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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #20 on: March 22, 2010, 05:31:09 PM »
pag from singapore ba to Malaysia, wala naman nang kelangang docs na ipakita there right?
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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #21 on: March 22, 2010, 06:16:46 PM »
argh..just found out na 1 am pala yung flight from malaysia to manila... so bale ang mangyayari parang overnight lang parents ko sa Malaysia (ako kasi nag aayos ng iti nila ng sg-malaysia). hmm ano kaya sulit puntahan dun na mag eenjoy yung parents ko? bukod sa petronas. And aside from aeroline and transtar ano pa ba ok na bus company? TIA:)

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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #22 on: March 22, 2010, 10:52:53 PM »
ito ang pinili namin kasi mura: Star Mart Express Air Asia Liner

SGD 20, sa Golden mile Complex ang bus stop and pick-up. Don't know if okay, nilagay lang namin sa IT namin. kasi papuntang KL, yung mura ang pinili namin, pabalik ng SG na lang kami mag-bobongga ng bus.
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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #23 on: March 22, 2010, 11:36:48 PM »
^ Kung wala naman kayong masyadong bitbit na gamit, the cheapest way to go to Malaysia is to use the commuter bus. May bus that crosses to Johor Bahru, and terminates at Larkin bus terminal. From Larkin, madami nang mga buses that go to KL. Ang maganda sa pagbili ng long distance bus ticket sa Malaysia is that it's half the price you'd pay sa Singapore.

ezonme: You need to bring your passport kasi they will stamp you out of Singapore and stamp you into Malaysia. You also need to bring your plane ticket, in case they ask for your return ticket back to the Philippines

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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #24 on: March 22, 2010, 11:40:42 PM »
^ thanks sis
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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #25 on: March 24, 2010, 09:43:01 PM »
hi! we're planning to go to malaysia & singapore... but i was thinking na papunta malaysia kami then sa singapore ang depart namin pabalik dito.. ask ko lang... pwede ba magdala ng mga luggage sa mga bus from malaysia  to singapore? like aeroline or transtar? may addtional charge ba?? malaki din kasi luggage namin kasi 3 person kami e...

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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #26 on: March 24, 2010, 11:55:26 PM »
ano mas ok to go to malaysia from singapore? bus? train or plane?

i checked jestar and air asia, sin-mal-sin would cost SGD50 inclusive of taxes na.

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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #27 on: March 25, 2010, 01:03:18 AM »
Nuggets: Puede magdala ng luggage sa mga bus plying the KL-Singapore route.

kirsten: Pinakamabilis yung plane, but malayo ang airport from the city center. Yung bus naman, 6 hours, but you can leave SG ng gabi, then morning nasa KL na kayo.

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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #28 on: March 25, 2010, 03:39:27 PM »
im thinking of exiting to malaysia then go back to singapore just the day before the date of my departure. (via tiger) Actually, more of the extension ang habol ko that's why I wanted to go to Malaysia. May nakagawa na ba nito at na extend? I will travel by bus (executive coach) hopefully ok ang lahat...
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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #29 on: March 26, 2010, 08:39:36 PM »
thanks neeners!! mabilis lang ba mahanap yung bus stop ng kl to sing? and san usually ang drop off  sa sng? first time kasi namin e... and self navigation pa... kasama ko kasi mom ko baka mag panic yun pag mahirap pala mag bus.. hassle ba o ok naman? ano yung best bus na na-try nyo?? yung walang delay kasi i read sa ibang site na yung ibang bus delay sobra.. and wala pang explain kung bakit.... ayaw ko kasi ma-experience yun....

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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #30 on: March 27, 2010, 05:35:03 AM »
nuggets: If you are going with your mom and gusto mo less hassle, I suggest you take the buses na direct na from SG to KL. I've tried Transtar going to KL and Aeroline going to SG. Both are okay naman. Yung delay probably sa Immigration. Baka kasi may mga na-delay na passenger sa immigration. The bus can't leave without them.

cecilydee: Oo, puede naman yan. Last November I went back to SG from Malaysia ng Nov 28, tapos yung departure date ko December 2. Thirty-day visa ang binigay sakin.

