AEROLINE FROM SINGAPORE TO KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA

Hello guys! How cool is riding a bus just to go in another country? Don’t you just hate airplanes when you get so much of those turbulence happening while you fly? It is like the end of the world thinking that you’re gonna die in any way possible since you’re flying. Ok right! I’m exaggerating things already. But to be honest with you guys, I have this nightmares or can’t sleep when I know I have a flight the next day. It is totally terrifying but if you  have other choice just to be in another country then why not right?

Yes! Introducing Aeroline Coach Bus. They do trips from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur Malaysia and vice versa for a very affordable prices with all the facilities and comfortness you can have while travelling! Sounds great right? It is indeed my first time also to ride a coach bus going to Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Usually we fly jetstar from Singapore to KL. It will take 45minutes for a plane ride plus another hour I think riding a taxi cab from the KL airport to the city. For the bus ride, it took us 1 hour and a half or 2 after we finished all the immigration stops and queuing with the other tourists buses. Then after all of those ICA clearance the next 5 to 6 hours bus ride starts.

It’s not that bad at all riding Aeroline coach bus for 6 hours with their complete and good facilities that will totally entertain you and will make you enjoy the ride.

All the seats can be expanded/slanted makes you feel like riding the business class in an airplane! All the chairs as well are equipped with tv monitors with wide variety and choices of different channels, movies and documentaries that you can watch and listen to the whole journey from Singapore to KL.

Here’s my daughter watching movie. So relaxed, chilling out and enjoying the bus ride.

Upon doing the reservations or buying the tickets online, They will ask you if you want food to be serve to you in the journey and you can ask for vegetarian foods as well. The food served is Halal by their Halal-certified caterers. Aeroline doesn’t have wifi onboard but I guess they’re working on that already. It would be so much fun if they already have wifi for those who wants to finish their work and don’t waste time right? Their office is at the second floor of Harbour front Centre just beside the Batam fast ticket booth in Singapore where you can find the cruise. Looking forward to ride this bus again! Totally recommend this to everyone! With all the comfort and entertainment, This is the one!

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Speaking of Singapore, Totally missing my friends also who’s been a good family to me through all the years we stayed in Singapore and in Dover Parkview. This was the last photo w/c my sister took for us before we leave. Not all the girls were here but I want you guys to know that I miss you all bunch!

Another scenery that my family misses is this wonderful view of the big swimming pool and take note this photo is together with our Tower Where we used to live. Trying to work out where’s ours though, Thanks for taking sometime of your’s as well to read my blog of mine My first ever blog giveaway will be finish tomorrow So hope you guys can join! It’s not too late at all! You might be the lucky one!  Our house hunting is still on process and it’s getting complicated But will make sure we’re going to choose the best condo to be our next home! Thanks guys! God Bless x0x0 =D

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22 thoughts on “AEROLINE FROM SINGAPORE TO KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA

  1. I’ve experienced travelling by bus to another country twice. One was from Thailand to Laos and the other was from Thailand to Cambodia. My say? Bus travel is just as enjoyable than airline. In fact much better in some sense.Travelling by bus gets to stop somewhere else where one can try local delicacies, or just simply take pictures of the beautiful sights around.

  2. That kind of transpo is an added attraction in SG.. let’s hope we’ll have buses like these in Philippines someday..

  3. would love to ride in that comfty bus even for a long day 🙂 We should also have that kind of high end buses here in the Phils 🙂

  4. I like long travels, especially seeing views along the way. If only Philippine highways are wider, this could be a big hit in our country.

  5. Personally I’d prefer flying by air to a destination simply because of the time it saves, but I’d think about taking the bus from KL to Singapore if ever I travel there in the future.

  6. This is an amazing trailer bus!! External and internal features are excellent and high-end especially the facilities you can enjoy while on the road.

  7. Same sentiments with Kenneth. If only the streets and highways of Metro Manila doesn’t experience traffic, I’m sure aeroline would be a hit here. ^_^

  8. If it is in the Philippines I will prefer airplane,The bus has the features of an airliner, I hope it is as fast as airline could travel, the advantages of bus is the sight seeing, the disadvantage is the back pains, But as I see it looks comfortable to ride it

  9. how much will it cost in dollars? Hi Miss.. your blog is a one stop shop for a Singapore trip guide.. Keep it up! 🙂

  10. wow! looking comfy and fab!

    more sooo with their tagline.

    The convenient way to fly.

    I love long bus rides, most of the time, I prefer not having any TV’s on it.

    The countryside views is much better.

    But if you ask me, I’d always sign up for a plane ride.

    As Superman had said, the safest way to travel is to fly. 🙂

  11. Is this new? I haven’t heard of the coach buses before. I only know about the regular buses from SG to KL that we have rode twice when we were there. 🙂

  12. This got me all curious. I’ve been to Singapore twice now. But haven’t been to KL yet. Should I visit either, I’ll definitely look into trying Aeroline. It looks very cozy from your photos. Looks classy too! 🙂 By the way, how much does it cost per way or roundtrip?

  13. Wow! fully loaded ang bus, I can do with 3 to 4 hours bus trip pero more than that , baka ma-bored na ako even with all of that entertaining facilities.

  14. Riding Aeroline Coach Bus is way better than an airplane! Indeed a journey with Nice executive coach and lots of gadgets to enjoy.

  15. Feels like riding a business class on plane. I think I rode a similar bus from SG to KL though at that time there was still no TV.

  16. That’s a very posh bus! I wouldn’t mind the 6-hour ride too if it were as comfortable as that. Plus you get food served too just as if you were on a plane! Such an awesome idea! 😀

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