As the Southern Gateway of Malaysia, Johor is accessible from Singapore and it is network to all cities in Peninsular Malaysia excellent air and road connectivity.

With good highways connection, the North-South Expressway connects Johor with other cities in Peninsular Malaysia. It is estimated 5 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur.

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By Air


In Johor, The Sultan Ismail International Airport in Senai services flights from AirAsia, a regional low-cost no-frills airline and Malaysia Airlines which operate flights from Senai airport to some local and international destinations.

Travel Agency


There are many travel agency and tour agents in Johor to help you get around locally and abroad! With their connection, negotiation power, experts and multi-language skills, they will handle all unnecessary hassles and unexpected encounters in unfamiliar land. Check and compare rates for listed travel agency as well as their credibility.

Taxi Service


Taxi drivers have most alternative routes and updates on road conditions to avoid traffic jams. Taxi can be engaged at any taxi stand or through advance call booking. Taxi service is helpful to saves hassle on unfamiliar routes. Please book with credit taxi companies. As there are many private taxi owner, be alert with your safety especially boarding alone.

Car Rent


Taxi are widely used in Johor to travel around especially crossing over to Singapore. Taxi here does not use meter however you may agree on a price before getting on or insist to turn on the meter.

By Bus


Larkin station in Johor is the southern gateway to Malaysia. It service all busses from other cities in Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore.

Transnasional is the biggest bus company with several departures daily from all other cities in Malaysia.

Visitors can also get a bus line to Senai Airport.

By Train


Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) runs three daily KTM Intercity trains from all cities of Peninsular Malaysia. KTM shuttle service between Johor Bahru and Singapore widely used by those going to Singapore for work. Visitors will stop at Woodlands (for immigration clearance by Singapore Immigration and disembarkation of passengers travelling from Malaysia) and Tanjong Pagar (embarkation and disembarkation).