Thursday, October 26, 2006

Super loooonnnnnnggggggg bus:)



ohh, it's really a long bus. Today I managed to capture it with my Sony Cybershot;) I'm feeling a little glad as I can share it with you all here:D

How is your city's most versatile transportation like? I dun really mind taking buses, cos here in Singapore our transportation is rather well connected (or i should say well-organised). After about ten stops, you can easily see an MRT (subway) station, where you can choose to alight or transfer to another public transport. But actually i kind of miss double-decker bus rides in my younger days. We still have them though, just fewer on the road than before.

9 comments:

photo-effe said...

very very long bus, in our towns is usual

Kate said...

Was in Singapore about 3-4 years ago on my way to Thailand. Went to the Raffles for a Singapore Sling. Loved it! Any photos from the hotel??

Annie said...

You are very lucky to have such a variety of public transportation. There is a public bus system here but the routes are limited, there is no subway, there are few sidewalks. So most people must have and use their own automobile.

Yes, that is a very looooooooooong bus.

Annie said...

You are very lucky to have such a variety of public transportation. There is a public bus system here but the routes are limited, there is no subway, there are few sidewalks. So most people must have and use their own automobile.

Yes, that is a very looooooooooong bus.

Ben said...

I havent seen those for long time.
Last time was in Tokyo and it was airport shuttle.

tr3nta said...

really, really, looooonnnggg... :)
thank u for pass by... and comment...

Zsolt72 said...

i wish to travel with a double-decker bus one day.:) this long one is familiar to me..we have similar from Volvo

macky said...

Lonnnnnnnnnnnnng bus, zannnnnnnie:-)

nice photo!
When I go to the airport in Singapore, I used it.
MRT is very modern subway I think.

Mountainboy said...

That bus is longer than our streets, you could get in the front door, walk to the back of the bus and get off on the other side of town!