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Travelling between cities in Malaysia is very convenient by bus form Johor Bahru. Basically Johor Bahru is connected with almost all the major cities of Malaysia. For the bus companies and the routing detail, please refer to below link.
Website: Journey Malaysia http://www.journeymalaysia.com/ptajb.htm
Tickets can be bought at various counters at the bus stations and are extremely cheap compared to. Price difference between companies is usually only a few Ringgit. Almost all the domestic buses in Johor Bahru operate from the Larkin Bus Terminal. How to get to Larkin Bus Terminal:
At almost every bus station in Malaysia you will be approached by "runners" trying to make you buy a ticket from a company which pays them a commission. Don't worry, they make a lot of noise but are otherwise harmless. If you tell them you already have a ticket they will leave you alone. Try to have your trip/bus company figured out beforehand and just go to the appropriate counter. As mentioned, there is not much price difference between companies. Find out which bus leaves first , how many stops it makes and how long these last.
Tip: be sure to take a jacket or sweater on board because the air conditioning can sometimes be very cold! And yes, like everywhere else in the world: wach out for pick pockets.
Johor Bahru is also connected to other cities by KTM Malaysia. You may refer the cities that connected to Johor Bahru from below link:
KTM Berhad Malaysia: http://www.ktmb.com.my/index.php?opti...
* Different train will end in different arrival point.