Malaysia Airlines Bhd is offering MHflypass Asean, a fixed-rate pass that allows multiple trips to exciting destinations all year round across the Asean region.
The pass is currently available at an introductory rate of RM1,299 and allows passengers to fly to 12 cities within Asean through Malaysia Airlines’ extensive network. Each pass comes with six tickets. Pass holders are entitled to three return trips or six one-way trips between the Asean cities of choice. MHflypass offers ultimate convenience and flexibility with a validity of one year, and no blackout periods, which means that pass holders can redeem flights all year round, even during peak periods or high seasons, subject to (seat) availability.
Meanwhile, Zone 2 passes enable travel between Kuala Lumpur and Manila, Hanoi, and Bali at RM2,099, whereas Zone 3 passes that encompass the widest choice of destinations can be purchased at just RM2,699.The Asean pass comes as an addition to the MHflypass line, which was introduced in April 2021, and consists of flight coupons for domestic travel within Malaysia.The offer also comes with unlimited flight changes, allowing passengers to alter their itinerary at no charge
If you’re looking to rent a Mitsubishi Xpander, Wahdah is the place to do it. With our extensive fleet of vehicles and flexible terms, we can help you find the perfect car at an affordable price.
The Mitsubishi Xpander 2020 is the perfect car for you if you’re looking for something that’s bold and futuristic, but also very balanced.
Close up review about Xpander.
1 – The Xpander has a bold, futuristic design that looks good both in front and rear views. It also has a ‘floating roof’ on its C -pillar, which gives it a unique look compared to other SUVs in its class.
2 – When you sit in the front or back seats, you’ll find that the suspension system is very well-tuned—it absorbs all the bumps in the road without feeling too hard or soft. That makes it a great choice for anyone who’s looking for an SUV with a modern look and comfortable ride!
3 – The Mitsubishi Xpanders interior is a little roomier than its competitors, and that means more space for passengers, luggage, and cargo. The seats in the second row are particularly spacious—even more so than in the third row. That means more legroom and headroom for those who sit there, which is a big plus on long trips.
4 – The seat cushions are also soft, so they won’t make your butt ache after hours of driving. Plus, they’re quilted with stitching that adds even more comfort!
5 – The Xpander is also the longest and widest car in its class. So, it has plenty of room inside without feeling cramped when you drive it around town or on a road trip!
6- The Mitsubishi Xpander has various spaces to store items. Among them are on the dashboard on the passenger side, driver side, centre console, back on the front seat (3 pockets) and on the door side. It even comes with extra storage under the front passenger seat.
Well, if you are interested in renting an xpander. You can go to our website at www.wahdah.my to book now.
The announcement of the expansion of the VTL (visit, travel, live) scheme for Singaporeans is a big deal. With this, it will be easier for Singaporeans to visit Johor Bahru, and even live there! Singaporeans can now head off to the shopping and foodie paradise of Johor Bahru without having to worry about travel restrictions so long as they have a valid VTL voucher. The scheme has been expanded, effective 20th December 2021, and is now the main transportation option for those looking to cross the causeway.
As you’ve already heard, Malaysia and Singapore VTL travel have two modes of transportation that you can choose from which are through land and air. Despite that, which one is more convenient and cost efficient remains a question for many of us.
That being said, let’s dive in and break down the process and cost between the two.
Among the SOPs are:
Only for fully vaccinated travelers.
No quarantine needed.
Undergo a Covid-19 test 48 hours before departure: a. RT-PCR test for VTL-Air travelers. b. RTK-Ag (professional) or RT-PCR test for VTL-Land travelers.
Undergo Covid-19 test on arrival: a. RT-PCR test in KLIA/ KLIA 2 for VTL-Air travelers. b. RTK-Ag (professional) test at Larkin Sentral Bus Terminal in Johor Bahru for VTL-Land travelers.
Additional Tests Required: a. RTK-Ag (professional) teston Day-3 and Day-5. b. RT-Ag self test on Day-2, Day-4 and Day-6 (results to be reported on the MySejahtera application)
For VTL land between Singapore and Malaysia, there’s only 2 available buses for you to choose from either Causeway Link or Transtar Travel. Each departure ticket from Singapore is priced at S$15 (+-RM47) for adults and S$8 (+- RM25) for children. It’s cheaper when you’re going to Singapore with each ticket price at RM20 (+-S$7) for adults and RM10 (+-S$3) for children.
Before the pandemic it was estimated more than 300,000 people cross the Malaysia–Singapore border everyday which makes it one of the busiest land border crossings in the world. Although the number was reduced to a mere 3000 people, and even lower to 1500 people recently, there are many who need to cross the border everyday.
