Singapore to Malaysia Private Car Taxi Transport
|Prices List (SGD / One Way)|
|Standard MPV||6 Seater Maxi Cab||9/13 Seater Maxi Cab||Wheelchair Maxi Cab|
|Johor Bahru City
Larkin Bus Terminal
Pulai Spring Resort
Johor Premium Outlet
|Mersing Jetty (Tioman Island)
Sepang International Circuit
|Club Med Cherating||$1000||$1100||$1100||$1450|
|Hourly After Trip Fare||$50/hour||$60/hour||$60/hour||$65/hour|
|Hourly without trip fare (min 10 hours)||$80/hour||$85/hour||$85/hour||$95/hour|
Why shall i book a private car transport from Singapore to Malaysia?
Apart from getting the best service and having the whole car to yourself and your family, it offers you the flexibility to decide on the time and place of pick up. We may propose an alternative pick-up time for popular weekends or holidays.
How to choose the correct private car / taxi company for travelling to Malaysia?
Apart from the price, you may take these into your considerations.
- Commercial Motor Insurance covers both Singapore and West Malaysia (Coverage up to S$500,000). One of ours can be downloaded here
- Vehicle Registration - to prove the vehicle is registered for commercial usage.
- Public Liability Insurance (Coverage up to S$500,000)
- Driver's Vocational License
- For non-Singapore vehicles, a letter from LTA to allow for Singapore Pick up. Usually, it is only applicable for tour buses.
What is the fastest way to send a document to Kuala Lumpur and get it signed back on the same day?
BookMaxiCab.com offers the fastest and most direct delivery option to Kuala Lumpur or any part of West Malaysia. A To-and-fro trip to Kuala Lumpur will usually take 10 hours. If the item is not a document, our driver reserves the right to open and check the contents for suspicious items upon collection.
What is the fastest way to reach Genting Highlands?
BookMaxiCab.com has many experienced drivers and they are capable to reach Genting Highlands from Singapore within 4.5-5 hours.
Which is faster? Car lane or Bus lane.
The bus lane is always faster than the car lane. Usually, it takes us just 20-30 minutes to complete both Singapore and Malaysia immigration via the 2nd Link bus lane. We believe it is because of lesser footfall due to the lack of shopping malls near the 2nd Link.
Why does your price cost more than some other companies?
There are many Malaysians providing similar services. They usually operate with a pre-paid SIM card and without a proper Singapore company registration. They employ young Malaysians who have just gotten their driving licenses and only carry private vehicle insurance. Their operations come at a much lower cost and they are willing to take the high risk to exchange for your booking.
DO NOT RISK YOUR HOLIDAYS! You may get yourself into unnecessary trouble with the authorities. Please engage only legitimate Singapore Transport Companies.
Do you use Malaysia Registered Vehicle or Driver?
No. It is illegal to engage Malaysia Registered Vehicle and Driver for pick up in Singapore. All our drivers are either equipped with Private Driver Vocational License (PDVL) or Bus Driver Vocational License (BDVL), both are issued by Singapore Land Transport Authority. And this means none of our drivers have serious criminal records to prevent them from providing public transport services.
Can you name a few illegal transport companies providing similar services?
You may identify them when they do not have
- A Singapore Company Registration Number
- A Singapore Company Registered Address
- A Singapore phone number. Try calling them on the normal line, it usually has an oversea ring tone
- Public Liability (PL) insurance
- Driver does not have PDVL or BDVL
- Singapore Registered Vehicle with commercial motor insurance
Engage them at your own risk!
- many others ...
7 Most Popular Malaysia Destinations Visited by Singaporeans
These locations are popular landmarks, markets, intercontinental eateries, and exclusive centers where you can watch and experience various activities
1. Johor Bahru
The city of Johor Bahru is one of the biggest cities in Malaysia; it is the capital of Johor State - located in the south of Malay Peninsula. Johor Bahru is close to Singapore; the city has roads that connect to Singapore.
There are a lot of notable places to visit in Johor Bahru; on the city’s waterfront is Istana Besar, a monumental royal palace built by Sultan Abu Bakar in 1866. Traveling from Singapore to Johor Bahru is a straightforward trip.
If you’re traveling with kids, Johor Bahru has several kids’ recreational centers filled with varieties of activities. Nightlife in Johor Bahru is enjoyable, there are many places to go for all-night events.
What to do In Johor Bahru?
Just as the city is very large, it is home to varieties of centers, monuments, and exciting places you would love to check out while in the vicinity.
1. Visit China Town (Tan Hiok Nee Heritage Street)
China Town (Tan Hiok Nee Heritage Street) is a place to find so many aesthetically appealing, Chinese-themed buildings and structures. Also, you will find Chinese foods in this place - if you love trying out foreign foods when you travel, here's a perfect place to get Chinese foods.
