Hmmm this might be the most ‘cacat’ bus stand for the 2nd largest town in Johor. haha… If it rains that’s it lah! Run for cover.
This is how the bus station looks like in BP. It’s in the middle of a road. (Yes! middle of the road!) The road was closed and ‘converted’ into a bus station. “Oh! How clever!” *cough cough* *nak pengsan aku* I can imagine so many of you laughing now.
Have you ever question why when the original taxi/bus station was demolish, in place was not a proper purpose build bus terminal but a tower block instead? Guess what! The tower block till today is not occupied! I shall now say more, I am sure you all have something to say. I am dying to read all your comments. LOL… (A temporary bus interchange, yes a temporary one in Singapore is more organised and clean)
The last time I was back was in December. I took the following few photos so that I can remember the phone number to book tickets. But I guess it comes useful now for all of you who wants to know their numbers.
Well, for those who have left BP dinosaur ages ago, the Hasry Express buses are now quite modern.
For those of you who want their contact number, visit their website or if you are a bummer, here it is, the info all printed on the bus ticket. (or the picture above) You realise they are quite ‘environmentally friendly’? Same ticket re-used? It’s BP-KL or BP-Singapore ticket?
Wait, don’t laugh at the next picture. This picture is taken so that I can have KKKL’s (also known Translim) number. Yeah, this silly boy took it from inside the Hasry Bus I was in. That’s why so blur lah, but you get to see the number right?
After today’s post, I shall be going back to BP for Chinese New Year. I shall be taking lots of photos, if possible, and post them here. Eh eh eh, those people who put in their comments that they will send me photos, I am still waiting, my mailbox’s empty! Oii, cepat lah, mana dia gambar gambar yang kamu janji akan emel?
Wishing all visitors to this BP Site a very Blessed & Prosperous Chinese New Year. Gong Xi Fa Cai.