Bus times & tickets – Pahang to Melaka

Pahang is on the opposite coast of Malaysia to Melaka (also written as Malacca) and the only way to travel direct between the two towns is by bus, a journey of 271 km. The closest train station to Pahang is 140 km away in Mentakab, and there is no railway station in Melaka nor are there currently any flights from Pahang to Melaka.


Travel Times to Melaka


There are 3 bus services a day from Pahang to Melaka which are available to book online.

Pahang Melaka Cost Company
01:00 06:10 34.45 MYR Transnasional
08:30 13:40 34.45 MYR Transnasional
13:30 18:40 34.45 MYR Transnasional

  • The journey by bus from Pahang to Melaka takes 5 hours 10 minutes.
  • Transnasional uses a modern two deck bus on this route, with a snack and a meal at a roadside restaurant included in the ticket price.

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Pahang Bus Station


Bus services to Melaka depart from Lorong Pasar Baru 3, 25000 Kuantan, Pahang.


Melaka Bus Station


Bus services from Pahang terminate at Terminal Melaka Sentral, No. 73B, Jalan Tun Abdul Razak, Melaka, Plaza Melaka Sentral, 75300 Peringgit, Malacca, Malaysia.


About Melaka


Melaka has a long and rich history as a one time independent Sultanate, a colony for both the Dutch and the English, a commercial centre, and home to a large immigrant population particularly merchants from China. A great many heritage buildings have been preserved in Melaka and the town has been granted UNESCO World Heritage Status jointly with Georgetown in Penang in recognition of this.

Riverfront in Malacca

Riverfront in Malacca

In addition to the museums, palaces and colonial buildings there is also a lively and popular street market in Melaka on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. The market is called the Jonker Walk Night Market and it takes place in Melaka’s China Town area. The night market is a popular event and Melaka is busiest at the weekends as a consequence with some hotels putting up their room rates Friday to Sunday to capitalise on the increase in demand. Jonker Street closes to traffic at 18:00 on all three nights and the street becomes full of people visiting the market. The main attraction at the night market is the food although there is normally live entertainment as well, including Chinese dancers, a karaoke stage and live music at the bars along Jalan Hang Lekir.

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