2. Take Your Family to The LEGOLAND Malaysia
This is a resort where your kids can play in different parks and play gardens. Legoland is one of the fun-filled places to spend time with your family and kids. A lot of events do go on here, and those activities are all fun. Also, this is the most famous theme park in Johor Bahru.
3. Go Shopping at Johor Premium Outlets
Johor Premium Outlets (JPO) is a mall where you can shop products from various top brands, including Hugo Boss, Emporio Armani, Prada, Versace, and others. The outlets have premium looks and the environment is welcoming; you’d enjoy shopping your stuff here.
4. Enjoy Street Foods at Meldrum Walk
One of the things to do in Johor Bahru is to visit Meldrum Walk and have a taste of some amazing street foods. You can eat in one of the restaurants or order for takeaway. There are several varieties of foods to enjoy on this avenue.
Singapore to Johor Bahru
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Legoland is the best place to visit with your family while in Malaysia. It is a chain of family theme parks furnished with Lego toys. Actually, Legoland is owned and operated by Merlin Entertainments.
It has over 40 rides and attractions playgrounds; in LEGOLAND, there's something for the whole family. Reservations are available so you can book to stay for a number of days in the park.
What to do at LEGOLAND?
There are various activities you can do engage with, at LEGOLAND. Even if you decide not to engage in any, just sitting down at a perfect corner and looking at the beautiful atmosphere is comforting and soothing.
1. Join the Ninjago Quest
LEGO NinjaGO Quest is an event you can register to partake in - with your family. It is not hosted always; it happens occasionally. If this event is no longer active when you visit the park, there are other things to engage with.
2. Book For Sea Life Aquarium Tour
This tour in LEGOLAND is educative and keeps the participants well-engaged. It is storytelling, up-close interactive education journey - showcasing over 25 display tanks in 11 habitat zones. This tour would expose you to over 13,000 sea creatures from 120 species. Feeling hungry? You and your family can enjoy an underwater dining experience!
3. Visit the LEGOLAND Water Park
Kids below 3 years are required to be clothed with special gear when getting into the water park. LEGOLAND water park is really a great place to spend time with your kids. There are various water-themed sports and activities to engage with.
4. LEGOLAND Theme Parks
There are several theme parks in LEGOLAND Malaysia - over 40 of them. Definitely, you'd have a great time here with your entire family. There are games for kids and adults - all fun and exciting. You can book various activities with the combo plans.
Singapore to Legoland
Desaru is a popular Malaysian town, thanks to the Desaru beach, which sits beside the South China Sea. With so much hype about Desaru Beach, the Johor state government is building an integrated tourism area that would cover 1,578 hectares.
The Desaru beach is really one of the fascinating places to visit in Malaysia. The beach is surrounded by resorts, restaurants, and various attractive sights. Also, the beach’s management offers a variety of activities you can engage with.
What to do in Desaru?
From having a taste of good seafood to getting into beach games and water sports, there are pretty lots of activities to keep you engaged at Desaru Beach.
1. Enjoy a Memorable Dining Experience
There are many places to stay and enjoy a memorable dining experience with your partner, team, or family. Dining at Desaru is so much fun - sitting in an exquisite corner and looking out to the beauty of nature while having a bite of well-garnished meals.
2. Book for Adventure Waterpark
Love splashing? The Adventure Waterpark offer in Desaru Beach is right about the most-fun activity to engage with, while at the beach. There are over 20 wet and dry rides, slides, and attractions, where visitors to the Desaru beach can create fond memories that would last for a lifetime
3. Join the ELS Club
Love golfing? The Els Club is where you ought to be if you'd be staying long in Malaysia. Golf at The Els Club Desaru Coast is an experience you'd forever live to remember and tell the story. The Els Club Desaru Coast is a golfing paradise with over 40 golfing holes to try out. Also, here, you'd get to enjoy the stunning views of the ocean, lakes, birds, and jungles.
Singapore to Desaru
Malacca City is the capital of the coastal state of Malacca, in southwestern Malaysia. It is a city with too many attraction centers that draw foreigners. The city of Malacca can be traveled to by bus, from Singapore. The city’s landscape is stunning and appealing; there are affordable hotels to book your stay in the city. Places to visit in Malacca include A Famosa, St. Paul’s Church, Jonker Street Market, and many other appealing locations.
What to do in Malacca?
You could hang out in the Jonker street hood to have some enticing street foods or get into the historical Chinese Temple.
