Tune Hotel Danga Bay
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TravelPod Member ReviewsTune Hotel Danga Bay Johor Bahru
Room rates cheap and quite...
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Johor Bahru is a city in Malaysia situated on the border of Singapore and is the home to Legoland!
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After loving our taste of budget luxury staying at Tune hotel in Makassar we couldn't resist another stay at Tune Hotel in Johor Bahru. And again it delivered – a super comfortable bed, complete with luxury …
... The departure area of Singapore airport is incredible, it's a huge shopping centre combined with an airport. Upstairs, we treated ourselves to a McDonalds breakfast which for me included, 2 strips of turkey bacon, 2 English muffins, 2 pancakes, scrambled eggs, a hash brown, a hot milo and a pork patty. After breakfast and exploiting the free wi-fi, we moved towards our departure bay were we were moved towards our plane and once again propelled into the sky. At least I got some time ...
... got to Western pricing again! An early night was taken as we had a long day of eating and drinking on Sunday. Frank, Wan, two of their friends, myself and alex went for a three course meal, commencing at midday, with 3 hours free flowing drink. So it was 3 hours of prosecco for us both! Fair to say without food in the belly it got us going pretty quickly! The food was amazing also, Greek/Italian style buffet to start which I would've been happy with all day, then frank ordered pork ...
Had breakfast at Maccas then we went to an Internet cafe to book some tours (internet at the hotel is like when we first had dial-up) So slow! Decided to walk to China Town to have a look around. We went to the "Faces of Chinatown" Heritage Centre, which told the history of China Town and had replica rooms set up of how they lived in the 1950's. It was a real eye-opener to see how the Chinese immigrants lived and survived back then. We called in at "Fatty ...
... more special. After stopping at a couple cafés to cool off from the humidity and walking for hours, we went to Sky Park which is a horizontal boat shaped building that sits on top of three beautiful tall vertical buildings. This complex has shops (of course in Singapore!), restaurants, a casino, and a hotel. From the top we were able to see incredible views of the city at night.
Next, we all went for dinner and kept ...