Singapore to Johor Premium Outlets (JPO)
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|Arrival||Johor Premium Outlets (JPO)|
|Rate||SG$100 (direct from Singapore)|
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If you are planning to visit Singapore and the surrounding areas, you’ll be pleased to know that getting from Singapore to the lively and engaging city of Johor Bahru is now easier than ever.
There is a wide range of transport options. You could take an MPV taxi, a public bus, a charter coach, a hire car, or a standard taxi.
Either way, you’re guaranteed to have a safe and secure journey from Singapore to the Johor Premium Outlet (JPO).
Keep reading to find out more about the transport options listed below.
How to Go to Johor Premium Outlets (JPO) from Singapore
Option 1: Private Car from Singapore to Johor Premium Outlets
This mode of transportation is very popular with tourists because it provides an extremely comfortable ride. You can’t get this level of comfort and security with a public bus or a standard taxi service.
a.) One of the biggest benefits is that passengers don’t have to leave the vehicle when it stops at Singapore – Malaysia Checkpoints for immigration clearances or inspections. All you have to do is give the driver your identification (passport) and he’ll handle the rest.
b.) The private car or private taxi can pick you up from your house, from Singapore Changi International Airport, from a hotel or any point in Singapore. This means that you can save yourself a lot of time and trouble. We all know that getting to the airport can be a chore, so why not make it easier?
c.) Plus, the private taxi is a great choice for those with young children or elderly family members who really do need all the comfort that they can get. It is also suitable for group bookings. These vehicles are spacious and can accommodate small to large sized groups.
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SGMYTAXI offers 3 types of MPV taxi services. They are the Toyota Innova (7-seaters), Toyota Alphard (7-seaters) and Hyundai Starex (10-seaters). The type that you need will depend on the number of passengers and luggage.
It costs just SGD $110 (include toll fee/checkpoint entry fee) to book a private 7-seaters MPV taxi that will take you from Singapore to Johor Premium Outlets (JPO). The option is a comfortable one, even if you have a lot of baggage and people in the back.
There will still be plenty of space to stretch out in as you make the long trip to Johor.
Travel Time from Singapore to Johor Premium Outlets (JPO)
Depending on traffic conditions, the typical journey from Singapore to Johor Premium Outlets (JPO) can take between 1.5 to 2 hours.
Option 2: Public Bus from Singapore to Johor Premium Outlets
If you are on a budget or just don’t want to spend a lot of cash on a private taxi or people travelling below 4 persons, you might want to consider catching the public bus. It is not as fast as a private taxi, but it is still fairly efficient and it will get you where you need to be.
The major downside is that, when travelling across borders and checkpoints, the journey will be disrupted for inspections. You will be expected to get off from the public bus twice and queue in very long lines (during peak period) for immigration clearance.
Besides that, you’ll also be asked to bring any bags that you have with you, when you get on and off the public bus. Moreover, you may need to spend 30 minutes to 2 hours to get your passport stamp but depend on the number of people across the Singapore-Malaysia border of the day.
However, if you don’t mind this small disruption, the public bus is a great option. It is cheap and practical. There are two main bus routes that you could take.
Bus Route 1: Bus from Singapore to Johor Premium Outlets via Woodlands Causeway
Step 1: Bus From Singapore To JB CIQ – Bus CW1, CW2, CW5, 160, 170, 170X, 950, TS1, TS8, SJE
It is the most popular bus route from Singapore to JPO. There are lots of buses running along this route. So, you shouldn’t have any trouble catching the bus. You need to catch bus no. from any of the following:
- CW1(from Kranji MRT Station),
- CW2 (from Queen Street Terminal),
- CW5 (from Newton Circus),
- 160 (from Jurong East Interchange),
- 170 (from Queen Street Terminal),
- 170X (from Kranji MRT Station),
- 950 (from Woodlands Temporary Bus Interchange),
- TS1 (from Singapore Changi Airport),
- TS8 (from Resort World Sentosa),
- SJE (from Queen Street)
Singapore to JB Sentral via Woodlands Causeway Bus Times and Schedules
The CW1 starts at 4:30am and ends at 11:30pm. It arrives every 15-30 minutes.
The CW2 starts at 6:00am and ends at 11:45pm. It arrives every 15-30 minutes.
The CW5 starts at 6:00am and ends at 11:30pm. It arrives every 15-30 minutes.
