Grand BlueWave Hotel Johor Bahru
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Travel Blogs from Johor Bahru
... Traffic at both customs was really bad. I'm guessing it's due to Singaporeans returning from a weekend or day to Johor Bahru since it is so close.
For dinner we went to Lau Pa Sat. We had the satay of course. What we didn't like was that as soon as we walked through, all these stall owners came up to us, ambushed us and claimed that it was the best satay. We relented to one which claimed that it won Hong Kong awards! The food was good. Not usually a prawn eater myself, ...
... our hand. And we holded one. We went on a chairlift like when you go skiing. We saw a big huge lolly shop. Then we went on to the cable car way up high. Mum didn't like it! She was closing her eyes. We went on lots of trains and buses in Singapore. I bought a snake and scared mum with it. It wasn't real. We are going back to Singapore in 6 months time - it will be ...
... to realisse later that was Australian time so not much sleep at all. Mikayla and I headed out to grab some breakfast STARBUCKS yummo for all, and subway breakfast rolls. Then we spent most of the morningnext to the pool swimming and the boys playing billards. Checked out from hotel and looked around some shops then off to board our flight to Siem Reap. Take off was great decent was bad even Ricko said that is one of the worst he has been in. I had the ...
There is likely to be a LOT more about food on here, but my favourite experience so far has to be getting a dosai (Indian chickpea-flour pancake thingy), with assorted curries and chutneys, that was bigger than my own leg (probably - I may be exaggerating slightly) after a morning in the maze-like streets of Little India and the exhausting Mufasa Centre ...
... explored the Colonial District, which has many buildings dating from British rule. Unfortunately, many of the building were actually under construction, so we saw a lot of scaffolding instead of cool buildings. But fortunately, they are maintaining the original look of the buildings and just repurposing them (City Hall is being turned into an art museum, for example). Finally, on our last night, we decided to take a quick walk around Little India. While certainly not as ...
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