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... central) we called it a day and got the bus back to our quiet hostel. It turned out that KL really did not have many bars. The following day we had a traditional Malaysian breakfast: Roti Canai. Basically thinly folded Indian bread with dahl and curry. Then we checked out the Orchid Garden and the Police Museum. Judging by the officers enthusiasm about our visit it seemed most tourists don't head over there. We hung out at the mall for a ...
... had the highest cost of living in the world.
Bus services linking one town to another were infrequent and expensive.
My Most Amazing Moment
This was when the bus from Alesund reached the highest point of the road before its descent to Geiranger and the Geirangerfjord came into view. Words that came to my mind – awesome, magnificent, indescribable, fantastic.
... we would be back tomorrow (for autographs of course!). The following day we headed into China town to see and taste some of the Nyonya-Baba culture a mix of chinese and malay. We took a tour around the Nyonya-Baba house which was amazingly ornate and the lady running the tour was hilarious. After such exertions we topped up our energy with some of the delicious food. Next stop KL. Bye for ...
We arrived at Singapore's Changi Airport in the early hours of the morning. After clearing immigration and customs, we boarded our bus to Woodlands where again we had to go through immigration and customs procedures as we crossed the border into Malaysia. Finally the bus brought us back to Batu Pahat and Anna and I arrived home at about five in the ...
... shower and out for some Laksa, as recommended by Daud the owner. A quite night in last night chatting to Daud and a couple of other guests, drinking water - my body may go into shock shortly. Today, after a visit to the rather lame 'People's Museum' (which contains a Kite museum and a museum of enduring beauty!) I walked beyond China town (as far as I'd got yesterday) to go to the old Malay village part of town. The museum ...
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Hotel Katerina No. 8 Jalan Zabedah, Batu Pahat | Hotelfrom $61
Landmark Hotel 1 Jalan Omar, Batu Pahat | Hotelfrom $40
Crystal Inn 36 Jalan Zabedah, Batu Pahat | Hotelfrom $34
Pelican Hotel No. 181 Jalan Rugayah, Batu Pahat | Hotelfrom $43
2 Jalan Fatimah, Batu Pahat | Hotelfrom $23
8 Jalan Abu, Batu Pahat | Hotelfrom $50