Hello Kitty Comes To A Bus Ride Near You

Kitty fans rejoice! This is one bus ride you would gladly queue up at the interchange for.

Hello Kitty concept buses.
Yes, you can now travel home with Hello Kitty sitting next to you, plastered on the seats walls and floors of the bus. Though we suspect, some might refuse to alight and go home.


The full Kitty décor on both the external and internal surface of the buses is the result of a collaboration between Taiwan-based airline EVA Air and SBS Transit.


A fleet of buses has been decked out in Sanrio characters like Hello Kitty, My Melody and Little Twin Stars.

If you are looking a catch a ride, bus service numbers include 10, 12, 130, 36, 39, 62, 154 and 159. They will leave daily from either Bedok or Clementi Interchange and travel islandwide.

The moving attraction is getting a lot of social media attention from kitty fans and bemused passers-by alike.

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Hello Kitty Will Soon Accompany You On the Plane Too

If sitting next to Hello Kitty for a 5-minute bus ride is not enough, you can consider a 5 hour plane ride with the celebrity cat schoolgirl.

A highly anticipated “Hello Kitty” plane by EVA Air that will travel between Singapore-Taipei starting June 21. The flight will have a themed exterior as well as internal in-flight hello-kitty service items like Hello Kitty themed food, pillows and toiletries.


No surprise that Singapore Kitty-pore is the first country in Southeast Asia to host the aircraft since we are so Kitty obsessed. Now we don’t even have to think about traveling without Hello Kitty.

Kitty EZ-Link charms? Check.

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Hello Kitty plush for company? Check.

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Hello Kitty destination? A.k.a Hello Kitty Shrine? Check.


Welcome to Kitty-pore.

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With references from Today, Facebook, The Straits Times