Flight Review – Malaysia Airlines MH1: London Heathrow Terminal 4 to Kuala Lumpur by Airbus A350-900

While there could be 10,000 different flight numbers possible for use, the flight bearing the number 1 tends to be the airline's flagship route, which is exactly why I'm choosing to fly Malaysia Airlines MH1 from London back to Kuala Lumpur this evening for the prestige in flying on Malaysia Airlines' flagship route on its … Continue reading Flight Review – Malaysia Airlines MH1: London Heathrow Terminal 4 to Kuala Lumpur by Airbus A350-900

Docklands Light Railway (DLR): Canary Wharf to Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich by Train (for Greenwich Park Prime Meridian Line)

Aside from the affected sectors served by the DLR replacement bus Service A, the rest of the line from Canary Wharf is operating as per normal and I could continue my journey from there. Down south to Greenwich, it was still easier to get on the remaining parts of the DLR in service as there … Continue reading Docklands Light Railway (DLR): Canary Wharf to Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich by Train (for Greenwich Park Prime Meridian Line)

DLR Rail Replacement Bus Service A: Tower Gateway (Stop TC) to Canary Wharf (Stop G) by Bus

From the Tower of London, I decided to go to Greenwich Park to check off another item on the typical London to-do list. Unfortunately, on the day of my travel, the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) was not in operation from Bank and Tower Gateway to Poplar and West India Quay due to planned maintenance works. … Continue reading DLR Rail Replacement Bus Service A: Tower Gateway (Stop TC) to Canary Wharf (Stop G) by Bus

London Buses Route 15H (Heritage): Charing Cross/Trafalgar Square (Stop F) to Tower of London (Stop TB) by AEC Routemaster

Having already seen most, if not all, of the icons of London, there is just one more that I have got a couple of chances to see the private versions of already, but not the opportunity to be on it. Aside from the usual Big Ben and Tower Bridge (also commonly mistaken as London Bridge), … Continue reading London Buses Route 15H (Heritage): Charing Cross/Trafalgar Square (Stop F) to Tower of London (Stop TB) by AEC Routemaster

Chiltern Railways: Oxford to London Marylebone by Train

The Chiltern Railways service from Oxford to London Marylebone is a new alternative route to travel from Oxford directly into Central London since 2015 with substantial upgrades to the Oxford–Bicester Line allowing trains to run on the short branch line and curve directly towards High Wycombe and London Marylebone without terminating at Bicester Village. Since … Continue reading Chiltern Railways: Oxford to London Marylebone by Train

Oxford Tube: London Victoria Station (Stop 10A) to Oxford Gloucester Green Bus Station by 24 Hour Bus Service

The Oxford Tube, contrary to its name, is a high-frequency bus service between London and Oxford. (No, the Underground aka the Tube doesn't go to Oxford - that might be a long and painful all-stop ride.) On top of it being the cheapest bus service between London and Oxford, with the other competitor being the … Continue reading Oxford Tube: London Victoria Station (Stop 10A) to Oxford Gloucester Green Bus Station by 24 Hour Bus Service

megasightseeing.com: Super Cheap £1 Sit-In-Coach Open Top Megabus Tour of London

Megabus is a well-known coach operator in the United Kingdom bringing low cost intercity coach services to the masses. On top of cheap intercity bus tickets which I have tried out on my previous trip to Sheffield, Megabus now has a sightseeing arm in London known as Megasightseeing, operating on the same low cost model … Continue reading megasightseeing.com: Super Cheap £1 Sit-In-Coach Open Top Megabus Tour of London

Great Western Railway: Oxford to London Paddington by Train (Advance Single)

There are a few types of tickets sold on National Rail, with the usual ones that I've been using allowing flexibility in which train you take and the routing you may so choose. However, certain tickets if bought in advance actually go at a discounted rate with added restrictions such as being non-refundable and only … Continue reading Great Western Railway: Oxford to London Paddington by Train (Advance Single)

Chiltern Railways: London Marylebone to Oxford by Train

There are actually two options to travel between London - the first being on the Great Western Railway which I took into London, and another by Chiltern Railways on a different line altogether departing from London Marylebone. Having a London Terminals ticket allows me the flexibility to decide whichever station I would like to depart … Continue reading Chiltern Railways: London Marylebone to Oxford by Train