Thursday, July 07, 2011

Malaysia - Johor - JB Sentral and City Square

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Buses make one stop each at Singapore immigration checkpoint and at Malaysian immigration checkpoint. At both immigration points, you must disembark with all your luggage and pass through passport control and customs, then board the next bus by showing your ticket. So do not throw or lost your tickets when you board any buses in any bus terminals or bus stops in Singapore or Malaysia otherwise you have to pay a new fare to board the bus.

For those who wanted to go JB Sentral or City Square, do not board the bus again at the Malaysian Custom. After clearing the Malaysian custom where you have your passport stamped and fingers scan (yes, this is the new regulation where they scan your index fingers on both hands), just follow the sign that read JB Sentral (see picture below). Once you had your fingers scan, they would paste a kind of sticker in your passport, do not tear any of the sticker, they will collect the sticker when you exit Malaysia.(Sometimes there are no stickers.)

We were so lucky as there was no long queue and everything went smoothly on that day.

You wont get lost here, just follow the signboard and you can get to your destination to shop at City Square Mall.

After exiting from the custom, we walked through JB Sentral with lots of shops and money exchange counters too.




View of City Square Mall from the pedestrian bridge that connects JB Sentral to Johor Bahru City Square.


Finally we saw the signboard that read City Square Mall, it takes about 10 minutes from the Malaysian Custom to City Square Mall. It was that easy.
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4 comments:

TinkerTrinklets said...

Hi, do you know where I can board the bus from Singapore to the Malaysian custom checkpoint? Thanks:)

alicesg said...

Hi Tinker, you can view this earlier post of mine.

http://alicetravelstory.blogspot.sg/2011/07/johor-bahru-shopping-trip-taking-public.html

Alan sim said...

Take bus from kanji mrt station or at woodland bus interchange

alicesg said...

Hi Alan, I took the bus from Kranji MRT Station. You can view my previous post.


http://alicetravelstory.blogspot.sg/2013/04/day-trip-to-johor-bahru-malaysia-how-to.html