The 160 starts at 5:30am and ends at 12:00am. It arrives every 8-17 minutes.
The 170 starts at 5:20am and ends at 12:10am. It arrives every 11-16 minutes.
The 170X starts at 5:36am and ends at 11:30pm (on Saturdays until 12:00am). It arrives every 5-13 minutes.
The 950 starts at 5:30am and ends at 11:30pm. It arrives every 9-14 minutes.
The TS1 starts at 8:15am and ends at 11:15pm. It arrives every 1 hour.
The TS8 starts at 9:00am and ends at 12:15am. It arrives every 1 hour.
The SJE starts at 6:30am and ends at 10:30pm. It arrives every 15-30 minutes.
Tips, Tricks, Feedback
One thing to remember is your ticket, especially when you get on and off for checks and inspections. If you can’t produce your ticket every time that you get back on the vehicle, you may be denied entry or asked to pay again. There are two checkpoint stops along this route.
Step 2: Bus from JB CIQ to Johor Premium Outlets (JPO) – Bus JPO1
Once you have passed the second checkpoint and alighted at JB Sentral, you need to head to the train station. Here, you’ll find the JPO1 bus. This is the second bus on this route and you’ll need to buy a separate ticket for it. It will take you directly to the Johor Premium Outlet. This is the eleventh (and final) stop, so it is hard to miss.
The JPO1 starts at 9.00am and ends at 9.00pm. The bus schedule from JB Sentral to JPO is 9:00am, 11:00am, 1:30pm, 4:00pm, 6:30pm and 9:00pm. It costs RM4.50 for ticket.
Tips, Tricks, Feedback
The JPO1 arrives only once every 2 to 2.5 hours, so it is essential that you plan this trip carefully, particularly if you want to avoid lengthy waiting times.
Bus Route 2: Bus from Singapore to Johor Premium Outlets via Tuas Second Link
Alternatively, you could take bus from Singapore to JPO via Tuas Second Link. It is a good option for some, but do remember that it is less well travelled than the other route. This means that there aren’t as many buses and they can take longer to arrive.
Step 1: Bus from Singapore to Gelang Patah CIQ 2nd Link Complex – Bus CW3 & CW4
From Singapore Central, you need to head to the Jurong East Bus Interchange. This is right next door to MRT rail station. Find and board either the CW3 or CW4 bus to the Tuas checkpoint. Once again, you’ll be expected to get off twice from the bus and complete an identification check when you get there.
Singapore to Tuas Checkpoint Bus Times and Schedules
The CW3 starts at 7:10am (weekends from 7:30am) and ends at 11:45pm. It arrives every10-30 minutes.
The CW4 starts at 7:30am and ends at 7:20pm. It arrives every 30 minutes.
Step 2: Bus from Gelang Patah CIQ 2nd Link Complex to Johor Premium Outlets (JPO) – Bus JPO2
Once you’ve passed the Second Link Checkpoint, you’ll be set down at Johor CIQ 2nd link. After this, buy a ticket for the JPO2 bus. It costs a round RM6. This will take you directly to the JPO. Interestingly, while this route can be a little fussy, from time to time, many tourists consider it to be the most comfortable and enjoyable.
The bus schedule from CIQ 2nd Link Complex to JPO is 8:30am, 11:30am, 2:30pm, and 5:30pm.
Tips, Tricks, Feedback
The JPO2 bus starts at 8.30am and ends at 5.30pm. It arrives every 3 hours, so plan your trip carefully. Otherwise, you have to wait a long time for the next bus to coming to fetch you to JPO.
Option 3: Public Taxi from Singapore to Johor Premium Outlets (JPO)
It is important to point out that only authorised taxi cabs are allowed to take passengers into Malaysia. They must have a special license to be able to do this. So, when planning your journey, make sure that you are aware of the difference and know how to catch a special cab.
You will find the authorised taxis at Ban San Street Taxi Terminal. It is located next door to the Queen Street Bus Terminal. Here, the Singapore and Malaysian Taxis are docked and they can take you to JPO. They are happy to make stop offs and add extra destinations, but there will be additional charges.
Once again, one of the advantages of using a taxi, over a public bus, is the fact that passengers don’t have to get out at Singapore and Malaysia Immigration and Checkpoint. You can just hand your passport to the driver and he’ll give it to the officials.
