Are you aware of Pengerang Johor, known as the place where you can enjoy the sea life?
It’s also where you can feast on fresh seafood and take in breath-taking views of the sea or sunset!
There are also 2 beautiful resorts to make your short getaway a memorable one!
Not sure how to get to Pengerang Johor from Singapore? Read on to know the mode of transportation available!
Do take note that all the prices and schedules in the list below are subject to change as it is based on the sole discretion of each respective transport operator.
1. Private Car / Taxi To Pengerang From Singapore
Up to this day, private taxi services are often recommended by those who frequently travel to Johor with families, a bunch of friends or those working in the oil & gas industry in Singapore.
Check out some of the benefits:
- Freedom to choose the pick-up and drop-off points.
- Smooth process at immigration clearance. The driver handles your passport.
- Ample space for a comfortable journey without sharing with strangers.
- Drivers are well-versed with all the routes in Johor.
Nusa Transport is highly recommended as they are professional, attentive, and friendly.
2. Ferry To Pengerang From Singapore
Another alternative to Pengerang Johor would be taking a ferry. But it might be too time-consuming, especially if you have several pieces of luggage to carry.
It’s the best option if you’re under a budget since it’s more affordable compared to taking a private car.
There are only 2 steps to follow before arriving at Pengerang Johor.
Step 1: Getting To Changi Point Ferry Terminal (Besides Cab)
Changi Point Ferry Terminal is the only place where the ferry departs for Pengerang in Singapore. You’ll have to head to any MRT station or bus interchange as stated below:
- Tanah Merah MRT station
- Tampines MRT station
- Bishan Interchange
- Serangoon Interchange
|MRT Station||Bus Service||Bus Fare||Estimated Travel Time|
|Tanah Merah||No.2||$2.00||30 minutes|
|Bishan||No.59||$2.50||1 hour 45 minutes|
|Serangoon||No.109||$2.40||1 hour 20 minutes|
All of these 4 bus services will end at Changi Village Bus Terminal. Upon arriving, you can walk to the jetty which takes around 5 minutes.
Step 2: Take Bum Boat From Changi Point Ferry Terminal To Tanjung Pengelih, Pengerang (Service Temporarily Suspended)
Once you arrive at Changi Point Ferry Terminal, you’ll be required to take a bumboat to Pengerang. The cost will be S$13 per pax and will take around 45 minutes.
The immigration process isn’t that complicated. You just need to head to the operating desk located under a sign that says “Pengerang”.
Pass your passport over to the staff which will be given to you back upon alighting the boat.
Changi Ferry Terminal To Pengerang Ferry Schedule
At the moment, the bumboat ride has no fixed schedule.
It’ll depart once there are 12 passengers on the boat. You can opt to depart earlier but you’ll need to pay for the vacant spots.
Departure Time (Weekends):
- 7:00am (Earliest Time)
- 4:00pm (Latest Time)
Departure Time (Weekdays):
- The timing and frequency vary.