Welcome to BusTravel Station where you decide on your pre-holiday journey! Helping you get between Singapore, Malaysia and beyond by bus since 2017.
What is BusTravel Station?
BusTravel Station is your one-stop integrated information portal and blog about what you can experience on your next bus journey. As somewhere you will sit for the next couple of hours, you want to make sure that you get as comfortable as possible since you’ll be stuck in a moving metal box to where you actually want to be.
And so that you would know what to pick before you actually purchase your ticket, I volunteer as tribute.
Can I book my bus tickets through you?
In a way, yes. BusTravel Station is my personal travel blog, but to maintain the site (it costs money to purchase this domain), you can use the attached agent links on my site to help defray the cost of maintaining this website.
Some possible booking methods for express buses in Singapore and Malaysia are:
- Individual bus company ticket counters
- Online from 12Go Asia
- Online from BusOnlineTicket
- Online from CatchThatBus
- Online from Easybook
How do I book tickets online?
- Click here for a step-by-step guide for 12Go Asia.
- Click here for a step-by-step guide for Easybook.
Can I use your photos for my own site, Facebook Page, etc.?
BusTravel Station claims all rights to pictures and information produced by BusTravel Station. Copying the pictures to public Facebook pages, websites, Wikipedia or any other mass-media platform without credit is strictly forbidden.
For media enquiries, please email to email@example.com.
For more frequently asked questions, click here.
Any discrepancies regarding the use of this site shall be interpreted under the laws of the Republic of Singapore. Legal actions, if any, relative to the use of BusTravel Station shall be held in the courts of the Republic of Singapore.
This site is compatible with mobile and tablet devices, but is best viewed on a desktop.
This site is a one-man show, not affiliated with any other companies, simply a travel blog. You may find some information here which was originally posted on RailTravel Station, the parent website.