1. Visit the Wonderland Theme Park & Resort
A water-themed park & resort full of beautiful parks for your kids to play around. The resort has provisions for adult activities. This is one of the most pleasant tourist attraction centers in Malaysia. Wonderland Theme Park and Resort is a perfect place to bring the family; plus, there are various hotels to book reservations at a very affordable price.
2. Jonker Street Night Market
How would you visit Malacca and not visit the infamous Jonker Street? You definitely missed out big time if you missed buying stuff from the popular Jonker Street Market. This is a place to find both street foods and intercontinental dishes. You'd also find lots of locally-made products in the Jonker Street Market. There are malls, retail shops, and many local vendors.
3. Cheng Hoon Teng Temple
The Chinese culture is really interesting and their houses are usually aesthetically appealing. While in Malacca, Malaysia, one of the places you should try to visit is the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, which is the oldest temple in the country as a whole.
Interestingly, The Cheng Hoon Teng Temple is still practicing the Three Doctrinal Systems of Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism. The craftsmanship of this temple is top-notch; the temple still beats most structures in the vicinity, in terms of aesthetics.
4. Melaka Straits Mosque
A magnificent masterpiece sitting on a man-made island, the Malacca Strait Mosque is one of the most beautiful mosques in the world; it is such a beauty to behold. The mosque was opened on 24 November 2006 by Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Syed Putra Jamalullail, the Supreme Ruler of Malaysia.
From all angles, the Malacca Straits Mosque is truly a beaut. If you're a Muslim, worshiping in this mosque would leave you with lifelong memories.
5. Pantai Klebang (Klebang Beach)
The white sand dunes at Pantai Klebang are very beautiful to behold. There are also restaurants and hotels surrounding the beach, so visitors to the beach can enjoy a great stay. Every part of this beach is a stunning background to take photographs.
Pantai Klebang is a popular beach adorned with shady trees (perfect for picnics) and has vendors situated at the sides - selling varieties of food & drink. There is also space for sporting activities.
Singapore to Malacca
5. Genting Highlands
This is another awesome location to visit in Malaysia, from Singapore. Hill station city is one of the places you'd find exquisite resorts and casino centers in Malaysia. One of the reasons people visit here is because you get to enjoy crisper, fresher air while enjoying the beautiful view of unspoiled rainforests.
What to do in Genting Highland?
If you won’t be visiting the casino centers, you could chill out in one of the top-notch international hotels/restaurants in the area. Check out these attractions!
1. Visit the First World Hotel & Plaza
This is a shopping complex that comprises a 3-star hotel and a plaza. You would find a lot of things to buy in this complex. There are an indoor theme park, a cineplex, and many award-winning restaurants.
2. Visit Genting Highlands Theme Park
The Genting highlands theme park (Skyworlds theme park) is one of the most beautiful places to be in the world. It is full of exquisite resorts, parks, and plushy centers where kids can play with a lot of items. There are pretty many attraction sights in this theme park; you and your family would have a great time here.
3. Go Shopping at Genting Highlands Premium Outlets
At the end of your enjoyable cable car ride, a premium shopping area is awaiting you. Genting Highlands Premium Outlets is the place to shop for various products from top brands like Moschino, Coach, Prada, Versace, Christian Dior, and many other brands. It is a complex with many stores and malls; there are restaurants too - where you can get in with your family and have a nice meal.
4. Visit the Chin Swee Caves Temple
There are many attractive sights at the Chin Swee Caves Temple. It is a Chinese temple, so its structures are built-in Chinese patterns. The Chin Swee Caves Temple is a great place to visit with your kids. There’s provision for accommodation and there’s a restaurant to eat Chinese meals.
6. Kuala Lumpur
The capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is the most populous city in the country. It is filled with people from different races, countries, and cultures. Kuala Lumpur is also home to too many attractive resorts, parks, and beaches. The city is most popular because of its Twin Towers.
Kuala Lumpur’s Twin Towers remain the tallest twin skyscrapers in the world - built with reinforced concrete, steel, and glass. You’d also find British colonial-era landmarks such as the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, which now serves as a tourist attraction.
What to do in Kuala Lumpur?
Kuala Lumpur is a city blessed with lots of notable landmarks and exquisite resorts. There are truly a lot of things you could do in this city.
1. Visit the Batu Caves
Batu Caves is one of the most popular Hindu shrines located outside India. It is the main temple where the Tamil festival of Thaipusam in Malaysia kicks off. This cave is dedicated to Lord Murugan. Inside the cave lies a lot of other caves, hence the name, Batu Caves. The environment is enchanting and there are lots of activities that go on inside the saves.
2. Chill Out at Menara Kuala Lumpur
Menara Kuala Lumpur is an iconic communications tower completed on 1 March 1995. It is about 421 meters high and stands as the 7th tallest freestanding tower in the world. Atop the tower is an observation deck, two restaurants (Atmosphere 360 and Mega view Banquet Hall), and a function room. The KL Tower is really beautiful from all angles.
