On March 1 forward, bus services to Brunei Darussalam were resumed by Indonesia's state-owned land transportation company DAMRI after being suspended due to COVID-19 pandemic-related mobility restrictions.
The public would be able to travel by land between nations by using cross-border transportation or ALBN DAMRI service, according to DAMRI's corporate secretary Akhmad Zulfikri.
Pontianak, Indonesia, and Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, are connected by this route. An executive bus fleet that offers Wi-Fi, temperature control, safety features, luggage space, reclining seats, chargers, video and audio, CCTV, restrooms, and GPS will be available to customers.
Customers can expect easier land travel now that the ALBN DAMRI service has resumed. Additionally, it will offer passengers travel encounters that are distinct from those offered by other modes of transportation.
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7 a.m., buses will depart from Pontianak's Sei Ambawang Interstate Terminal for Bandar Seri Begawan.
Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 2 p.m., buses depart from McArthur Street in Bandar Seri Begawan for the return trip to Brunei Darussalam.
It will cost 1.1 million IDR (72 USD) or 100 BND for a one-way trip.
The service had previously been suspended due to movement limitations that had been put in place as a result of the COVID-19 epidemic and to protect the safety, comfort, and health of users.
With the implementation of the 3M health standards, which include wearing masks, keeping a safe distance, and washing hands, limits on people's mobility are starting to loosen.
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