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Offline mintae

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Transport networks - useful urls/info
« on: Jun 10, 06, 09:04 AM »
i hate sourcing out for transport information so here's hoping we can collate something useful. maybe just random contribution from everyone first then we can collate it nicely on to a new transport info page on this site. :)


Rail travel- Seat 61
-comprehensive site about rail travel in many countries. :)
info includes rail from sg to thailand.
even how to get to uk from china, etc. (if you've got a month to spare!)
china to hanoi, etc etc.

Offline KingPatryn

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« Reply #1 on: Jun 10, 06, 12:08 PM »
If U want rail travelling info within a country is easier to get. And see U found 1 site already that is able to point us to the common sites below

http://www.raileurope.com/us/index.htm
http://www.eurail.com/
http://www.viarail.ca/
http://www.amtrak.com/
http://www.korail.go.kr/ROOT/main-top.top?lang=eng
http://www.japanrailpass.net/

china rail U need to read chinese
http://www.huoche.com.cn/piaojia/

Even more cheapo can take bus
www.greyhound.ca
www.greyhound.com
http://www.greyhound.com.au/
http://www.busabout.com/

Offline mintae

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« Reply #2 on: Jun 10, 06, 06:49 PM »
gaaaaa. greyhound not cheap. :(
always look for the smaller bus companies with very crazy bus timings like 7am in the morning. can be half the price of greyhound. :)

Offline paapoopa

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« Reply #3 on: Jun 11, 06, 06:19 AM »
this guy includes a lot of useful links in his website
though he mainly focus on malaysia

Offline KingPatryn

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« Reply #4 on: Jun 11, 06, 11:45 AM »
Quote from: "mintae"
gaaaaa. greyhound not cheap. :(
always look for the smaller bus companies with very crazy bus timings like 7am in the morning. can be half the price of greyhound. :)

If U are talking about North America travel, almost all smaller bus companies have been bought over by Greyhound.
Unless U are in big cities with lots of asian, you might be able to find Chinese Coach.

For greyhound, Book early like 7 days ahead the price is always cheaper. like 50% of the price when U buy it over the counter for today travel.