Friday, October 7, 2011

Get Pleasure from Bus from Singapore to Malacca

Those who are visiting Singapore want to visit and enjoy the sights of neighbouring places like KL, Malacca and others. Well......there is no scope for any problem for such visits as there are a lot of means of transportation between these places. You can enjoy your visit more if you take a bus to travel. These cities are very well-connected by road, by train and also by air. With so many options to travel from one city to another it becomes confusing to choose the best possible method of going from one city to another.

You will realize that though there are so many methods of travelling, but one very common method of travelling from Singapore to Malacca is by bus. The bus service between these two cities is excellent. You can get many types of bus service. If you want an ordinary bus you can get an ordinary bus, but if you want to get top of the class luxury bus you can get that as well. The choice is yours.

The bus stops at certain places in between the two cities. You can use the restrooms here and also have meal at the rest places. They serve tasty tempting meal to the passengers. You can take a bus that boards only 27 passengers. These buses are luxury coaches and have all the facilities that you can think of. They have laptop charging points and provide meal in between the travel time. There is a steward on board the bus who helps the passengers and looks after them. The seats are reclining and are very comfortable. You can easily sleep off you want to.

As the bus from Singapore to Malacca travels from one city to other you will realize that the view is awesome. You will be truly mesmerized with the view offered by the bus window; you won’t even realize how the time will pass. It is a very relaxing journey that can be undertaken at any times of the day as the bust generally is at the interval of almost every hour.

Once you have travelled by bus Singapore to KL you won’t choose any other mode of transport.

1 comment:

Dreamer said...

We took Delima Express from Malacca to Singapore. The journey was terrible. When we reached the boarder and we cleared passport control (30mins approx) the bus had left. The next Delima bus more than an hour after broke down and there was no communication. Took more than two hours to get us on another bus to reach a different destination. Never again.