Travel from Sungai Nibong to Ipoh

By bus the journey from Sungai Nibong, which is where the main bus station on Penang Island is located, to Ipoh is scheduled to take 2 hours 6 minutes.

Bus Times from Sungai Nibong to Ipoh

There are 19 direct bus services a day from Sungai Nibong to Ipoh which are available to book online.

Sungai NibongIpohCostCompany
08:3010:3626 MYRBillion Stars Express
09:0011:0626 MYRBillion Stars Express
09:0011:0626 MYRKPB Express
10:0012:0626 MYRBillion Stars Express
12:0014:0626 MYRBillion Stars Express
13:3015:3626 MYRBillion Stars Express
14:3016:3626 MYRBillion Stars Express
15:0017:0621 MYRPerak Transit
15:3017:3626 MYRBillion Stars Express
16:3018:3626 MYRBillion Stars Express
16:4518:5123 MYRSri Maju
18:3020:3626 MYRBillion Stars Express
19:3021:3626 MYRBillion Stars Express
20:3022:3626 MYRBillion Stars Express
21:0023:0626 MYRBillion Stars Express
21:4523:5126 MYRBillion Stars Express
22:3000:3626 MYRBillion Stars Express
22:4500:5126 MYRBillion Stars Express
23:0001:0626 MYRBillion Stars Express

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Sungai Nibong Bus Station

Bus services to Ipoh depart from Terminal Bus Sungai Nibong, Jalan Sungai Dua, Kampung Dua Bukit, 11900 Gelugor, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia.

Google Map of Terminal Bus Sungai Nibong

Melaka Bus Station

Bus services from Sungai Nibong to Ipoh terminate at AmanJaya Bus Terminal.

Google Map of AmanJaya Bus Terminal

About Travel to Ipoh

With a population of around 700,000 permanent residents, Ipoh is Malaysia’s fourth largest city, and by coincidence it is also Malaysia’s fourth most popular tourist destination after Kuala Lumpur, George Town in Penang, and Melaka. Ipoh has emerged as a tourist destination gradually over the last ten or so years. Before that Ipoh was generally thought of an economically depressed city having suffered a severe financial downturn following the crash in tin prices on the world market in the 1970s.

During the last two decades of the Nineteenth Century, Ipoh was a prosperous and vibrant town attracting immigrants from all over the world, particularly the Chinese and the British Empire. Britain invested heavily in the city and this is evident from Ipoh’s magnificent colonial era public buildings, particular the railway station, the former town hall and old high court building, all designed by famous British civil service architect A B Hubback.

Open space in Ipoh City Centre
Open space in Ipoh City Centre

Ipoh presents its many historical sites very well to tourists. There is an organised walking route, the Ipoh Heritage Trail, which allows visitors to self guide around 27 of the old town centre’s most interesting places. More recently an impressive collection of street art has also appeared in the old town area. This began in 2014 when a major local business commissioned well known artist Ernest Zacharevic to create a set of wall murals creatively depicting local life and history in a playful and humorous way. More art has been added by others since then and this growing collection of public art has developed into one of Ipoh’s most popular tourist attractions.

The increase in visitor numbers has also been matched by a major improvement in the quantity and quality of the city’s accommodation and restaurants. The hotels and restaurants in Ipoh tend to have more character than the larger amenities in Kuala Lumpur and the atmosphere is more relaxed. Ipoh is a pleasant place to stay for few days, although you can see all the area’s major points in interest in a single action packed day if you are short on time.

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