D'Coconut Resort

Address: Palau Besar, Mersing, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on Palau Besar, Mersing, Johor Bahru, is near Singapore Zoo, Johor Zoo, Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque, and Grand Palace Park (Istana Besar).
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      Travel Blogs from Johor Bahru

      Singapore Day 2

      A travel blog entry by tomandnicky on Nov 16, 2014

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      ... and on time... There were absolutely packed today though, which turned out to be a bit of a theme for the day... We went to Chinatown first, looking for some culture and cheap food (mainly the food, haha). Walking out of the station straight into a bustling Chinese market was ace, and a real contrast to the sparkling LED lit modernity of the Marina Bay area we'd seen last night. It reminded me a bit of a larger scale version of walking off the boat and into ...

      Our first stop in Asia

      A travel blog entry by suus.kuijer on Sep 26, 2014

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      ... good tip!

      The shopping malls at Orchard Street are bigger than I've ever seen before. Not that we shopped much because they have the same brands as in Europe and for similar prices. However we did do our most important purchase here which is an extra suitcase for Luis so that when we do find bargains elsewhere in Asia, we can go wild ;)

      When we planned our trip we figured it might be a nice idea ...

      Our Forgotten Heroes

      A travel blog entry by pbetrabet on Aug 19, 2014

      6 photos

      ... soldiers who lost their lives defending Singapore and Malaysia during World War 2. The other book was meant for visitors to pen their thoughts. As I spent time browsing through both the books, I felt a surge of emotions. Some of the fallen soldiers were so young, barely 17 or 18. I kept thinking, at that age while I was grappling with the pressures of Junior College and Board Exams, these men were fighting for their lives in some of the most horrific conditions one ...

      The Jolly Wallabies

      A travel blog entry by greg.catlin.9 on Aug 17, 2014

      1 comment, 68 photos

      ... elected to stay watch what turned out to be a thrilling game.

      We were sent in to bat by agreement and I managed to hit the first ball, short and wide, for four through backward point. The first over by Sagi was of acceptable Masters standard, enough to keep us honest but also enough to score from.

      The second over I also took first strike, but this time the bowler was sprinting in from 20 metres away from the bowler's stumps. What ...

      A visit to Chinatown (40 year old married couple)

      A travel blog entry by samueltangk on Jul 30, 2014

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      ... and pampered like Kings and Queens!

      Following the spa treatment and massage, my wife and I took a stroll at Pagoda street in Chinatown, and had our dinner at the famous "Chinatown Seafood" restaurant. It has various mouth-watering local delicacies like pork belly, pepper beef and fried rice. The meal would not be complete with the finger-linking good, chilli and black pepper crab as well as the garlic prawns. At the end of our dinner, we ...

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