Most nationalities can enter Singapore without a visa for up to 30 days.

Exceptions and modifications to the rule are listed below:
Nationals of all European Union member states, Norway, Turkey, South Korea, Switzerland and the United States can enter Singapore without a visa for up to 90 days.

Nationals of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, China (PRC), Georgia, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Myanmar, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan will need to apply for a visa online or at the nearest Singaporean High Commission, Embassy or Consulate.

Nationals of Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia and Yemen will need to apply for a visa at the nearest Singaporean Diplomatic Mission.

Duty free allowances for alcohol are 1 litre each of wine, beer and spirits, and the 1 litre of spirits may be substituted with 1 litre of wine or beer, unless you are entering from Malaysia. Travellers entering from Malaysia are not entitled to any duty free allowance. Alcohol may not be brought in by persons under the age of 18. There is no duty free allowance for cigarettes and smokers caught with unmarked cigarettes may be fined $500 per pack.

You can read more about the GST-free and Duty-free items in Singapore.

By plane

Singapore is one of Southeast Asia’s largest aviation hubs, so unless you’re coming from Peninsular Malaysia or Batam/Bintan in Indonesia, the easiest way to enter Singapore is by air. In addition to flag-carrier Singapore Airlines and its regional subsidiary SilkAir, Singapore is also home to low-cost carriers Tiger Airways, Jetstar Asia and Scoot.
In addition to the locals, almost all airlines in Asia offers flights to Singapore, with discount carrier AirAsia and Malaysian regional operator Firefly operating dense networks from Singapore. There are also direct services to Europe, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, North America, and even South Africa.

Senai Airport in Johor Bahru complements Changi Airport as a secondary aviation hub to serve other parts of Indonesia, China or East Malaysia that has no direct network from Changi Airport. Those who are looking for a cheaper airfare may also consider flying from Senai Airport that is only 30 minutes away from Tuas Checkpoint.

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Changi Airport

The multi award winning Changi Airport is big, pleasant and well organized, with immigration and baggage distribution remarkably fast. The airport is split into three main terminals (T1, T2 and T3).
There are plenty of options to kill time in Changi Airport, as each terminal has a unique design and the airside areas of T1, T2, and T3 are attractions in themselves. T2, arguably the most interesting, has an indoor garden, a music listening area with couches and mood lighting, a computer gaming room, a small movie theatre, paid massage services, and of course plenty of duty-free shops. T3, the newest, has a butterfly garden and plenty of natural light, but fewer entertainment options. T1 has a swimming pool and jacuzzi, both open until 23:00. You can travel between the terminals without passing through immigration and, if you have no checked-in luggage to collect, you can clear passport control and customs at any terminal.
In all terminals, Wifi and Internet access is provided free of charge. There are some Xbox systems set up to keep gamers entertained, and there’s live lounge music at times. There are also SingTel and Starhub payphones that offer unlimited free local calls. ATMs abound and money changers offer reasonable rates as well, although you pay a small premium compared to the city. Food options are varied and generally reasonably priced, with some choice picks including the Peranakan-themed Soup Restaurant (T2 landside), which serves much more than just soup, and Sakae Sushi (T2 airside). If you’re up for a little adventure, seek out the staff canteen at level 3M of the car park next to T2, it’s open to the publica and serves local food. It is relatively cheap compared to other food options in the airport but not exactly cheap compared to elsewhere in Singapore. There are also staff canteens in Terminals 1 and 3.
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Mass Rapid Transit – MRT trains run from a station between T2 and T3, but you’ll need to change trains at Tanah Merah to a city-bound train: just exit through the left hand side door and cross the platform. Trains from Tanah Merah to the city takes on average 30 minutes and tend to be very crowded during peak hours, and it is unlikely to have seats.
Bus – Bus terminals can be found in the basements of T1, T2 and T3.

By road

The Causeway, with Johor Bahru on the other side
Singapore is linked by two bridges to Peninsular Malaysia
The Causeway is a very popular and terminally congested entry point connecting Woodlands in the north of Singapore directly into the heart of Johor Bahru. While congestion isn’t as bad as it once was, the Causeway is still jam-packed on Friday evenings (towards Malaysia) and Sunday evenings (towards Singapore). The Causeway can be crossed by bus, train, taxi or car, but it is no longer feasible to cross on foot after Malaysia shifted their customs and immigration complex 2km inland.
A second crossing between Malaysia and Singapore, known as the Tuas Second Link, has been built between Tuas in western Singapore and Tanjung Kupang in the western part of Johor state. Much faster and less congested than the Causeway, it is used by most of the bus and transport services to Port DicksonMelaka, Kuala Lumpur or other cities to the north of Johor Bahru.

