Transport To Legoland Malaysia From Singapore

Singapore To Legoland Malaysia

Longing for a fun-filled day at Legoland Malaysia but don’t know how to get Legoland Malaysia from Singapore?

Transportation is not a headache to you anymore after reading this article!

We’ve sorted out 5 ways of transport that can bring you from to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore – private car, public bus via Woodlands Causeway, public bus via Second Link, coach and train!

All of them come with their own pros and cons, and you can consider the one best suited to your situation.

Now, let’s move on to know the transport to Legoland Malaysia from Singapore!

1. Transport To Legoland Malaysia From Singapore By Private Car
2. Transport To Legoland Malaysia From Singapore By Bus (Via Woodlands Checkpoint)
3. Transport To Legoland Malaysia From Singapore By Bus (Via Tuas Second Link)
4. Transport To Legoland Malaysia From Singapore By Coach
5. Transport To Legoland Malaysia From Singapore By Train

Transport To Legoland Malaysia From Singapore

1. Transport To Legoland Malaysia From Singapore By Private Car

NusaTransport offers cross-border private car services to transfer you from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia.

This is the most convenient transport to everyone and their services are definitely one of the best in town.

Private Car From Singapore To Legoland Malaysia

The Best Part of Choosing NusaTransport:

  • Their drivers can pick you up at any places in Singapore. They can even pick you up at doorstep.
  • The pick-up time is highly flexible too! It’s all based on your schedule.
  • Their driver will use the shorter route – which is Second Link instead of Woodlands Causeway to Legoland Malaysia. This route is also nearer to Legoland Malaysia, which shorten the overall travel journey.
  • At the immigration checkpoints, you don’t need to alight to clear customs and you get to avoid the long queue! Just pass your passport to your driver and he will help you to clear immigration right in the car.
  • You just need to sit back and relax until you’ve reached Legoland Malaysia.

Types of Fleets Offered & Price:

  1. Toyota Innova (7-seater): SGD$100 one way
  2. Toyota Alphard (8-seater): SGD$150 one way
  3. Hyundai Starex (10-seater): SGD$150 one way

How to Book with NusaTransport:

You can fill in the online reservation form and the staff will confirm your booking with you through e-mail or Whatsapp.

So, make sure the details you provided are correct one. If you have any changes after you’ve confirm the booking, kindly e-mail or Whatsapp them too.

Payment is made only when you have arrived at Legoland Malaysia.

Tips & Reminders:

  • Private car service is put at the first choice because this is the most recommended way to Legoland Malaysia.
  • You don’t need to worry about the long queue up or be alert with bus arrival time. All your transportation worries are solved by the team.
  • Apart from the slightly expensive price, there is almost no drawback in choosing private car. It is best recommended for family with children and elderly who needs to travel in comfort.

2. Transport To Legoland Malaysia From Singapore By Bus (Via Woodlands Checkpoint)

If you plan to take public bus, there are 2 routes to consider, one is via Woodlands Causeway and the other one is via Tuas Second Link.

These are the 2 bridges that linked Singapore to Johor Bahru – the town where Legoland Malaysia

Also read: Transport From Senai Airport To Legoland Malaysia

First, we will see how you can travel to Legoland Malaysia using the Woodlands Causeway.

Actually, there are many places in Singapore offering cross border bus services to Johor Bahru via Woodlands Causeway.

Bus From Singapore to Johor Bahru

Step 1: Changi Airport / Queen Street Terminal / Newton Circus / Woodlands MRT / Kranji MRT Station -> Woodlands Checkpoint

Firstly, you can go to any of the departure points below and board the respective bus to Woodlands Checkpoints.

When you have arrived at Woodlands Checkpoint, alight with all belongings to all clear customs.

Also read: How To Get To Legoland Malaysia From Changi Airport

Bus Departure Point Bus Schedule Bus Frequency Bus Ticket Price
1. Transtar Express TS1 Changi Airport Daily: 8:15am – 11:15pm 1 to 2 hours SGD$9
2. SBS Transit 170 (Red Plate) Queen Street Daily: 5:20am – 12:10am 10 to 15 minutes SGD$1.90
3. Causeway Link CW2 Queen Street Daily: 6:20am – 11:45pm 15 to 30 minutes SGD$3.30
4. Causeway Link CW5 Newton Circus Daily: 6:00am – 11:30pm 15 to 30 minutes SGD$3.30
5. SMRT Buses 950 Woodlands MRT Daily: 5:30am – 11:30pm 10 to 15 minutes SGD$1.43
6. SBS Transit 170X (Blue Plate) Kranji MRT Station

Monday to Friday: 5:36am – 11:30pmSaturday: 5:40am – 12:00am

Sunday & Public Holidays: 5:40am – 11:30pm

4 to 17 minutes SGD$1.39
7. Causeway Link CW1  Kranji MRT Station Daily: 4:30am – 11:30pm 15 to 30 minutes SGD$1.50

Step 2: Woodlands Checkpoint -> JB Sentral CIQ

  • After clearing immigrations at Woodlands Checkpoint, your previous bus will be waiting for you. So just board the same bus as before.
  • Remember to show your previous bus tickets to the driver. Otherwise, you need to buy the ticket again.
  • This time, the bus will take you from Woodlands Checkpoint to JB Sentral CIQ – the immigration checkpoint in Malaysia.