The cost of a public taxi from Singapore to JPO is around SGD$90. The maximum passengers allow per car is 4 people include 2 to 3 luggage.
The journey typically may take around 90 to 120 minutes, after the taxi departs from Ban San Street.
How to Go to Johor Premium Outlets (JPO) from Legoland Malaysia
If you want to visit JPO after have a half day fun at Legoland Malaysia, you can take shopping & leisure bus, JPO2. The bus route start from CIQ 2nd Link <> Legoland Malaysia <> Hello Kitty Town <> JPO <> Senai Airport.
The fare is RM6 (max) in either direction. It arrives every 3 hours. The bus arrives at Legoland Malaysia is 8:45am, 11.45am, 2:45pm and 5:45pm but may varies depend on traffic condition.
Therefore, make sure you arrive at the bus stop early and plan your trip well. Otherwise, you can take local taxi from Legoland Malaysia to JPO too.
Shopping Mall Near Johor Premium Outlets (JPO)
The nearest shopping mall near JPO is AEON Kulaijaya which is located 6.5km from JPO. It takes about 9 minute drives. It is great place for shopping lovers to buy their stuff at here.
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The shopping offers variety of products and retails service such as The Face Shop, Summit, Daiso and etc. Besides that, AEON Kulaijaya also provide TGV Cinema and variety of restaurants for you to dine in. The shopping mall is less crowded if comparing to other shopping malls in Johor Bahru.
Airport Near Johor Premium Outlets (JPO)
The nearest airport to JPO is Senai International Airport which is located 8km from JPO. The journey from JPO to the airport is approximately 9 minute drives. The airport serves both local and international destination.
Free WIFI is available at Senai International Airport for 30 minutes. Besides that, many services and facilities are available too such as currency exchange, car rentals service, ATMs, cash machine, prayer rooms, information desk, food & drink outlets and etc.
Johor Premium Outlet Review
The Johor Premium Outlets mall is a Genting-Simon property that features dozens of stores that provide products that are 20-60% off of their original prices, depending on where you go or what you are interested in buying.
Several big names in the world of designer fashions have products for sale at this outlet mall. The center has individual stores for such brand names and companies like Adidas, Armani, Brooks Brothers, DKNY, Guess, Coach, Polo Ralph Lauren, Roxy, Versace and Victoria’s Secret. You can find these on a mall direction map when you get there.
There are shoe stores such as Clarks, Geox, Skechers and Vincci at this mall. There are a few luxury leather shops in the area including Coach, Fossil, Tumi and Samsonite factory outlet shops. You can also find accessories and jewelry from Tomei and the Swiss Watch Gallery while you are here.
You can enjoy a good meal from any restaurant here while you are shopping at the Johor Premium Outlets. The mall has Absolute Thai, Baskin-Robbins, Kampachi, Taang Shifu and Starbucks. These are all open during regular business hours.
A plan to go from Singapore to Johor Premium Outlets can entail a travel plan from E2 from the northern central part of the city after covering a fare to get through the bridge. In fact, you can get into the area very quickly when you travel into town from Singapore or even from Kuala Lumpur.
The mall is located in a nice spot that is not too crowded and has plenty of outdoor spaces for your shopping desires. If you’re looking for products for sale while in Johor, then this is a quality place to shop at. It’s especially affordable compared to other Malaysian shopping spaces because of the discounts offered here.
Water Park Near To Johor Premium Outlets
This place is also not too far from some other destination spots in southern Malaysia. It is about half an hour’s drive to Legoland Malaysia, thus creating a good day and night travel opportunity. It’s also near the Hello Kitty Theme Park. The mall is open until ten at night all year long.
If you want to travel somewhere in Malaysia for shopping then you should take a look at the Johor Premium Outlets. This is a popular place to shop at, thanks to the substantial sales that you can find here. You can especially get here through our convenient car hire service no matter where you are in Singapore.
Taxi Services From Singapore to Johor Premium Outlets
We can provide you with an 7 seater MPV car hire service from Singapore to JB or to Johor Premiums Outlets. You can depart from any place in Singapore and then get to the Johor Premium Outlets or any other places in Johor in a Toyota Innova or an Alphard.
It only costs SG$100 to get into the area directly from Singapore, but the rate will vary depending on the vehicle you choose and if you need airport and/or wheelchair transfer.
Either way, it is an affordable deal that will provide you with a simple solution for travel. Book your taxi now!