Bus from Singapore to KL Sentral

Taking coach from Singapore to KL Sentral by buying KKKL Online Ticket Bus

KKKL offer daily coach from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur Sentral(KL Sentral), departing from Tampines and Bugis MRT. We have 2 departure per day, one is morning 7am and another departure timing is 12 midnight. We also offer return trip from KL Sentral to Singapore as well.

From 3-April-2023, the new pickup and drop off point will be at Nu Sentral main entrance as shown in the picture below. There are a few landmark that it is easy for you to recognize, this pickup point is just below the KL Sentral monorail


KL Sentral Pickup point

There are a few landmark that you can look out for. 1st is the police booth, another one is the Coffee Bean

coffee bean Nu Sentral

Alternatively, this pickup point is conveniently located below KL Sentral Monorail

KL Sentral Monorail

How to get to Nu Sentral Mall?

You may look for the signage upon alighting at the KL Sentral terminal

Nu Sentral Mall Direction



The below information was before 4-April-2023, hence, it is more for information sharing only.

For bus from KL Sentral to Singapore, the pickup point is at the KL City Air Terminal Entrance. You just need to wait at the entrance and look out for KKKL bus. As the bus is very big, so, do not worry for not able to see the bus.

KL Sentral is a very convenient place where it is the main train station connecting to all part of Kuala Lumpur. If you have connecting flight from KLIA or KLIA2 to other country, you can take the KLIA express train from KL Sentral to the airport from RM55. The journey from KL Sentral to KLIA will take only around 28min. Besides KLIA express to airport, you can take another train that is KTM (Keretapi Tanah Melayu) to other part of the states as well. You can take KTM train to various part of Malaysia including Ipoh, Butterworth, Johor Bahru as well as Singapore.

Other mode of transport like buses also can be boarded from this KL Sentral. The ticket price from KL Sentral to the airport is only RM11 and the journey will take slightly longer than train which is around 1 hour 15 minutes based  on normal traffic condition.

Besides KL Sentral, it has also a shopping mall connecting to this area. The shopping mall is called Nu Sentral, where this shopping complex is build to cater for the working adult around this area.

Besides shopping mall, it has 3 hotels which are around KL Sentral. There are two international 5 star hotel and the name is Hilton Hotel as well as Le Meridien Hotel, another four star hotel is Aloft Hotel This KL Sentral is so much convenient that anyone who is thinking of going for any connecting flight or places, this is a place to drop off.

How to get to the pickup point in KL Sentral

KL Sentral is very big and is very well connected to all the railway network and also shopping mall. Here are some guideline on how  you can get to the bus pickup point from inside KL Sentral.

  •  Look out for Mcdonald
  • After that, look out for myNEWS.com convenient shop. This shop is directly opposite of Mcdonald.
  • Once you have seen the convenient shop, turn to the right and you will be able to see a very prominent shop call ChaTime. There is a signboard showing the direction towards KLIA Express (Departure). Once you have located the signboard, you may follow the signboard and turn towards your left
  • After you have turned to your left, continue to walk until you see a Maybank on your left. You can continue to walk until you see a glass door which is the exit.
  • Please continue to walk and you will see Yes4G booth and you will see the exit already.
  • Once you have exit the door, you will be able to see a big sign board name CVS Hospital. So, please wait at that exit and look out for KKKL bus
  • If you still unsure, you may take a look at this link, we have uploaded a simple direction on YouTube.

Top 3 Recommended Food at KL Sentral

1. Peranakan Place

This restaurant is located at top floor of Nu Sentral shopping mall. If you like Peranakan food (Baba & Nyonya), this is a restaurant that is worth considering. This restaurant has bright and colorful exterior, which make it easy to spot on. Try their signature dish Itik Tim (duck broth made with salty vegetable) and Peranakan steam fish (sweet and sour fish). After a heavy meal, remember to try their mouth watering durian chendol as dessert.

2 Warisan Nasi Kukus Ayam Goreng Berempah

If you are looking for something spicy, something different with affordable price, this restaurant is the place you can look for. Warisan is located at the basement of Nu Sentral. It serve varieties of Malay food such as Mee Kuah, Laksa, Porridge and Roti Jala. If you can challenge more spicy food, please remember to try their Nasi Kukus (steam rice) with fried chicken and their specially made rendang gravy. You can also request for extra chilli and sambal belacan.

3. Built by The Counter

If you love burger and looking forward to build your own burger, this is a special restaurant that you can patronize. You can choose your own sauce, meat, vegetable and they can build the burger up to your preference. If you have eaten Subway sandwich, this is exactly the burger version of Subway. Once your order has been made, they will build your burger quickly serve to you without compromising the quality as promised by the restaurant.

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