How To Go To LEGOLAND Malaysia From Singapore

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The ideal routes to one, LEGOLAND Malaysia often causes doubts, debates or confusions among our beloved travelers especially from Singapore. It’s not that this is a stressful encounter but more of the lack of experience associated among rookie tourists or enthusiast out there. Fret not as we’re here to telecast specific information that will bring you safely to this desired location.
LEGOLAND is roughly 45 km from Singapore or so they say. So, how to get there?

Cost: A road charge of RM20 plus ¾ of petrol tank cost as part of the guidelines to enter Malaysia.

#1 Personal Car

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A) Tuas Checkpoint

Tuas Immigration Checkpoint   >  Exit Nusajaya Exit 312  >  Legoland

B) Woodlands Checkpoint

Woodlands Checkpoint  >  Legoland

Time: Estimated time of 45 minutes to an hour [depending on traffic]

Contact: Keep your car service guy on speed dial during the journey just in case.

Pros:

  • Comfort and privacy at its best
  • You can stop when and where needed
  • Travel at your own pace

Cons: 

  • Tired due to long drive
  • Troublesome to look for parking spaces along the way for toilet breaks or for a quick bite
  • Unfamiliar with the route or inexperienced on the road
  • Owned vehicle may not be seasoned for long travels

Tip:

  • Use a Touch N Go at the toll station as everything is cashless and that means Singaporeans are to purchase a Touch N Go card and top it up to SGD 20.

#2 Public Bus

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Cost: A rough price range of SGD 10 – SGD 15 for a one way ticket.

The Routes:

Option 1: Jurong East Bus Exchange:

  • From Jurong East Bus Exchange, take the Causeway Link Bus CW3 (SGD$4) facing the Tuas Checkpoint that guides you through the Singapore and Malaysia Immigration checkpoints towards the CIQ Interlink.
 Causeway Link Bus CW3 Schedule:

Monday to Friday: 7:10am – 11:45pm (bus arrives within 10-30 minutes)

Saturday to Sunday: 7:30am – 11:45pm (bus arrives within 10-30 minutes)

  • Upon reaching the CIQ Interlink in Malaysia, get onto buses JPO2 (RM6) or SL1 (RM2) that directly takes you to LEGOLAND Malaysia!
 Causeway Link Bus JPO2 Schedule:                          Monday to Friday: 8:30am, 11:30am, 2:30pm & 5:30pm (bus goes by every 3 hours)

Causeway Link Bus SL1 Schedule:

Saturday, Sunday & Singapore Public Holidays: 9:00am – 7:30pm (bus moves every 90 minutes)

Time: An average time of 40 minutes is expected.

Option 2: Boon Lay:       

At Boon Lay, you may take the Causeway Link Bus CW6 [SGD 4] at the Tuas Checkpoint to reach the CIQ Interlink in Malaysia. Then, you are to take either Buses JPO2 or SL1 to Legoland Malaysia.

 Causeway Link Bus CW6 Schedule:Monday to Friday: 7:35am – 10:45pm (bus departs every 10-25 minutes)

Saturday to Sunday & Public Holiday: 7:30am – 10:40pm (bus departs every 15-20 minutes)

  • At Boon Lay, you may take the Causeway Link Bus CW6 [SGD 4] at the Tuas Checkpoint to reach the CIQ Interlink in Malaysia. Then, you are to take either Buses JPO2 or SL1 to Legoland Malaysia.

Option 3: JB Sentral:       

  • You can also go to JB Sentral to buy a ticket for Causeway Link Bus LM1 [SGD 2.11] to head to Legoland.
 Causeway Link Bus LM1 Schedule:Monday to Thursday: 8:00am – 6.30pm. (bus departs every 90 minutes)

Friday to Sunday & Singapore Public Holidays: 8:00am – 7.00pm (bus departs every 1 hour)

Contact: Causeway Link Phone Number is +607-360 2244

Pros:

  • Cheaper travel cost

Cons: 

  • 2 hours plus considering the immigration checks for buses equals to longer time taken.
  • Risk of taking the wrong buses.
  • Travelling with strangers that might not be ideal for families.
  • Need to be alert in keeping belongings safe from potential theft.
  • May be tired due to transits and waiting periods.

Tip:

  • Suited for single travelers instead of families.
  • Bus tickets to be kept safely just in case.
  • To be sure of current traveled routes to avoid getting lost.
  • To keep belongings safe and secure at all times.

#3 Private Coach

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Cost: SGD 27 – SGD 28 per person (round-trip).

The Routes:

A) Tuas Checkpoint

Tuas Immigration Checkpoint  >  Exit Nusajaya Exit 312  >  Legoland

B)  Woodlands Checkpoint

Woodlands Checkpoint  >  Legoland

Time: 1 – 2 hours

Contact: WTS Travel (https://wtstravel.com.sg/) & Superior Coach (https://www.busonlineticket.com/)

Types of Coach: WTS Bus & Superior Coach

Pros:

  • Advantageous for passengers seeking for direct route from the first pickup point to the final destination.

Cons: 

  • Expensive travel cost
  • The usual immigration checks are required as well.

