Getting around in Perth

Perth has three modes of transport within the city. Trains Buses Ferries Perth Railway Station is the largest station on TransPerth network. The recent and up-to-date information on public transport in Perth can be found on TransPerth website. A stand alone one time ticket can be purchased at any of the train stations. SmartRider is the…

Public transport in Brunei

The public transport in Brunei is not great. They have only buses and the buses start only at 11 AM. It is know for its cars as the cars are cheaper here. I did find a route map of Brunei public transport on the internet. The above route map is of no use if you…

Transportation to Bangalore airport

The cheapest way to get to Kempegowda International airport (Bangalore airport) is by the BMTC airport shuttles called the Vayu Vajra. They are the Volvo buses that run through 11 routes and are very frequent from various main bus stops across Bangalore. The latest and up-to-date information can be found on their website http://www.bengaluruairport.com/transport/buses.jspx?_afrLoop=4506657210112940&_afrWindowMode=0&_adf.ctrl-state=19tpwtjz6b_379 The…

Getting around in Melbourne

Melbourne has below modes of transportation: Trams – to travel within the city and inner suburbs. Trains – to travel within the city and extended suburbs. Buses – fills up the gaps where trams and trains do not exist. The main train station is the Flinders Street train station. The recent and up-to-date information about…

Getting around in Sydney

Sydney has four modes of public transport: Trains Buses Ferries Light rails The main train station is the Central train station. The recent and up-to-date information on public transport can be found on NSW Transport website. Opal card is the card used to travel within Sydney and can be used for any modes of public transport…

Transportation between & within cities

I really liked the transportation within Cambodia. The transportation ranges between buses to taxis. And the best part is they accept payment in USD or Cambodian Riel or both. Transportation between cities: I took the Giant Ibis buses to travel between the cities – Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. Their booking was very simple and…