The Johor Larkin Bus Terminal is a built up complex in the city of Larkin. It is situated very close to Johor and its City Center. This is a central pickup point for much of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore. This is the largest terminal of its kind in Johor Bahru. The Johor Larkin Bus Terminal receives passengers via taxi, express bus and also serves the Singapore Bus Service Transit and the Causeway Link. The best way to get to the Johor Larkin Bus Terminal is by express bus or taxi. The Johor Larkin Bus Terminal is a three-level complex that has bays to support 50 busses.
Few of the popular bus routes departing from Johor Bahru Larkin bus terminal are Johor Bahru to KL, Johor Bahru to Melaka, Johor Bahru to Mersing, Johor Bahru to Batu Pahat, Johor Bahru to Seremban etc
One the first level of the Johor Larkin Bus Terminal is where food amenities including McDonald’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Dunkin Donuts, and Pizza Hut can be found, all of which are open 24 hours. Shopping is on this level, as are six ATM machines. Other amenities include a lost-luggage center, a travel agency, a pharmacy, restrooms, and an information counter. On the second level there is an enormous shopping open market and the third level offers a food court and a mosque. On the first and second levels, there are full-service beauty shops.
How do get to Larkin Bus Terminal?
To get there, the best way are by taxi and city buses.
a) Bus from Singapore:
Take SBS 170 from Queen Street Terminal (nearby Bugis MRT) to Larkin Bus Terminal
(Not advisable because of long routing in Singapore before coming to Singapore Custom)
Take Singapore Johor Express from Queen Street Terminal (nearby Bugis MRT) to Larkin Bus Terminal
(This is express coach direct from Queen Street Terminal to Singapore Custom)
Take SBS 170 from Kranji MRT to Larkin Bus Terminal
Take Causeway Link CW1 or CW2 to Larkin Bus Terminal
b) Bus from Johor area:
Take local city bus. One of the recommended service provider is Causeway Link. Please check Causeway Link for route and fare details
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Passengers are able to catch a new bus when the conductor stops off at the immigration checkpoints in Malaysia and Singapore. During these checks, passengers must get off the bus, and along with their baggage, clear customs before re-boarding the bus. Busses depart about every 15 minutes.
There are many taxi stands situated around the Johor Larkin Bus Terminal. Beware of taxi drivers who do not use meters to base fares from. These taxis generally charge the customer much more than a metered taxi would.
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