Catch Your Bus at Our Counters

You may already know CatchThatBus as your online portal for express bus travel. What you might not know though is that we have counters at respective terminals that function to address those travel needs of yours. Don’t hesitate to visit our counters on bus travel concerns, booking or even printing your e-ticket. We are always obliged to help! 🙂



One of Malaysia’s top tourist destinations, it is only befitting to have a counter in Melaka. With the likes of A’ Famosa, Jonker Street and more not too far-off, we want to ensure your vacation and travel are memorable and worthwhile.

Across the street of Jalan Sentral lies Plaza Melaka Sentral. Here travelers are able to shop at renowned outlets Mydin, Courts Mammoth and even Al-Ikhsan for sports apparel.

Aside from the usual taxi or Uber and GrabCar services, travelers can access Melaka Sentral through any of Melaka’s many public buses available, depending on your itinerary and destination.

Bus 15 – Melaka Sentral to Anjung Batu Jetty (gateway to Pulau Besar)
Bus 17 – Melaka Sentral to Mahkota Parade & Portuguese Settlement
Bus 19 – Melaka Sentral to Ayer Keroh & Melaka Zoo
Bus 26 – Melaka Sentral to Pulau Sebang / Tampin railway station
Bus 50 – Melaka Sentral to Mahkota Parade

CatchThatBus Counter Details:

Counter #6B
Jalan Tun Razak, Plaza Melaka Sentral, 75400 Melaka.
8 am – 10 pm (daily)


The 116 bus is one option that travelers can result to. It covers routes within Taman Meru, specifically from Terminal Amanjaya to the more central bus stop, Medan Kidd.

CatchThatBus Counter Details:

Counter #E7
No. 1, Persiaran Meru Raya 5, Meru Raya, 30020 Ipoh, Perak.
9 am – 6 pm (Sunday to Friday)


How could we EVER forget our folks on the East Coast? With tourist attractions blessed in abundance on both mainland and breathtaking islands, our mark had to be made. At CatchThatBus, we either go big or go home. Hence, you can find our counter at Terminal Kuantan Sentral; the biggest East Coast bus terminal.

Travelers can opt to board the 303 bus, as a means to access the terminal. The bus travel from Terminal Kuantan Sentral to Hentian Bas Bandar Kuantan runs along the state’s coastline.

CatchThatBus Counter Details:

Counter #20
Jalan Pintasan Kuantan, Bandar Indera Mahkota, 25200 Kuantan, Pahang.
8 am – 10 pm (daily)



Little ole Perlis serves as a gateway between Thailand and Malaysia. So a counter at Kangar bus station is a must. It may not be furnished with state-of-the-art amenities, but it still fulfills the sole purpose of a bus station.

Although lack of amenities, its strategic location makes up for it; providing easy access to Langkawi island in the west. Just across the road is the KWSP building which – unlike this bus terminal – has handfuls of bank companies and ATMs.

The MyBas service provides buses that link various parts of Perlis to this terminal. The following are the buses and their routes:

T101 – Kangar bus station – KTM Arau
T102 / T103 – Kangar bus station – Padang Besar
T104 – Kangar bus station – Air Hitam
T105 – Kangar bus station – Seberang Kuala Perlis
CF109 – Kangar bus station – Kangar bus station (Northern route)
CF110 – Kangar bus station – Kangar bus station (Southern route)

CatchThatBus Counter Details:

Counter #30
Jalan Bukit Lagi, Pusat Bandar Kangar, 01000 Kangar, Perlis.
7 am – 10 pm (daily)



It would be foolish of us to ignore the importance of bus travel in Klang Valley. Our counter at Plaza Rakyat LRT station stands opposite the Rapid counter; on the other side of the walkway.

Connected through a sheltered walkway is Pudu Sentral; a well-equipped bus terminal. Here you can find many food stalls, convenience stores, and even services for passport and identification card renewal.

Coupled with the recent developments in the public transportation industry, Pudu Sentral has become all the more accessible. The LRT would be the most convenient method to arrive at the said location due to its direct routes to Plaza Rakyat station.

CatchThatBus Counter Details:

LRT Plaza Rakyat Station, Pusat Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur, 50150 Kuala Lumpur.
10 am – 7 pm (Sunday to Friday)


Here at CatchThatBus, we strive tirelessly to serve you better by any means possible. Be it on our website, app or at counters, we ensure that you are always able to catch your bus!