There Are Now Direct Buses from AMK / Bishan to JB Paradigm Mall

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Lest you’re unaware, a hip, new mall was recently launched in Johor Bahru:

Paradigm Mall.

Image: TripAdvisor

This establishment, which stretches more than 2 million sq ft (larger than Vivo City), offers a myriad of facilities, including a 20,000 sq ft ice skating rink, an indoor climbing gym and Malaysia’s first indoor skate park.

Image: Mediacorp

Yeah I know; it’s the stuff of dreams. Just perfect for that sweet weekend escapade after a long week of work.

But there’s just one teeny, weeny little problem:

It’s kinda inaccessible.

Image: Paradigm Mall JB

Described as a simple 20-minute ride from the Woodlands Causewaythe fact’s this: it’s not that simple, especially for those without cars. 

Add the fact that the car park’s a literal spiral hill and parking’s a real pain in the ass, and you’ll be thinking:

“Aiya never mind la. Got Vivo why need go Paradigm? Singapore boleh!”

Take Me To Malaysia

But there’s hope.

Travel agency Take Me To Malaysia recently posted an update on its Facebook page, and it’s something you might like. A lot.

Image: Take Me To Malaysia Facebook Page

Basically, there will be bus ride services from Singapore to Paradigm Mall! No more driving; no more parking. There’ll be someone to do all the technical stuff for you!


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Image: QuickMeme

How does it work?

According to the travel agency’s update…

The bus services will commence this Saturday (20 Jan) and end on 11 Feb. It will only be applicable on the weekends (Saturday & Sunday).

The buses will leave Ang Mo Kio MRT (Bus Stop along Ang mo Kio Ave 8) at 8:00 a.m., make a stop at Bishan MRT (Exit B) at 8:15 a.m. before proceeding to Paradigm Mall. Return time’s 7:00 p.m. 

Image: Take Me To Malaysia Facebook Page

Image: Take Me To Malaysia Facebook Page

How much can you earn from delivering food with foodpanda in Singapore? We tried it out for you, and the amount is apparently not what we’ve expected:

Image: Take Me To Malaysia Facebook Page

(You are advised to be at the pickup point at least 5 minutes before the pickup timing)

You can register for the free & easy tour at www.easybook.com. Before you head to your browser to purchase, however, prepare your NRIC or Passport details (including expiry).


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And to top it all off… Paradigm Mall’s now offering limited RM5 cash vouchers for every registered guest. Simply print out the confirmation to retrieve the voucher from the Information Counter (do take note, it has to be printed. Terms & conditions apply)

Cash vouchers! Yayyyy!

Purchasing the ticket

The update included a step by step guide of ticket acquirement.

  1. Select ONE way transfer
  2. Key in the correct date
  3. Pickup: Singapore
  4. Destination: Paradigm Mall
  5. Select seats and purchase

**Ticket is inclusive of the return trip at 7pm.

Should you require assistance, you can also contact their office at:
Office: 62645008 | Hp: 87789091


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But of course, like anything, there are also terms & conditions involved:

1) Ticket is non-refundable and non-transferable without TakeMetoMalaysia’s approval. We reserve our rights to refrain boarding to any individual whom’s not on our name list.

2) All participants are to submit individual information inclusive of Name & Passport Number or NRIC.

3) It is the participant’s responsibility to ensure that he/she has a valid Visa requirement and 6 months passport validity.

So what are you waiting for?

If you’ve always wanted to visit Paradigm Mall, but couldn’t because of transportation issues, this is your chance!


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And remember; the bus services will only extend till 11 Feb, so grab the chance before it disappears forever!

Happy shopping!

Featured image: Facebook (Take Me To Malaysia)

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