TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan)

Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS)
TBS Arrival Platform

Location: Kuala Lumpur

The Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS)

Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) is one of the main express bus terminals in Kuala Lumpur apart from Hentian Duta and Pekeliling Bus Terminal. TBS Bus Terminal is more like a state-of-the-art airport than a bus station. Imagine spending the dreaded wait time for a bus by catching up on some shopping, visiting quaint boutiques, having a bite to eat or sitting down for a nice, refreshing drink.

Where is TBS located?

TBS is located in Bandar Tasik Selatan, around 10km from the city center. See in Google Map »

TBS Online Ticket

TBS online tickets are available for online booking on BusOnlineTicket.com. We have partnered with various operators to provide the most comprehensive online booking portal for our customers. You can book the tickets for bus departing from TBS, Kuala Lumpur and many other bus terminals and locations on our website. You can check bus schedule and compare prices online for various routes within Malaysia and Singapore.

Below are some of the popular TBS bus routes available for online booking:

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Popular Bus in TBS

How to go to TBS Bus Station?

You can reach TBS by taking LRT, KTM Komuter, KLIA Transit, RapidKL bus and taxis.

Opened in 2011, the TBS Bus Terminal caters specifically to travelers headed south of Kuala Lumpur, to places such as Johor Bahru, Melaka, Singapore, and Mersing. Northbound travelers would use the Pudu Sentral terminal. Travelers at this Terminal Bersepadu Selatan will also find that other forms of public transportation are readily available. Three train services, the subway, a commuter, airport transit, and city buses run through the TBS Bus Terminal regularly, with a fleet of taxis waiting outside the terminal.

✔️ How to go to TBS by LRT?

TBS bus station is connected via LRT Sri Petaling Line.

  1. Head to and stop at Bandar Tasik Selatan station (SP15).
  2. Once you exit the station, head to your left and keep walking straight until you see a big building in front of you.
  3. Take the staircase / elevator to go up and walk through the footbridge to get to the terminal building.
LRT stands for Light Rail Transit and it’s one of the local’s main public transportation mode to travel within Kuala Lumpur area.

✔️ How to go to TBS by KTM Komuter?

KTM Komuter might be slower than LRT but it travels further and covers more area.

  1. Head to and stop at Bandar Tasik Selatan station.
  2. Once you exit the station, head to your left and keep walking straight until you see a big building in front of you.
  3. Take the staircase / elevator to go up and walk through the footbridge to get to the terminal building.
KTM stands for Keretapi Tanah Melayu and KTM Komuter is one of the train services provided by KTMB. KTM Komuter travels through various locations in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.

✔️ How to go to TBS by KLIA Transit?

KLIA Transit connects TBS to KLIA and KLIA2. Apart from that, you can also go to TBS from Putrajaya or Salak Tinggi via KLIA Transit.

  1. Head to and Stop at Bandar Tasik Selatan station.
  2. Once you exit the station, head to your left and keep walking straight until you see a big building in front of you.
  3. Take the staircase / elevator to go up and walk through the footbridge to get to the terminal building.
KLIA Transit is part of the train services provided by Express Rail Link (ERL) Sdn Bhd. They are usually fast and punctual.

Arrivals and Departures at TBS

Travelers have no problems finding what they need since there are ample signs that clearly indicate various points of interest. TBS Bus Terminal is exceptionally spotless, and all arrivals and departures are clearly listed in numerous areas for all to see.

Purchasing tickets is a breeze with the system that is currently in place. Tickets can be purchased at the counter or online.

For those who booked TBS online ticket, you should arrive at the Terminal Bersepadu Selatan at least 20 minutes prior to departure. Booking online might reduce the waiting time for the next available departure so plan your journey ahead and book tickets online with us.

Available at TBS Bus Station

At TBS, there are ATMs, luggage counters, washrooms and rooms to care for small children. You may also find various shops and convenience stores in the terminal to supply you with various needs. Moreover, there are many restaurants, F&B and food courts available to feed your stomach before your journey or upon your arrival.

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FAQ

How to buy bus ticket to TBS or from TBS?

You can buy TBS bus ticket from the ticket counter at the bus terminal in Kuala Lumpur. The easier way is to book TBS online ticket at BusOnlineTicket.com or via BusOnlineTicket mobile app.

Do I need to register to book TBS online ticket?

No. But you are encouraged to register so you can earn loyalty points and redeem discounts for future booking. Members also get to enjoy the benefits of BOT GoFlexi and many other exclusive discounts.

Which bus company is available for online booking?

We have up to 200 operators available for booking. You can check the full list of bus operators on our website.

Which bus route is available for online booking?

We have more than 8,000 routes available for bus booking including bus between Malaysia and Singapore and bus between Malaysia and Thailand.

How to go from TBS to KL Sentral?

There are various ways to travel from TBS to KL Sentral. Most famous option is by LRT because it’s cheaper. By LRT, go from LRT Tasik Selatan station to LRT Masjid Jamek and exchange to Kelana Jaya Line. From LRT Masjid Jamek to LRT KL Sentral is only two stations away.

Are the ticket prices offered on BusOnlineTicket.com same as counter?

Most of the ticket prices available on our website are same as counter. However, we do charge a minimum amount of processing fee, although in most cases, processing fee are waived depending on the operator you choose.

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