Tip: Prices are less expensive on weekdays

#4 Private Car

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No Car Type Pax Cost Luggage

1

7 Seater MPV Taxi (Innova)

6

SGD 100 (1 way) 2 small luggage

2

8 Seater Toyota ALHARD MPV

7

SGD 120 (1 way) 4 midsize luggage

3

11 Seater Hyundai STAREX MPV

10

SGD 130 (1 way)

4

17 Seater Placer-X VAN

16

SGD 200 (1 way) 4 bags

If You Choose Johor Transport, you get:

  • To drive through customs without needing to wait for thorough checks
  • Instant booking and confirmation
  • Transport service with 5 years’ worth of experience

The Routes:

Tuas Immigration Checkpoint  >  Exit Nusajaya Exit 312  >  Legoland

Woodlands Checkpoint  >  Legoland

Time: 55 minutes – 1 hour

Contact: https://www.johortransport.com/ (+65-9037 7556 & admin@JohorTransport.com)

Pros:

  • No need to stay focused 24/7 on the road.
  • A sort of VIP treatment is instantly evident.
  • Safest travel option
  • Experienced driver who knows the way around.

Cons: 

  • Pricier compared to public vehicles.

Tip: Observe the testimonials upon these private transport services for assurance.

#5 Taxi

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Cost:

  • A one way trip from Singapore using a Singapore Taxi to Legoland Malaysia cost about SGD 12 per person.
  • A one way trip from Singapore using a Malaysian taxi to Legoland Malaysia cost about SGD 70 per person.

The Routes:

A) Tuas Checkpoint

Tuas Immigration Checkpoint  >  Exit Nusajaya Exit 312  >  Legoland

B) Woodlands Checkpoint

Woodlands Checkpoint  >  Legoland

Time: 55 minutes – 1 hour

Contact: Call +65-6296 7054 (Singapore Taxi) ; +607-222 5859 (Malaysia Taxi)

 Pros:

  • Usually specially licensed Singapore taxi drivers do not require to show what’s in their trunks and that includes saving passengers the time to attest for a spot-check. Only passports are required to be shown at checkpoint borders
  • Experienced taxi drivers who knows every route or hotspots to provide convenience

Cons: 

  • Limited number of passengers
  • Expensive to travel
  • May require two taxis where one is from Singapore and the other is from Malaysia which means more time and cost consumed

Tip:

  • Check for the taxi driver’s identity card or badge for assurance.

#6 Limousine

ComfortDelgro LimoCab

https://www.limousinetransport.com/singapore/limo-cab/

Cost: SGD 170 – SGD 320

The Routes:

The Routes:

A) Tuas Checkpoint

Tuas Immigration Checkpoint  >  Exit Nusajaya Exit 312  >  Legoland

B) Woodlands Checkpoint

Woodlands Checkpoint  >  Legoland

Time: Limousines can take about an hour plus. However, it depends on pick-up points and the traffic situation.

Contact:

  • Website: https://www.limousinetransport.com/cab/
  • Email: booking@limousinetransport.com
  • Tel: +65 6535 3534

Pros:

  • Any pick-up point in Singapore
  • Luxury vehicles and that means fully air-conditioned
  • Experienced chauffeurs who offer personalized services

Cons: 

  • The most expensive means of transportation on this list from Singapore to Legoland Malaysia.

Tip: Check for the limousine driver’s identity card or badge for assurance.

#7 Mixed Transportation [Train + Bus or Train]

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Cost:

  • Bus 856 to Woodlands Checkpoint (SGD 1)
  • Train from Woodlands Checkpoint to JB Sentral (SGD 5)
  • Local Taxi from JB Sentral to Legoland (RM 18) / Local Bus from JB Sentral to Legoland (RM 4.60)

Guideline:

Step 1: Take Bus 856 at the bus stop nearby Marsiling MRT Station

Step 2: Bus 856 will arrive at Woodlands Centre Road

Step 3: Get to Woodlands Train Checkpoint nearby to purchase train tickets. You will be engaging in your immigration checks all at once.

Step 4: Wait at the right waiting area before boarding the train that takes you to JB Sentral.

Step 5: From JB Sentral, you are to board Bus LM1 to Legoland Malaysia. You can also approach a local cab to Legoland Malaysia.

Time: This may take almost half a day.

Contact: Online booking can be done through https://intranet.ktmb.com.my/e-ticket/

Tickets could be sold out during peak seasons. To avoid disappointment, online booking is now available at https://intranet.ktmb.com.my/e-ticket/

Pros:

  • Can be cheap

Cons:

  • Not a direct transfer service
  • Train tickets are sold at limited seat
  • If you miss the train, it takes hours to wait for the next arrival
  • Need to clear customs

Tips:

  • Try to book earlier as peak seasons may cause inconvenience for booking purposes.
  • Keep asking the station master or customer service counter when unsure of transportation related matters.

That’s all!

And that’s just the many transportation presented to every single one of you to spread your wings and head on over to LEGOLAND Malaysia! Seek which one is the key to unlocking your inner satisfaction. Discuss with your family and friends if you must. As the old saying goes, travel in numbers to get the best prices! Solo travellers are entertained with various perks too. The final say goes to our beloved audiences who must prioritise their safety first when selecting their modes of transportation.

With that being said, we wish you bon voyage!

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