Epic Queues at JB-S’pore Causeway & Tuas Second Link on CNY Eve 2023


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The warning from the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) that there are long queues at both Woodlands and Tuas checkpoints has turned out to be a warning we should have heeded.

On January 21, 2023, the eve of Chinese New Year (CNY), long queues were observed at both checkpoints.

Screenshot of Checkpoint.sg

Screenshot of Checkpoint.sg

Screenshot of Checkpoint.sg

Queues of cars can be seen at both the Tuas Second Link and Woodlands, according to Checkpoint.sg, with estimated wait times of up to 3 hours and 40 minutes.

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How long are the queues?

Mothership reader Panda shared a video of how things are going on the ground.

The video, taken at about 8:30am on Jan. 21 at the Tuas Second Link, shows how many cars are waiting to enter Malaysia:

If you can’t sit through the three minutes and 11 seconds of the video, here it is sped up to eight times:

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Video courtesy of Panda

Those of you planning to drive into Johor Bahru, take note.

Top photos courtesy of Panda & from One Motoring

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