By Land : 4 hours from Kuala Lumpur via the North-South Expressway. Exit through Senai North (Exit 253) Interchange (PLUS), and then make your way through the Senai-Desaru Expressway (E22) heading towards Desaru / Tg. Balau.

By Flight: Take a flight from KLIA to Senai International Airport, Johor (approx. 45 minutes) then another one-hour drive to Desaru / Tg. Balau via Senai Desaru Expressway (E22).

To travel from Singapore to Desaru, you have a few transportation options. Here are the most common ways to reach Desaru from Singapore:

  1. Private Car or Taxi: The most convenient way to travel from Singapore to Desaru is by private car or taxi. You can hire a private car service or take a taxi from Singapore directly to Desaru. The journey typically takes around 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on traffic conditions and the specific destination within Desaru.
  2. Ferry: There are ferry services available from Singapore to Desaru Coast Ferry Terminal. You can take a ferry from Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal in Singapore to Ferry Terminal in Desaru. The ferry journey takes only 90 minutes.
  3. Bus: You can also take a bus from Singapore to Desaru. There are bus services that operate from various locations in Singapore to Desaru. The buses typically depart from major bus terminals such as Singapore Flyer, Golden Mile Complex, or Resorts World Sentosa. The journey by bus takes around 2 to 2.5 hours, depending on traffic and the specific route taken.
  4. Combination of Bus and Taxi: Another option is to take a bus from Singapore to Johor Bahru, such as Larkin Sentral Bus Terminal, and then transfer to a taxi or private car for the remaining journey to Desaru. This option provides flexibility and allows you to choose your preferred mode of transportation for different parts of the journey.

It’s important to check the schedules, availability, and any travel restrictions for the chosen mode of transportation before your trip. Additionally, it’s advisable to have the necessary travel documents, such as passports and visas, depending on your nationality and the requirements of both Singapore and Malaysia.

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