Cheapest Car Rental in JB

Cheapest Car Rental in JB

Car rental is made easier in JB when you can book your car for rent in just few clicks. It is same like how you visit shopping websites by filtering by prices and brands and shop your desire item. Well, all that have been brought down for car rental as well. No more calling the car rental companies to compare the prices and check on the availibility.

To all the JB'ians, we have compared the best car rental rates across JB. This rates varies from the top car rental companies in JB. We have car rental partners in Johor Bahru City near the CIQ and JB City Square, in Senai Airport and Pasir Gudang areas. We have all sort of cars ranging from mini compact cars to luxury cars, MPVs and vans to be rented out. You can compare the best prices that offers the best deals and make payment by simple few steps.

JB City Square strategically located in the heart of the city and only a stone’s throw from the customs and immigration checkpoint, Johor Bahru City Square stands out as a central landmark in JB. With its more than 200 retailers, it offers a host of fashion, entertainment and restaurants. All catered to wow the senses and satisfy the needs. Rush in when the doors open at 10am for breakfast, then head out and start your shopping adventure of clothes, shoes, bags, trinklets, toiletries, electronic toys. Everything the heart desires. Unique to Johor Bahru City Square is the Inner City, an eclectic mix of smallish fashion and accessory shops plus restaurants housed in a tight, quaint setting. Always a firm favorite of the “NOW” generation. After many hours of shopping, rest the feet in one of the numerous restaurants and cafes or indulge in a soothing foot massage, then go on to treat the rest of the body at a salon.

Senai International Airport is located in one of Malaysia's strategic development zones, with a structured highway and a proposed railway network, which will eventually stretch to China as well as providing easy access to the modern port facilities of the Tanjung Pelepas Port,  Johor Port and Singapore. 

The immediate neighbours are Singapore, Thailand and Brunei Darussalam; with Vietnam, Myanmar and Cambodia in the vicinity. In addition, the region's dynamic economic and tourist centres are within a mere four-hour flight radius, reaching out to Hong Kong, Macau, Guandong, North Australia, India, the Philippines, Indonesia and Indochina. While enjoying proximity to these key economic centres, Senai International Airport benefits from being located outside the primary commercial centres in the area. As a consequence, it enjoys lower land, labour and operational costs. Most of the region’s dynamic economical and tourist centres are located within a mere four-hour flight radius from Senai International Airport.

Pasir Gudang is an industrial town 35 km to the east of Johor Bahru. It is next to Masai. The industries located here includes transportation, logistics, shipbuilding as well as heavy industries such as petrochemicals. The Sultan Iskandar Power Station and the Pasir Gudang Port are located here. Pasir Gudang is also the venue for the annual Pasir Gudang International Kite Festival.

The township of Pasir Gudang was originally a village called Kampung Pasir Udang. Other villages that used to be located here included Kampung Sungai Perembi, Kampung Ulu, Kampung Hilir and Kampung Tengah. All these villages are now erased and redeveloped as industrial land. The name Pasir Gudang came about because the area used to be a sand mine. 

The top attractions in Pasir Gudang will be Pasir Gudang Kite Museum, Pasir Gudang Lake, Johor Racing Circuit, Masjid Jamek Pasir Gudang and Tanjung Puteri Golf Resort.

These are the few places in JB which the car rental companies are located to cater the customers. Most of fleets are 3 years and below and well maintained vehicles. Visit to the browse page and select your desired car to be rented.

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Kereta Sewa Terbesar Di Kuala Lumpur

Kereta Sewa Terbesar Di Kuala Lumpur

Drive.MY sedang membuat promosi kereta sewa di Kuala Lumpur. Anda boleh JIMAT RM50 untuk booking kereta sewa anda. Kita adalah portal online kereta sewa terbesar di KL. Pelanggan disediakan dengan banyak pilihan dengan harga yang murah dari lebih 25 partner syarikat kereta sewa di Malaysia seperti Hawk Rent A Car, iPRAC, Mayflower, Hertz, dan ramai lagi.  

Pilihan murah dari Perodua Viva dengan RM110 sehari, Perodua Myvi dan Proton Saga serendah dari RM150 sehari. Kereta mewah seperti Camry serendah RM350, Vellfire serendah RM720. 

Kita ada pilihan lebih dari 30 kenderaan seperti kereta, MPV, van dan bus. Anda boleh kunjungi laman web kami untuk mengetahui dengan lanjut tentang harga dan pilihan kereta yang anda minati. 