3. See The Petronas Twin Towers
Kuala Lumpur's international landmark, the Petronas Twin Towers, remains the world's tallest twin towers - standing at 1,230ft. These towers are the major tourists attractions in Kuala Lumpur. Asides from standing so tall, the Petronas Twin Towers has a lot of resorts that surround its vicinity; so, there are a lot of things to do.
As the name says, this is a bird park - a place to find several varieties of colorful birds. This place is a must-visit for any bird lover; it is home to over 3,000 species of birds, has a beautiful landscape, and there are other fascinating activities you can engage with, while in this park.
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7. Port Dickson
Shortened as PD, and located in southern Kuala Lumpur, Port Dickson is a beautiful town on Malaysia's west coast. Port Dickson is home to some very important centuries-old structures; there's a wildlife reserve and birdwatching spot with a 16th-century lighthouse in PD.
On the East of the reserve is Fort Kempas, which has a 14th- or 15th-century sacred Islamic tomb and megaliths. There are too many historic buildings and monuments in Port Dickson, which makes it one of the most interesting destinations in Malaysia.
What to do in Port Dickson
There are lots of attractive spots in Port Dickson; from the Gold Coast to the Alive 3D Gallery and many other exciting places you could visit alone, or with your family.
Ever experienced live Ostrich racing? If you haven't, this is the time to have a first-hand experience, watching Ostriches run at their pace to win races. The P.D. Ostrich farm is located about a 5km drive away from Lexis Hibiscus, Port Dickson. It is a place to enjoy an unforgettable animal farm experience with your kids.
The farm features ostrich rides & racing, plus ponies & other animals, as well as aquarium adventures. There are hotels around to book reservations, and there are restaurants to enjoy nice intercontinental meals with your team or family.
2. Check Out The Cape Rachado Lighthouse
This hilly cape is one of the most attractive spots for foreigners coming to Malaysia for a stay. It is a gazetted wildlife sanctuary with a 16th-century lighthouse. The lighthouse is poised to be the oldest in the country with a history dating back to when the Portuguese ruled Malacca in the 16th century.
3. View Some 3D Art Works at the Alive 3D Art Gallery
Enjoy arts in another dimension in the Alive 3D Art Gallery; it is the most visited 3D art gallery in the town. The Alive 3D Art Gallery is a quirky art gallery where to pose and take photos within 3D & interactive paintings & murals.
4. Visit the Army Museum
This museum is worth visiting when you’re at Port Dickson. It is a museum that features historical exhibits, a subterranean tunnel, different army/military vehicles, and a memorial fountain.
The environment has so many nice spots to pose and take stunning pictures. Army Museum is one of Malaysia's best museums and a popular tourist attraction.
5. Have a Memorable Nightlife at Rhapsody Lounge
Do you love nightlife experiences? Rhapsody Lounge is a place to have the best nightlife experience in Port Dickson. It is an intercontinental lounge where you can have a taste of great cocktails of different varieties.
Have an unforgettable island experience at Tioman Island. You can get to Tioman Island from Mersing Jetty by ferry. BookMaxiCab.com definitely has a suitable ride to drive you to the Mersing Jetty. Tioman Island is a natural reserve and a popular tourist attraction in Malaysia.
What to do on Tioman Island?
There are pretty lots of attractive resorts to spend time in, while on Tioman Island; nightlight is also fun here.
1. Lounge at the Nipah Beach
The beach at Nipah village is one of the most prominent beaches on the island of Tioman. It sits in the southwest of Tioman - in a subtle area that lets you enjoy the beauty of nature while sitting at the calm sand dunes. There are various resorts around the beach where you can engage in various activities or enjoy intercontinental dishes.
2. Visit Monkey Bay
The Monkey Bay is another exciting place to visit in Tioman; it is quite a busy beach, with so many activities going on. You can trek down to this beach from Panuba, Salang, and ABC beaches. Yes, there are monkeys in the jungles, and hiking is also done on this beach. The Monkey Bay/Beach would leave with an unforgettable lifetime experience.
3. Meet the Fishermen at Genting Village
When you arrive in Tioman, as someone who loves fishing, you should stroll to the Genting Village and meet with the fishermen there. You could even join them to fish. Asides from meeting the fishermen in this village, Genting has nice settings; the atmosphere around the village is soothing.
4. Visit Asah Waterfall
If you love hiking, you'd want to hike down to Asah Waterfall in Tioman. Asah Waterfall is the most popular waterfall on the island and it's one of the first places tourists visits while in Tioman.
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