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Another good bus ticketing agent you may want to try is :
Busonlineticket are one of the largest ticketing agents in Malaysia and offer a simple and cost effective way to purchase your bus seats before arriving at the sometimes busy and confusing bus stations here in Malaysia.
Malaysia and Singapore have dozens and dozens of private bus companies, offering bus tickets to every town and city, so being able to sit down in front of your computer or mobile and see which buses go where and at what time, is a lot easy than just turning up at the bus station and hoping to catch the next bus to ......
They also sell bus tickets from Singapore, KTM Train Tickets, Ferry Tickets, Sightseeing Tours, Airport Transfers, Bus Charter, Hotel Bookings and Attraction Tickets in most popular destinations in the region.
Booking bus tickets online in Malaysia is easy to do and often you will get a discount on the counter price you would pay at the bus station ticketing agents.
It also means you can avoid the ticket touts that will often be misleading and try to get you to book the highest price buses so they can earn more commission.
Once you have made your booking online, you will be sent an e-mail by the booking agent with all the details and a printable version of your tickets.
Bus tickets, once purchased online will need to be printed out (in most cases) and taken with you to the bus station to be shown before boarding your bus.
Please check the conditions with the agent so you know exactly what to do with your booking / e-ticket.
Most of the time no.
You will often find you can just turn up and get a bus within a short space of time to your next destination - especially if it is only a short bus journey.
For longer journeys with less frequent departures it is advisable to book as far in advance as you can.
This is especially true at certain times of the year - ie Chinese New Year, School Holidays - when all popular routes will be sold out well in advance.