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Bus to Tanjung Gemuk
Bus/Coach Singapore - Tanjung Gemuk - SingaporeNOTE: Busy season is June to September!
Looking to go to Tanjung Gemok by bus? Several bus companies go from Singapore direct to Tanjung Gemok in about 3.5 hours.
You can buy your bus tickets by visiting one of the bus company offices, or by booking online using this direct bus ticket booking form.
Once you've reached Tanjung Gemuk, just disembark from the bus, walk to the ferry terminal just opposite and make your way to the ticket counter.
At the counter, just show your ferry ticket transaction details. You'll then receive your ferry tickets and boarding passes.
You can use this bus booking form for bus trips through Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand
Use Google Maps of Malaysia to select your bus stops.
Ferry tickets booked for a Mersing departure to Tioman are also valid for Tanjung Gemuk (NOTE: Provided, the ferry for Tanjung Gemuk is not yet fully booked of course). Just let us know 1 week beforehand that you prefer departing from Tanjung Gemuk. We'll try our best to have your ferry tickets ready for collection at our Tanjung Gemuk counter.
Please note, all bus ticket rates are subject to change.
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NOTE: Advance bookings made for Tanjung Gemuk may need to be amended to depart by Mersing ferry, rather than Tanjung Gemok. This is due to recent changes in Pahang maritime regulations, requiring a reduction in seats in the Tanjung Gemuk vessel.
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