Hotel Selesa Johor Bahru
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... including ones that soaked everybody :D would definitely recommend it! So we have since arrived back at the hotel sufficiently wet, tired and sunburnt, but very happy :) early night tonight I think! Because tomorrow we head back into Singapore for a day at the zoo and the night safari :) this holiday so far is amazing! ...
... first glimpse of what to expect during my time in Singapore. There were people everywhere, people enjoying themselves exploring the place, eating dinner or drinking. The atmosphere and energy Singapore has to offer was immediately apparent. The city skyline was a vision full of huge buildings and bright lights and I was so excited to see more of the place.
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At first I went up to Woodlands at the top of the city to see if I could book the train journey to get to KL, only to discover it was fully booked - less than ideal. I quickly hopped on the internet and booked a bus for today which proved cheaper (even with an extra night's stay) and quicker. From here I travelled down to the Botanical Gardens to have a mooch around and they were pretty but I wasn't blown away by ...
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3 trips to the Botanical Gardens. A trip to the beautiful Phi Phi islands in between. Visiting my parents, grandparents is always a bonus.
Orchard strip during Christmas time with my friend Masayo. The lights were fantastic. The best Christmas lights ever. Hmm I have to mention: I did manage to buy a super ...
... nicely designed. Most of the large aquariums hosted ancient shipwrecks which should have given us an impression that we were at the bottom of the sea. They also wanted to show us that such a wreck may become a part of the natural habitat, let's say a sanctuary for schools of fish. We also had a chance to walk through two U-shaped aquariums that enabled us to admire fish, manta rays or sharks quietly swimming on both sides next to us as well as above our heads. Probably the ...