Silka Johor Bahru
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... malls we took the MRT up to the end of the famous Orchard Road to see what that had to offer. It took us ages to find our way out of the one Mall, which the MRT arrives underneath. They are HUGE complexes - multi level and they go several underground as well as above and you just walk from one to the other underground or above ground. Shops, shops, shops and more shops. I really don't know how they all survive.
We window shopped ...
... went to the river and night safari. Was cool and got to see Grey Wolves, flying fox Bat , Pandas, manatees, slow loris, Tarsier (bush babies) and a giant flying squirrel. These were my favs. Good day out and I was bushed by the end of it all. Mon 17th June - went to the harbour to see raffles, olympic walk etc. Was really hazy (from farmers burning **** in Indonesia app) so a little disappointing visually but got some good snaps. That eve got on a coach to Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia. ...
... were just going to walk through some gardens with flowers along the edge of the bay which is what the name implies. We were underestimating Singapore! The first thing you notice as you walk the paths in the shadow of the Marina Bay Sands are the clusters of Super Trees. Super Trees are not really trees at all but man-made tree-like structures 8 to 10 stories tall that have vertical gardens growing up the exterior. The ...
... left England on 13 February we have already travelled 16700km and stayed in 38 different hotels/hostels/dives. We have eaten some amazing food and met some amazing people. We have spent more money than we planned and been bitten by more insects than we care to count. We have questioned why we have gone some places and wished we had stayed longer in other places. We have laughed until our tummies hurt and sat on buses until our bums hurt. To think we ...
... they were a part of the Malaysian federation but were expelled after 3 years because Singapore insisted on religious and ethnic tolerance. Today the population is about 70% ethnic Chinese. The rest are Malay, Indian and other minorities. The government tries to protect the minorities by limiting the influence of the Chinese. Singapore has no foreign debt. About 20 % of the population is from other ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking