A vast road network that is convenient and safe for travellers surrounds Perak. There are rest stops located along the expressway for travellers. In fact, the North-South Expressway leading towards Perak is a boost to the domestic tourism. The Expressway stretches from the Thai border in the north to the southern part of the state of Johor Bahru.
Depending where you’re heading, most part of Perak is well connected to the North-South Expressway. You can get into Ipoh via Exit 137: Simpang Pulai, Exit 139: Ipoh Selatan, Exit 140: Ipoh Utara or Exit 141: Jelapang.
The main Ipoh bus terminal is located at Medan Gopeng. The station provides services to and from just about any location in the country. Most frequent routes are to and from Kuala Lumpur (Puduraya Station) and Penang. Larger bus companies like Transnational, Plusliner, Konsortium provide the most frequent, reliable and safe services.
Bus companies also operate out of other locations including Jalan Bendahara for services to and from Singapore and Jalan Bercham for bus service to and from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.