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By bus

Direct to/from Malaysian destinations. There are buses to/from Kuala Lumpur and many other destinations in Malaysia through the Woodlands Checkpoint and the Second Link at Tuas. Unfortunately, there is no central bus terminal and different companies leave from all over the city. More expensive buses leave on time, use the Second Link, and don’t stop along the way; while the cheapest buses leave late if at all, use the perpetually jammed Causeway and make more stops. Book early for popular departure times like Friday and Sunday evening, Chinese New Year, etc, and factor in some extra time for congestion at the border.

An alternative to taking a direct “international bus” is to make the short trip to Johor Bahru to catch domestic Malaysian long-distance express buses to various Malaysian destinations from the Larkin Bus Terminal. Besides having more options, fares may also be lower because you will be paying in Malaysia Ringgit rather than Singapore Dollars. The downside is the time-consuming hassle of first getting to Johor Bahru, and then getting to Larkin terminal on the outskirts of town.

All buses make two stops at Singapore and Malaysia immigration. At both immigration points, you must disembark with all your luggage and pass through passport control and customs, then board the next bus by showing your ticket. Include an additional one hour for the whole trip from end to end, or more during rush hour (weekdays from 5pm onwards).

Read more on our bus guide to travel between Singapore and Johor Bahru

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By taxi

There is also the advantage of taking a taxi between Singapore and Johor Bahru. The main advantage is that you do not need to carry your luggage (or yourself) through Immigration and Customs at both ends; you can just pass immigration clearance in the comfort of the car.

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By ferry

Ferries connect Singapore with the neighbouring Indonesian province of Riau Islands and the Malaysian state of Johor.
Singapore has 5 ferry terminals which handle international ferries: HarbourFront near Sentosa, Marina Bay Cruise Centre, Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal, as well as Changi Ferry Terminal and Changi Point Ferry Terminal, both at the eastern side of the island near Changi Airport.

*New* You can now book a ferry ride to Malaysia’s seaside town of Desaru from Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal.

Getting to/away from the ferry terminals:
HarbourFront Ferry Terminal: Located next to HarbourFront MRT station.
Marina Bay Cruise Centre: The shuttle to Marina Bay MRT station is the obvious choice.
Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal: Get off at Bedok MRT station and catch bus No. 35 to ferry terminal.
Changi Ferry Terminal: No bus stop nearby, take a taxi from Changi Village or Tanah Merah MRT.
Changi Point Ferry Terminal: Take bus No. 2, 29 or 59 to Changi Village Bus Terminal and walk to the ferry terminal.

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By phone

The international telephone country code for Singapore is 65. There are three main telecommunication providers in Singapore: SingTel, StarHub and M1.

Mobile phones are carried by almost everyone in Singapore, including many young children, and coverage is generally excellent throughout the country. All 3 service providers have both GSM 900/1800 and 3G (W-CDMA) networks, and international roaming onto them may be possible. Prepaid SIM cards are sold in 7-Eleven convenience stores, phone shops and currency exchange counters. You will need to show an international passport or Singapore ID to sign up.
Most prepaid cards expire within 6 month unless you top-up (which can be done outside Singapore). The carriers also offer special top up cards that will give a higher number of minutes for the price at the downside of expiring more quickly.
Calling cards are also available for specific international destinations and are usually cheaper. Hello Card from Singtel offers a very cheap rate to 8 countries (Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Thailand).

Get out

Singapore makes a good base for exploring South-East Asia, with nearly all of the region’s countries and their main tourist destinations — Bangkok, Phuket, Angkor Wat, Ho Chi Minh City and Bali, just to name a few — under 2 hr away by plane. The vast choice of budget carriers in recent times means that Singapore is an excellent place for catching cheap flights to China and India, as well as around Southeast Asia. In addition, Singapore has direct flights to many of the smaller cities in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.

For short weekend trips from Singapore, the most popular choice would be to the neighbouring country of MalaysiaJohor Bahru just across the causeway for good eats and cheap shopping. Travel time is expected to be around 1-2 hours depending on the mode of transport.
If you have 3-5 days to spare, plan a visit to the colonial town of Melaka, beach resort Port Dickson or Malaysia’s vibrant capital Kuala Lumpur.

