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VTL Land increase to 3420 people daily

VTL Land between Singapore and Malaysia will be increased from 2,160 people to 3,420 people starting Monday, 14 March 2022.

This would allow even more fully vaccinated people to travel across the Causeway without being subject to quarantine and other related requirements. This announcement follows the previous increase of capacities from 50% to 100% on 16 February 2022.The sale of bus tickets for the additional daily quota will begin on Friday, 11 March 2022 for travel from Monday, 14 March 2022 onwards.

Malaysia’s designated bus operator will continue to operate the VTL By Land to Singapore from the Larkin Terminal in Johor Bahru.Passengers will still be subject to existing VTL Land travel requirements including the pre-departure (PDT) tests and on-arrival tests (OAT).

Bus Company : Causeway Linkhttps://vtl.causewaylink.com.my/
ServiceQueen Street Bus Terminal (SG)
<->Larkin (JB)
Travel Date14 Mar – 10 Apr
Ticket Release Date11 Mar 2022
Bus Company : Transtarhttps://www.transtar.travel/
ServiceWoodland Bus Interchange (SG)
<->Larkin (JB)
Travel Date14 Mar – 31 Mar
Ticket Release Date11 Mar 2022

When booking a ticket, what information is required?

Email Address
Contact Number
Passenger information (Name, Gender, Date of Birth, Nationality, Passport number and Passport Expired Date)

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