The Puteri Pacific Hotel Johor Bahru
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... themes have received more attention, and I wonder why. In the ongoing effort to come to grips with the banality of evil, this film ranks with Shoah and the documentary of the trial of Eichmann. It could have been called "The Banality and the Buffoonery."
I can't help adding this: Democracy Watch ranks countries into three broad categories. According to them, Indonesia is "democratic," while Malaysia is "partly democratic." Of course, that's just one ...
We left our hotel in Johor Bahru au around 9.30 and caught a taxi to Singapore zoo. Which sounds easy enough. But. We had to go through 2 immigration checkpoints which added about half an hour onto the trip. We made it to the zoo, no harm done :) we had heard wonderful things about the Singapore zoo. And it was amazing. There were so many animals I had never seen ...
... I have ever previously flown long haul was with Emirates. Who are amazing, what with their food and drinks service and unlimited films. Jetstar were pitiful in comparison. No food, unless you bought it on the plane, or beforehand, costing an arm and a leg. No drinks service, not even just water, I had stomach cramps due to dehydration. As for inflight entertainment, you could pay extra to watch movies on Ipads. I instead managed to pass an eleven hour flight by writing, doing Sudoku ...
... for watching of the above mentioned laser show. The Merlion is representative of Singapore's humble beginnings as a fishing village. Its main dominant feature is a white statue of an imaginary creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. The Merlion is the most important trademark and symbol of the country. That’s why Singapore is also called "City of Lion".
At the end of the day we had some drinks in one of the bars close to the Merlion Park with ...
... we took a trip to the Singapore Zoo which was also a nice surpise. It felt more like a walk through a jungle or desert in some places and definitely in keeping with Singapore's high standards of quality. We're not sure how the animals felt, but some of the more harmless creatures were in spaces with little if anything to contain them. If the monkeys wanted to stage a walk-out, they probably could.