AirAsia AK700: Singapore to Kuala Lumpur (for Padang) by Airbus A320-200

I had actually booked my ticket to Padang on AirAsia's non-stop flight QZ140 more than a year before travelling, but they terminated the route shortly after it was launched. Nevertheless, I took up the offered reroute via KL option to still make it to Padang at no additional cost to me and got a seat on … Continue reading AirAsia AK700: Singapore to Kuala Lumpur (for Padang) by Airbus A320-200

Thai Airways TG407: Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Singapore by Boeing 777-300

Thai Airways TG407 is the daily afternoon flight from Bangkok, departing at 1.50pm and arriving into Singapore at 5.10pm, just in time to have lunch on board the flight and get into Singapore for dinner. It's also a comfortable timing after checking out of your hotel to prepare for work the next day. Check-in for … Continue reading Thai Airways TG407: Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Singapore by Boeing 777-300

Thai Airways TG408: Singapore to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi by Boeing 777-200

TG408 is the evening flight of Thai Airways departing from Singapore at 6.15pm, arriving into Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport at 7.35pm. Unfortunately for me this time, due to the weather conditions in Singapore, this schedule won't be exactly followed. Check-in for Thai Airways is at Row 4 of Changi Airport Terminal 1. Thankfully, the check-in queue wasn't … Continue reading Thai Airways TG408: Singapore to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi by Boeing 777-200

Malaysia Airlines MH609: Kuala Lumpur to Singapore (from Yangon) by Boeing 737-800

Coming in from my flight from Yangon and checking on my onward flight's gate, I got on the Aerotrain from the Main Terminal Building to the Satellite Terminal for Gate C6 for my Malaysia Airlines MH609 flight from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore. I did consider getting the bus, but with not many people waiting on the … Continue reading Malaysia Airlines MH609: Kuala Lumpur to Singapore (from Yangon) by Boeing 737-800

RailTravel Station Magnet Set – Malaysia EMU Series – Singapore Sales

Following the success of the previous batch of magnets, RailTravel Station is now offering a new set of designs for your collection! The Malaysia EMU Series Magnet Set consists of the 3 types of six-car electric multiple units used on the KTM West Coast Line which includes the 91 Class EMU on short-distance ETS services, … Continue reading RailTravel Station Magnet Set – Malaysia EMU Series – Singapore Sales

Malaysia Airlines MH602: Singapore to Kuala Lumpur (for Yangon) by Boeing 737-800

MH602 is Malaysia Airlines' first daily morning flight from Singapore. I opted to fly to Yangon with Malaysia Airlines as it was the cheapest way there, even when compared with budget airlines. As such, my flight would involve a transit in Kuala Lumpur, combined with a flight departing in the early morning from Singapore. Unfortunately, … Continue reading Malaysia Airlines MH602: Singapore to Kuala Lumpur (for Yangon) by Boeing 737-800

Scoot TR251: Palembang to Singapore by Airbus A320-200

After exploring the Palembang LRT here, here, here and here, it was time to head back to Singapore after just a night's stay in Palembang. Despite being only a 2-day stay, Scoot's TR250 and TR251 combination allows for a perfect weekend getaway to Palembang. Yeah, not the most impressive ideal destination from Singapore as compared … Continue reading Scoot TR251: Palembang to Singapore by Airbus A320-200

Scoot TR250: Singapore to Palembang by Airbus A319-100

Scoot TR250 is the only Saturday flight flying from Singapore to Palembang, departing at a comfortable schedule of 11.30am from Singapore for the 70-minute flight. As an added bonus, Scoot assigns an Airbus A319 for this Saturday short hop, so that means extra legroom for everyone. My boarding pass for the TR250 flight to Palembang, printed … Continue reading Scoot TR250: Singapore to Palembang by Airbus A319-100

Singapore Airlines SQ181: Brunei to Singapore by Boeing 777-300

SQ181 is one out of up to three daily flights from Brunei to Singapore, with the other two flights operated by Royal Brunei Airlines. Singapore Airlines fly this route five times a week, with just two flights operated by Singapore Airlines' own aircraft, with the other three using a Silkair-operated A320. As my flight was on a … Continue reading Singapore Airlines SQ181: Brunei to Singapore by Boeing 777-300