Silka Johor Bahru
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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The mosque that is located at kampung glam is called Sultan mosque. It is the biggest and most popular mosque in singapore. When there are special religious prayers like hari raya puasa and hari raya haji, people could still drive and make a long journey to the Sultan mosque to perform their prayers even though it is packed and they are needed to pray outside the mosque at the alley near the shop houses.
... on the "must inspect" shops along the street. I had been so proud off how light her bag had been when we left home - only 14 kgs - silly me I should have realised that this would have needed filling at some stage!! Perhaps not quite so early on our trip!! Actually I am still proud as she has been really strong - although I still suspect that we are only delaying the inevitable!! It is now coming up 15:30 and we are due to be picked up to continue our flight at ...
... abit tipsy, next stop was Chinatown. Like any other really, lots of markets and plenty of food. So I had diner there and collapsed when I finally got back to the hostel.
Tired? I am.
Now heading into Malaysia via the bus, only takes an hour to cross the border apparently, and will be going straight to Mersing on the east coast where i’ll then catch the ferry to the Tioman islands. Sunshine and beaches ...
... inside this mammoth building.
I had enough time to hit up the Bugis Street shopping area. A maze like marketplace selling everything from teen fashion and Nepalese clothing to electronics and local cuisine spread across a city block, soaring up four or five stories (I gave up after the third floor!). It reminded me of a busier, better quality version of Paddy's Markets in Sydney.
After the crush of people inside Bugis, I pounded some pavement ...
... the Stulang Laut area where there are a couple of eateries. The hotel is old. The rooms are in need of a facelift but it was comfortable nonetheless. It was also spacious and there is a separate living room/dining area and the bedroom. Pretty much like an apartment I would say. Breakfast wasn't fantastic here either so wouldn't recommend you to get it. It fills your stomach I guess but that's about all it ...