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... 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.
Hey guys, it's me (again)!
Well, the exams are all over and we are all chilling out with computer games and field trips with friends in Singapore. However, that obviously won't suffice for a fulfilling school vacation, will it? Our school has thus decided to plan a council retreat to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for us to have a basic discussion and rally of ideas before they actually materialise in ...
... the buildings) but more importantly the food is great. We have sampled a bit of everything including Indian ($2 a dish), Chinese and Malay. It seems I'm getting more excited about the food than the sites. To be honest China town is the same as the china towns we have seen a million times before and the temples -ditto me thinks we are getting a bit tired of temples and we are only 5 weeks into this trip One thing that was cool and ...
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 ...
... shut so I followed a newly constructed boardwalk back along the river, passing quite a lot of shanty town type dwellings - one of the first reminders that this is still a 'developing' country - albeit one with a Starbucks. Had a coffee and some dim sum at lunch time and chatted to Freda, from Sweden, who it turns out is in the same guesthouse as me (she only arrived last night) so we're going to head up to KL tomorrow together. ...
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Other places to stay in Batu Pahat
No. 8, Jalan Zabedah, Batu Pahat | Hotelfrom $61
36, Jalan Zabedah, Batu Pahat | Hotelfrom $34
1 Jalan Omar, Batu Pahat | Hotelfrom $40
No. 181 Jalan Rugayah, Batu Pahat | Hotelfrom $43
2 Jalan Fatimah, Batu Pahat | Hotelfrom $23
8, Jalan Abu Bakar, Batu Pahat | Hotelfrom $50