How We Travelled from Singapore to Johor Bahru, Malaysia?

by - Sunday, February 05, 2017

I've been to Johor Bahru, Malaysia once with my cousins. But this time, I was with my sister and my mom. The same as last time, we just had a lunch there and travelled back to Singapore.

Without further ado, we travelled to Johor Malaysia on our 2nd day in Singapore (January 21, 2017). From our hotel, Southeast Asia Hotel, we walked going to Bugis MRT Station and travelled to Woodlands MRT Station. It took us an hour to get to Woodlands MRT Station

Bugis MRT (Blue Line) → Newton (Blue Line) → Newton (Red Line) → Woodlands (Red Line)

From Woodlands MRT Station, take a walk going to Woodlands Bus Terminal. Take the bus SMRT #950. Eazy Link Card are widely accepted on this transportation. The route of the SMRT #950 is Woodland Bus Terminal - JB Bus Terminal and vice versa. The trip costs SGD$ 1.43. 

This is not the right bus to go there. We just had some photo-ops.

After you reached the Singapore - Malaysia Border, there's a checkpoint. You have to get off the bus and present your passport to the immigration officers. The immigration officers will access your passport and (hopefully) stamp your passport to allow you to cross Malaysia. Taking photos inside the immigration counters are not allowed so we didn't have any photos on that area.

Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Hooray! We're now in Johor Bahru, Malaysia! 

After we passed by the Malaysian Immigration, we proceeded to Johor Bahru City Square Mall

After our lunch, we explored the mall and noticed that they were preparing for the upcoming Chinese New Year.

After exploring the mall, we transferred to another mall named Komtar JBCC. It is just beside Johor Bahru City Square Mall.

After that, we travelled back to Singapore and took again SMT Bus #950 to Woodlands Bus Terminal. Then took MRT from Woodlands Station to Bugis Station.

How about you? Have you experienced to travel from Singapore to Malaysia and vice versa? How was your experience?

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