Travel Blogs from Johor Bahru
... Hotel for a quick swim, then tonight we do a Tri Shaw tour which takes through a tour of Chinatown, a meal in Chinatown then a trip down by the river and back to the Chinatown markets. Our Tri Shaw tour took us to a visit to Chinatown markets, visit to a calligrapher to receive a red fan with your name put on it in Chinese, Yum Cha dinner and Bum Boat ride down Singapore river. This is a must. A fantastic experience of the culture that exists here in Singapore. ...
... board the seven thirty bus, even though I knew that it was not going to happen. I finally boarded the eight thirty bus.
However, that was not the end. The bus dropped me off at KLIA, Kuala Lumpur International Airport, instead of KLCC, and I had to work my way out to KLCC with the help people who did not know English!
When I finally reached KLCC, and met Rachit and Parth. I was so relieved that I had got over this adventurous and exhausting night!
... We then had the best 3 hour nap ever!!! After our nap we were feeling good and decided to head to Robbie's favourite dumpling place....DIN TAI FUNG! It was delish! Conveniently located across the road was Raffles Hotel where we headed to have a Singapore Sling at the Long Bar. At $29 it may be the most expensive drink we have ever ordered! We were very spoilt though because mum and dad gave us some money to buy one each....thanks guys :) We were feeling pretty tired after that so ...
... carrier throughout Southeast Asia, was smooth. Took less than two hours. We then hailed a cab for the ride out to Suman's house.
A native of India, we greeted us like old friends and made us feel quite comfortable. She took time to explained the public transportation system and then off we went.
After a bus and the MRT train, we found ourselves on Orchard Street, considered one ...
"I'm checking them out, I'm checking them out
I got it figured out, I got it figured out
Good points some bad points
But it all works out, sometimes I'm a little freaked out
Find a city, find myself a city to live in
I will find a city, find myself a city to live in"
Singapore was quite a culture shock after spending most of the previous 6
weeks in mostly rural areas. Jumping straight into one of ...