Adik Beradik

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Adik Beradik Bus Routes & Timings

RouteFirst BusLast Bus
Tanah Merah to Endau20:4520:45BOOK NOW
Endau to Kota Bharu00:0000:00BOOK NOW
Alor Setar to Merang Jetty21:3021:30BOOK NOW
Endau to Rantau Panjang00:0000:00BOOK NOW
Kuala Lumpur to Bandar Ketengah Jaya09:3022:30BOOK NOW

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Key Points to Remember When Traveling on a Adik Beradik Bus

Adik Beradik is a bus operator that has been providing its services from 1988 onwards. The services are local as well as overseas from Malaysia. The company started its services with just two buses which have now grown bigger with a fleet of 22 buses including chartered, express, and tourist buses.

  • The main services of Adik Meradik bus are in the local areas such as Melaka, Cameron Highlands, Kuala Lumpur, Genting Highland, Kelantan, etc and Phuket, Bangkok etc among the overseas areas.
  • There are mainly three types of buses that are served by Adik Beradik which includes the SVIP buses, express buses with single-deck in 30 seats, and double-decker buses with 50-60 seats for the charter services.
  • Most of the Adik Berdik buses have common amenities such as charging ports, USB charging, reclining seats, GPS tracking system, etc.
  • redBus online booking service is now available with handsome discounts for the new users. They can apply the code SGNEW to get up to a 10% discount with an additional cashback of 3 SGD. Booking return tickets would also give you more benefits.
  • Adik Beradik buses have made their mark as a reliable bus operator in Malaysia which is evident in the customer ratings. The customer rating is 4.28 for its punctuality, spacious interiors, comfortable seats, etc.
  • To fight the pandemic Adik Beradik buses have decided to follow the government norm strictly with the M-ticket for contact-free boarding, making masks mandatory while travelling inside the buses, provisioning hand sanitisers for the passengers’ safety. The buses are also cleaned and sanitized well after the trips.

Adik Beradik major routes and details

  • Route: Kuala terengganu to Terminal Bas Shahab Perdana
    Average price: SGD 19.84
    Pick-up points: Hentian Bas Mpkt
    Operational time: Only at 9.30 pm
  • Route: Putrajaya to Kemaman
    Average price: SGD 13.11
    Pick-up points: Putrajaya Sentral
    Operational time: 12.30-12.30
  • Route: Kota tinggi to Pengkalan kubor
    Average price: SGD 22.36
    Pick-up points: Terminal Bus Kota Tinggi
    Operational time: Only at 10 pm
  • Route: Kuala Terengganu to Bus Terminal Kuala Rompin
    Average price: SGD 11.94
    Pick-up points: Hentian Bas Mpkt
    Operational time: 9.30 am - 10. 30 pm

Adik Beradik Bus Types

The various types of buses run by Adik Beradik are:

  • Double Deck(2+1)
  • Executive(2+1)
  • Economy(2+2)
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Adik Beradik Online Bus Ticket Booking on redBus

To travel with Adik Beradik, log on to and book your bus ticket to your destination. Now redBus customers can securely book Adik Beradik tickets with debit card, credit card and net banking. All passengers are eligible to ongoing time to time deals and offers and make sure they have a discounted journey with us.

How to Book Adik Beradik Bus Ticket Online 

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Q: How can I book a Adik Beradik bus ticket
A: You can visit the Adik Beradik ticket counter located at the bus terminal nearest to you. An even simpler booking solution has been provided by redBus, Singapore. The user-friendly website offers a simpler way to book your bus tickets online.
Q: How much does a bus ticket on a Adik Beradik bus cost?
A: Ticket fares will vary depending on the pick-up and drop off points. You can visit redBus Singapore to help you stay updated on bus fares, availability, and much more. The payment platform on the redBus website ensures that every transaction made on the site is protected.
Q: Do I need to print my bus ticket to board the bus?
A: There are two main scenarios that you might fall into when you have to board a bus. Now, if your boarding point is at any terminal in Singapore, passengers will have to take a print out of the bus ticket that has been sent to the email in a PDF format. The second scenario is when your boarding point is a bus stop and not a terminal. In this case, you will receive an M-ticket that you will have to produce before boarding your bus. If the operator does not provide an M-Ticket, you will have to take a printout of the ticket (PDF) that has been sent to the registered email ID that you have used to book the bus ticket on the redBus website. Some operators might levy a charge if these conditions are not followed.
Q: Should I book my bus ticket at the counter or on the platform?
A: That depends on what works best for you. You could book a ticket at the counter but you might be too late to book a comfortable window seat or risk being too late to book any seat at all. A lot of people are recognizing the benefits of booking a bus ticket on an online platform like redBus. It’s easy, convenient, and leaves you having all your questions answered by just browsing the website. The website provides live updates on a number of different avenues such as bus timings, fares, available seats, pick-up and drop-off points, discounts and offers, and much more.

Bus Amenities

Reclining seatYes
Hand Sanitisers ProvidedNo
Charging PointNo
Reading LightNo
Water BottleNo