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Private Taxi Service To Johor Bahru Attractions

Johor Bahru city houses the CIQ or Customs, Immigration & Quarantine complex in the heart of the one of the brightest city in Malaysia – Johor Bahru. Travel from Singapore to JB city via our private taxi service and get there in approximately 90 minutes. There are various destinations in the heart of Johor Bahru including the likes of City Square Shopping Mall, KSL Shopping Mall, JBCC Shopping Mall, Cultural Street Jalan Tan Hiok Nee, Indian Glass Temple, Danga Bay and also for the many seafood restaurants.

Attractions In JB (Johor Bahru)

Discover What To See & Visit Nearby JB City

Major Shopping Malls in Johor Bahru
Paradigm Mall
KSL Mall
City Square Shopping Mall
Komtar JBCC
R&F Mall
Sutera Mall
Sunway Citrine Hub
Midvalley Mall
Aeon Tebrau City
Aeon Bukit Indah
Johor Premium Outlet (JPO)
Ikea / Toppen Shopping Mall
Amusement Park
Legoland Malaysia Theme Park
Danga Bay
Kittyland / The Little Big Club
Angry Bird Activity Park
KSL Dinosaur Alive Water Park
Places of interest
Pinewood Iskandar Studio
Puteri Harbour
Jalan Tan Hiok Nee (Cultural Street)
X Park Sunway Iskandar
RUB Karting
Islands / Adventure
Tioman island
Pulau Besar
Pulau Sibu
Transport hub in Johor Bahru
Senai airport
Larkin bus terminal
Mersing jetty
Tanjung Leman jetty
Tanjung Gemok jetty
Puteri Harbour International Ferry Terminal
Where Is The City Square Mall Located ?

City Square Shopping Mall is a combination of shopping and recreation center located right in the heart of Johor Bahru, Malaysia. The Customs and Immigration is only a 5 minutes walk away, as well as KOMTAR JBCC and JB Sentral making it not only a local landmark but a great place to visit while in the vicinity. The fastest and most convenient mode of transport for travellers or visitors visiting is to use our private transport taxi services or self-drive. Public transportation options (bus or train) are available too.

What to do in City Square Mall In JB ?

City Square Mall is truly a shopaholics dream come true, featuring 200 different trendy retailers spread over seven different levels of the complex. No matter what you are looking for you’ll find it within this massive shopping complex. If you are a fashionista, you are in luck with the number of possibilities available to you. Shop through stores like Damaged on Level four or Espirit on Level one for a mix of both women’s and men’s clothing. Have children tagging along? Visit Bossini or Trio both found on level two or to keep them entertained visit the Laser Battle arcade on Level four.

You’ll also find a number of beauty and wellness brands like Skin Food, The Body Shop, and The Face Shop on level two. Are books more interesting to you than clothing? If so you’ll be in love while visiting stores like MPH on level three or Poular on level four. Alternatively for the tech geeks in your group visit One2Plays on level four for a number of video games, Odyssea for a variety of phone cases, or the Microsoft store on level three. While on your exploration make some time to grab a snack at one of the many outlets like Beans Talk, Daily Fresh, or Mega Star. You can also sit down to a full meal at Canton-i, Arashi or Tea Garden.

If you need some time off your feet but a meal isn’t what you are looking for, visit Cathay Cineplex. This is a movie goers dream as the largest Cineplex found in Johor Bahru featuring an astonishing fourteen different theatres and a variety of family friendly movies. For further entertainment you can also visit Neway Karaoke which features a number of private rooms to sing either alone or with a small group. You’ll get a variety of both new and old songs to choose from as well as a selection specifically for children.

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Where is Paradigm Mall located ?

Paradigm Mall is located along Jalan Skudai, Johor Bahru and is one of the best shopping malls in Johor Bahru. Paradigm Mall is easily accessible via public transport as well as private vehicles via Johor Causeway which connects Singapore to Johor Bahru.

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The location is also easily accessible via public bus transport from various locations in Johor Bahru such as Senai airport or JB Sentral.

What to do in Paradigm Mall ?

The shopping mall has a total of 6 floors and there are many retail outlets including big brand names such as Uniqlo, Harvey Norman, H&M, Padini, Zara and many many more. 

