Reputable and Singapore & Malaysia’s largest bust ticking book portal, Easybook.com has clearly stated recently that there is no increase in bus fares for buses run from Singapore to Malaysia.
Singapore, SG -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/21/2014 -- A large number of people travels from Singapore to Malaysia on regular basis, and therefore, news about increase in bus fare is indeed a subject to worry. But, Singapore and Malaysia’s largest bus ticket booking website, Easybook.com has recently declared that there is no increase in bus fare for buses from Singapore to Malaysia.
Actually, the second round of causeway toll hikes has made the travel expensive. According to revised prices, private cars have to pay $6.50 when they leave and re-enter Singapore, coupled with the RM16.50 (S$6.40) toll to Malaysian side. So, traveler would end up paying about $13 for a round trip or about $260 per month, which is really upsetting. As the toll charges have increased, apparently people were expecting increase in bus fare. Fortunately, Easybook.com has denied from any such price hike recently.
“There is no increase in bus fare for buses from Singapore to Malaysia as most of our express bus are using Singapore-Malaysia 2nd link. Price hike in toll charges will affect only factory buses, lorries, Singapore-Johor shuttle buses that use causeway link. So, there is no need to worry for our customers. They will travel on the same price, and with same comfort, luxury as well”, said Easybook.com official.
Malaysia-Singapore Second Link is a bridge connecting Singapore and Johor, Malaysia. The bridge plays a big part in reducing the traffic congestion at the Johor-Singapore Causeway. Usually, traveling along the second link is faster than traveling on the Causeway as the traffic is smooth in both directions. Toll charges of second link is lower than Johor-Singapore Causeway, which is 1,056 meter causeway that connects the city of Johor Bahru in Malaysia across the Straits of Johor to the town of Woodlands in Singapore.
Easybook.com provides luxurious coaches and express business to handle all types of bus transportation requirements. The bus ticket booking portal is partnered with many bus operators such as Golden Coach Express Service, Konsortium, Transnasional, Sri Maju, Nice and Starmart Express provides daily bus services from Golden Mile Complex, Kovan Hub, Boon Lay Shopping Centre, The Plaza Beach Road & Golden Mile Tower to the terminals and stops in Kuala Lumpur.
As most of EasyBook’s express buses operate via second link, there will be no increase in bus fare from Singapore to Malaysia.
Easybook.com is premier provider of online bus ticket booking services from Singapore to and fro Malaysia, within Peninsular Malaysia, East Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia. The company provides over 7500 bus departures per day to all destinations in Singapore, Malaysia.
To learn more about the company, visit- www.easybook.com
Website URL : http://www.easybook.com
Contact info : William Lee
EASIBOOK.COM PTE LTD
Address : 1 North Bridge Road #02-17, High Street Centre, Singapore 179094
Phone : +65 6333 1948, +6010-39-666-88
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