Step 3: JB Sentral CIQ -> Legoland Malaysia

  • At JB Sentral CIQ, you need to walk to JB Sentral to board another public bus – Bus LM1 to Legoland Malaysia.
  • This is the only bus that can bring you to Legoland Malaysia and it takes around 1 hour to reach there.
Causeway Link Bus LM1 (Legoland Malaysia is at the third stop)
Causeway Link Bus LM1

Bus Schedule:
Monday to Thursday: 8:00 – 6:30pm, frequency every 90 minutes
Friday to Sunday & Singapore Public Holidays: 8:00am – 7:00pm, frequency every 60 minutes
Bus Ticket Price: RM5.40

Also read: Legoland Malaysia Ticket Promotion

Tips & Reminders:

  • Taking public bus helps us to save a lot of money but in fact, this option is very hassle and the journey is yet very tiring.
  • If you travel during the peak hours, you need to spend 2 to 3 hours just to queue up and to clear the immigrations.
  • Since you frequently change the bus, you constantly need to bring your luggage up and down the bus – super tiring! Not recommended if you travel with elderly or children.
  • Besides, when you reach JB Sentral, the Causeway Link Bus LM1 only departs every 60 – 90 minutes.
  • Since the frequency is very low, you really need to be alert with the departure time and plan your schedule well. Otherwise, you waste a lot of time waiting for the arrival of next bus.

3. Transport To Legoland Malaysia From Singapore By Bus (Via Tuas Second Link)

For your information, Tuas Second Link is nearer to Legoland Malaysia compared to Woodlands Checkpoint.

So, you might reach Legoland Malaysia faster if you choose this way.

Below are 3 steps where you can take cross border public bus from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia using the Tuas Second Link.

You need to take down all belongings and change bus on each step until you reach Legoland Malaysia.

Also read: How To Go To Singapore From Legoland Malaysia

Step 1: Boon Lay MRT / Jurong East Bus Interchange -> Tuas Checkpoint

Boon Lay MRT

From Boon Lay MRT, take Bus CW6 to Tuas Checkpoint and alight from the bus with all luggage to clear customs. Keep your bus ticket.

1. Causeway Link Bus CW6
Causeway Link Bus CW 6

Bus Schedule:
Monday to Friday: 7:35am – 10:45pm, frequency every 10 to 30 minutes
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: 7:30am – 10:40pm, frequency every 10 to 30 minutes
Bus Ticket Price: SGD$4.00

Jurong East Bus Interchange

From Jurong East Bus Interchange, take either Bus CW3 or Bus CW4 to Tuas Checkpoint and alight from bus with all luggage to clear customs.

Make sure you keep your bus ticket.

1. Causeway Link Bus CW3
Causeway Link Bus CW 3

Bus Schedule:

Monday to Friday: 7:10am – 11:45pm, frequency every 10 to 30 minutes
Saturday & Sunday: 7:30am – 11:45pm, frequency every 10 to 40 minutes

Bus Ticket Price: SGD$4.00

2. Causeway Link Bus CW4
Causeway Link Bus CW 4

Bus Schedule:

Daily: 7:30am – 7:20pm

Bus Ticket Price: SGD$4.00

Step 2: Tuas Checkpoint -> CIQ 2nd Link

When you are done with immigration clearing process at Tuas Checkpoint, straight proceed your journey to CIQ 2nd Link by boarding any Bus CW3, Bus CW4, Bus CW4S or Bus CW6.

You don’t need to pay for it but you need to show your previous bus ticket to board these buses. It takes around 20 to 30 minutes to CIQ 2nd Link.

Step 3: CIQ 2nd Link -> Legoland Malaysia

So now you have arrived at CIQ 2nd Link – the immigration checkpoint in Johor Bahru.

Here, there are 3 public buses you can board to Legoland Malaysia.

1. Causeway Link Bus JPO2
Causeway Link Bus JPO 2

Bus Schedule:

Daily: 8:30am, 11:30am, 2:30pm, 5:30pm (frequency every 3 hours)

Bus Ticket Price: RM6.00
Legoland Malaysia is the first stop

2. Causeway Link Bus SL1
Causeway Link Bus SL 1

Bus Schedule:

Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00pm, 1:30pm, 3:00pm, 4:30pm

Bus Ticket Price: RM2.00
Legoland Malaysia is the first stop

3. Causeway Link Bus CW7L (Alight at the entrance of Mall of Medini, then walk to Legoland Malaysia)
Causeway Link Bus CW7L

Bus Schedule:

Daily: 5:00am – 9:00pm, frequency every 20 to 30 minutes

Bus Ticket Price: RM5.00
Legoland Malaysia is the first stop

Tips & Reminders:

  • This option is very hassle and time consuming. If you leave early in the morning to catch a bus, you might end up spending 3 to 4 hours to reach Legoland Malaysia.
  • At the time you reach Legoland Malaysia, you already feel tired and has no mood and energy to play happily in the theme park or water park.
  • So, you should always check for the bus schedule to avoid missing the bus.
  • Depart as early as you can or depart in the late afternoon and stay at nearer homestay or hotel near Legoland Malaysia. This is to avoid traffic jam and you might get a seat on the bus.
  • However, this option is still suitable for all budget travellers.

