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Posted By eDicky

So we spoke to Air Asia and learned that there is...

So we spoke to Air Asia and learned that there is no Fly-thru at KUL on that route. It's necessary to go through and check in again for the onward flight, for which the best connection does not give...
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Posted By eDicky

Many thanks for the replies I'm trying to...

Many thanks for the replies

I'm trying to find out how the Air Asia Fly-thru works, they don't sell as LOP-DMK, only two separate tickets LOP-KUL and KUL-DMK (although looks like you can book LOP...
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Posted By eDicky

Thanks for replying - The last time I looked it...

Thanks for replying - The last time I looked it seemed that Air Asia were the cheapest and with good connection times. The only problem for them would be at the transit point, that's why I'm asking...
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Posted By eDicky

Air Asia 'Transit'

I need to arrange flights from Lombok to Bangkok for an Indonesian couple who have never traveled before and are not young, one with health problems.

There are no direct flights, the best option...
Forum: Thailand
Jun 18, 17, 6:20 am
Replies: 31
Views: 22,463
Posted By eDicky

Ah, in that case you're right, my impression of...

Ah, in that case you're right, my impression of you judging without experience was mistaken.

I don't remember any delays that bothered me, except when the train I was on to Sungai Kolok, southern...
Forum: Thailand
Jun 17, 17, 10:46 pm
Replies: 31
Views: 22,463
Posted By eDicky

I certainly am suggesting that it's worth...

I certainly am suggesting that it's worth considering, information on that route and in general in the link I gave indicates why it could be an attractive alternative even for a five star hotel...
Forum: Thailand
Jun 17, 17, 5:55 am
Replies: 31
Views: 22,463
Posted By eDicky

You are not far from Hua Lamphong, the main...

You are not far from Hua Lamphong, the main railway station. Have you considered a leisurely journey to Chiangmai by train, overnight sleeper?

https://www.seat61.com/Thailand.htm
Forum: Singapore
May 23, 17, 3:33 am
Replies: 30
Views: 7,886
Posted By eDicky

It's unlikely to take as long as an hour to be...

It's unlikely to take as long as an hour to be out and on your way at Changi airport. Taxis are no problem, also Uber and Grab (have a pickup location ready, e.g. Terminal 2 arrivals, door 3).
...
Forum: Thailand
May 16, 17, 12:03 am
Replies: 301
Views: 50,445
Posted By eDicky

It must have been 2yr 5mth ago, NOK Air or Thai...

It must have been 2yr 5mth ago, NOK Air or Thai Lion from NST. Has anything changed since? Whichever terminal it was I found the walkway without problem - there's only one. Thanks for encouraging my...
Forum: Thailand
May 15, 17, 9:13 pm
Replies: 301
Views: 50,445
Posted By eDicky

Ok, now I understand the second photo - I'm not...

Ok, now I understand the second photo - I'm not referring to that side. It's the stairs pictured in the first photo, or maybe another door and stairs further in under the apron above, I seem to...
Forum: Thailand
May 15, 17, 4:45 am
Replies: 301
Views: 50,445
Posted By eDicky

Your second photo looks like the northbound side...

Your second photo looks like the northbound side of the highway (Vipavadi Rangsit), there's even a tree. If you want to head north you can cross the walkway and go down somewhere, there should be...
Forum: Thailand
May 14, 17, 2:24 am
Replies: 301
Views: 50,445
Posted By eDicky

DMK taxi queue avoidance

In case this is not well known and hasn't been previously mentioned, there is a quick way to avoid the official queue for city taxis at Don Muang airport (DMK). Sometimes at holiday period that queue...
Forum: Singapore
Apr 22, 17, 10:56 am
Replies: 5
Views: 4,137
Posted By eDicky

There is normally no customs check on departure...

There is normally no customs check on departure from Singapore. If you mean security check, they are unlikely to allow you to carry it in hand luggage. Checked-in bags would pass through a scanner on...
Forum: Singapore
Apr 8, 17, 7:19 am
Replies: 4
Views: 1,179
Posted By eDicky

With a separate onward ticket on a different...

With a separate onward ticket on a different airline? - I don't think so. It might be possible with SQ DPS-SIN, but not the others.
Forum: Thailand
Apr 8, 17, 6:10 am
Replies: 19
Views: 8,467
Posted By eDicky

Surely you mean immigration - I've never seen a...

Surely you mean immigration - I've never seen a queue at customs. Immigration can take a while if it's busy, but there are two main exit plazas and if the first one you come to is very crowded it is...
Apr 8, 17, 5:42 am
Replies: 25
Views: 15,004
Posted By eDicky

loading funds to Revolut by debit card is...

loading funds to Revolut by debit card is actually the normal way, and immediate. However, sending to a bank account can take a few days, so it's best to use TransferWise if it's more urgent. You may...
Apr 2, 17, 4:10 pm
Replies: 25
Views: 15,004
Posted By eDicky

You can withdraw or transfer USD to bank accounts...

You can withdraw or transfer USD to bank accounts with major US banks. However you cannot currently sign up for Revolut using a US address.
Apr 2, 17, 4:00 pm
Replies: 25
Views: 15,004
Posted By eDicky

TransferWise and Revolut both use the same...

TransferWise and Revolut both use the same interbank exchange rates, but TransferWise charges a fee of at least 0.5%, whereas Revolut charges no fee (for up to 5k equ per month). TransferWise does...
Mar 29, 17, 5:09 am
Replies: 25
Views: 15,004
Posted By eDicky

If you really need to top up by credit card, the...

If you really need to top up by credit card, the possibility to do so and the very modest 1% fee is unusual for a prepaid card. The annual limit can be raised easily by supplying source of funds...
Forum: Singapore
Mar 28, 17, 3:24 am
Replies: 21
Views: 41,037
Posted By eDicky

Unless it's something very recent, there are no...

Unless it's something very recent, there are no such separate lines for different passport countries at the exit immigration area, except perhaps for Singapore citizens/residents.

Last September I...
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