Also, we’ve packed a full ONE-day itinerary including other fun things to do and buy while visiting. If you have a car, what better way to get to Malacca than driving all the way, enjoying the rough curves, smooth roads and the wonderful scenery that characterize the journey.
The North-South Expressway (NSE) is the shortest way to Malacca from Singapore and the journey may take about 2 hours 30 minutes to 3 hours excluding the time spent for Singapore – Malaysia immigration clearance.
You can choose bus companies such as WTS, KKKL Express, Konsortium, Starmart Express and other bus dealers.
Whatever bus service you choose, remember to keep your bus ticket safe, you will use it later.
What do you get when you combined mouth-watering cuisine and architectural ruins? Dubbed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site from 2008, Malacca’s rich culture and historical background has been documented.
The history dates way back from the ethnic Chinese-Malays to the Portuguese, Dutch and the British.
This little town is a perfect blend of traditional culture and modern lifestyle, coupling with amazing sights, sound and gastronomic delights that will leave a good taste in your mouth!
Here are the travelling options from Singapore to Malacca that are carefully picked to suit your needs.
Do note, there are only two trains daily from JB Sentral to Tampin station.
If you missed the train, then you need to find other transportation option to reach Malacca.
Note that shuttle train called Tebrau Shuttle is the only train service from Singapore.