Coming in from my Railink from Manggarai, I headed on to the Skytrain station to continue on my way to Terminal 2 to check-in for my Jetstar Asia flight back to Singapore.
Heading up the escalator to the platform.
The island platform of Airport Railway Station Skytrain station.
I had just missed a train to Terminal 2, so instead of waiting at the station for another 9 minutes, I just hopped on to the same train going to Terminal 1 and bounce back with it.
The arriving Skytrain to Terminal 1 which I’m going to joyride on.
The interior of the Skytrain.
The Skytrain is still manually driven despite having opened 2 years ago in a “temporary” mode.
Departing from Airport Railway Station.
Passing by the Skytrain depot.
At Terminal 2, I took the escalator up from the platform to the new linkbridge.
Continuing on to the linkbridge.
Taking the travellator down.
The linkbridge looks great, but would be nicer if travellators continued on the flat portion of the bridge.
Heading down the escalator to the terminal building.
This time, the door directly into the terminal building is finally up, and I headed in to go check-in for my Jetstar Asia flight.
Overall, I was quite surprised I didn’t get stopped for photos this time, but it might also be because my shots were done fast enough and I was going to board the train already. But nevertheless, I did this just to get better pictures with my DSLR rather than relying on my GoPro shots on the previous journey, so that’s a success. As the Skytrain ride is rather simple, I may just be skipping taking any photos of it from now on, unless there’s something new to update, hopefully with the automation of the line.