Mutiara Johor Bahru Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Marina Bay Sands Hotel, the amazing triple skyscraper with what looks like a boat on top! To get there we had to pass a football pitch and spectator stand. Absolutely nothing unusual you might think except the pitch is a huge raft covered in AstroTurf. There are nets around it to stop the ball going into the river, but I expect they may need to recover one occasionally. Also walked through an amazing helical steel wrapped bridge overlooking a ...
... business here in Malaysia seems to be on permanent lock down. Their doors are always magnetically locked and require being buzzed in to enter the premise! We had to be buzzed into the hair salon! Its like they think we are going to rob the place... those suspicious blonde haired people... hahah
Sunny wanted to hang out again so he met us at our hotel when our Internet cafe time was up. Just as he arrived, Justin and I were just pouring the ...
... cream). Toby had an English full breakfast at Heston's airport restaurant. Today I am dreading the long flight from London to Singapore. Especially with my hip locking up (I know I need to go back to the gym and pool, I promise I will when I am in Singapore). We briefly browsed duty free and Toby bought himself a very stylish pair of Prada sunglasses! I was pleased he finally found a pair on our holiday. He hasn't ...
Even here in Singapore, Chinatown is a wonderful place to be for the Mid-Autumn Festival or Mooncake Festival. There are lanterns everywhere, most of which light up at night. Stalls selling special food and drinks for the holiday, with the specialty of course being Mooncakes. Whilst you see stalls selling Mooncakes everywhere every now and then you will see a stall or shop where the line is out the door (some are obviously better then others). On my second day in Singapore ...
... of the free wifi to look up some places to stay at our next destination.
The plan was to walk to our next destination which was the quays but with a 23kg bag (Annie) and a 15kg bag (Rosie) it was far too much effort. Luckily a local was walking past that hailed us a taxi and we were on our way. The taxi dropped us down a street and we had to find a hostel from there. After much walking around and sweat we came across a hostel called the 5 footway Inn. They had ...