Hotel Selesa, Pasir Gudang

Address: Jalan Bandar, Pasir Gudang, Johor, 81700, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jalan Bandar, Pasir Gudang, is near Singapore Island Country Club, Sembawang Park, Anglers World Family Fun Park, and Seletar Country Club.
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      Singapore Sling

      A travel blog entry by peteandal on Nov 13, 2014

      7 photos

      ... It was sat on a bed of syrup and ice like a slushy. The fruit was good, the ice cream was bubblegum-flavoured but good, the ice syrupy stuff was a bit weird but fine, then we got down to layers of real weird stuff - long thin green “jelly sweets” but they tasted very strange, then sweetcorn and then I ate a kidney bean. “Maybe it's a sweet soy bean?” No. It was definitely a kidney bean and as we dug down deeper into this dessert of disgusting ...


      A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Oct 14, 2014

      22 photos

      ... supplies.

      We made it to China town where fire-walking was underway at the local Temple. The road was closed so the lady devotees could queue for a charring. We ate at Maxwell, another cheap food court. We passed on the advertised innards and finished a tasty BBQ chicken and rice. Chinese make up a 75% majority and the area's Chinese shophouses and Victorian terraces now mostly protected as national heritage sites while the rest was torn down in a modernisation of the ...

      One to remember

      A travel blog entry by antoniosmyth on Aug 23, 2014

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... East Coast Seafood Centre. What a set-up! Any number of seafood restaurants set on the coast, and we're at Jumbo's, right on the waterfront. The place is hopping! Don't think I've ever seen a busier fuller place anywhere. Lucky we'd booked, so only had a short wait - watching in amazement, dozens of staff all with walk-talky earsets, hustle and bustle, and here's your table. Nice spot, looking out to sea, but we're here for the Crab - One Chilli Crab, one ...

      RJ for Heritage trails

      A travel blog entry by charmainelee on Jul 30, 2014

      41 photos

      ... old) $2.00

      Ticket for entrance

      There are 2 different gallery that you can find in this museum the first gallery is telling you about how was the living life in the kampong here are some picture.

      Hmm not sure ...

      Adventure to cultural site at Kampong Glam!

      A travel blog entry by heritage-team2 on Jul 23, 2014

      45 photos

      ... an Arab merchant, Syed Ali bin Mohamed Al Junied and that it was the site of an Arab kampong, hence the name Arab Street. The Chinese referred the street as jiau a koi Javanese, in the view of the Javanese who used to be the majority inhabitants of the area. Spices, textiles, basketry items and songkoks are sold along this row of shophouses with five-foot way at Arab Street. In Tamil, Arab Street is known as pukadai sadkku (flower shops street), because of shops ...