Grand BlueWave Hotel Johor Bahru
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... bar, had to tell a woman i wanted to go there, got a ticket, took the lift and got shown to the bar. managed to hang out in the bar with the most beautiful view in whole singapore for free, then me and the girls strolled around the bay front and had dinner at an outside food court just by the water. i tasted stingray for the first time and also ordered a dish with grilled chicken and some other things i had no idea what it was, drenched ...
... into Universal Studios.
At 6pm we were finally allowed into Universal Studios. We raced off to get to the Transformers Ride and were very dissapointed to see the ride had an 80min wait time. Anthony though found the Transformers shop and was very excited to go shopping. After much ooing and ahhing and a lady trying to give him 2 shopping baskets. We ended up with Blitzwing, Springer and Masterpeice Streak transformer toys and a transformers hat. If we ...
... When we arrived, we realized that City Square was actually a huge shopping mall. We were quite confused. We couldn't even find the exit of the mall. Then, we saw a sign that read 'Inner City' and we thought it had to be that way. It was so clear. However, in that direction we could only find more shops, and at the end of the corridor, another quite helpful and accurate sign with an arrow pointing upstairs. It read 'More shops.' We found the way out after a while. It led ...
... to get a good table under the fan.
The museum was very dark and detailed with not much of an overall view but they had lots of monitors with talking heads that could tell us about the Dayans and other tribes of the area. There was a fancy restaurant attached to the museum where we had a lovely lunch beside the river.
On the way back, we looked out for good shops and were looking for the ...
... which was known as a "concept hostel" and called Matchbox. This is because each bed is inside a "pod" where you had a tiny bit of your own space. Arriving at the hostel I got my first taste of culture shock as I had probably got too used to staying in YHA hostels in Australia and New Zealand which could be considered as basic hostels for young travellers rather than a hostel. This was definitely more of the type of hostel I had originally imagined. I'm not ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services