Important Points to Remember about MPM Bus
MPM or Mulia Putri Mulia is a bus operator that has only been operating since 2019. The main routes served by this operator are Jakarta - Padang and Padang - Jakarta. Although relatively new, MPM buses also serve Jabodetabek, Bandung, and other Sumatra routes.
- Headquartered in West Sumatra, MPM bus routes are Padang Panjang - Bandung, Payakumbuh - Depok, Jakarta - Solok, Payakumbuh - Jakarta, and Jakarta - Padang.
- Among these routes, Jakarta - Padang PP and Bandung - Padang PP are the most popular routes.
- Classified as new, the MPM buses are still in prime condition with the Executive AC type with a 2 - 2 configuration and Super Executive with a 2 - 2 configuration. All buses have a capacity of 41 passenger seats.
- The MPM bus is one of the pioneering operators that provide free meals for its passengers. Other facilities besides AC and reclining seats are drinking water, hand sanitizer, cable TV, USB charging, reading lights, GPS, toilets, and smoking area.
- Departures start at 08.00 for the Payakumbuh - Depok route and then depart almost every two hours for all routes. The last schedule is served by the Jakarta - Padang and Jakarta - Solok routes at 14.00.
- Get 10% discount and 20% cashback for every first MPM bus order which is valid until March 31, 2021. Please enter the NEW code before proceeding to payment.
- MPM bus departures in Jakarta are at Pulogebang Terminal, Kampung Rambutan, Pondok Pinang, and Kalideres.
- While in West Sumatra, departures will be at the Koto Nan Ampek Payakumbuh Bus Terminal and the Bukit Surungan Padang Panjang Bus Terminal.
- The cheapest price offered by MPM is IDR 425,000 and IDR 550.00 per ticket for the farthest route.
- From 82 reviews, the MPM bus received a rating of 3.92 especially for the completeness of the facilities provided.
RedBus ensures Safety + on every MPM bus you order. This ensures the application of health protocols that include checking temperature, cleaning using disinfectants, using masks, and eliminating the provision of pillows and blankets. This was done during the COVID-19 pandemic to maintain the safety of every passenger and staff.