4. Transport to Legoland Malaysia From Singapore By Coach

Besides public buses, there are also reliable coach to bring you from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia.

Since, these coaches are owned and operated by private tour companies, they often offer packages that include entrance fee of Legoland Malaysia and the return coach ticket price.

To save money, you can consider this option too.

1. WTS Travel
WTS Travel Coach

Departure Point: Singapore Flyer
Coach Schedule: Daily 9:00am & 10:30am
Departure Point: Jurong East
Coach Schedule: Daily 9:30am 10:30am

Coach Ticket Price:

Return trip: SGD$27 per head

How to Book:

Go to WTSTravel website to book your trip online. Payment can only be made via Credit Card or PayPal. Or, go to their offices in Singapore to book your trip with them.

2. Superior Coach

Departure Point: Lavender MRT Station Exit B

Coach Schedule:

Weekdays: 9:00am
Weekends: 8:30am

Coach Ticket Price:

Return Trip: SGD$28 per head

How to Book:

For online booking, go Bus Online Ticket website to book your ride with them. Payment is made via Paypal, Credit Card or any other listed method.

Tips & Reminders:

  • Besides the 2 listed companies above, there are a lot more tour companies in Singapore that provide the same service. Usually, they will depart at Lavender MRT or Singapore Flyer.
  • Some of the tour companies will provide transport from customer’s hotel to the coach departure point.
  • Normally, the tour company will promote the packages and ask the customers to buy entrance fee of Legoland Malaysia together.
  • At the customs, you still need to alight with all luggage and clear the immigrations.
  • Take note that the ticket prices are more expensive on weekends than weekdays.
  • Always ask for the coach route, whether it takes Woodlands Causeway or Tuas Second Link.
  • Think wisely if they use Woodlands Causeway because this route has high chances of getting traffic jam.

5. Transport to Legoland Malaysia From Singapore By Train

Train is the fastest way to cross the border between Singapore and Malaysia. It only takes 5 minutes to cross the border.

Besides, the ticket price is relatively cheap.

So, people who travel on budget can consider this option too.

Step 1: Woodlands Train Checkpoint -> JB Sentral

In Singapore, you need to find your way to Woodlands Train Checkpoint.

There are many ways to reach here, one of them is to take Bus 856 at the bus stop opposite to the Marsiling MRT Station.

Nevertheless, you can consider another way which is nearer and more convenient to you.

Shuttle Tebrau Train
Shuttle Tebrau KTM Train

Train Schedule:

7:20am, 8:30am, 9:40am, 10:50am, 12:20pm, 1:50pm, 3:20pm, 4:30pm, 5:40pm, 6:50pm, 8:00pm, 9:10pm, 10:20pm and 11:30pm

Train Ticket Price: SGD$5

Step 2: JB Sentral -> Legoland Malaysia

When you reach JB Sentral, take bus LM1 to Legoland Malaysia.

Causeway Link Bus LM1
Causeway Link Bus LM1

Bus Schedule:

Monday to Thursday: 8:00 – 6:30pm, frequency every 90 minutes
Friday to Sunday & Singapore Public Holidays: 8:00am – 7:00pm, frequency every 60 minutes

Bus Ticket Price: RM5.40
Legoland Malaysia is at the third stop

If you missed the bus, you can also consider taking local taxi to Legoland Malaysia. There are many taxi services available. Normally, the journey from JB Sentral to Legoland Malaysia is above RM30.

Tips & Reminders:

  • The train will only take you from Woodlands Checkpoint to JB Sentral.
  • Also take note that you need to book the train tickets online as early as possible because the demand is very high. It is often sold out especially the early train.
  • Always be punctual to get on the train because the train frequency is very low.
  • If you have children who are below 4 years old, their ticket prices are free of charge.

Conclusion

In conclusion, if you want to travel in comfort and want to arrive at Legoland Malaysia as soon as possible, it’s best to choose NusaTransport private car.

Those who carry many luggage along is recommended to hire a private car too. Or it would be too hassle to travel with luggage.

If you are finding the cheapest ride, public bus is the ideal choice for you. Nevertheless, take note that the travel time is doubled as compared to taking private car.

If you haven’t bought the entrance ticket of Legoland Malaysia, you can consider the tour packages offered by private tour companies and take their coach to Legoland Malaysia. It saves a few pennies in your pocket.

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