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Getting Around San Francisco – Top Three Public Transportation

Posted on: July 6th, 2014 by Ken Chong No Comments
Getting Around San Francisco – Top Three Public Transportation

Welcome to San Francisco! If you not rent a car, you need to depend the public transport to see the local color of the city and neighborhood.. Here are the top three transportation that I am going to recommend: Muni Bus or Street Cars Bus certainly is your reliable transport for discovering the striking landmarks and beautiful views such as

Top Three London Tube Line for Tourist

Posted on: June 29th, 2014 by Ken Chong No Comments
Top Three London Tube Line for Tourist

London Tube or Underground  is the most quickest way  for tourist to get around London. However, you might feel complex and confuse for the eleven different lines and shinning colours cross much of this world leading metropolis. To reduce the complex of the Tube Lines, I am going to recommend three most important line that can cover most of the

How to use Oyster Card to ride a bus in London

Posted on: August 6th, 2012 by Ken Chong No Comments
How to use Oyster Card to ride a bus in London

How to use an Oyster card to ride a bus in London? Before that, let’s me explain to you what is Oyster card. This “plastic pass” sizes same as your credit card. You can store your credit in Oyster card and pay as you go. It is very convenient and inexpensive which widely accepted in most of the transportation in

London Transport

Posted on: July 25th, 2012 by Ken Chong No Comments
London Transport

Airport in London London has three major airports – Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted. Heathrow Airport London Heathrow Airport looks set to become the busiest in the world, transporting 67 million passengers a year from five terminals. From the airport, 15 miles (24 km) west of Central London, the Heathrow Express whisks you into London Paddington Station in 15 minutes. It

Copenhagen Transport

Posted on: June 25th, 2012 by Ken Chong No Comments
Copenhagen Transport

Copenhagen Airport Kastrup Scandinavia’s largest airport, Copenhagen Airport Kastrup flies more than 21 million passengers annually from the three modern, stylish airport terminals. Central Copenhagen is a 15-minute train or Metro ride, 8km north-west of the airport. Transportation in Copenhagen Scandinavia’s biggest city, Copenhagen is not difficult to get around and the majority sights are accessible by public transport. Most

Paris Transport

Posted on: June 13th, 2012 by Ken Chong No Comments

Charles de Gaulle International Airport France’s main international airport, and the second busiest in Europe, Paris-Charles de Gaulle International Airport flies 60 million passengers a year from its three terminals. The airport is 23 km (14 miles) from central Paris, about 30 minutes on the RER train. Orly Airport Paris Orly Airport, the city’s second largest airport, mainly handles domestic,

Amsterdam Transport

Posted on: June 12th, 2012 by Ken Chong No Comments

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport Regularly voted best airport in Europe, Amsterdam Schiphol Airport doesn’t disappoint, with its sleek design and friendly, efficient service. With more than 47 million passengers passing through the airport each year, it is a major transport hub with a vast array of shops, services and entertainment. Central Amsterdam is 15 km (9 miles) to the northeast, less

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