Tuas CIQ Complex

Tuas CIQ Complex (also known as Tuas Checkpoint) is an immigration checkpoint on the Singapore side of the Malaysia–Singapore Second Link, at the end of the Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE). All people and goods moving across the Second Link must clear the Checkpoint before they can continue on their journey.

For bus passengers, they must alight from the bus with all their belongings and pass through immigration on their own before being allowed to re-board their buses.

Photography is officially disallowed in the Checkpoint building.


Name: Tuas CIQ Complex
Address: —
Berths: Straight boarding and alighting berths

The terminal:

Tuas CIQ Complex contains two processing areas for bus commuters, one for each direction of traffic flow (in and out of Singapore). When a bus arrives at the Checkpoint, it alights all passengers at the alighting berth, where passengers walk to the immigration clearance area. After clearing immigration, passengers proceed to the boarding berths, where passengers re-board their buses.

At the same time, after alighting passengers, the empty bus will be subjected to security checks by immigration officials before being allowed to continue. The bus driver will then clear immigration and proceed to the berths to pick up passengers. While public buses have dedicated queuing berths, private buses must use the end-on berths. The flow is similar for buses entering and leaving Singapore.

Bus Services:

The terminal serves all bus routes plying the Malaysia–Singapore Second Link, such as Causeway Link services.

Local Bus services: (Inbound)

Bus Service Destination via Bus Operator
CW3 Jurong Town Hall Int AYE (express) Causeway Link
CW4 Jurong Town Hall Int AYE (express) Causeway Link
CW4S Jurong Town Hall Int AYE (express) Causeway Link
CW6 Boon Lay MRT AYE (express) Causeway Link
CW7 Tuas Link MRT Causeway Link
Buona Vista Tuas Link MRT Station, one-north Transtar Travel


Local Bus services: (Outbound)

Bus Service Destination via Bus Operator
CW3 Perling Mall /
Gelang Patah
CIQ Second Link, Bukit Indah Causeway Link
CW4 Pontian CIQ Second Link, Gelang Patah, Pekan Nanas Causeway Link
CW4S CIQ Second Link Causeway Link
CW6 CIQ Second Link Causeway Link
CW7 CIQ Second Link Causeway Link
TS6 Gelang Patah CIQ Second Link Transtar Travel


External Links & References:

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Also check out Bus Transport in Johor Bahru

2 thoughts on “Tuas CIQ Complex

  • 29 March 2023 at 6:17 PM

    Can the custom arrange some people to control the lorry lane ? The lorries always blocking the bus and most of the people is going to work at morning and evening . Now the lorries is blocking and yet nobody proceed to the lane and help . 29/3/2023 18:16PM

  • 18 October 2018 at 2:46 PM

    Can we drop people at the CIQ Secondlink from Johor, then the person take the public bus from there to go to the custom, then from custom, wait for the chartered bus to go to where he is heading to?


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