The Shuttle Tebrau 93dn is the most popular evening train departing at 9.30pm from JB Sentral to Woodlands CIQ, usually being the first train to sell out among all Shuttle Tebrau trains in a day due to its convenient timing for those who wish to maximise their time in Malaysia before heading back to Singapore.
The departure screen at Gate A for the Shuttle Tebrau trains.
Heading to an empty Gate A after most of the queuing crowd has cleared the passport gates.
Heading to the passport gates at Gate A to board the Shuttle Tebrau.
The welcome screen of the Shuttle Tebrau passport gate.
Scanning my passport at the gate in place of the ticket.
My passport is accepted according to my ticket, and the gate opens for me.
Heading down the escalator for Malaysia departure immigration.
Once done, it’s back to the waiting room.
The gates to the platform opened 7 minutes before departure.
Heading down to Platform 4.
23111 Maju heads the Shuttle Tebrau 93dn from JB Sentral to Woodlands CIQ.
The casted nameplate of 23111 Maju.
Boarding the coach after taking the locomotive’s photo.
The interior of the ASC (Hyundai-Padu Sedia) attached on the Shuttle Tebrau.
The Shuttle Tebrau 93dn departed from JB Sentral at 9.28pm – 2 minutes earlier than scheduled.
Passing by the Permaisuri Zarith Sofiah Opera House.
Though it looks like there is no traffic on the Causeway, this only means that traffic is backlogged before the checkpoint, especially with passengers hoarded in the bus hall when no buses are moving to pick them up, especially on Sunday nights.
Heading into Woodlands Checkpoint.
Passing by the last bushes before entering Woodlands Train Checkpoint.
The Shuttle Tebrau 93dn arrived in Woodlands CIQ at 9.33pm – 2 minutes earlier than scheduled.
Overall, another quick and easy 5 minute ride across from Malaysia to Singapore with the Shuttle Tebrau, worth the camping online 30 days before departure at 8.30am to secure this “insurance” especially on a Sunday night back to Singapore.