Causeway Link CW3E (Larkin Branch)

Causeway Link CW3E is a branch route of CW3 operated by Malaysian bus operator Handal Indah, plying between Larkin Bus Terminal and CIQ 2nd Link in Johor, Malaysia, via Bukit Indah.

The branch route operates solely within Johor, and offers through-ticketing for journeys to and from Singapore.

From 1 July 2020, Service CW3E serves Sunway Big Box. It will serve Sunway Grid in the near future.

Causeway Link CW3E is temporary suspended from 17 Sep 2020.

Route Information
Route Larkin Bus Terminal ↔ CIQ 2nd Link
Passes Through Taman Perling (Layang/SK Taman Perling 3), Bukit Indah
Fare Section fare payment, ManjaLink Card accepted.
RM7.00 (Max) towards Jurong East, S$4.00 (Max) towards destinations in JB
Operator Information
Current Operator Handal Indah Sdn Bhd
Departure Times from Larkin Daily: 0430hrs – 2130hrs
Departure Times from CIQ Second Link
Daily: 0530hrs – 2230hrs
Frequency 60mins, see published schedule for details.
CW3 Larkin Branch - Poster
CW3 Larkin Branch – Poster

Service CW3 (Larkin Branch) is a branch route of CW3, serving within Johor only. Introduced on 19th April 2015, the route plies between Larkin Bus Terminal and CIQ Second Link, via Taman Perling (Layang/SK Taman Perling 3) and AEON Bukit Indah. The Larkin branch route operates with the same route number CW3 (occasionally CW3E on electronic display signs), but buses will indicate “Larkin” or “CIQ 2nd Link” on plastic destinations signs as a sure way of identifying the CW3 Larkin Branch.

With a valid ticket at CIQ 2nd Link, passengers travelling towards Singapore can similarly board CW3CW4 or CW4S to Jurong East, or board CW6 for Boon Lay at Tuas Second Link. Alternatively, passengers heading from Singapore to Johor can enjoy a free transfer to this service with a valid ticket.

Boarding Points:

  • Larkin Terminal: —
  • AEON Bukit Indah: Bus stop along Jalan Indah 15/2
  • CIQ 2nd Link: Designated bus boarding point

Parent Service

Fare:

Charges section fares. ManjaLink Card payment is accepted on this bus service. Only Singapore currency is accepted when boarding the bus in Singapore, and Malaysian currency is accepted when boarding from Malaysia.

Fares towards CIQ 2nd Link Fares towards Larkin Ter
Larkin → Singapore: RM7.00
Taman Tasek → Singapore: RM6.50
AEON Bukit Indah → Singapore: RM5.00
CIQ 2nd Link → Singapore: RM2.60
Singapore → Larkin: S$4.00
CIQ 2nd Link → Larkin: RM5.50
AEON Bukit Indah → Larkin: RM3.00
Taman Perling → Larkin: RM2.00
Taman Tasek → Larkin: RM1.30
  • ‘Singapore’ refers to boarding/alighting at Jurong East, Boon Lay or Tuas Link
  • Fares are identical for Cash and Manjalink payment modes
  • Fares for travelling between areas in Johor are usually around RM1.50 – RM3.00

Fares for travelling between towns along JB sector are usually around RM1.50 – RM3.00. More detailed fare information for Manjalink users is attached in a separate section below.

Route Information:





Gallery:


History:

  • NA
  • 2015 (19 Apr): Additional special departures between Larkin Ter and CIQ Second Link introduced
  • 2020 (01 Jul): Calls at Sunway Big Box

Past Routings:

  • NA

Miscellaneous Fare Information for Manjalink users

Manjalink users will be required to tap their card upon entering the bus, which includes re-boarding the bus at the various checkpoints.

As the ManjaLink card is loaded with values in Malaysian Ringgit (MYR), passengers boarding from Singapore and paying fares in Singapore Dollars (SGD) will be charged based on the prevailing exchange rate determined by ManjaLink. For example, the published ManjaLink fare for JB-bound CW3 is S$4.00, and as such when ManjaLink is used, 4.00×2.98= 12.32, thereby deducting RM12.40 from the card, as the Manjalink system rounds up the fare to the nearest 10 cents.


External Links & References:

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One thought on “Causeway Link CW3E (Larkin Branch)

  • 22 October 2018 at 3:57 PM
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    If I am boarding a bus at bukit indah to singapore do i pay on the bus?

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