Penghantaran untuk booking 3 hari dan keatas adalah percuma untuk kereta yang terpilih. 

Call kita 03-22823348 atau email kita di untuk sebarang pertanyaan. 


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Drive in Malaysia with Drive.MY

Drive in Malaysia with Drive.MY

Drive.MY would like to give some useful tips on the Malaysian Car Rental and Driving Experiences to be expected.

Car Rental Malaysia

The joy of renting a car is flexibility, whereby you can go to wherever you want whenever you want. You also have space to keep your luggage or the odd souvenir instead of lugging them around. The frustrating part is finding your destination in an unfamiliar world. A detailed street map or GPS are essential if renting is on your agenda. It would be an added advantage if you have traveling company as they can help as navigators or spotters. Drive.MY will always assist if you need navigation assistance. Car rental in certain places in Malaysia, like Pulau Langkawi(Duty Free status Island), is in fact the best option because it is cheap and public transportation not very good.

License-Legal driving age in Malaysia is 18 years old but many car rental companies require a hirer to be at least 23 years old and have held a driver’s license for at least 2 years. Some 21 years with 3 years driving experience. An international driver’s license is not required, but a valid national license is needed.

Insurance & Safety – Insurance will be provided but always check what the extent of the coverage. You might want to take out your own insurance or pay the rental company extra premium for insurance excess reduction. Driver and front passenger are required to wear their seat belts at all times. If you have a mobile phone, do not use it while driving, which is against the law. To avoid theft of belongings, always park at a place which is bright and visible.

Car Rental Prices – Rates start at RM130 for a day for a Malaysian built Perodua Viva but varies accordingly, with the major car rental companies being more expensive. However major car rental companies do provide better service in terms of having more offices located throughout the country, where you can drop the car off or contact when there is a problem. Drive.MY gathers all the best car rental deals into one portal and making it as the largest marketplace for car rental in Malaysia.  The more days the car is rented, the cheaper it is charged per day. Hence we are committed to serve our customers with a worthy deal.

Now, move on some of the driving experience to expect when driving in Malaysia especially on major cities. Malaysia uses the “drive on the left” system, similar to those in United Kingdom and many of its commonwealth countries. Cars stay on the left side of the road on a two way road. On a two or three lane road, the slow lane is the left lane and right lane is used for overtaking and driving at higher speeds. Driver’s steering wheel is located on the right side of the car. The roads in Malaysia are generally in good conditions and quite extensive. Highways link major cities and town roads reach out to every nook and corner.

Driving in Malaysia is quite an experience altogether. Let’s say the driving experience, especially in big cities, would be similar to that of many “bad boy” reputation cities in the world. For instance, Miami USA, Naples Italy and Buenos Aires Argentina. By this we mean that you can expect some cars not stop at stop signs, red lights being beaten occasionally, speed limits being beaten routinely, cars cutting in front of you or sometimes tailgating you if you are the much slower car. After midnight, for some drivers, the law book is out of the window and red lights, especially at housing areas, pose as decorations only. All this is done with a certain degree of caution of course, although accidents are caused by such behavior. The good news is that there is hardly any blaring of the car horns as Malaysians found out that it is totally ineffective many years ago. It is a matter of adjusting for the traveler. There are also many sane, safe and law abiding drivers around.

Traffic congestion is a problem in big cities, particularly Kuala Lumpur and Penang. If you get caught in a traffic situation and gets lost on the roads, be prepared to wait it out. Cars cost a zillion in Malaysia because the taxes are high, but it has never stopped the population from buying them in droves.  The local car manufacturers Proton and Perodua sell the majority of the cars in Malaysia, although competitively priced foreign cars has eroded its market share in recent years.

Speed Limits

The speed limits in Malaysia are 110km/h on Motorways, 80km/h outside of built-up areas and expressways and 50km/h within towns.

Petrol Stations & Prices

Petrol in Malaysia is currently undergoing a shift in the petrol policy, whereby every month the petrol price follows the average world oil price. Although engines of diesel cars have gone thorough leaps and bounds in terms of technology, diesel cars are not popular in Malaysia, and thus not common.

