The state of Selangor is made up of nine districts including Gombak, Hulu Langat, Hulu Selangor, Kuala Selangor, Petaling, Sabak Bernam, Sepang and Klang. The name Klang is usually associated with great food and as the main gateway by sea to enter Malaysia at Port Klang. Klang actually has a lot to offer from a tourist attraction’s point of view for the entire family. You don’t have to travel far in order to book a bus ticket to Klang Sentral Bus Terminal, or to other states in Peninsular Malaysia. All you need is a Wi-Fi connection to log on to Easybook.com and choose your destinations by following this simple guide on how to complete the process. Continue reading to find out which bus operators you can ride with at Klang Sentral Bus Terminal and things you can do around the station as well.
Compared to the other stations in Selangor, Klang Sentral Bus Terminal is considered relatively new. For those living in Klang, travelling has been super convenient with the new transportation hub of Klang Sentral Bus Terminal located by Jalan Meru for the convenience of the people in Klang, as well as those from Shah Alam and Puncak Alam. There are no trains available nearby, so you would need to take a taxi to the terminal. Alternatively, you may opt to take bus number 753 from Shah Alam and alight at the Rapid KL bus stops at the station.
You will be able to find plenty of facilities at the terminal and there are air-conditioned lounges and service areas provided at Klang Sentral Bus Terminal for the convenience of travellers at the station. Get yourself updated with the schedule for your bus arrivals and departures through the public address system in the covered bus terminal. There are also LCD TVs fitted with an electronic coach information system, plus toilets with changing rooms for babies and ample parking space.
Travel to various terminals around Peninsular Malaysia from Klang Sentral Bus Terminal soon as you purchase your bus tickets on Easybook. Tell us where you want to go, make the payment and we will do the rest for you. Below are some of the routes and terminals that operates to and fro the Klang bus station for you to choose from.
Klang Sentral Bus Terminal – Johor Bahru, Johor: Causeway Link Express, Cepat & Cekap Express, D’Amour Enterprise, Era Mesra Express (Klang), Hidayah Sutera Travel & Tours Sdn Bhd, Mayang Sari, Nurzie Cahaya Enterprise, QJ Express, SE Super Ekspres, Starmart Express, Transnasional
Klang Sentral Bus Terminal – Perlis: Hidayah Sutera Travel & Tours Sdn Bhd, Transnasional
Klang Sentral Bus Terminal – Kedah: D’Amour Enterprise, Danish Trans Klang, Era Mesra Express (Klang), Hidayah Sutera Travel & Tours Sdn Bhd, Nurzie Cahaya Enterprise, SE Super Ekspres, Shira Transliner (Klang & Shah Alam), Transnasional
Klang Sentral Bus Terminal – Penang: D’Amour Enterprise, Danish Trans Klang, Era Mesra Express (Klang), Hidayah Sutera Travel & Tours Sdn Bhd, Nurzie Cahaya Enterprise, SE Super Ekspres, Transnasional
If you are travelling into Selangor through Klang Sentral Bus Terminal, you are most likely to come across plenty of pre-war buildings by the Klang railway station for some great photography opportunities. Make your way to the Little India District to shop for things that are priced reasonably from textiles to food delicacies. These items sold in the district are sold at amazing and competitive wholesale pricing, driving demands from tourists and locals. If you love shopping, then GM Klang Wholesale City must join your list of things to do in Klang. The name itself is pretty self-explanatory, it is a 10-storey high wholesale complex opened in 2009 located at Bandar Botanic Capital with over 1,000 wholesalers available.
Stwo Bundle is where you can find second-hand clothes and shoes because one man's trash is another man's treasure. Another place you will end up spending plenty of time is at Perangsang Jati where you will find lots of collectables and trinkets from mirrors to store signs, you can find them all here at cheap prices without having to go to a fancy gift shop. If you are into vintage, then drop by Wah Sang Brothers shop which has been open since 1930 for classic watches at great prices under RM100.
The legendary Hainanese coffee shop of Chong Kok Kopitiam situated across the commuter station at Jalan Stesen is a long-time favourite for the old timers and locals to have a cuppa and toast to start the day. It has become a treasure for the people in the district of Klang. You must also check out Yap Kee Coffeeshop where you will find an Indian stall serving a delicious banana leaf meal as you sip on a refreshing glass of teh tarik. This is a truly Malaysian sight to witness when you get to eat Indian food in a Chinese coffee shop.
Take it easy as you take a brisk walk around Tanjung Harapan at Bandar Sultan Suleiman as you look out over the sea or sit to wait for sunset with the other locals who are there to take a breather from the city life.
Whether you are heading into Klang to try out the interesting fried porridge dish or hopping onto a Plusliner bus to Ipoh to check out Yasmin at Kong Heng Museum by Jalan Sultan Yussuf, you only need Easybook to help you get to that plan. Book your bus tickets online to and fro Klang Sentral Bus Terminal within the comfort of your own home without having to deal with the traffic. We look forward to serving you soon!