We fly AirAsia from Singapore to Langkawi, Malaysia. AirAsia is a very large budget carrier, owned by Tony Fernandez of Malaysia. It has been a stunning success, however, it was hit by a crash last year when AirAsia Flight 8501 crashed, presumably due to bad weather and some pilot error. Anyway, putting that aside, we still fly with AirAsia. The flight was from Singapore Changi Terminal 1. Check in was smooth and we got into the restricted area of Terminal 1 very quickly. I explored the terminal and found an outdoor cactus garden that I didn't know existed. This is a video of the place, which is near the Burger King. Here are some pictures. The cactus garden was outdoors. The pub in the garden. Didn't see anybody drinking, but this was in the morning. Probably more people in the evening. This cactus was labelled the 'rose cactus'. This was the smoking area. The cactus garden was divided into smoking and non-smoking areas. Back to the pub area, you could sit on these high chairs and get a view of the gates. Several Emirates aircraft. Alright, now let's move on to the exciting flight. I've flown with AirAsia to Bangkok before, but this is the first time I'm flying on AirAsia to a destination in Malaysia. When I got to the gate, the plane hadn't arrived.