There are also many restaurants and cafes such as Starbucks, KFC, Marrybrown and many other F&B outlets.

It also houses a cinema hall with 9 screens, an IMAX cinema which shows movies in 3D technology and is located on the 3rd floor of the mall. 

Where is Kukup located ?

Kukup is located in Pontian, Johor and about 90min drive away from Senai Airport via Lebuhraya Skudai – Pontian/Route 5. Kukup fishing village is a seaside resort which provides for concrete and fully air conditioned accommodation, with a various sort of activities for family. The resort offers seaside activities and a variety of seafood. It can be accessed by public tour bus, private taxi services from Singapore or limousine.

The place is ideal for family getaway and a seaside relaxation experience. It gives a memorable experience and a full tummy, which would be a good ingredient for a great family vacation. A very satisfied tummy and a grateful soul would result to a great experience and memory to keep for a lifetime.

What to do in Kukup ?

Kukup fishing village offers a several activity for family, office, school, or organization outings. It can be a good venue for organization or team building experience. It can also be a place for family vacation and relaxing stay for a stretch. Among the other activities they offer, the visitor can enjoy fishing in their ponds and at the seaside. The group could also enjoy in heir paintball package where the visitors can satisfy their thrill and adventurous spirit. The group could also visit the mushroom farm with the mushroom farm package provided by the resort.

Their rooms are fully air-conditioned and are made of concrete materials. The stay in this resort would be comfortable, ideal for a perfect family vacation or group outing. The food they offer would satisfy your craving for seafood. The best place to rejuvenate the soul and the body after a year, a moth or a week of urban busy lifestyle. In this place would be a perfect time to relax and at the same time have fun and eat more.

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Where Is Legoland Malaysia Theme Park located ?

Located about 90min drive from Singapore Changi Airport and located in Nusajaya of Johor, Malaysia you’ll find the 76 acre Legoland Theme-park. This convenient location is only 15 minutes from Bukit Indah , 20 minutes from the Woodlands Causeway, 30 minutes from Senai International Airport and 10 minutes from Second Link Tuas.

What to do in Legoland Malaysia Theme Park ?

Built in 2012, it is one of only six Legolands in the whole world and the first in Asia. The park itself is split up into seven different themed areas consisting of:

The Beginning
This vibrant entrance is sure to get you excited to explore the rest of the park. Here you’ll find The Big Shop which is the largest Lego store in Asia as well as other small retail shops such as The Brick Shop and mini market.

Imagination is the perfect place to visit for those wanting to get a view the surrounding area and learn more about Lego’s. Visit the observation tower where you’ll get an exciting panoramic view of the entire park on a rotating platform. For a different kind of view, visit Kid Power tower where you’ll lift yourself up for a beautiful view over the park. Feeling creative? Head to Build & Test, a fully air conditioned indoor activity center for kids and adults to build Lego models. Next, visit Lego Studios which show a variety of short Lego films and get active again in the Duplo Playground. Young children can hop aboard the express train for an exciting ride around Duplo play-town.

Lego Technic
This area is perfect for the thrill seekers in the group featuring exhilarating rides like Project X. Measuring at 18 meters high with super sharp bends and steep inclines this is sure to get your heart pumping. Also in the area visit Twister to get dizzy and the Aqua-zone Wave Racers where you’ll spin around and get hit by huge splashes and water jets. If you need to slow down a little visit Lego Mindstorms and Academy where you’ll discover Lego Programming and be able to see Lego robots compete and battle against one another.

When exploring this area of the park you’ll quickly realize how amazing Lego’s can truly be. With large scale models of seventeen different Asian country landmarks you’ll be impressed with the magnitude of work involved. You’ll see classic famous sites from Thailand, Brunei, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, Brunei, China, India, Singapore and Vietnam. The models themselves took about three years to complete in entirety and use over 30 million bricks making it quite impressive.

Lego Kingdoms
This special themed area is all about fantasy, featuring elements like castles, dragon, swords and knights. You’ll get a thrill at the Dragon Roller Coasters and Dragon’s Apprentice. You’ll also find the Forest-men’s Hideout, a playground where kids can run, climb and jump to burn off some energy. Merlin’s challenge a high speed carousel that parents can take part in and also kids can try simulated classic Lego horse ride (Royal Joust) for kids.

