There are three way to travel from Penang to Singapore:
- By Plane: The quickest but most expensive option.
- By Train: The slowest option because you need to change train 3 times to reach Singapore.
- By Bus: The cheapest way to travel from Penang to Singapore and faster than travelling by train.
Bus Times to Singapore
There are three bus services a day from Penang to Singapore which are available to book online, two departing from Penang Island and one departing from Butterworth Bus Station on the mainland:
- Travel times from Penang Island to Singapore:
|09:35||19:35||97.00 MYR||New Asian Travel|
|21:00||07:00||97.00 MYR||New Asian Travel|
- New Asian Travel bus services are scheduled to complete the journey from Penang to Singapore in 10 hours 00 minutes.
- Travel times from Butterworth Bus Station to Singapore:
|21:00||06:55||79.00 MYR||Sri Maju Group|
- Sri Maju Group bus services are scheduled to complete the journey from Penang to Singapore in 9 hours 55 minutes.
Buy Tickets to Singapore
Use the Search Box below to buy your bus tickets from Penang to Singapore.
New Asian Travel Penang Bus Station
New Asian Travel bus services to Singapore depart from outside the New Asian Travel office on the ground floor of the Komtar Tower in George Town, Penang.
Sri Maju Group Penang Bus Station
Sri Maju Group bus services to Singapore depart from Penang Sentral Bus Station which you can easily reach by taking the commuter ferry from George Town in Penang.
Singapore Bus Stop
Both New Asian Travel and Sri Maju Group bus services from Penang terminate at the Golden Mile Complex in Singapore.
About National Gallery Singapore
Opened on 24 November 2015, National Gallery Singapore has the largest collection of Singaporean and South East Asian artwork in the world arranged over a floor area of 64,000 square metres. The gallery is open from 10:00 to 19:00 from Saturday to Thursday and 10:00 to 21:00 on Fridays. Entry is free Singapore nationals and permanent residents and costs $20 SGD for everyone else.
The National Gallery Singapore is located within two historic buildings: the Supreme Court Building, constructed in 1936 in a Neoclassical architectural design, and the former City Hall, opened in 1929 also designed in a Neoclassical style. The National Gallery Singapore has two permanent galleries, the DBS Singapore Gallery and the UOB Southeast Asia Gallery, and gallery spaces devoted to temporary exhibitions. The DBS Singapore Gallery feature Singapore art dating back to the 19th Century to the modern day. The UOB Southeast Asia Gallery focuses on concepts related to national identity, traditional cultures and transformations to the modern age expressed through art across the South East Asia Region.