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NETIZENS SHARE VIDEO OF JAM TO JOHOR BAHRU, JAM FROM WOODLANDS TO MALAYSIA

As the Chinese New Year approaches, Singaporeans are willing to go to any lengths to be able to visit their relatives in Johor Bahru, Malaysia.

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Every year, they line up hours before the customs checkpoint opens, even though they know they’ll have to wait several hours to get through the border crossing.

A netizen shared a video to show how long the jam stretches:

The wait is especially long during this time of the year, as the Malaysia-Singapore border is one of the busiest in the region. Despite the long wait times, thousands of Singaporeans still make the trip to Johor Bahru each year to visit their relatives during Chinese New Year.

The causeway is a two-way bridge that connects the two countries. It is usually very congested, especially during the peak hours of the day.

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Here are what netizens think:

when sg said they wanna expand & upgrade woodlands chkpoint, i say what’s the point if JB continue taking their own sweet time

by the time you reach jb, holiday finish liao

Reached tuas checkpoint at 7pm reached destination in JB at 8.10pm. Thank god!

The amount of people going back to Msia for cny reunion dinner speaks much for our present workforce.

Wish we can adopt Europe custom method, no need passport chop.

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i took public transport jn not bad reached woodlands ard 8.15am and jb ard 10am cause public transport got the bus lane so quite fast

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