Easybook.com – buy local bus, KTM train & ferry tickets online

During school holidays or the festive seasons in Malaysia, I’m sure the first thing that came to mind if you think of taking a bus or train to travel, is what a hassle to go down to KL Sentral or Hentian Duta, queue up to buy tickets and what’s worst than that, is to go all the way there to find out the tickets are sold out. Fret not, now with Easybook.com, you can buy bus tickets, train and even ferry tickets to various locations within Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand at the comfort of your own home. Finally, a reliable online ticketing service for us Malaysians!

http://www.easybook.com/affiliate_easibook/affiliate_forward_link.aspx?page=Homepage&source=webmaya

Easybook simplifies the search for the cheapest fare by combining more than 150 bus companies in Malaysia and Singapore under one roof. Simply by registering online, you can buy bus tickets from bus operators such as Transnasional, Plusliner, Nice, Adik Beradik and etc to various location throughout Malaysia (from K.Lumpur, Genting Highlands, Kelantan, Kedah, Penang, Johor etc.) and Singapore. Not only that, you can also book boat or ferry tickets to Pulau Tioman &  Pulau Perhentian or KTM train tickets to Hat Yai via Easybook.

Choosing a seat on Easybook.com
Choosing a seat on Easybook.com
Payment options on Easybook.com
Payment options on Easybook.com

Payment can be made using a debit or credit card and PayPal with no extra charges, but if you were to choose Option 3 which is to use online bank transfer such as Maybank2u or CIMB Clicks, there will be additional 1% charges on top of the displayed total amount.

http://www.easybook.com/affiliate_easibook/affiliate_forward_link.aspx?page=Homepage&source=webmaya
Easybook.com also comes in an app form for your phone, just download it from iTunes or Google Play store for free.

Try it out yourself, search for your transport of choice and compare fares via Easybook.com

Reminder : Do printout your E-ticket that you receive via email before boarding your bus or train. If you failed to do so, the ticketing counter will charge RM 0.50 for every ticket printed.


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