I am planning to travel to Kuala Lumpur next week but can’t figure out a trusted source online to

book a bus ticket. So any help?

asked 02 Mar '17, 21:54

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edited 02 Mar '17, 21:55

Hope you are doing great.

There are in fact many online portals which offer bus booking service. However, not all of them can be relied on. If there are those who offer seats at a cheap price, they are unaware of the term secure online transactions. If there are those who provide security, their prices are touching the sky.

But there are some good, reliable and better bus portals as well. Some of them are catchthatbus.com, redbus.my, easybook, etc.


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answered 02 Mar '17, 22:17

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Here are a few online bus ticket portals you can refer to: catchthatbus.com, redbus.com, busonlineticket.com, and easybook.com. These are the ones that are widely used and they cover trips between Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.

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