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Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS)

Ben van Wijnen


Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS)

 

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The Terminal Bersepadu Selatanis is the latest bus station in Kuala Lumpur. The TBS bus terminal mainly targets travelers traveling to the south of Kuala Lumpur to places such as Johor Bahru, Melaka, Singapore and Mersing. Travelers to the north use the Pudu Sentral terminal (Puduraya). Travelers at this Terminal Bersepadu Selatan will also notice that other forms of public transport are available. Three train services, the metro, a commuter train, airport transport and city buses regularly stop at the TBS bus station. In addition, a number of taxis are waiting outside the terminal.
The TBS bus terminal is exceptionally flawless in all arrival and departure times. They are clearly mentioned on numerous screens, which can be seen by everyone. Buying tickets is a piece of cake on the system. Tickets can be purchased at the counter or online. Passengers are advised to be present at Terminal Bersepadu Selatan about time prior to departure. The Terminal Bersepadu Selatan is located just over six kilometers outside the city center and is right next to the Bandar Tasik Selatan Railway Station.

 

The Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS bus terminal) looks more like an airport than a bus station. You can spend the waiting time before your bus departure with shopping, eating in restaurants or drinking a refreshing drink. There are ATMs, WiFi, luggage lockers and children's rooms in the TBS bus terminal.
Unlike Pudu Sentral, this bus station is not in the city center, but 30 minutes south of it. So try to take a bus in time. It is advisable to depart from the city center about 1 hour before departure.

 

Since the partial closing of most of the bus lines of the Putra Bus Terminal, TBS has also undertaken the operations of eastern buses to destinations such as Kota Bahru, Kuala Terengganu and Jerteh, Kuala Besut (jetty to Perhentian Islands) and Mersing (jetty to Tioman Island). After Puduraya - now called Pudu Sentral - was renovated and reopened in 2011, it only serves buses to the north.

The official name of this bus station is "Terminal Bersepadu Selatan - Bandar Tasik Selatan" or abbreviated "TBS-BTS". This is certainly not a catchy name for a bus terminal. So everyone calls it "TBS".
Bandar Tasik Selatan is the area of KL in which the bus station is located. Translated, this means "Southern Lake of the City". The adjacent LRT station is also called "Bandar Tasik Selatan". TBS uses the word "Selatan" in the name for buses to the south, which means "South".

 

Here are some examples of departing and arriving buses:

Departing buses from KL (TBS) Arriving buses from KL (TBS)
   
from the South:  
Kuala Lumpur - Singapore Singapore - Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur - Johor Bahru Johor Bahru - Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur- Melaka Mersing - Kuala Lumpur
  Melaka - Kuala Lumpur
   
From the East Coast:  
Kuala Lumpur - Mersing (naar Tioman?) Kuala Terengganu - Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur - Kuala Terengganu Jerteh - Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur - Jerteh (naar de Perhentian) Kota Bharu - Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur - Kota Bharu  

How do you get from TBS to KL city center?

To Bukit Bintang:
Take the LRT (directly next to TBS) to Hang Tuah. From there you can walk about 10 minutes (you have to cross a few main roads) or take the monorail (the station is right next to the LRT station) to Bukit Bintang.
To Puduraya: (Pudu Sentral) busterminal Take the LRT (right next to TBS) to Plaza Rakyat. The station is right behind the bus station. From here you can also walk to Chinatown in 10 minutes or to Bukit Bintang in 15 minutes.
To Pasar Senir:
Take the LRT (right next to TBS) to the LRT station Masjid Jamek. Get off there and change to Kelana Jaya LRT (station is on top). It is only 1 stop from there to Pasar Seni.
To KL Sentral:
Take the LRT (right next to TBS) to the LRT station Masjid Jamek. Get off there and change to Kelana Jaya LRT (station is on top). Two stops further is KL Sentral.
Alternatively you can take KTM Komuter train to KL Sentral (beware, because these KTM trains only run every 30 minutes).

The Kuala Lumpur Light Rail Transit, called LRT, is a public rail transport service that runs two major routes, the Kelana Jaya LRT line and Ampang LRT line. The Kelana Jaya LRT line operates an approximate 27km course from north to south, between Kelana Jaya (in the Klang Valley, 17km away from the heart of KL) and Gombak (16km from the city centre).
Both routes start at the Sentul Timur LRT Station in the north of Kuala Lumpur, with the first route ending in Sri Petaling in the south, while the second course ends in Ampang in the eastern suburbs of the city.


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