|Ferry depart from||: Pasir Gudang|
|Ferry arrives in||: Batam|
|Cheapest Ferry Ticket||: MYR 72.5|
|Earliest Ferry||: 00:30|
|Last Ferry||: 17:30|
|Daily Ferry Services||: 16|
International travelers should carry the passport with at least 6 months of validity and return or One-Way ticket to continue traveling to another country.
Batam Island is a popular destination for Malaysians due to its proximity to the country. Ferries are available every day from Pasir Gudang to Batam Island at 2-hour intervals. The ferry ride takes 1 hour and 40 minutes. You can avoid the hassle of standing in long queues by booking on redBus.
Pasir Gudang is an industrial and business hub in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. The Kite Museum is a unique attraction that displays traditional Malaysian kites. Khatulistiwa Spa is a relaxing body massage and spa destination, while foodies can try Asian and seafood restaurants. Batam Island is a water sports haven, featuring Marina Circuit Go-Kart and Maha Vihara Duta Maitreya Temple.
Travelling between Pasir Gudang and Batam has been made easier with ferries. You can board a ferry from Pasir Gudang to Batam Island and complete the journey in just 90 minutes. There are 6 trips every day at an interval of 2 hours.
The ferry departs from the Pelabuhan Pasir Gudang and arrives at Batam ferry terminal. The ferries are available all days of the week and the first ferry departs at 8:30 AM.
Pasir Gudang to Batam Island ferry tickets are priced at an average of RM70 for one way for an adult. Round-trip tickets are cheaper compared to one-way trips. For extra discounts, opt for on redBus.
The boarding point for the ferry to Batam at Pasir Gudang is
The Drop off point of the ferry at Batam Island is
There is one ferry operator on this route- Pasir Gudang Passenger Ferry. There are 6 trips daily from Pasir Gudang to Batam Island.
The ferries are very comfortable and you can enjoy a beautiful view and feel the breeze. The journey is just 90 minutes long.
Batam Island has a lot of attractions for tourists. You choose from many activities like water sports and underwater diving. Here is a list of the top things to do at Batam Island which will help you plan your trip better:
Tourists visiting Marine Parks Malaysia have to pay a nominal conservation charge as required by the Fees Act 1951, Fees (Marine Parks Malaysia) Order 2017. The revenue collected from the charge goes to the Marine Parks and Marine Reserves Trust Fund to manage and maintain the parks, and to provide facilities and comfort to visitors.
People with disabilities are exempted from the charge, and residents living on islands surrounded by Marine Parks are also exempted.
Adults - RM 5
Children (aged between 6 to 12 years old) and Senior citizens (aged 60 years old and above ) - RM 2
Disabled - Free
Adults - RM 30
Children (aged between 6 to 12 years old) and Senior citizens (aged 60 years old and above ) - RM 15
Disabled - Free
Additionally, there are different fee rates for activities like camping, research, commercial filming/documentary, scuba diving, and cruising. Please check the for more information.