Ferry Terminal

Ferry Terminal


Johor Ferry Services was introduced in 1993 linking regional destinations namely Changi in Singapore and Batam (Indonesia). Changi Ferry service to also known as "The Third Link" between Malaysia and Singapore after the passage of the Causeway and Second Link in Gelang Patah.

Brief History

During the start of the operations, the Johor Port Authority has been given the responsibility by the federal government to manage the administration of Johor Ferry Terminal Ferry Terminal Tanjung Belungkor (TFTB) in Kota Tinggi and the Changi Ferry Terminal (TFC) in Singapore. Ferry Link Malaysia and Star Cruises were the first ferry operators plying both terminals.

In 2012, management and operation of the TFTB was privatised to Marina Island Venture Capital (MIVC). The ferry service is also operated by the Shipyard Maju Sdn Bhd while the TFC is still managed by DCA.

Ferry Services

Daily ferry services are available for journeys between TFTB, TFC and Batam. Operating hours are from morning to late afternoon on weekdays and extended to night during weekends and public holidays to TFC. The following is a departure schedule between TFTB and TFC

Day Route Departure schedule
Mondays - Fridays



8.30 a.m.

4.00 p.m.

10.30 a.m.

6.00 p.m.

Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays



8.30 a.m.

12.00 p.m.

3.30 p.m.

6.30 p.m.

9.30 a.m.

12.30 p.m.

5.00 p.m.

8.20 p.m.

Tickets can be bought on-line via http://wwwtanjungbelungkor.com

Or call these numbers: 078278001 / 078278002 / 078276418 / 078276419

For queries regarding ferry schedules for TFTB – Batam route, kindly call 078276331.

Facilities and Amenities

TFTB and TFC are equipped with basic amenities such as Immigration and Customs counters, departure and arrival hall, ticket sales counters, parking spaces for cars and buses.

Additionally, TFTB also provides marine supporting activities, namely fresh water and vessel fuel supply.

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