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Today we went to Legoland in Malaysia. We had to wake up very early (around 7am) to catch the bus at 9. The bus trip to legoland was very long as we had to stop at the security when we leaved Singapore and stopped again to enter Malaysia (there was a long queue for me as I don't have a Singaporean passeport). Once arrived, we started by doing the project X which is one of the biggest roller coasters in lego land (it had a nice slope at ...
... used to, she still liked it. We finished off our lunch with another ice cream sundae. After that we went to Hougang mall, which was nearby and was another shopping mall Amelie often went to as she used to live near to it. Amelie finally found a bag there that she liked. Same as compass point, apart from a few new shops, in general the place hasn't changed. We continued with Kovan heartland mall, near where Amelie used to have ...
... of 1. Bed was good.
Footnote: From the Strait Times on Sat: Transport giant SMRT could face a fine of up to $50 million following the massive MRT disruption on Tuesday, according to a market analyst.More than 250,000 commuters were affected when train services on the North-South and East-West lines were disrupted for over two hours - in what was likely the worst MRT breakdown ever seen here.
... The lounge wasn't as nice as in Brisbane and we found out that the SilverKris lounge is the fancy one for business/First class guests whereas the gold lounge is for frequent flyer members.
Made our way by shuttle train to gate 21 at 10:30. Went through security checks here, yes very strange, but we remembered this from our last trip.
Sat and waited for a while then boarded at 11:30. Our seats were 37J & K in the middle of the plane over the wing. Takeoff was at ...
... a 10 year certificate to get it on the road. It costs him or her 150% of the present value of the car! As with most Commonwealth countries, vehicles on the road and people walking on the streets keep to the left.
Our last day took us to 'Little India' and Chinatown. The developers wanted to keep the ethnic living quarters but also needed far more space for housing. Therefore some of the historic ...