Mersing, Malaysia · 17 hotels available
Mersing Bus Station is a landmark of a bus terminal or station situated closely to the town center of Mersing which is under the jurisdiction of the district of Mersing, located in the state of Johor, Malaysia. It is approximately two hours and forty-four minutes worth of journey away from the state capital of Johor Bahru, being administered under the Mersing District Council.
The terminal is named after the town and district of Mersing, where it is believed that the name is derived from the Chinese “Mau Sheng Port” since 1880 which is further simplified into its present name. Functioning to serve buses going into and from Mersing as well as being the central station for all the taxi operators, the terminal is close to the city area nearby the main road of Jalan Sulaiman which is just beside the Mersing River.
Due to that, it is also pretty near to other facilities in town such as shops, jetty terminal, hotels, restaurants and many more. Because of this factor of being close to the town area and its distinctive design, it is easily found when walking through the town. This is especially true if visitors are to go to the town by bus, since the station would be one of their earlier destinations upon reaching Mersing town.
People driving from Kuala Lumpur may drive via North-South Highway/E2 for immediate access to the Mersing Bus Station. The journey could take up around four hours and ten minutes depending on the current traffic situation.
From Kuala Lumpur International Airport, visitors can catch the Express Rail Link (ERL) train which goes to KL Sentral/Bandar Tasik Putrajaya/Cyberjaya/Salak Tinggi/KLIA route. There, one can board the Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) southbound coach heading to Gemas station and making a switch to head to JB Sentral before opting for public transportation to go to Mersing Bus Station from JB Sentral.
Take the trip directly to Mersing from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) terminal using express bus services such as Transnasional Express or Sepakat Liner before opting for taxi or renting a car to go around town.
Being a sub-district and an island located thirty-two kilometers off the east coast of the state of Pahang, it is placed under Rompin District despite being closer to Mersing. Once claimed as one of the world’s most beautiful islands, it has been a focal point for fishermen to obtain freshwater and food for thousands of years even before humans began settling in the area. In present, the island has eight main villages, with Kampung Tekek being the largest and most well-equipped of them all. The island is well-known to have a rich coral reef sites and mesmerizing beautiful beaches, making it a terrific spot for scuba diving and sun bathing.
Located at 1739, Jalan Kurau, Taman Mersing, Bandar Mersing, Mersing, this bed and breakfast is decently equipped and furnished, while it being situated nearby the residential area of Taman Mersing allows closer interaction with the locals. Facilities include desk, cable television, kitchenette, refrigerator, microwave, shower, family room, garden, free WiFi connectivity, parking and many more.
Hotel D’View is an economic two-star hotel that can be found at 6-7, Jalan Jeti, Bandar Tepian Sungai, Bandar Mersing, Mersing which is really close to Mersing Bus Station. This establishment despite being slightly old, is neat and clean. Facilities and services that are ready for visitors such as desk, shower, television, air conditioning, housekeeping, WiFi and 24-hour receptionist.
A familiar hotel chain which with a local branch being one of the available three-star accommodation around the area. Situated at Lot TTB 641, Jalan Ismail, Bandar Mersing, Mersing, the facilities and services provided for the guests are desk, cable television, shower, bath tub, WiFi, in-room safe, luggage storage, 24-hour receptionist, close proximities to shops and many more.