This long-running travel agency, hotel and travellers' cafe occupies the ground floor, with the basic accommodation upstairs (rooms from R15) – you'll likely be approached by one of their reps on arrival at the bus …
On the East Line, also known as the 'jungle railway'. All northbound trains go via Kuala Lipis and Gua Musang to Wakaf Baharu – the closest station to Kota Bharu. There are also sleeper trains south Johor Bahru.
Ferries depart for Tioman from this terminal, 35km north of Mersing. This route is useful if coming from the north and is less affected by tides than the one at Mersing.
Runs daily direct buses from Kuala Lumpur's TBS bus station at 4am and 9pm and from Tanjong Gemok Jetty at 12.30pm and 6pm. The journey takes around five hours.
You can use a return ticket to Tioman to depart from Tanjung Gemok and sail back to Mersing (where the company also operates boats), or vice-versa.
No scheduled flights. To enquire about a private air charter here contact SAS Air (www.sassb.com.my) based at Subang Airport in Kuala Lumpur.
Kuantan's airport, 17km west of the city centre, has flights to/from KLIA, SkyPark Subang Terminal and Penang.
Din charges RM70 for a taxi to Kuantan. Taxis to resorts outside town cost about RM30.
Long-distance buses arrive and depart from here, 6km northwest of the city centre
Local and long-distance buses arrive and depart from this new station.