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By Bus/Car

There are two causeways that connect Singapore to Malaysia, which can be traversed by car, bus or train.

Taking the bus from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore is the most cost effective and convenient way of moving between the two cities. While you can still find some bargains for the quick flight between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, buses are far cheaper and eliminate the need to deal with airport hassle.

Buses between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore aren't the typical slow, rattling affairs found in other parts of Southeast Asia. A multitude of companies offer double-decker buses with lots of leg room to cater to business travelers who frequently move between the two cities. Some buses offer movies, work desks, and even have on-board Wi-Fi!

Rather than booking a bus through your accommodation or from a travel agent, you can avoid paying a commission by booking a ticket directly from the bus company. Many companies offer online booking, or you can purchase a ticket in person.

The bus from KL to Singapore typically takes between five to six hours, depending on traffic in the causeway and processing time at the border.

The price for getting from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore varies widely, based on the company and quality of bus. Double-decker coaches and VIP or "executive" buses tend to cost more. You'll find bus tickets ranging from RM35 to RM250. For exchange rates, read about the currency in Kuala Lumpur.

Book your bus from KL to Singapore at least one day in advance; book far ahead if traveling during busy holidays such as Hari Merdeka or around the end of Ramadan.

http://www.busonlineticket.com/ is an online portal for several bus companies that run between KL and Singapore.

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