Tag: Transportation

Backpacking In Bangkok : Hua Lamphong Railway Station

Backpacking In Bangkok : Hua Lamphong Railway Station

Bangkok, Thailand
Hua Lamphong Railway Station one of oldest building in Bangkok city. It is well known among tourist and traveler as Bangkok Railway Station. It is main railway station in Bangkok city because  the station will connect to almost very part of city through MRT and also other part of Thailand. A little bit about history of Hua Lamphong Railway Station The station was opened on June 25, 1916 after six years' construction. The site of the railway station was previously occupied by the national railway's maintenance centre, which moved to Makkasan in June 1910. At the nearby location of the previous railway station a pillar commemorates the inauguration of the Thai railway network in 1897. The station was built in an Italian Neo-Renaissance style, with decorated wooden roofs and stained gla
Kapal Fuji Maru

Kapal Fuji Maru

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Pernahkah anda terfikir suatu hari anda berlayar di atas kapal selama 52 hari kemudian berhenti di 4 negara Asia Tenggara dan Jepun.Program  ini dinamakan sebagai Program Kapal Belia Asia Jepun (SSEAYP) dan peserta terdiri dari 11 negara Asia Tenggara termasuk Jepun selaku tuan punya program ini. Masuk tahun ini program ini telah berjalan selama 38 tahun bermula sejak 1973 . Tujuan asal program ini adalah untuk membina tali persahabatan dan juga merapatkan hubung di antara negara Asia Tenggar dan Jepun (Mutual Understanding)  selain dari belajar tentang budaya dan adat resam negara masing-masing. Baru-baru kapal ini Kapal Ms Fuji Maru telah berlayar di Malaysia. Saya berkesempatan untuk melihat kapal ini lebih dekat dan bagaimana bentuk dan saiz yang boleh menampung sehingga 400 ...
Melaka Airline

Melaka Airline

Malaysia, Melaka
Sebenarnya pengangkutan dari Melaka ke Indonesia sudah lama beroperasi cuma dengan pengangkutan super bot  atau Bot Laju dari Melaka ke Dumai.  Perkhidmatan yang terbaru adalah dengan kapal terbang dari Melaka ke Medan , secara tidak lansung dapat meningkatkan ekonomi dan pelancong kedua-dua belah tempat Medan dan Melaka. Aku masih belum berkesempatan untuk melawat Dumai dan Medan. Harap suata hari nanti aku dapat pergi. Anda boleh refer dengan maklumat di sini Melaka pengangkutan-pelancongan Melaka mempunyai perkhidmatan feri sehala dan pergi-balik ke Dumai (Indonesia) yang berlepas setiap hari. Visa diperlukan oleh bukan warga Malaysia. Perkhidmatan feri tiba dan berlepas daripada: Jeti Shahbandar Taman Melaka Raya 75000 Melaka Untuk maklumat lanjut, sila hu...
Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS)

Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS)

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
New terminal was newly opened in January 2011. This 1 of the best bus terminal in Malaysia looks like International Airport even better than LCCT. Why I said like it's because the interior looks like inside airport   with new technology such as touch screen when u want to buy a ticket or to find information. The facilities the up most comfort and conveience for all South-bound bus passengers and users. They have 60 specialty outlets for all your shopping while travelling need and also many food and beverage available. The problem is they have 2 counter ticket. One is running by TBS and another one running by bus operator maybe make u a little bit confuse. What can I say if u want to buy a ticket first you check 1st counter (a) refer the photo below , if you don't find the tic...
Three-hour train rides from Ipoh to Seremban start Wednesday

Three-hour train rides from Ipoh to Seremban start Wednesday

Article, Malaysia, Perak
KUALA LUMPUR: Starting Wednesday, the public will be able to travel by train from Ipoh to Seremban in just three hours.The Electric Train Services (ETS) will begin its commercial run with 10 trips between Ipoh and Seremban with a six-month promotion rate of RM30 one way. A 40% discount would be given to children under 12, the physically-challenged and senior citizens. KTM Bhd president Dr Aminuddin Adnan said it would take only two hours from Ipoh to KL at an average speed of 110kph and up to a maximum of 160 kph. “We hope that the public will find this service safer, faster and more comfortable than driving,” he said during a familiarisation trip for 200 business and professional individuals yesterday. Electrifying experience: An attendant welcoming newsmen on the brand new el
Hop-On Hop-Off Bus In Kuala Lumpur

Hop-On Hop-Off Bus In Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Uncategorized
Kuala Lumpur Hop-On Hop-Off Bus If you just want to get around Kuala Lumpur and tour the city at your own leisure without: * being tied down to rigid scheduled tours by tour agencies, or * being irritated by unlucky encounter with unscrupulous taxi drivers, or * getting lost by driving through unfamiliar roads I would strongly suggest that you get on the Hop-On Hop-Off Bus. These double decker buses (with glass rooftop) will get you around Kuala Lumpur all day long! You can get on or get off at any of the 42 destinations for just a one-time, all-day ticket. If you stay on the bus for a complete round, it will take about 45 to 60 minutes. And as of right now, there are four buses doing its rounds from 8.30am to 8.30pm. Kuala Lumpur Hop-On Hop-Off BusKuala Lumpur Hop-On Hop-Off Bus is...
Phuket-Penang direct flights to launch April 13

Phuket-Penang direct flights to launch April 13

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As part of a drive to boost the number of tourists to Malaysia, Malaysian Airlines’ new low-cost carrier Firefly airlines will start daily direct flights between Phuket and Penang beginning April 13. Malaysian Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor discussed the new service at a press conference at the Royal Phuket City Hotel on Thursday. Firefly, which will launch on April 2, will also start daily direct service between Samui and Penang on April 15. Last year, about 1.9 million of Malaysia’s 17.5 million tourists were from Thailand, and Tourism Minister Adnan said that the country wants to increase that number to 2.2 million in the upcoming year. “This year is very special year for Malaysia because Malaysia is going to celebrate our 50 years as an independent nation,”