Singapore Residents love shopping in Johor Bahru. You may want to find out where you want to go beside the favourite haunts of City Square and KSL City. If there’s one thing that attracts Singaporeans the most to JB, it’s the shopping malls. Everything’s just so much cheaper there, and there are so many quirky and fun things to do.
It is our family Johor Day Trip on a light drizzling Friday. W3 wanted to avoid the weekend crowd and jams expected at the check points. It took us an hour to clear both the check points in the morning. The above are some of the good food we enjoyed at prices we can never get in Singapore. The exhibiton
Singapore motorist had to register their vehicles with the Malaysia Road Transport. The registration is open at all the counters at Woodlands and Tuas check points. In addition, you are encourage to register online at the following: https://vep.jpj.gov.my/vep/# It cost RM $10 and is valid for 5 years. You will be given a radio frequency RFID tag. You will need
This is one of the most popular snacks from Penang. It is the Tambun Biscuits and sometimes called the Dragon Balls also. Purchasing them IN Penang means they are freshly made. A perfect gifts for your friends and relatives. Tambun Biscuit Outlet Chuan Pengam Heang Address 1 8-C-G, Jalan Rumbia(Opposite Bukit Jambul Complex) Sungai Nibong Kecil, 11900 Penang Tel/Fax: 04-6428316
Enjoy late night shopping at First World Plaza at Resort World Genting. It is happening now till the Last Day of 2012. The First World Plaza is located just below the First World Hotel. Families from Singapore and Malaysia loved to stay at the First World Hotel. The First World Plaza is open from 10am to 1am. There are more