This long-running travel agency, hotel and cafe occupies the ground floor, with the basic accommodation upstairs – you'll likely be approached by one of their reps on arrival at the bus station. NKS runs daily minib…
This station is on the East Line, which is 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 trai…
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.
No scheduled flights. To enquire about a private air charter here contact SAS Air based at Subang Airport in Kuala Lumpur.
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.
Kuantan's airport, 17km west of the city centre, has flights to/from KLIA and Singapore, with AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines, Firefly and other carriers.
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.
Fans of heritage train stations in Malaysia will be interested to note that the Kuala Lipis station dates to 1926.
Ferry to Tioman. Fares vary depending on season and passenger volume, with tickets falling as low as RM5 one-way.
Long-distance buses arrive and depart from this station, which is located 6km northwest of the city centre