Land of Adventure
This themed area will take you on a tour into the long forgotten world of Pharaohs and dinosaurs with a detailed and ancient landscape. Prepare yourself for the big splash in the end! The area also features Beetle Bounce where you’ll be raised fifteen feet in the air before plummeting downward again, as well as Pharaoh’s Revenge, a multi-level play area perfect for children. To slow down, head to Dino Island where you’ll be able to relax while continuing your adventure on a boat to pass through a number of scenes and Lego Sculptures as well as visit long distance ruins. You’ll go on a journey with the Lost Kingdom Adventure Ride which features a four seat car traveling along a circuit for hunting lost treasure complete with laser blasting.

Lego City
As one of the most popular zones in the park, Lego city is the most interactive and requires more physical activity. This makes it perfect for burning off that last bit of energy that the kids may have. Lego City Airport enables children to control and fly Lego airplanes while Junior Driving School lets the kids take control of a battery operated Legoland car in an area complete with road markings, lights and traffic signs. You can visit Rescue Academy for a chance to brave against a burning building and race against other participants. If kids prefer water the area, the kids can drive the boats around themselves at Remote Control Boats and Boating School and where. Also in the area are The Shipyard and Legoland Express.

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Where is Johor Premium Outlets (JPO) located ?

Johor Premium Outlets (JPO) is located in Kulaijaya of the Johor district inside Malaysia. It is a great travel destination and only 35 kilometers away from the Woodlands Causeway and Johor Immigration. You’ll also have an easy time accessing Johor Senai Airport which is just less than 9 kilometers away and about 10 to 20 minute by car.

The journey from Woodlands Causeway to JPO takes approximately 30 minute, and the most popular forms of transportation to the area are by taxi or self-drive. Public buses and shuttle services are available but will add considerable length to your travel time.

What to do in Johor Premium Outlets (JPO) ?

With a size comparison of thirty football fields, JPO is home to more than 80 different outlet stores. No matter what your tastes you are sure to find something here as well as enjoy a variety of sales. Throughout the year outlets offer sales ranging from 25% to 65% off or more, especially during the holidays. In store promotions have been known to get as high as 80% off which is pretty amazing.

If the sales alone don’t entice you you’ll love the variety of brands. You’ll also find trendy designer names like Aigner, Salvatore Ferragamo, Polo, Armani Exchange, Ralph Lauren, Bally, Tommy Hilfiger, Oroton, DKNY, Hugo Boss, Marc Jacobs and many others. Interested in sports? The mall also offers a variety of stores catering to children including brands like Animation World, Ralph Lauren Children, Annakku and Cotton On Kids. You’ll have to be impressed by the exclusive labels like Rip Curl, Puma, Adidas, Nike, Columbia, New Balance and more. While exploring the complex you’ll also find a number of street brands like G2000, Levi’s, Soda, Top Shop, Victoria, La Senza, Elle and Cotton On for the latest in styles. CK Calvin Klein, Coach, Blurberry and Tory Burch are just a few of the internationally famous fashion brands you’ll find.

After all that amazing exploring you are bound to get hungry. JPO has just as much variety in food options as they do in merchandise. No matter if you are in the mood for Japanese or a more Western flavor you are sure to find the perfect spot. Some of our favourites include Absolute Thai, and Tea Leaf.

If you are taking a KTM train service from Singapore to JB Sentral, public bus service is available directly from JB Sentral to JPO.

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Where is Danga Bay located ?

Danga Bay is located a mere 7 kilometers from the center of Johor Bahru. Undoubtedly the most exciting place it’s well known as the largest recreation park in the area. Hosting some of the most large scale events in all of Asia, you can imagine the size! It’s located conveniently close to many other attractions as well. Only 21 kilometers from Legoland Malaysia visiting an event or concert here after a day out is perfect. Public transportation via the bus system is also readily available in the area though with complex routes. It is more time consuming to travel by.

What to do in Danga Bay ?

As the largest event center in the continent, Danga Bay is really an attraction in itself. Along with events and concerts Danga Bay also has the largest recreational park in Johor and is home to some of the most exhilarating rides you can imagine. If you want to see it in a truly magical way be sure to visit at night time. The lights illuminate the surrounding area and it seems the atmosphere becomes truly magical. This is an experience that truly can’t be missed.

If you’d prefer something different, Legoland Malaysia is a short 20 to 25 minute short ride away. One day trip visiting Legoland Malaysia is not enough so you need to extend your stay. It is integrated of hotel and theme park. This park was built in 2012 and is the first of it’s kind in Malaysia and the only Lego exclusive park in Asia. Entirely inspired by Lego it can provide fun for the whole family.

