I late for my appointment for SITA installation of Juniper Peribit at JAL office in Changi Airport. So the whole installation only finished at about 2pm. Initially still thinking of taking SMRT Buses service 858 to Woodlands Regional Interchange then transfer to bus to Johor Bahru, so now looks like I am running out of time.
I took a taxi from Changi Airport to Woodlands Checkpoint. The journey took me about half an hour and it’s low human traffic at checkpoint, so I was able to clear both Singapore and Malaysia customs by 2.50pm. The taxi ride costs me a hefty SGD $23.00, including surcharge for hired taxi from airport.
Our Air Asia flight to Macau is on 10.30 pm at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) newly opened LCC Terminal on Thursday 30th March 2006. I work half day on the day, and worse still, I need to go to Changi Airport at the south eastern tip of Singapore for SITA’s Juniper Peribit installation between 1pm to 2pm. So I have to rush to KLIA from even further place.
I have tried to figure out what’s the fastest way, most convenient and cheapest way to go from Singapore Changi Airport to Kuala Lumpur. There are several ways and methods of transport that comes across my mind: take a bus and/or MRT to Johor Bahru, transfer to express coach to Kuala Lumpur, or I can go to Golden Mile (Beach Road) or Lavendar Street terminal to catch a express bus directly from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur. I even consider to take the KTM train to KL or Nilai to connect to bus service to KLIA, but the train schedule doesn’t fit.
Tiger Airways lowers the fare again, too all their destination from SGD $9.98, after their SGD $19.98 to all destinations can’t generates enough sales I believe. I had booked the ticket before the promotion, and here my thought.
I believe Singapore National Library is one of the best library in the world, with whole lots of facilities free for use. The section I love most is the Travel Guide, which has almost all travel guides out there in book stores, although sometimes it’s a bit out of date, and less in quantity.