Masai Bus Terminal

GENERAL INFORMATION

Masai Bus Teminal (Google Map: Terminal Masai); or as the signboard says “Terminal Bas dan Teksi Serta Arked Masai” is the main express bus terminal in a small town called Masai. Masai is located around 30km to the east of Johor Bahru. The bus terminal functions to serve the express bus services and local bus services in Masai. Located in the middle of Masai town, getting to the bus terminal is easy with several options of public transportation available.

BUS SERVICES IN MASAI BUS TERMINAL

There are a number of express bus operators providing long-distance bus travel from and to Masai. One of the most popular and reputable bus operators is City Holidays Express bus. City Holidays Express connects Masai to many popular destinations in Malaysia.

Some of the popular bus routes by City Holidays Express include bus from Masai to Kuala Lumpur, Masai to Butterworth, Masai to Alor Setar and many more. You can check the schedule, ticket price and availability online at our official website BusOnlineTicket.com. Book your bus tickets online in advance to secure your seats before your journey.

Apart from express bus service, local bus known as Transit Iskandar Malaysia (IMBRT) also stops at Masai Bus Terminal. Transit Iskandar Malaysia connects the people in Masai to the surrounding residential areas such as Taman Cendana, Pasir Gudang and Kampung Pasir Putih. Hence, getting to Masai Bus Terminal is easy for the locals that live around Masai.

LOCATION OF MASAI BUS TERMINAL

AMENITIES

Masai Bus Terminal is an open-air bus terminal with a two-level structure. The lower ground part of the bus terminal is mainly used as the bus platform where the buses park to pick up and drop off passengers. You can also find convenience store or small shops at the lower ground level. Canteen is available at the upper level of the bus terminal. Moreover, the bus terminal also have taxi service. Therefore, going to your next destination upon arrival should not be a problem.

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