The Queen Street Bus Terminal was officially opened in the year 1985 and originally a centralised terminal under the Green Bus Company. This bus terminal was formerly known as Ban San Bus Terminal and up until today, the Queen Street Bus Terminal was managed by the Singapore Bus Service (SBS) from the year 1973.
Queen Street Bus Terminal is situated just off Ban San Street, Singapore. Bordering the Arab Street, and Rochor Canal Road. Besides that, this bus terminal acts as a centralised terminating point for regular buses between Singapore and Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Queen Street Bus Terminal also serves as a pick-up and drop-off point for private cross-border coach services.
Popular routes from Queen Street Bus Terminal in Singapore
Getting to the Queen Street Bus Terminal is quite accessible through other public transportations such as using the easily accessible MRT services around the area. The nearest MRT Station from the bus terminal is the Bugis MRT Station. Singapore locals and travellers can board the train from the Bugis MRT Station and walk 5 minutes to get to the bus terminal.
Other option is to board the MRT from the Downtown Station to stop at the Queen Street Bus Terminal that takes about 14 minutes or so. Travellers and Singapore locals commuting from the East side of Singapore can board the MRT from the Tuas West Road MRT Station and will arrive at the Queen Street Bus Terminal in less than an hour.
Travellers and Singapore locals can board the only bus operator namely the 707-Inc in Queen Street Bus Terminal to a couple of destinations offered in Malaysia.
Even though the Queen Street Bus Terminal has been around for quite some time, the facilities that they provide are well-kept, up-to-date and complete for the public use. The SBS Transit Office is operating within the bus terminal itself. Other amenities such as the washrooms can be found near the bus park.
The Queen Street Bus Terminal provides a long and sheltered queuing lane for the travellers to use while waiting for their buses. Several ticketing counters for various bus operators are also available along with queuing lanes as well. Bus operators have been provided a bus park to make it easier for the bus drivers to park their vehicles without disrupting the visitors.
Upon arriving at the Queen Street Bus Terminal, travellers can book a ride at the taxi service counter near the bus terminal to get to the places desired.
The Queen Street Bus Terminal serves several buses which travellers can board to and from Malaysia. Taxi services are available as well as a choice for travellers to commute to other places upon arriving at the bus terminal. There is also a MRT station within walking distance from Queen Street Bus Terminal as well. Other complete and functional facilities are also provided for the comfort of the public use.
Feel free to browse through our Easybook website to review available bus schedules and purchasing your bus tickets has been made easier within queueing up at the counter!
Queen Street Bus Terminal, Ban San St, Singapore 884001