Citrus Hotel Johor Bahru
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... mix to make our own thosais when we are back in Amsterdam. We went a bit further out of the center but there was nothing, so we went back to keep eating and then, take a break from all the hard work. In the evening, we went to the cinema and watched The Hobbit 2. The film was in original version with Malaysian and Chinese subtitles. That was ok most of the time, except when the dialogues were between orcs or elves. It's really funny to imagine made up dialogues ...
... pineapple things that tasted like sunscreen. For dinner, we went to a Chinse restaurant where they served duck, mongolian chicken and of course, Yee Sang. Yee Sang is a traditional Chinese New Year dessert that is made of strips of raw fish. vegetables and other ingredients. Everyone at the table is encouraged to toss the dessert high in the air with chopsticks and wish for money, marriage ...
... we had our cakes......RM150 for today.
... we were on the way and three hours later though it didn't feel like it, we pulled into the bus station outside Johor Bahru. We even got freebies! A bag each, inside it, a bottle of water and two tubs of dates each, some kind of Ramadan gift/ handout that a group of people were giving out. Had found this random little place on the internet in taman sentosa not too far from city centre, that was basically a house split into rooms with all the ...
We were supposed to fly back to Malaysia in the evening so this was the last morning of our trip. We took the Sky Train once again to Siam Square and from there, a taxi to the Grand Palace. The latter was the official residence of the Thai kings from the 18th. century onwards and construction started in 1782 during the reign of Rama 1 who moved the capital ...