This in turn makes the VTL bus ticket very popular and highly sought after by everyone. We advised you to book early if you choose to cross using the VTL land option.
For air travel, you can choose between six airlines that provide VTL Flights : Singapore Airlines, Scoot, AirAsia, Jetstar, Malaysia Airlines, and Malindo Air. Be sure to double check every detail that your flight you are booking is the designated VTL flight.
The ticket price (including return ticket) varies depending on how long your travel time and when your departure date. But the estimated cost is between S$747 – S$980 per adult person. So, it’s clear to say that VTL land by bus is better if you’re only looking to cross the border into Johor Bahru. But, if you are planning to spend your vacation at a place much farther away, go ahead and book the VTL flight.
Get Travel Insurance That Include COVID-19 Coverage
Both the Singapore and Malaysia governments agreed to make it compulsory for short term visitors to have an insurance policy which covers at least RM100,000 (S$32,200 to enter Malaysia and S$30,000 to enter Singapore) in the event they need treatment or quarantined due to COVID-19.
Download MySejahtera App for Use in Malaysia
MySejahtera has become as important as wearing a mask when you leave your house. It’s compulsory to use this app to enter most restaurants, malls, and public amenities that are available in Malaysia.
You can find and install the app thru App Store, Play Store and even HUAWEI Store. IMPORTANT TIPS: Do not wait till the last minute to verify your vaccination status on the app. You’ll have to upload your vaccination cert and details, and it will take up to five working days for it to be processed. The process will look like this:
Head over to your profile on the app
Tap on “MySejahtera Helpdesk” (option N)
Select “I have received my vaccination overseas and would like to obtain my digital certificate”
Follow the instructions from there to fill in the necessary details and upload your vaccination cert
Travelers also have to register at Malaysia’s MySafeTravel portal, at least seven days before your flight. So, you need to prepare everything early (a week before) from your departure date to avoid any issues at the border checkpoint.
Arrival in Johor Bahru
Once you land in Johor Bahru, the first thing you’ll have to do is take an On-Arrival Test at Larkin Bus Terminal (VTL by land) or Senai International Airport if you choose the VTL flight. The test costs RM90 (~S$29.30) but includes 2 travel vouchers valid on bus rides within the state. Tourists can book the RTK-Ag Tests online, or they can do it at a nearby hospital or clinic.
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When coming back to Singapore after an extended stay in Malaysia, passengers are required to take a PCR or ART test within two days of departure at one of the approved testing centers by MOH Malaysia, and submit an SG Arrival Card within 72 hours before coming back to Singapore. Upon arrival, travelers will also have to take daily Covid-19 ART tests for a week. The ones on days three and seven will be done at a Combined or Quick Test Centre, while the other tests can be self-administered.
Cost breakdown for both VTL mode of transport
So, there are 7 things to consider in your travel budget when using VTL Singapore to Malaysia. (please refer to the image below)
Note: Covid-19 testing requirements may vary depending on Singapore and Malaysia’s latest VTL measures. Find out more on ICA (Singapore) and MITI (Malaysia).
Please do not hesitate to email email@example.com call us at Hotline :+6016 277 4594 for any inquiries.
It is an honor to announce that WAHDAH Langkawi Hub now operates!
This hub will cater to the high demand in Langkawi which receives about 28 on-and-off flights per day. Hence, the number of bookings has also increased to more than 100 bookings per month.
It will strengthen our presence among the locals in Langkawi and help create greater awareness for WAHDAH to its customers. The strategic location of this hub next to Langkawi Airport provides convenience to WAHDAH customers to access their rental vehicles which are parked only a stone’s throw away.
Celebrates the new year of 2023 with up to 23% OFF rental fees for your upcoming vacations in Malaysia. All booking also available for “Book Now , Pay Later”. You can even cancel or reschedule your booking anytime. So book the car of your choice today!
This special promo is subject but not limited to the following Terms & Conditions :
The promo is valid starting from 31st December 2022 until 15th January 2023 for self-drive only.
Please key in the promocode NEWYEAR23 at the payment page to claim the discount gift (capped at MYR150).
Only available for travel/drive date starting from 1st January 2022until18th January 2023.
All existing bookings, including for the drive period between 31st December 2022 until 18th January 2023, made prior to this promotional period are not entitled for the discount offer and any request pertaining to the same shall not be entertained.
Discounts do not apply to surcharges, recovery fees, and optional products and services including damage waiver.
This limited time promotion applies for all locations and car type base on availability at the website.
The vehicle images at the website is just for illustration purpose only. The real one might be different.
Pick-up and drop-off service is subject to geographic and other restrictions.
Rental is only effective upon payment. Placement of booking is not recognize as a final confirmation.