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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #31 on: March 27, 2010, 01:07:28 PM »
^Yes same airport pagdating ng SG. Magiiba lang ang terminal pero Changi pa din. I think ang AirAsia terminal 2.

Kung tipong you'll just go to a tourist spot to take a look and not explore then kaya pero kung gusto mong ienjoy medyo kulang talaga ang 4days.

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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #32 on: March 29, 2010, 09:02:22 AM »
thanks neeners! im here in KL na since Saturday morning and I used Aeroplane. Okay ang biyahe. Mahaba at nakatulog siguro ako ng 1 hour after eating hehe. Pero smooth naman. Parang pinahabang NLEX na puro palm tree makikita sa daan instead of mga palayan hehe.

The only weird thing that happened is the Immigration(SG) to Imigrasen(MY) transfer kasi no idea ako on where to go. Sa SG immigration, katawa pag exit ko kasi nasa pang local citizen counter ata ako haha dapat sa Manual, then I forgot to surrender my embarkation. Buti nalang mabait si IO. Sa MY imigrasen, ok naman walang hassle. I think sa Johor yun...(?) but my bus stop is in KL kaya more than 4 hours ata biyahe from there. My best advise is not to look innocent and go with the flow lang, wag ma praning kasi it works. May stop over din ng 20mins and pansin mo na MY kana dahil maraming naka "belo" na girls..(dont know the term)

Halos Petronas at Suria lang ang pinuntahan ko lol. Lalayo kasi ng mga lugar dito puro roads.

Pabalik na ako today sa SG sana smooth din lalo na gabi na ako makakarating sa SG.

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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #33 on: March 29, 2010, 03:37:19 PM »
We always go to SG from KL via Star Mart kasi nga mas accessible sa amin ang Times Square at comfortable ang bus, malinis siya.  kakatuwa nga kasi on out first time sa SG, super commute lang kami ni hubby.  Madali lang naman at di ka maliligat.  Nong 2nd time, that was the other week, nag-Sentosa naman kami. 3 days 2 night lang naman kami lage don kasi we have work ng Monday.
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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #34 on: March 29, 2010, 08:47:23 PM »
^really? starmart din pinili namin ni HTB. sana maging okay ang byahe namin. byahe galore kami, and sana enjoy. Ito IT namin

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(1) Pagdating namin, diretso agad sa Petronas.

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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #35 on: March 30, 2010, 12:17:16 PM »
Hi! We'll be going to KL from SG next month via Air Asia. I just want to know what fees, if there's any, we'll be paying sa Changi Airport, and also the fees we'll be paying sa LCCT in going back to SG.  :)

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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #36 on: March 30, 2010, 10:17:38 PM »
Hi Sis! We'll be in SG on July. 5 days 4 nights kami. We're going to KL on our 2nd day. Mas ok ba mag bus than plane? Nag mock booking ako sa air asia and jetstar almost 2500 pesos lang rt/person kaya lang sabi nung iba malayo daw yung airport ng KL to the city, is that true??? pag bus naman parang ang tagal ng 6 hours travel eh.. sayang naman yung time dba? What can you suggest??? TIA!!

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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #37 on: March 31, 2010, 01:37:50 AM »
^ It depends naman eh. Kung mas mura ang plane fare, then by all means fly to KL nalang from SG. Mga 1 hour away yung airport from the city center. The quickest way from the KL airport to the city is via the KLIA Express, which cuts the travel time to 28 minutes. Pero it's from the KLIA, not the LCCT.

Kung mag bus kayo, you can leave late in the evening, so di masyadong sayang ang 6 hours.

sparklez: Wala nang babayaran sa Changi Airport, kasi yung airport tax kasama na sa plane fare :)


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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #38 on: April 01, 2010, 12:28:06 AM »
^ I see. Thanks, neeners! :)

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Re: Singapore to Malaysia
« Reply #39 on: April 01, 2010, 11:22:34 AM »
lahat kayo ng bus, or nag airplane...kami nun nag-train...kaso 8hrs ang biyahe...around Php300 lang ang pamasahe...pero marami rin sumasakay...karamihan mga europeans...

 

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