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Where is The Little Big Club Located ?

The Little Big Club is an entire theme park area devoted to younger children. It spans two entire levels of the indoor theme park at Nusajaya in Johor. In private taxi, the journey between The Little big Club and Singapore would be less than an hour so you can have more time to enjoy and fun all the day.

What to do in The Little Big Club ?

Many theme parks have specific areas for younger children and toddlers. However these areas are often small and thus remain incredibly crowded. Other theme parks that are directed only at young children fail to offer much to anyone else in the family. The Little Big Club is huge, spanning an entire two levels of the four level theme park in Puteri Harbour Family Theme Park, Johor. Small children and toddlers can enjoy their favourite characters.

Visit Bob the Builder and actually build a house with Bob’s Can Do Crew for Bob’s Villa. Activities here include bricklaying, window framing as well as assembly of the kitchen, bath and house. You can also get your groove on with Angelina Ballerina. A computer animated image of Angelina will guide those cute little feet through all the dance steps right alongside her friends Ms. Gimmi, Vicki and Gracie. Keep moving forward and meet up with Pingu to play some games. Pingu’s Whack-a-Fish, Water Blaster and Fishing with Pingu are sure to excite any child. Also in the area you can jump aboard with Thomas the Train, have fun with Bertie the Bus, get competitive with steamie and diesel bumper cars, and jump for joy at Sir Topham Hatt’s Playstation.

But what if you have a few older children as well? While these activities are perfect for young children and toddlers they might not fit as well for adults. This theme park is perfect because there are a whole two more stories to explore. Sanrio Hello Kitty Town is a perfect place to explore with kids of any age and also a great place to grab a bite to eat during a day of exploration. Visit The Red Bow Cafe or Cinnamoroll for some delicious and exclusive Hello Kitty themed treats. You can also visit LAT’s Place which is an entire restaurant with a story book theme. Heavily inspired by Data LAT and his creation of the ‘Kampong Boy’ or the village boy, this eatery will be sure to amaze everyone.

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Where is Angry Birds Activity Park located ?

Angry Birds Activity Park is the first in South East Asia Angry Bird themed park. It is a 26,000 square foot indoor fun and activity area which is located at the 3rd floor of Johor Bahru City Centre (JBCC), Malaysia. Angry Birds activity park can be accessed via the Johor Bahru Immigration and Checkpoint via a link bridge (link 1). Besides that, it is very close to Johor City Square Mall and JB Sentral. Thus, it is also easy to go Singapore from Angry Birds Activity Park via a bus, taxi or other public utility transport.

What to do in Angry Birds Activity Park ?

The Angry Bird Activity Park is a family oriented themed park which provides a variety of fun and exciting activity. There are a lot to choose from and all of the activity is for children of all ages, as long you still got what it takes. The Danger Zone is a place where you can do the Lazer Bird Scoot and the Space Drop Air Bag. For those who want to jump around they can visit the Anti Gravity Trampoline, or run around the Air Parkour Track, or cross the Bird Wire Slack Line and then shoot the pigs at the Piggy Shooting Gallery. But if you feel like driving, head to the ‘Angry Bird GO! Kart Track’, then you can climb at the Bird Nest Climbing Track. At the South Beach area, play video games, or ride the balanced bike at the Balance Bike Lagoon, or watch a movie at CineMine.

The park is open from 10:00am to 10:00pm daily with 3 sessions (10am to 1pm, 2pm to 5pm and 6pm to 10pm). There is a parent’s lounge at the second floor for those parents who do not wish to enter the park. There is a ‘wear socks’ policy in the park so you have to leave your shoes at the shoe rack located at the entrance of the park. If you do not have a sock, buy a pair for RM3. In all, the Angry Bird themed activity park is a nice place to go to for family activity.

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Where is Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios located ?

As a world class provider of both studio and other services for the film and television industry Pineworld Iskandar Studios is located in Nusajaya, Johor. Transport to Singapore from Pinewood Iskandar Studios is easily available via taxi, private car, limousine and public bus. Traveling from the area is simple as well as it is only 25 minute drive to Johor Bahru Senai Airport.

Why is Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios so interesting ?

