Queen Street Bus Terminal provides bus rides to Johore Bahru in Malaysia. It is located beside Victoria Street Wholesale Centre and behind Church of Our Lady of Lourdes.
There are no food stores at Queen Street bus station. Your best bet is to go to Bugis Junction at Bugis MRT where there is a food court, fast food restaurants and snack bars.
Bus services at Queen Street bus station
- Singapore-Johor Express Services ($2.40; every 15 minutes; departs 6.30 am – 12am)
- Causeway Link Express (CW2) ($2.40; every 10 minutes; departs 6 am – 11.45 pm)
- SBS Bus Transit 170, ($2.10; every 12 minutes; departs 5.20 am to 12.10 am)
All buses will take you across the Causeway to Larkin Bus and Taxi Terminal in Johor Bahru in 1 hour or more if the checkpoint is busy. The Queen St. bus station is also known as Ban San Bus Terminal. See Singapore-Malaysia by Bus for more information.
Singapore/Malaysia Taxi Terminal
There is also the 24-hour Singapore Taxi Terminal next to Queen Street Bus Terminal. It provides taxi service to the Johor Bahru Taxi Terminal at S$40 per car (maximum of 4 persons.) If you are travelling with less than 4 persons, you can wait for another person to join you. This service is more convenient as you can sit in the car while clearing customs.
You can often negotiate trips to other destinations in Malaysia directly with the drivers, for example to Mersing (for Tioman Island). It is best to come here a few days or hours before your trip and make arrangements.
Walking is recommended, unless you have many baggages, then take a bus.
By walking: From Bugis MRT, head northwest on Rochor Road towards Victoria St. Turn right at Queen St, then turn left at Ban San St. Queen Street Bus Terminal is at your right.
By bus: Take Bus 197 at Bus Stop B01139 from Bugis MRT. Alight two stops later at North Bridge Road, North Bride Commercial Complex at Bus Stop B01039.