First Coach Bus Review | How to go to Singapore from Malaysia

Another chapter of my life has begun, I am now in Singapore! Today’s topic is “How to go to Singapore from Malaysia”. Do you know First Coach? It is a company that provides bus to Singapore (The Plaza, Novena, and West Coast Plaza) from Kuala Lumpur (Bangsar, Bandar Utama and Subang Parade) daily. The price is very reasonable. Adult fare is RM 55 from Malaysia to Singapore and RM 85 from Singapore to Malaysia.

First Coach Bus Tickets

First Coach Bus Review

First Coach Bus is equipped with 27 customized-design seats to ensure that all passengers will enjoy the utmost comfort throughout the entire journey. The seats are very comfortable and the space is sufficient for each individual.

First Coach Bus

A bottle of mineral water, a snack and a plastic bag will be given to each passenger. In addition to their traveling pleasure, each seat is specially equipped with a personal entertainment system which brings you the latest movies, TV shows and music videos. However, they do not provide headphones, so remember to bring your own.

How to go to Singapore from Malaysia

First Coach Bus Ticket Counter

The bus took off from Subang Parade this morning at 10.45 am sharp, very punctual. It took about 5 hours to reach the Malaysia Immigration. Just get down the bus, no need to take your luggage, hand your passport to the Immigration Officer, and go back to the bus. Next, after about a 10-minute drive, you will reach the Singapore Immigration. At there, you need to take your luggage and queue for immigration clearance. There were a lot of tourists and we spent about an hour queuing and waiting there.

The Plaza Singapore

We arrived at The Plaza Singapore around 5.30 pm. The whole journey was about 7 hours and it was quite relaxing. Not tiring as my Koh Samui trip as we did not shuttling here and there. We just had to get up and down the bus for immigration clearance.

Nicoll Highway MRT Station

The Plaza is close to Nicoll Highway MRT (CC5), Bugis MRT (EW12) and Promenade MRT (CC4). A lady told us that the nearest MRT station was the Nicoll Highway MRT Station, about a 10-minute walk. We followed the way she showed and got to the train station easily.

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