Cheap public transport in Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. Taking a cheap ride – Backpacker, means you’ll enjoy plenty of public transportation while you’re in the area you’re visiting. This has often become one of the biggest obstacles for novice travellers, claiming that they do not know the route, do not understand the local transportation system or do not know the price to pay for using these transit facilities.
The worry is a little excessive. With a little effort. Search the Internet, all the information you need can be easily obtained. And that’s one of the other advantages of buying this ebook, because I’ve prepared everything for you.
The transport system is generally very sophisticated and easy to understand even by foreigners. You can even take advantage of a variety of attractive offers specially designed by the local government to accommodate the interests of outside tourists.
Public transport in Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia
To travel cheaply in the city of Kuala Lumpur, you can take advantage of the KL Monorail installation, which is nothing more than a fully air-conditioned passenger train type, running on a single rail, intentionally built ‘in suspension” or not on the ground. The local government is taking care of it to reduce the density of traffic in the city of Kuala Lumpur.
The KL monorail is recognized as an economical but reliable means of public transport, particularly to connect major city sites and other light rail (LRT) facilities such as STAR & PUTRA.
- To see a complete map of the KL light rail route, please visit http://www.malaxi.com/Map_transit.htm
If you often use public transport when you’re in Kuala Lumpur, you can’t just forget the role of KL Sentral – Kuala Lumpur’s main train station, where almost all types of trains are located, those that serve only the city of Kual in Lumpur, as well as intercity and intercity trains. Even if the country – always stop there to carry and drop off passengers. KL Sentral’s role is like the heart of rail transport in Kuala Lumpur. For this reason, if I want to know more about the situation map of Malaysia’s most modern and sophisticated train station, I deliberately prepared a map of each floor of KL Sentral.
- Floor plan level 1 KL Sentral http://www.stesensentral.com/page.cfm?id=1513DAD5-EBEE-7BA1-72FC483B578BDFF2 – secid – 1504F0A8-9B65-8488-6DDB554EEEA32DFA2 – type – wyswyg
- Level Plan Level 2 KL Sentral http://www.stesensentral.com/page.cfm?id=8E44CDB3-19DC-434B-83D998757A0FA81E – secid – 1504F0A8-9B65-8488-6DDB554EEEEA32DFA2 – type – wyswyg
- Floor plan level 3 KL Sentral http://www.stesensentral.com/page.cfm?id=62403FED-133B-46B0-809376CB2DE7FE9D – secid – 1504F0A8-9B65-8488-6DDB554EEEEA32DFA2 – type – wyswyg
Public transport in Singapore
The rapid transit system in Singapore is a modern air-conditioned passenger train service, with stops throughout the country. There are three main lines: the north-south line from Marina Bay to Jurong East, the east-west line from Changi Airport/Pasir Ris to Boon Lay and the northeast line from Harbour Front to Punggol. Travelling by MRT is very cheap, with fees ranging from 0.80 SGD to a maximum of 1.70 SGD. Maybe now the price has gone up.
In addition to using money, you can pay for MRT and bus tickets with ez-link cards. This card can be purchased or filled at any TransitLink ticket office located at most MRT stations and bus stops. Each adult card is sold with a minimum of 10 SGD plus a deposit fee of 5 SGD (refundable). Maybe now the price has gone up.
The Singapore Tourist Pass (STP) is the right choice for those who plan to travel frequently from one place to another while in Singapore they use public transport (bus and metro). Sold with prices from 8 SGD for 1 day, 16 SGD for 2 days and 24 SGD. Maybe now the price has gone up.
3 days of unlimited travel to Singapore. With this STP card, you can simultaneously take advantage of various attractive discount offers, ranging from price reductions to visits to different museums, to discounted purchases at various fashion, food and beverage merchants. STP can be purchased at several MRT stations, including Orchard, City Hall, Bugis, Harbour Front, Changi Airport and Ang Mo Kio.
- To place STP orders and purchases online, please visit : http://www.thesingaporetouristpass.com
- To download the map and the high-speed transit route (MRT), please click on : http://www.smrt.com.sg/trains/network_map.asp.
Public transport in Bangkok – Thailand
Public transport in Bangkok is relatively inexpensive. Bangkok’s public transport system (BTS), also known as the Bangkok Skytrain, is a brand new facility made available to the public and travellers. It is considered comfortable, inexpensive and safe. You can connect with various major tourist spots in Bangkok such as Sukhumvit, Silom, Ploenchit and Phiyathai using this means of transport.
There are several options to choose from if you want to use the features.
which is similar to this monorail. For a full day of travel using BTS, you just have to pay 120 Baht. For a one-way ticket, the price is about 15 to 40 Baht (depending on the distance). While the Bangkok Tourist Pass which has an unlimited validity for 1 day and 3 full days is indexed to the price of 100 Bath (duration 1 day) and 280 Bath (duration 3 days). Maybe now the price has gone up.
o To find out the map of the station and the BTS/Bangkok Skytrain route as well as other information about this transport facility, please visit : http://bangkok.sawadee.com/skytrain.htm
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