Mar 13, 2019• by MastYatri

Bangkok Airport to Pattaya by Bus

How to Reach Pattaya from Suvarnabhumi Airport by Bus The bus is the cheapest form of transportation to reach Pattaya from Bangkok. The buses are air conditioned and are very comfortable. You can...

Nov 1, 2018• by Finn Ballard Tours

Using the Berlin public transport system

The Berlin public transport system might seem overwhelming at first, but it's actually quite simple once you get used to it. Tickets can be used on any form of transport: bus, tram, metro or...

Sep 17, 2018• by bule homestay cianjur

How to get to Cianjur

Cianjur is 120 km from Jakarta and 80 km from Bandung, so, there are many public transportations from the big cities like Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Bogor. Direction to Cianjur from Kampung...

Aug 22, 2018• by Julia T

Guanajuato: Main Bus Station to Historic City Center by Bus

If you come to Guanajuato by bus (typically with ETN, Estrella Blanc, First Plus or Primera Plus), you'll end up in Guanajuato Central Bus Station (Central de Autobuses de Guanajuato, in...

Jun 28, 2018• by Plush

Cheap way to go from Victoria Airport (BC) to Downtown

There is no direct bus from the Victoria Airport (YYJ) to Downtown Victoria. If you take the bus just outside the airport (bus 88) you'll have to transfer once or twice depending on the route you...

May 24, 2018• by Casa Las Tres Naranjas

How to get around in Cuba

In this article we want to share four options about how to get around in Cuba. Before mentioning these options, we have to warn you that transportation in Cuba is relatively expensive. Generally...

Mar 28, 2018• by liu-tw

A guide to Taroko National Park

Taroko Gorge is a National Park located on the Eastern Coast of Taiwan, around 150km away from Taipei. The mountains are crossed by the Liwu River, forming a 20km-long canyon. Where to stay The...

Mar 19, 2018• by liu-tw

Taiwan's Kenting National Park without a car or a scooter

Most guidebooks or blog posts about Kenting National Park will tell you to rent a scooter, but you can actually do without. That leaves you with two main options: walking and taking the bus. All this...

Feb 27, 2018• by tommy7

Visiting Muscat without a car

A big part of Oman economy relies on oil. It makes gas very cheap and that's why the main means of transportation in Oman is the car, making the country designed for cars. Visiting Muscat without...

Feb 27, 2018• by tommy7

Dubai to Muscat by bus

This trip from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Oman is operated by an Omani bus company called Mwasalat, also known as ONTC (Oman National Transport Company). The schedule is also directly...

Feb 27, 2018• by tommy7

Take your passport with you to book transport tickets

When buying bus, train or boat tickets at the counter, some countries require you to show your passport. It is not always the case, and it is more frequent with trains and boats than buses. Take...

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