Village Residence Clarke Quay By Far East Hospitality
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Our flight left from darwin and we were up at 3am to catch a shuttle to the airport, the flight wasn't too bad as we got the row to ourselves meaning we could spread out a bit and try get some sleep! We arrived in Singapore airport and had read on our hostels website we could catch a shuttle from the airport, right to our hostel...only to find out they couldn't go that way due to roadworks. We had a stressful time trying to find and decide how we would get there, our ...
... from KL to Melaka. Bigger and more comfortable seats. The scenery was vast plantations of rubber trees as far as we could see, rarely broken by exits and civilization. The ride ended at Larkin Station in Johor Bahru (JB). This city is the gateway to Singapore and caters to hoards of Singaporans coming to shop, with a couple of massive malls. We took a taxi to our hotel on the outskirts of the CBD. Zen Zeng Hotel was probably one of ...
... Mustafa Centre - an Indian style department store which sells a bit or a lot of everything and where it's easy to get lost - but maybe that's the point.
Unfortunately our tiredness and our feet got the better of us so we decided to head back to the hostel to have a rest and do our laundry. We got tickets for the zoo tomorrow - yay! and Mike is currently jamming away on a guitar so he's happy :)
... Singapore adventure. Singapore: The main highlight for me was, the Gardens By The Bay, a truly incredible green space with two massive dome glasshouses, one with a huge indoor waterfall and rain forest plants and trees and the other full of plants and trees from all over the world arranged into "gardens." The weirdest and most incredible part about the gardens were the giant flower shaped pillars that held up the sky walk about the rest of the gardens, they were totally bizarre ...
... the singapore exit immigration, then another long walk, up two flights of stairs, another walk, down two flights of stairs and then walk to the bus stop. The spot is just 100m from where the bus dropped us off. We got back on the bus which took us 1km across the bridge. There were a few people walking on it even though we read it was no longer allowed.
Then we were at the Malaysian immigration, which was a repeat of the singapore one - ie walking ...