Traveling between Singapore and Malaysia

| February 2, 2017

You probably live in Singapore but you have to commute most of the times to Malaysia because you work there. It is not a problem if you have a reliable and fast transportation system. Not only the public transportation should be comfortable and safe, the booking system should also be improved so passengers will have easy time and experience to buy the tickets for their trip.

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The Current Condition

Such a case happens with the train schedule from Woodland to JB Sentral. Woodland is located in Singapore while JB (Johor Bharu) is located in Malaysia. Those two places aren’t far to each other; it takes at least 35 minutes to reach each other but if you rely on the traffic and the road situation, you may have to spend extra time. No one can predict what is going to happen and the traffic can always change.

If you drive your own car and the traffic isn’t packed or jammed, you can always reach your destination in within 40 minutes. But when there is congestion, don’t be too surprised if you have to travel to 2 hours to finally reach your destination – and it happens because of the traffic jam.

The Train Enjoyment

Traffic and busy traffic is one of the main reasons why people like to use the train. Since the train has its own track and it doesn’t depend on the traffic situation, you can always reach your destination in a timely manner – and you don’t need to waste any energy or time for the long wait.

Not to mention that everything is made easy with the existence of online reservation website like http://www.easybook.com/en-sg/train/booking/woodland-to-jbsentral. When you come to this website, you can manage your schedule online and you don’t need to deal with the manual system anymore.

The www.easybook.com/en-sg/train/booking/woodland-to-jbsentral is designed for a reason and it is to make your traveling management easier.  You only need to fill in the information and you will see lists of different schedules.

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