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Easybook.com Short Review

Traveling by bus has become the great choice today. Many people have chosen to use bus as their transportation mode because of some causes, like cost, comfortability and trip experiences. However, choosing bus can be very challenging, especially when you want to take the longer route like between the different countries. The main challenge is how to get the bus ticket, because purchasing bus tickets are always associated with the long queue and you’re still not guaranteed to get the ticket. Up to this fact, some people will decide the other transportations instead of bus.

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Nowadays, you can easily book bus ticket with the help of Easybook.com. This very helpful website is made in 2005 by enterprising students who want find the easier way to book bus ticket to Malaysia. They came up with this idea due to the fact that it’s quite hard for people to book ticket bus, especially for them who want to book bus ticket from Singapore to Malaysia.

Overview

It’s the one stop platform which sells bus tickets in South East Asia countries. You can simply buy these tickets online. They’re currently spreading their business to train tickets, car rental, local tours and ferry tickets across Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei and Taiwan. They have had 5 regional offices in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia now. They have built their reputation with the excellent services and trusted brand.

Trip from Singapore to Malaysia

For you who want to take trip from Singapore to Johor (Mersing, the gateway to Tioman), you can take a look more at their website (http://www.easybook.com/en-sg/bus/booking/singapore-to-mersinggatewaytotioman). Traveling by bus in Malaysia can give you more interesting experience and different sensation in enjoying the cities of Malaysia. There’re more than 160 bus operators with more than 6k+ bus routes. Beside the route from Singapore to Johor, there are some of the popular bus routes in Malaysia consisting of from Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur, from Kuala Lumpur to Penang, Melaka to Kuala Lumpur and many more.

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