The North-South Expressway (NSE) is the shortest way to Malacca from Singapore and the journey may take about about 2 hours 30 minutes to 3 hours excluding the time spent for Singapore – Malaysia immigration clearance.Also read: 15 Best Things To Do In Port Dickson The downside of using the NSE is the lack of beautiful features, making the journey more of a formality than a fun trip which is probably what you are in to.There are many taxi available at railway station but there are a bit expensive.It is advisable to negotiate and settle on the price before you enter the taxi as the drivers here are known to increase the fares on sensing visitors.
Also read: How To Get To Rawa Island From Singapore Unfortunately, there are no direct train to Malacca from Singapore but the options available will take you most of the well, hopefully.
To make up for this, you can choose to go the longer way through Batu Pahat, Budhis House and Penghulu’s House. You actually have to force yourself to focus and not get tempted to visit the numerous ancient mosques, tombstones which are architectural masterpieces on their own right and the picturesque hot springs.
Just to make you feel better, these are usually deserted and isolated places which will take you more time to locate and access than they will actually keep your interest, so keep your eyes on the road and drive on. If you want to experience the most comfortable and convenient travelling between Singapore to Malacca, private car is your ultimate choice among the transportation option.
After arriving in Malacca, presumably safe and sound, the next thing is to get a shower to drive away the kinks of the journey, get on your sandals and set off for the town for some fun.
Malacca being a UNESCO Heritage Site, there is no shortage of amazing Malacca attraction places to visit.