Starmart Express: Golden Mile Tower Singapore to Terminal One Seremban by Night Bus

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As compared with Kuala Lumpur, Seremban isn’t a very popular destination from Singapore with just a handful of companies doing the direct run. Quite unsurprisingly, Starmart Express is the only company offering a midnight departure from Singapore to Seremban, so I didn’t have to consider much to travel with them once again.

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Heading to check-in at the Starmart Express counter with my Easybook booking.

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My ticket for the Starmart Express bus ride from Golden Mile Tower Singapore to Terminal One Seremban. No transfer of buses were needed – Bus 39 is ALE6666.

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Sitting at the steps to wait for my bus as I had checked in early.

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Just before 11.59pm, my ALE6666 bus pulled in to the driveway.

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The clean interior of Starmart’s ALE6666.

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My single Seat 19 for this trip.

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Starmart’s single deck buses are standardised at 9 rows of a total of 27 seats, so there’s ample space to stretch out as compared with the usual 30-seater Super VIP buses in Malaysia.

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The legroom on board Starmart Express.

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The view of the half-empty bus from my seat. Guess Seremban really isn’t a popular destination from Singapore.

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Departing from Golden Mile Tower.

Like all Starmart Express buses from Singapore, the bus used Tuas Checkpoint to enter Malaysia which was pretty much hassle-free.

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The bus arrived at opposite Terminal One Seremban at 4.45am, making this a total journey time of 4 hours and 45 minutes.

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Terminal One Seremban is still sleepy at this time, though there is quite a slow but steady stream of arriving buses from all around Malaysia too.

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Here, I had a super early breakfast at the mamak beside the Petronas before walking over to Seremban Railway Station to catch the Komuter Ekspres into KL.

Overall, another simple ans fuss-free journey with Starmart Express despite heading to a different destination than usual.


Some possible booking methods for Malaysian domestic and international (to and from Singapore and Thailand) buses are:

Hotel Booking
Tempahan Hotel

Attractions Booking
Tempahan Tarikan

  • Klook (Get FREE S$5/RM15 voucher for your first purchase when you sign up here! *subject to exchange rate)

How do I book tickets online?
Bagaimanakah saya menempah tiket dalam talian?

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