It offers 10,000 square feet of film stage in a variety of sizes and shapes. You can choose from larger stages as well ranging from 15 to 30 thousand square feet! The TV studio is also massive at 24 thousand square feet and can cater to any number of guests who may want to watch a show being produced. Featuring both a production office and workshop space for talents to really hone in on their skills, this is truly the place for both experienced and new actors alike. In the back there are numerous lots for outdoor filming spanning a full 30 hectares of natural forest. To put his in perspective, a traditional sports field is about one hectare in size, now imagine 30 of them brimming with the natural beauty of forest life. The studio doesn’t stop here though. You’ll also find both exterior and interior water tanks for shooting any underwater scenes or watery action sequences. Let’s not forget the vast array of allied services which are there to focus solely on the needs of the television and film industry.

By visiting the studio you’ll be able to see an entire showcase of movie and TV design. This is a true ‘bucket list’ experience. If you plan in advance you may also get to watch a TV show live while it’s being recorded. This is completely different than watching it at home on a screen and will open your eyes to what goes on behind the scenes. As you stroll around the studio you might also happen to meet one or more of the actors or actresses who play your favourite TV and movie characters. Get to know these creative artists doing what they love and see how it all comes together. You’ll be able to see first-hand how many special effects are done and how long some of your favourite shots actually took to make. With this special understanding you’ll be sure to appreciate this form of entertainment even more in the future.

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Where Is Sanrio Hello Kitty Town Located ?

This prime location is about 1-hour from Changi International Airport, 30-minute from Johor Senai Airport and 10-minute from Tuas Second Link Checkpoint. Besides that, it is only a few minutes away from Legoland Malaysia. Puteri Harbour Family Theme Park is indoor theme park and home to beloved Sanrio Hello Kitty Town which is located in Nusajaya.

You’ll have several transport options to choose including ferry service from Indonesia, private taxi, Causeway Link bus service, flight and privately hired MPV car transfer.

What to do in Sanrio Hello Kitty Town ?

Puteri Harbour Family Theme Park is a massive four story theme park that’s completely indoors. The park is dividing into sections consisting of The Little Big Club, Sanrio Hello Kitty town as well as a story book themed restaurant called LAT’s Place. After riding the escalators to meet the beloved Japanese cartoon character, you and your family will have a multitude of options to explore.
Black Wonder is an epic adventure where kids can help Hello Kitty and Dear Daniel discovers who has been kidnapped. After solving the mystery, visit the Kitty House where theme park guides help visitors to complete various tasks in six different sections of the home including living room, kitty’s bedroom, the kitchen, bathroom, secret closet and Mimmy’s room.

After interacting sit back and enjoy a live show featuring Hello Kitty and friends at the Purrfect Stage. After that, turn your memories into souvenirs with a photo at the Dream Photo Garden or head over to Friendship Land where you’ll be able to enjoy different activities like creating your very own unique Hello Kitty trinket or gift. To get fully immersed dress up as your favourite character and star in your own photo shoot at Wishful Studio. To burn off some energy take a ride on the life sized tea cups to get truly interactive. Also be sure to stop by both Cinnamoroll and Red Bow Cafe to enjoy a variety of delicious themed drinks and pastries.

For those only visiting the theme park for the iconic Japanese character, don’t worry about paying for the whole park. Tickets are available for select areas as well as a full park experience. If you have MyKad you’ll benefit with an additional 20% savings off normal pricing.

Where is Puteri Harbour located ?

Puteri Harbour is about 2-hours from Changi International Airport, 30-minute from Johor Senai Airport and 20-minute from Tuas Second Link Checkpoint. It is also within a 15 minutes drive to the nearest theme park Legoland Malaysia, or places of interest such as Sunway Big Box, Hard Rock Cafe and if you fancy outdoor activities then you can check out RUB Karting – GoKart or X Park Sunway Iskandar.

With its accessible location, you can self-drive, hire a private taxi service to take you directly from Singapore to Puteri Harbour, or travel by bus or KTM Tebrau Shuttle to Johor Bahru and make your way there in a local Johor Bahru taxi service.

What to do in Puteri Harbour ?

There are many things you can do in the vicinity around Puteri Harbour, have a relaxing night stroll along the harbor is a must and so is visiting the musical fountain after enjoying a hearty meal at Hard Rock Cafe.

For the adrenaline filled outdoor person, you can always take a 10 minute ride to RUB Karting – GoKart or X Park Sunway Iskandar.

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