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Take a Bus Ride with Perak Roadways Berhad

New bus operator in Easybook- Perak Roadways Bhd Perak Roadways Bhd offers daily bus route from Ipoh Amanjaya to Gerik, Lenggong and Kompleks Imigrasen Bukit Berapit (Pengkalan Hulu) and also its return routes. Besides, it also offers bus services depart from Ipoh (Perak Roadways Bus Station) to Gerik, Lenggong and Kompleks Imigrasen Bukit Berapit (Pengkalan Hulu) and its return route. The bus fare from Ipoh Amanjaya or Ipoh (Perak Roadways Bus Station) to Kompleks Imigrasen Bukit Berapit (Pengkalan Hulu) is RM 19 per person while the bus fare from from Ipoh Amanjaya or Ipoh (Perak Roadways Bus Station) to Lenggong
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Take a Bus Ride with Pinggo Pinggo Jo Enterprise in Sabah

New bus operator at Easybook – Pinggo Pinggo Jo Enterprise Pinggo Pinggo Jo Enterprise offers daily minibus ride within Sabah. It offers bus services from Terminal Bas Kota Marudu to Terminal Bas Bandaran (Kota Kinabalu). Besides, it also offers the return route. The one way bus ticket price is RM 25 per person. Book Pinggo Pinggo Jo Enterprise bus ticket now from Easybook.com
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Travel from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore with Sri Maju Group

Discover Kuala Lumpur, a contemporary and charming symbol city of Malaysia today! Bus fare from Singapore starts from as low as SGD 15 only! Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia. It has an uncanny way to delight its visitors such as the friendly people, choices of delicious food, and many of the symbolic landmarks which worth your visit such as Petronas Towers, Menara Kuala Lumpur and Thean Hou Temple. Sri Maju Group is one of the largest bus operators in Malaysia offers the bus route from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur. The pick-up location is Golden Mile Complex while
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Travel from Singapore to Malacca with Sri Maju

Discover Malacca, one of the famous and charming quaint cities in Malaysia today from Singapore. Take the chance to explore the breath-taking sights in Malacca city such as visit to the famous Jonker Walk Night Market, Baba & Nyoya Heritage Museum, and visit to the most symbolic landmarks such as Stadthuys, and St Paul’s Church today. Besides, hunt for local delicious food is a must do when you are in Malacca. Sri Maju Group is one of the largest bus operators in Malaysia offers the bus route from Singapore to Malacca. The bus fare is starting from as low as
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Bus from Singapore to Mersing and Tanjung Gemok Jetty

KKKL Express launches new routes from Singapore to Mersing Jetty and Tanjung Gemok Jetty. Both of the jetties are the gateway to Tioman Island. In addition, KKKL Express also offers the return route to Singapore. KKKL offers daily departure to Mersing Jetty and Tanjung Gemok Jetty except Wednesday. The pick-up points at Singapore are Textile Centre (bus departs at 6.15am) and Bugis MRT (bus departs at 6.30am) The bus ticket price from Singapore to Mersing Jetty/ Tanjung Gemok Jetty starts from SGD 30 while the bus ticket price from Mersing Jetty/ Tanjung Gemok Jetty to Singapore starts from SGD 25.
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Travel to Kuala Lumpur from Hatyai with Hatyai Inter Top Tour

Great News! Hatyai Inter Top Tour bus ticket is now available at Easybook. Hatyai Inter Top Tour now launches bus routes from Hatyai Thailand to Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Kepong, Klang and Shah Alam Terminal. The bus ticket price range travel from Hatyai to Kuala Lumpur or Selangor is between RM 50 –RM 70. Book your bus ticket now at Easybook.com
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Yellowstar Coach Travel offers bus routes from Johor Bahru

New bus operator in Easybook- Yellowstar Coach Travel. Yellowstar Coach Travel offers daily bus routes from Johor Bahru Larkin Terminal / Tun Aminah to Seremban, Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Kulim Kedah, Sungai Nibong, Butterworth, Simpang Taiping, Sungai Siput, Ipoh Amanjaya, Bidor, Tapah, Gopeng, Bercham, Chemor, Kuala Kangsar, Kampar, Klang and Shah Alam Terminal. The buses offer by Yellowstar Coach Travel are mainly 27 seaters or 30 seaters single deck with spacious and comfortable passenger seats. Book Yellowstar Coach Bus Tickets now at Easybook.com
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Travel to Taman Negara (Pahang) with Ivy Holidays

Travel now to Taman Negara (National Park) and explore the wonders of nature. Ivy Holidays provides daily bus route from Kompleks Selangor (Kuala Lumpur) to Kuala Tahan, Taman Negara (Pahang) and its return route. The bus ticket price from Kompleks Selangor to Kuala Tahan is RM 95 per person. The ticket includes a van ride from Kompleks Selangor to Kuala Tembeling Jetty follow by a boat transfer to Kuala Tahan. Book bus ticket to Taman Negara now at Easybook.com
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BUS TO KUALA LUMPUR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT KLIA/KLIA2

Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is the iconic Malaysia International Airport located at Sepang. There are two airports which is KLIA and KLIA 2 which is rather confusing for travelers. As a rule of thumb, all Malaysian Airline Flight (MAS) and other international carriers depart and arrive at KLIA, while KLIA 2 is for Air Asia Flight (AK) and other budget airlines. Both Airports are located next to each other which are easily accessible by many buses from KL to KLIA and KLIA2. Getting on a bus from KL to KLIA1 or KLIA 2 is very easy as there are
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Famous attractions in Malaysia

Malaysia provides the tourists with great attractions and experiences. In the peninsular Malaysia, one can get a blend of the Chinese, Malay and Indian tastes along with the modern capital of Kuala Lumpur. On the other hand, experiencing the Malaysian Borneo is like visiting the interesting jungles, tribes, peaks and orangutans of Malaysia. Altogether, Malaysia is a happy mix for its blend of luxury resorts, beautiful islands, colonial towns and tropical forests. Tourists from all over the world visit Malaysia and most of them are from the neighboring countries like Indonesia, India and Singapore. The British developed the Cameron Highlands
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