Grab Officially Launches Intercity Feature, Includes Direct Routes To Singapore
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Grab has officially launched its Intercity feature, which allows users to purchase bus and ferry tickets from within the app itself. The service – which is offered in collaboration with Splyt and Easybook – now includes not only routes within Malaysia, but also direct bus routes from Malaysia to Singapore.  

In a statement, Grab said that the Intercity feature currently offers more than 15,000 routes. Grab users are also able to purchase bus tickets to over 30 destinations in Singapore from 11 different states and cities across Malaysia.

If you wish to test out Grab’s new Intercity feature, you can find it by scrolling sideways through the feature/services tiles located beneath the search bar on app’s home screen. Note that the only accepted payment method on Intercity is GrabPay (which will earn you GrabRewards); cash payments are not accepted. The fare is also inclusive of administration fees.

The director of country operations and mobility of Grab Malaysia, Rashid Shukor said that the roll-out of the Intercity feature is one of the company’s efforts to help Malaysians plan their travels conveniently and affordably with the use of technology. “By growing our travel offerings, users can plan their holidays without the need for multiple apps or log-ins. We hope this enables a more convenient way for Malaysians to prepare for the upcoming Hari Raya Aidiladha too,” he said.

In conjunction with the official launch of Intercity, Grab users will be able to enjoy a 10% discount on all tickets booked through the service. To note, Grab’s Intercity feature was actually rolled out much earlier – back in November 2021 in a pilot test. During this period, users were only able to purchase bus and ferry tickets for routes within Malaysia.

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