Petrol stations are widely available and popular brands are Shell, Mobil, Esso, BP, Petronas and Petron. Petrol stations service include pumping petrol, pumping tire air, washroom and some providing a car service, a small mart, ATM withdrawal and car wash. Pumping petrol is done by you. First go to the cashier located at the station, let the person behind the cashier know which bay number your car is located at and how  much you want to pump. Pay the amount and then proceed to pump your car. If you have not pumped your car yourself before, do ask help from the station attendance. If you want a full tank, do let the cashier know beforehand and proceed to pump first. When pumping stops, proceed to pay the cashier the amount due, which is listed on the pump machine. Credit cards are accepted too. Swipe the card at the pumping machine and key in the amount you wish to pump. Wait for the signal which will let you know when it is ready. When it is ready, proceed to pump. Do ask for assistance from the attendance if you need any.

Car parking in Malaysia

Open public car parks charge from RM4.00 to RM10.00 per day, which is cheap. Shopping malls charge in between RM1 to RM3 per entry outside Kuala Lumpur. Meter parking is also available on streets with maximum charge at RM5 a day. Hotel car parks are charged by the hour at RM3 and can be expensive if you do not have a function. If you do have a function, a flat rate of RM10.00 is chargeable, but must get your ticket validated for this price. A habit of Malaysians is to park wherever there is a space which is not obstructing to others and risk getting a ticket. At times they do block others due to the acute lack of parking. If you find yourself in such a situation, just sound the car horn and within a minute, the driver will come running out apologetically and move his or her car out of the way. This is due to the many cars and lack of parking space in Cities and Towns.


We hope this information would have help you for a cleared picture about travelling on road in Malaysia. Do buzz us at for more interesting information. 

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March School Holiday Car Rental Deals

March School Holiday Car Rental Deals

Drive.MY offering the best March School Holiday Car Rental Deals for Malaysians up to RM50 OFF !!

Voucher code:

MSH50 for 3 days rental and above

MSH25 for 2 days rental

Wide varieties of car selections to choose from that fulfill your holiday trips. From compact cars to large MPVs and vans, hurry up and grab this deal.  

School holidays are great for family bonding and there’s nothing like a bit of travel to shake it all up. The last thing parents would want to hear is their kids complaining that they’re bored. Fret not, here’s our list with enough reasons for you to get out and about either on a day or weekend trip with the kids these school holidays.


1. Night Safari Zoo Taiping

You’ve seen the animals during the day, now it’s time to see what goes down after dark. Just a three-hour drive away from Kuala Lumpur, Zoo Taiping offers Night Safari experience where visitors can choose to do it by foot or mini tram rides. Among animals that can be seen are owls, elephants, deer, otters and flamingos. Part of the enjoyable experience is spotting the variety of animals under the dim lights and also a great way to explore the wild and learn about animal conservation.

2. Tempurung Cave exploration

Tempurung Cave is one of the longest and most popular caves in Peninsular Malaysia located in Gopeng, Perak. The cave, made up of marbles and limestone, were light up and connected with well-built platforms for visitors to explore. Visitors can opt to walk in by foot and come out using the underground river passage that runs through 1.6km. The wet and wild journey together with the sights of natural stalactites and stalagmites is a money-can’t-buy experience. To top it off, the cave is just 1 hour 30mins from Kuala Lumpur.

3. Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary

There’s no better place to get extremely close to endemic Malaysian elephants than at its sanctuary. As part of a conservation effort, children will get the opportunity to learn about these wonderful creatures. Visitors are allowed to feed and ride them through the jungle. Sounds like a good time to gear up your boots and explore this side of the world?

4. Dolphin spotting at Kuala Sepetang

Kuala Sepetang is home to 40,000-hectare Matang Mangrove Forest, which is recognized as the best managed sustainable mangrove ecosystem in the world and a charcoal factory. But its hidden gem is the occasional sights of the Chinese White Dolphin at the edge of the mangrove. The white or pink-skinned intelligent creatures and can be seen swimming alongside boats at the river deltas. Besides dolphin tours, the boat will make a stop at a fishermen village to introduce the island community to visitors. 

5. ESCAPE Adventureplay Theme Park

Penang’s latest digs has rapidly become attraction to adrenaline junkies from all walks of life. Among the major attractions at this outdoor adventure theme park are Tubby Racer, Monkey Business (rope course), Gecko (climbing), Tower, Atan's Leap (powerfan), Zoom Bug (roller racer) and Tots Trail (mini rope course for kids). Doesn't this sound like a fantastic venue to rekindle with your inner tree hugger and adventurous self? Yeah, can’t wait to hope in this adventurous theme park. 

