Singapore (PRWEB) July 06, 2013
Travelers looking to purchase tickets from Singapore to Malaysia have more payment options – including payment by cash – now that Singapore Post Limited (SingPost) has teamed up with BusOnlineTicket.com.
In addition to SingPost’s 297 self-service automated machines (SAM machines) where clients can book a ticket and pay on the spot, customers can also visit any of SingPost’s 56 post offices nationwide to pay for bus tickets after reserving them at BusOnlineTicket. “Working with SingPost, we will be able to serve more customers, even those who do not have a credit card,” said the general manager for BusOnlineTicket.com. Other payment options include Visa and Mastercard; DBS, UOB, and CitiBank; and PayPal.
Travelers by bus from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, Malacca, Genting Highlands, or other destinations in Malaysia now have more than 350 convenient SingPost locations to purchase coach tickets. Customers can choose from many types of buses to suit their budgets and traveling needs, ranging from an 18-seat luxury bus with onboard entertainment to a standard 40-seat bus.
When booking a coach on BusOnlineTicket.com, clients first choose payment by SingPost and then print a voucher. Seats are reserved for 24 hours, during which time customers can choose to pay at either a SAM machine or a SingPost outlet. Once payment is received, customers receive a receipt and an email confirmation.
“Having the option to pay at a SingPost outlet is very convenient,” said customer Grace Tan. “The post office is just a five-minute walk from my house.”
About SingPost and BusOnlineTickets:
Singapore Post Limited (SingPost) is a leading provider of mail, logistics, and retail solutions in Singapore and the Asia Pacific region. Providing trusted service for more than 150 years, SingPost serves citizens, residents, corporations, and businesses in Singapore offering affordable, quality service to their customers. BusOnlineTicket.com is an online bus ticket booking site for several bus companies in Singapore and Malaysia. To book your coach tickets, please visit http://www.busonlineticket.com.