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Asia Getting in & out

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By air

Asia's largest airports by number of intercontinental connections include Tokyo, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Mumbai and Singapore.

For the Middle East, Dubai is by far the largest hub, with Doha and Abu Dhabi also having reasonably good connections.

By trains

If you are coming to Asia by train, you'll be likely coming in through Russia or Turkey, although other options may exist. For an interesting experience, try the Trans-Siberian Railway.

Transport Hubs in Asia

Airport Changi Airport
Changi Airport consistently ranks at the top of tops. Its four terminals are somewhat unimaginatively named as Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and Terminal 3. The squeeky clean and quick sky train, a free service, connects all thre... more
 3 Fans, There is no departure tax collected at the airport, in East
Airport Ko Samui Airport
Ko Samui Airport ('''USM''') is a private airport originally built by Bangkok Airways. Bangkok Airways is still the main operator and was for a long time the only airline with services to Ko Samui from Thailand until ... more
 1 Fans, in Ko Samui
Bus Terminal Queen Street Bus Terminal
Queen Street Bus Terminal provides bus rides to Johore Bahru in Malaysia. It is located beside Victoria Street Wholesale Centre and behind Church of Our Lady of Lourdes. There are no food stores at Queen Street bus station... more
Singapore-Johor Bahru $2.10-2.40, in Kampong Glam
Harbor Changi Point Ferry Terminal
DirectionsFrom Tanah Merah MRT, take bus no. '2' and alight at Changi Point Bus Terminal.
in Changi And Pasir Ris
Bus Terminal Lavender Street Bus Terminal
Lavender Street Bus Terminal is one of three bus terminals in Singapore. Singapore to Malacca Lavendar Street Bus Terminal is the main terminal to get from Singapore to Malacca in Malaysia. The ride to Malacca takes about ... more
Singapore-Malacca $11-20.80, KL $35, Terengganu $35.90, in Little India
Harbor Tanjung Leman Jetty
As the only take-off point for Pulau Sibu, Tanjung Leman jetty is accessible only by taxi from Mersing (RM80) or Kota Tinggi (RM70). There is a jetty fee of RM5. A shop here sells beach essentials such as shorts, towels, b... more
RM5, in Johor
Bus Terminal Larkin Bus & Taxi Terminal
The largest public transportation terminal in Johor Bahru is located in the town of Larkin. From here you can get north-bound buses to virtually any major town or city in Malaysia. The earliest bus leaves about 5am, althou... more
Mid Range, in Johor
Bus Terminal Mersing Bus & Taxi Terminal
Buses from here leave for Johor Bahru and Singapore (4AM, 8AM, 11:30AM, 12PM, 1PM, 3PM, 4:30PM, 5PM, 5:30PM, 6PM, 8:30PM), Kluang-Muar-Melaka (7:15AM, 1:15PM, 5:30PM), Kuala Lumpur (1PM, 1:30PM), Kuantan (1:30PM), Kuala Te... more
Mid Range, in Mersing
Harbor Mersing Jetty
The Mersing Jetty is located next to the Plaza R&R. If by any chance your bus stops at the Mersing bus terminal instead of the Plaza R&R (rare but it happens), it is a few minutes' walk from the bus station. Also k... more
RM70 onwards, in Mersing
These are just 10 of 122 Transport Hubs in Asia. Show more.

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