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    Default Driving to Malacca, Causeway or Tuas 2nd link faster?

    I will drive to Malacca after work next week (mid week).
    Which way brings me to Malacca faster?
    Via Causeway to NS expressway or Tuas to NS expressway?
    I know almost often the causeway is jammed and wonder if Tuas would be better?

    I will start the trip at Novena area so either CTE/PIE as assessible to me.

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    Default Re: Driving to Malacca, Causeway or Tuas 2nd link faster?

    2nd link of cus wld be faster cause of the speed but if you want an enjoyable drive, i do suggest the woodlands causeway

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    Default Re: Driving to Malacca, Causeway or Tuas 2nd link faster?

    Quote Originally Posted by ahming111 View Post
    2nd link of cus wld be faster cause of the speed but if you want an enjoyable drive, i do suggest the woodlands causeway
    What do you mean with more enjoyable drive with causeway?

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    Default Re: Driving to Malacca, Causeway or Tuas 2nd link faster?

    2nd link is faster.

    of course road block along the way with *erhem* you know la....

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    Default Re: Driving to Malacca, Causeway or Tuas 2nd link faster?

    2nd link faster, smoother with a lower chance of jam. Just go at the speed limit of 110 and you should be fine. If you're stop by M'sia TP, ask him for the fine, it can be paid at the M'sia custom, don't try to "pay" your way out . Safe driving
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    Quote Originally Posted by ConnorMcLeod View Post
    What do you mean with more enjoyable drive with causeway?
    nice straight road with things to see along the way.

    i seem to enjoyed the ride the last time i did this when coming back from Malacca. traffic was smooth

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    Default Re: Driving to Malacca, Causeway or Tuas 2nd link faster?

    Quote Originally Posted by ahming111 View Post
    nice straight road with things to see along the way.

    i seem to enjoyed the ride the last time i did this when coming back from Malacca. traffic was smooth
    then it's ok since I am the driver and driving in the evening, so I wont' get to see what's along the road a good/safe drive would be more important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConnorMcLeod View Post
    then it's ok since I am the driver and driving in the evening, so I wont' get to see what's along the road a good/safe drive would be more important.
    Than you better go by 4:30pm or after 7pm if not there will be jams on both sides of the causway.
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    Default Re: Driving to Malacca, Causeway or Tuas 2nd link faster?

    2nd link is refreshingly fast on normal days.
    Of course don't go on eve of special holiday or during CNY and expect no jam.

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    Default Re: Driving to Malacca, Causeway or Tuas 2nd link faster?

    2nd Link is far better than the Causeway. You do pay more but it's a lot smoother as you don't have to go through the mess that is Johor Bahru. I stay in Woodlands and I rather drive all the way to 2nd Link when I drive up to KL.

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