Demand for ferries between S'pore and Malaysia, Indonesia increases, 1.1m passengers from Jan to Sept

Long queues at Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal on Oct 7, following the reopening of borders in June. ST PHOTO: JESSIE LIM
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SINGAPORE - Ferry rides to nearby destinations in Indonesia and Malaysia are once again proving irresistible to Singaporeans eyeing a quick, fuss-free escapade.

Between January and September 2022, 1.1 million passengers passed through Singapore's international ferry terminals in HarbourFront Centre and Tanah Merah.

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