I read on the Wikipedia page on the Sultan Iskandar Building (Google Maps) that is used to enter Malaysia from Singapore via the Johor–Singapore Causeway (Google Maps) (formatting is mine):

  • The immigration checkpoint has different checkpoints for bus passengers, bus drivers, lorries, motorcycles and cars. [...]
  • At the customs checkpoint, 36 counters are designated for cars (20 for those arriving in Malaysia and 16 for those leaving the country) and 25 for motorcycles (17 for arrivals and 8 for departures).

Which immigration and customs checkpoints should one use when walking across the border from Singapore to Malaysia via the Johor–Singapore Causeway?

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    You should use the checkpoints the signs point you to. You don't have a choice in the matter. Nov 19 at 23:12
  • @GregHewgill I don't know whether there are some clear signs for pedestrians. The causeway doesn't even have a sidewalk on some significant sections. E.g., maybe there are no signs and pedestrians can choose which checkpoint to walk through. Nov 20 at 0:07


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