Few Interesting
Transport Facts –
Malaysia,
Indonesia,
Singapore and
Thailand
April 2009
Country Flag Currency
Exchange
Rate ($1)
Malaysia Ringgit MYR 3.60
Indonesia Rupiah IDR 10,950
Singapore Dollars SGD 1.50
...
In Johar Bahru (Malaysia), you can see the segregated
Motor-cycle lanes. Motor-cycles and scooters just zip down
the lane.
In Batam (Indonasia), one can only find Radio Taxi or Metro
Trans small buses.
A typical bus stop in Batam (Indonasia).
In Singapore, all bus stops has steel railing as per the bus
number. This enforce commuters to form a queue while
boarding...
In Singapore, there are not large number of articulated
buses visible on the road. Each bus has ‘stop button’
system, wher...
In Singapore, Metro Single Journey Tickets are available
only at ticket vending machines. The machine issues single
journe...
In Singapore, Metro doors are aligned with the safety gates
at Metro Station. All underground stations have safety
gates.
This is the one of the
best thing of Metro
System in Singapore. In
India, we have only one
single pole in the middle
for t...
In Pattaya City (Thailand), they have these types of small
vehicles known as Baht Bus to carry passenger. They also
have a...
This vehicle is a pride of Bangkok (Thailand), famously
called Tuk-Tuk. One need to bargain before boarding the
scooter.
In Bangkok (Thailand), the "cream" (or orange) colored air
conditioned buses are the newest and most spacious. The
fare st...
The blue air conditioned buses cost 8 baht for the first 8
kilometers, and the rate goes up slowly from there. A very
long...
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Few Interesting Transport Facts – Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore And Thailand

  1. 1. Few Interesting Transport Facts – Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand April 2009
  2. 2. Country Flag Currency Exchange Rate ($1) Malaysia Ringgit MYR 3.60 Indonesia Rupiah IDR 10,950 Singapore Dollars SGD 1.50 Thailand Baht THB 35.50
  3. 3. In Johar Bahru (Malaysia), you can see the segregated Motor-cycle lanes. Motor-cycles and scooters just zip down the lane.
  4. 4. In Batam (Indonasia), one can only find Radio Taxi or Metro Trans small buses.
  5. 5. A typical bus stop in Batam (Indonasia).
  6. 6. In Singapore, all bus stops has steel railing as per the bus number. This enforce commuters to form a queue while boarding the bus. At some bus stops, there were 7 steel railing.
  7. 7. In Singapore, there are not large number of articulated buses visible on the road. Each bus has ‘stop button’ system, where the passenger needs to push the button to request driver to stop the bus at next station.
  8. 8. In Singapore, Metro Single Journey Tickets are available only at ticket vending machines. The machine issues single journey card and keep SG$1 as security. The passenger need to submit the card in the machine to get the refund.
  9. 9. In Singapore, Metro doors are aligned with the safety gates at Metro Station. All underground stations have safety gates.
  10. 10. This is the one of the best thing of Metro System in Singapore. In India, we have only one single pole in the middle for the passenger. In Singapore, they divided the single pole in three part to provide extra space to passenger to hold the handrail, while standing
  11. 11. In Pattaya City (Thailand), they have these types of small vehicles known as Baht Bus to carry passenger. They also have a very good system of Motorcycle Taxi.
  12. 12. This vehicle is a pride of Bangkok (Thailand), famously called Tuk-Tuk. One need to bargain before boarding the scooter.
  13. 13. In Bangkok (Thailand), the "cream" (or orange) colored air conditioned buses are the newest and most spacious. The fare starts at 10 baht for the first several kilometers, and goes up slowly from there, to a maximum of 20 baht.
  14. 14. The blue air conditioned buses cost 8 baht for the first 8 kilometers, and the rate goes up slowly from there. A very long ride across town may cost around 20 baht.

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