Train services from Jerantut to Johor Bahru are an ideal way to travel from the Taman Negara National Park to Singapore. There are bus services from Taman Negara National Park to Jerantut and then bus and train services from Johor Bahru to Singapore.
Train Times from Jerantut to Johor Bahru
There is 1 direct train service a day from Jerantut to Johor Bahru.
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Jerantut Railway Station
Jerantut train station is located 550 metres walking distance from the Terminal Sentral Jerantut bus station.
Johor Bahru Sentral Station
The final stop for trains travelling South from Jerantut is Johor Bahru Sentral Station.
Travel to Singapore
There are 3 ways to travel from Johor Bahru to Singapore:
- Bus: You can take a bus from JB Sentral Station direct to Singapore. To speed up the journey we recommend that you walk to Johor Bahru Checkpoint (5 to 10 minutes) and clear Malaysian immigration before boarding the bus:
- Advantages: It’s the cheapest option, and you travel direct to an MRT station or Queen Street in the city centre.
- Disadvantages: It’s the slowest option because buses travel slowly and because of the large volume of traffic on the Causeway which can become very heavy at certain times of the day.
- Train: You can take a direct train from JB Sentral Station to Singapore. Trains run throughout the day from 05:00 to 22:45.
- Advantages: It’s cheap (5 MYR adult fare) and quick (the journey takes 5 minutes)
- Disadvantages: You arrive at Woodlands Train Checkpoint which is 1.5 km walking distance from the nearest MRT station. From 10:00 onward the frequency of the trains drops to 1 train every 75 minutes meaning that you may have to wait over an hour for the next departure.
- Taxi: You can take a taxi direct from outside JB Sentral Station to any point in Singapore:
- Advantages: Travel by taxi is an easy option particularly if you travelling with lots of bags, children or anyone in your group has difficulties walking. Also you avoid the need to use public transport services in Singapore or finding your own way to your final destination.
- Disadvantages: It’s relatively expensive (S$90 to S$100 or 270 to 300 MYR) and you can still have a fairly slow journey if the traffic is heavy on the Causeway. A cheaper option is to take the train to Singapore and then a taxi to your final destination on the Island.