Hotel Seri Malaysia Johor Bahru
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When I opened my eyes this morning and saw that view...........wow! I had trouble getting myself out of bed early, but I was in no rush and can do exactly what I want, when I want. I thought I would get on a hop on hop off bus and get off at some places and see more that I want to visit over the next couple of days. It took me a long time to find the bus stop, but I just kept walking and taking the views in. I stepped on some of the formula 1 track. I ...
... too friendly. Once arriving in Johor Bahru, we took the local bus with our big bags into town. Haha the locals stared at us like a deer in headlights. To make up for being yelled at twice already today, a local man was extremely helpful at the station when we saw us. Came running up to us: "where are you going!? Here let me help!" And guided us on the way to our hotel destination. This time around, we are staying at ...
... the lighting so clever that you see no cages/bars/screens and the lighting could be from a good full moon. Very clever. It was so busy though so we were delighted to realise that we had accidently brought fast track tickets- it made the potential 2 hour wait become only 15 minutes! Magic! After the tram ride you can then take walking trails around the park and go back to see animals of choice. It was very cleverly done and did have a very different feel to a standard zoo. It was too busy ...
... that look like something out of Avatar and they change colour to music it was visually colourful and beautiful at the same time against the night sky. The tallest tree has a rooftop bar so we took the boys up to their first rooftop bar experience for a drink. The following day we took the boys to Kranji war cemetery & memorial for those who lost their lives in Singapore during the occupation of the Japanese in World War II the boys reflected on this and ...
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After a few days of deciding, a group of my friends and I have decided to go to Singapore and explore their Chinatown. As we are all of old age, we wanted to be able to travel while we still could and see the differences between Hong Kong's Chinatown and Singapore's Chinatown.
We departed off for Singapore yesterday, and as we don't have lots of cash on us, we chose to stay at a small ...