6. Jelita Ostrich Farm

Certified by the Malaysian Book of Records as the first ever ostrich farm in Malaysia, Jelita Ostrich Farm offers educational yet fun session for visitors. From the right way of picking up an ostrich egg, feeding the ostrich and the opportunity to ride an ostrich, an experienced guide will show visitors the ropes. They said a hard strong ostrich egg will not break even a man weighing 100kg standing on it. What a better way to find out if that’s true than to make a visit to this farm located about an hour from Kuala Lumpur?

7. Kuala Selangor Fireflies

Dubbed by many as a must-see spot in Malaysia, visitors can experience the magical sights of fireflies with their sparkling displays. From Kuala Selangor, the boat ride to the trees and bushes with fireflies will take approximately 20 minutes. The view can be savored through naked eyes and also captured with flash-free cameras. The park opens until 10pm.

8. Big Red Strawberry Farm

When Kuala Lumpur feels like an oven, a weekend fix to Cameron Highlands will do wonders. As strawberries grow ideally in cold but dry conditions, the best time to enjoy fresh strawberries is from May until August. Tucked away in the highlands of Pahang, other attractions include the massive tea plantation, bee farm and also the Butterfly Farm. The trip will not be complete without tasting the juicy strawberry grown in the farm. 

9. KILIM Geoforest Park

From afar, it may seem like the whole area is just full of limestone carves but an opportunity to join the eagle feeding session is more thrilling than it sounds. Visitors get to view several types of eagles as close as 10 meters away, allowing sights and sounds of the eagles feasting on the meals. KILIM Geoforest Park is situated in Langkawi Island. Visitors can drive up to Kedah on a 4-hour journey and catch a boat to the wonderful island.

10. Colmar Tropicale

The picturesque view of the French-themed resort at Bukit Tinggi has attracted families to enjoy its surroundings permeated with an air of romance and French culture. The resort stands at 2,700 feet above sea level. For a weekend trip to unwind, visitors can enjoy the beautiful architecture while having a walk at their own pace and enjoy a meaningful conversation with their loved ones. When in luck, they might also be serenaded by some French-clad singers.


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Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix With Drive.MY

Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix With Drive.MY

Malaysian F1 Grand Prix 2015 is back in town !

Drive.MY offering a special car rental deals for this year's F1 event in Sepang. Rent a car for 2 days and get RM25 OFF and 3 days rental to entitle RM50 OFF specially F1 2015 Sepang!

Eneter this vouvher code in the payment page to get your discount, F1GP25 for 2 days rental and F1GP50 for 3 days rental.

Book your car now and enjoy your F1 retreat with yours buddies. Hurry up ! Car renting out fast. 

Tentative Dates:

27 March (Practice)

28 March Saturday (Qualifying)

29 March Sunday (Race)


Sepang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Selamant datang means “Welcome” and what a grand welcome we get every year in Malaysia for the F1 weekend.

Shopping galore...Kuala Lumpur is a shopper's paradise. There is a wide range of establishments and modern malls, department stores, duty-free outlets, bazaars and night markets.

From a budget point of view, the 2015 F1 Grand Prix of Malaysia is one of the best value for money Grand Prix tours available on the 2015 F1 calendar. Luxury 4 and 5 star hotels come comparably cheap and offer outdoor pools, shopping centres or the race track itself on your door step. Most drivers stay out in Sepang approximately 45 mins from downtown KL. But the better deals on F1 accommodation can be found in the city centre and our friendly drivers will take you to the action in no time.

The regularly updated Sepang International Circuit of Malaysia, is a great spectators circuit, built in a stadium-like manner. The circuit lays in a valley which enables you to see almost half of the circuit at all times irrespective of where you sit, in terms of grandstand tickets purchased. 

Excellent holiday extensions are available at very affordable prices, like a visit to the amazing beaches of Langkawi and Penang islands, a mere 30-45min flight away.

The overwhelming heat and humidity are physically wearing for the drivers in a way experienced at no other venue on the calendar. It is a very tough affair for both drivers and cars.  March is  one of the cruellest months in Malaysia, with the highest rainfall of the year and average temperatures of 30 degrees centigrade. Be prepared for some changing weather conditions!

Lets get in the F1 mood and Drive to Sepang with Drive.MY !

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