We encourage customer to use the pay later feature for the booking to ensure smooth and convenient process if there any amendments at a later date.
Renter must meet WAHDAH minimum age, driver and credit requirements.
WAHDAH reserves the right to reject any booking made without prior notices.
We are elated to announce that WAHDAH is now opening our KLIA Pit Stop. It complements the opening of our Central Hub in Petaling Jaya. This pit stop offers carwash, vehicle preparation and minor maintenance services as well as a rest spot for on the ground Hero Partner.
Besides, in order to handle demands and KLIA traffic which now have more or less 240 flights per day boarded and landed, WAHDAH seized this opportunity to speed up a-back-to-back operation smoothly and efficiently.
Feel the excitement and experience our end-to-end rental service. Check out the location here:
As a start-up, WAHDAH developed in a process of taking high risk in order to penetrate the existing market. By seizing every opportunity and possibilities in creating new demands, WAHDAH desires to become one of the strongest and biggest digital mobility companies in Malaysia and in Southeast East Asia in innovating and generating economies via technology.
We actively diversify our delivery channel through multiple online platforms; web and mobile apps, social media as well as messaging apps. Today, WAHDAH has spread its wings to start a second hub in the Centrum after the first Southern Hub in Johor which connects all the essential needs for both customers and our team.
Through the 4 roots of Cs’; Carwash, Car Parking Space, Chill Lounge, Customer Self-Pickup and Return, this could be a benchmark of pit stops for car rental services.
We ascertain to give a seamless end-to-end experience to raise the bar for our customers anywhere, everywhere. You can only experience the new when you are aware, when you are without thought. Stay safe and remain alert for more updates from WAHDAH!
Going on trip with no idea where to eat could be quite stressful. However, fret not cause there are a lot of hidden gems of food spots in Johor. We had summarize to top 10 halal food places around Johor that you must go visit.
The concept of “slow traveling” is an approach to travel that emphasizes connection: to local people, cultures, food and music. It relies on the idea that a trip is meant to educate and have an emotional impact, in the present moment and for the future, while remaining sustainable for local communities and the environment.
George, a husband and father with 3 kids, spent his wonderful time on a long-term journey to explore South East Asia by emphasizing the concept of slow traveling.
From Bangkok, Phuket, Saigon, Singapore and Malaysia they share the story of their experience on Kensho Quest YouTube channel. We at WAHDAH.my are inspired and feel honored to be a part of their journey.
It is hoped that Malaysia (and WAHDAH specifically) will leave a good impression and a wonderful experience for them to reminisce when talking about Malaysia.
Check out their travel vlog below which starts from JB – Melaka – Port Dickson and finally in Kuala Lumpur with WAHDAH as their travel partner! You can save on your car rental with us by using promo code KENSHOQUEST. T&C apply.
Malaysia Airlines (MAS) has opened a new route connecting Kota Kinabalu and Singapore. The flight departed from Changi International Airport (SIN) and landed at Kota Kinabalu International Airport (BKI) at 12:25 local time on August 27th.
Passengers were greeted upon arrival with a water cannon salute and given bags filled with souvenirs. Representatives from the airline, airport and other travel agencies welcomed passengers and flight crew on behalf of their respective organizations. The airline executives shared their excitement over this new route at the event. They also said that they plan on flying this route three times per week which should sufficiently meet both leisure and business travel needs between these two cities.
The historic flight connecting Singapore and Malaysia was a huge success, with the inaugural flight landing safely at 12:25 local time. The passengers and crew were greeted by a water cannon and were all given bags filled with souvenirs to help them remember the historic flight. At the gate, representatives from various groups greeted the passengers and crew. The organizations represented were Tourism Malaysia, Sabah Tourism Board, Malaysia Airlines Berhad, and Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad.
Captain Izham Ismail, Group Chief Executive Officer of Malaysia Aviation Group, shared the airline’s excitement for this new route. Ismail stated: “We are delighted to expand our connectivity to Singapore as many of our passengers opt for this route for business and leisure travel. This will further boost connectivity and flexibility for passengers bound to Singapore, as the airline also offers direct flights to the country via our main hub of Kuala Lumpur, Penang, and Kuching. With this new service, passengers from Singapore can seamlessly connect to the Land Below the Wind to discover the scenic attractions of Sabah and even Fly Malaysia to surrounding states from BKI via sister airlines Firefly and MASwings.”
Malaysia Airlines is excited to announce that it will begin operating a new route between BKI and SIN. The route will be flown three times per week on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. The flight will depart BKI at 7:00 local time on flight number MH647, and once in Singapore it will be turned around and depart at 10:00 local time on flight number MH648. The plane will be a Boeing 737-800 with up to 160 passengers.