Bus station TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan) in Kuala Lumpur
In 2015 most flights, long distance bus routes from Kuala Lumpur moved from Pudu Sentral bus terminal to bus terminal, TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan). It's not just the bus station, and a transport terminal, through which also the city subway, commuter trains, airport, metro, city buses.
The website of the bus station: http://www.tbsbts.com.my/
Infrastructure bus station TBS
The bus station is huge, and it has the same amenities and services as many airports: ATMs, a mother and child waiting room, Luggage storage, hotel, food court (cafe). For tourists and travelers will be very helpful: information center, vending machines, currency exchange. The currency exchange in terminal two, they work from 7.30 am to 22:00
Buy tickets at the station ticket offices or automatic terminals. There is also a terminal to verify the reservation of e-tickets and printing them out.
Where it is possible to leave from the station TBS
Popular for tourists from domestic operations:
- The island of Penang and the city of Butterworth (Butterworth)
- Langkawi island (bus to Kuala Perlis, then ferry)
- Johor Bahru (Johor Bahru)
- Cameron highlands (Cameron Highlands)
- Pangkor island (Lumut bus, then ferry)
- The island of Tioman and Rawa o (bus to Mersing then the ferry)
- Perhentian island and Redang island (via Kuala Terengganu)
Popular international destinations:
- Hat Yai in Thailand. In the city of hat Yai, you can take a bus, train, plane to anywhere in Thailand.
Detailed schedule and ticket reservation is available on the website http://www.tbsbts.com.mycan also help to book the tickets through the search form:
💲 Pay the ticket online
✉ Will receive an itinerary receipt by email
🚌 Arrive to departure
How to get from TBS to Kuala Lumpur
The bus station is located far from the center of the city, almost at the edge of it (the TBS on the map of Kuala Lumpur). But fortunately, next to the TBS via a pedestrian bridge train station BTS (Bandar Tasik Selatan), with which the city centre can be reached by the suburban metro station KTM Komuter, LRT, metro urban, metro from the airport KLIA Transit (see transportation in Kuala Lumpur, than to move on). For tourists the most convenient to get on the LRT Ampang line, because you can drive to the tourist center of the city. All other types of railway vehicles going to the station KL Sentral, where you can also take the metro or bus to the centre.
Besides the metro, you can drive to the tourist centre of the city to Pudu Raya station by bus No. 690. Will have to go 40 minutes, but this is the cheapest option, only 1.9 ringgit (see the currency of Malaysia).