How To Go To JB From Singapore
Things To Do In Johor Bahru
Johor Bahru (aslo know as JB) is connected with Singapore via 2 cross-border bridge namely Tuas Second Link and Woodlands Causeway. Because of the economy and currency different, a lot of people from JB travelling to Singapore for work everyday. Both cross-border bridge may have heavily traffic jams during peak period in the morning and late evening. Besides that, Johor Bahru also connect with two international airport which are Senai International Airport (Johor) and Changi International Airport (Singapore).
If you travel to Singapore, don’t missed the opportunity to travel to Johor, Malaysia also. This is because JB also has many attractive places to travel such as theme parks, eco parks and big shopping mall. Besides that, if you looking for a more adventure and challenge activities, you can go for hiking during weekend or public holiday as there are 7 captivating mountains in Johor. If you are diving lovers or snorkeling lovers, go for awesome islands off Mersing which is located not too far from Singapore.
Feeling hot during summer, beat the extremely hot summer by taking a dip into Kota Tinggi Waterfall in Johor. The waterfalls is about 55km from Singapore Woodlands Checkpoint and is only 1 hour drive away. There are so many places you can visit with your family or business trip. Therefore, when you visiting Singapore, keep your chance to travel to amazing place, Johor.
Transportation To Johor Bahru (JB) From Singapore
As a popular tourist destination, there are many way to go to JB from Singapore. Before you choose the transportation, there are 2 important things you need to consider: your comfort and your safety. All other factors are secondary to these two because there can be no fun when you are uncomfortable while travelling. About safety – of course, nobody who travels overseas would want to risk their safety.
1. By Bus – this is the cheapest of all options. You can take the SBS Bus no 170 which will take you JB for less than $2 per head. There is another one, i.e. the Singapore-JB Express which will charge you $1-2 more, and it will take a wee bit faster. Note that the buses are not air conditioned. The downside here is that you may need to wait in queue – hence, you will need to make time allowance for that. Also, there is scope for many delays at the border when all passengers will be checked for their travel documents.
2. By Taxi – this is definitely a little better than travel by bus. The taxi will charge about $10 per person – but the price is not fixed and it normally assumes that there would be 4 adults per taxi. This is a better way to travel, you will reach okay and the price tag is not that much. However, the downside here is that there is no saying about the return journey. There are not too many taxis that are willing to come back from JB to Singapore.
It is definitely low cost, but it can also be a frustrated experience if things do not fall right. The best is to book a MPV taxi with us and forget about everything else but having fun.
3. By MPV Taxi – your best choice of transportation between Singapore and Johor as it is affordable, comfort, fully-air-conditioning vehicles, extra legroom and luggage space. Johor become the top tourist destination in Malaysia. It is about 45 km away from Singapore and it would take about 40-minute drive. Book your taxi online today to enjoy the hassle free trip and memorable journey.