There are several ways to enter Johor by road. The main ones are:
– Johor Causeway; 2nd link
– North South Expressway
– Federal Trunk Road (Route 1)
– East Coast Trunk Road (Route 3)
– West Coast Trunk Road Route 5)
Johor Bahru is the entry point to Malaysia from Singapore. From here, most major cities and towns are accessible via rail.
Located at Senai about 32km from Johor Bahru is Sultan Ismail Airport. Malaysia Airlines flies to JB from Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Terengganu, Kuantan and Kuching. Air Asia flies to JB from Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Terengganu, Kuantan and Kuching.
The following are the sea entry points into Johor.
– Johor Bahru International Ferry Terminal (Johor Bahru district)
– Pasir Gudang (Johor Bahru district)
– Kukup (Pontian district)
– Muar (Muar district)
– Tanjung Belungkor (Kota Tinggi district)
– Tanjung Pengelih (Kota Tinggi district)
Bus services from major cities and towns run several times to Pasir Gudang Bus Terminal. Bukit Layang-layang is just a brisk walk from the terminal. There are free shuttle services provided from the terminal to the festival site.
Johor has lots of metered taxis. However, some drivers will take you around for an agreed fare. The fare is about RM20-RM30 to Pasir Gudang
Make your way to Pasir Gudang using the JB-Pasir Gudang Highway which about 28 km from Johor Bahru