First Coach Express Bus
Posted by pktan
on May 22nd, 2007
Filed Under: Bus
Telephone: +65 68222111 (Singapore) | +603 22873311 (Malaysia)
No 48 Jalan Kemuja
59000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur – Singapore – Kuala Lumpur ( Via 2nd Link )
730am, 930am and 1130am
230pm, 430pm and 630pm
From Singapore: 1 Way SGD$33, Return SGD$55
From Kuala Lumpur: 1 Way RM45, Return RM115
Children below 12 – 50% Off Normal price
First Coach Malaysia Singapore Express Bus
It provides 6 trips a day with coaches leaving Kuala Lumpur at 7:30am, 9:30am, 11:30am, 2.30pm 4.30pm and 6.30pm.
The coach terminals are at Jalan Kamuja in Bangsar Utama, about 100m from the Bangsar PUTRA LRT station.
In Singapore, passengers are dropped off at Novena Square, close to the Novena MRT station.
Extra Information From Comments (26 Nov 2007)
I have taken First Coach a few times, generally quite happy with the service. But I have been trying to call them for the past 2 weeks both Singapore and Bangsar offices, I think I have at least tried 50 times in total, and only once I managed to talk to someone. What I find funny is that nobody answer the call, but when I redial, it has become busy tone.
Another thing to take note, if you want a ticket from Singapore to Bangsar 6.30pm Friday, then you better go find other alternatives. First Coach has a very bad policy, ie, they allow you to book the ticket 60 days in advance (sounds good right? but read on) but only collect the ticket 2 or 3 days befor departure, without any commitment. Means people can always book way in advance but only make up their mind whether they want to take the coach or not. I think a lot of people abuse this convenience.
Wonder why you did not update the information for First Coach. They have a new point in BU, the number is 03-77253311. For those who have problem calling the Bangsar office, you may try this. You can call BU to book Bangsar-Singapore ticket and vice versa. I just did that.
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