Transport To Malaysia From Singapore

About Malaysia

Divided by water into two federal territories, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, Malaysia is an exotic and wonderful country to explore in South East Asia. You can travel by train, bus, or car from Singapore which is about 514 kilometers away. Traveling by car this will take about 7 hours. Traveling by train is always a fun option to be able to sit back and relax, it’s fairly cheap as well. If you are looking for a more scenic option of travel, traveling by bus is also an option. Alternatively you can go with a private taxi service with an experienced driver who can point out landmarks and interesting sights as you pass by them.

Why Should Malaysia Be Your Next Vacation Spot?

Full of diversity and culture, Malaysia offers an incredibly festive atmosphere to travellers and tourists alike. With the fastest growing economy in Asia, it’s a place to watch and get involved in. You’ll find people from all parts of the globe, making it a true melting pot of ethnicity and background. With this mix of people from all walks of life you notice a common goal toward peace and prosperity.

While in Malaysia there are many places to visit and explore. The Petronas Tower is one of the tallest buildings in the entire world as is an astonishing sight. You can also explore the many white sandy beaches which are known throughout the world and make Malaysia a tropical paradise. If you feel more social visit one of the resorts such as the one in Pulau. However if the excitement of larger crowds isn’t for you, you can find a quiet place alone on the Sipadan Islands.

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Food You Simply Must Try While Visiting Malaysia

One of the best parts about visiting different countries is the ability to try new and exotic food. Part of your trip in Malaysia really has to include time to taste all the different delicacies offered in the area.

  • Apam Balik

While out and about and needing a small snack try Apam Balik which is a soft pancake filled with sugared peanuts, and creamed corn. This is an easy to find street food all over Malaysia.

  • Mee Goreng Mamak

If you choose to dine out for a meal, keep your eyes out for some classic Malaysian dishes such as Mee Goreng Mamak which is a traditional Muslim dish of Asian fried noodles.

  • Nasi Kerabu

Nasi Kerabu is a blue colour rice dish often served with fish and is popular among locals.

  • Nasi Lemak

Another rice dish is Nasi Lemak where the rice is cooked in coconut milk and is the star of the meal and is known as the unofficial meal of the country.

  • Ayam Percik

If you’d like something spicy, try Ayam Percik, garlic and ginger sauce with layers of coconut milk mixed through, a wonderful chicken barbecue with spicy chillies.

Transport Service From Singapore To Malaysia

TransporttoJB.com want you to be able to get the full experience out of visiting Malaysia and really experience all the country has to offer. With so much to do and explore this can be challenging and no matter how long your stay you can’t possibly see it all! Fit more into your schedule by letting us take care of the hassle of traffic. Avoid long lines, extended bus routes, and the inevitability of getting lost in an area you don’t know well. Take the stress out of traveling through Malaysia with a private taxi. We pride ourselves on our professional and experienced service. Unlike the bus you won’t have to transfer when crossing the border as we providing a single ride the whole way. Our drivers are also available to assist you in finding any suitable food, hotel or entertainment accommodations you may need. This means you won’t have to move heavy luggage repeatedly or go through a long line for immigration. You can book online now anytime, 24/7, we look forward to hearing from you soon!