Grand Paradise Hotel Johor Bahru

6A - 6F Jalan Meldrum, Johor Bahru, Johor, 80000, Malaysia
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Forum Posts

Senai International Airport

by jaskiew

Hi folks,

I need to get to Senai IA on eve of CNY by 2000hrs from sg.
I know there will be jam and such and most people take bus to kotaraya central bus terminal and change bus to senai airport, normally take 90mins or so.

Would like to hear from those with experience, how much time u reckon i would need if i am to reach latest 8pm on 13th feb at senai airport and the best alternative or route on such holidays and long weekends.

regards,

Re: Senai International Airport

by zuyao

It's definitely going to be badly congested at the Causeway on that day. Better try transportations that use the Second Link (though I would think that too will be congested but at least better than Woodlands). Personally, I think I'll add another 2 hours to the normal timing just in case. Better be early than to be late when catching a flight.

I'm not too worried about traffic within JB. It's mainly the checkpoints that would be toughest.

Travel Tips for Johor Bahru

Typical Coffeeshop.

by A2002

The picture shows a typical coffeeshop with lotsa stalls selling various types of delicacies, for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Just find a table for yourself and then order what you want to eat and drink.

Dining - the Chinese way.

by A2002

When dining in a Chinese restaurant or coffee shops, you can always ask for fork and spoons. Knife and fork are seldom used, except for our so-called "western food" such as chicken chop, fish and chips, etc.

Usually, fork and spoons are for rice. Chopsticks and a spoon (like a small laddle) for the soup are used for eating noodles. However, you can request for fork and spoon. Remember, not the knife. Chinese share the food, except the rice. Everyone on the table will have a plate or bowl of rice. If it's in a plate, you will be given fork and spoon. If it's bowl of rice, chopsticks and spoon will be used. The rest of the food are shared in the center of the table. Use your chopsticks or fork or spoon to get the chicken, fish, vegetables, etc. Remember to make sure there are no rice stuck on your spoon or fork or chopsticks before dipping them into the food. For soup, westerner will say it's broth, use the spoon for soup (a small laddle). That "laddle" is only for the soup.

If you go to an expensive restaurant, you can usually request the soup to be served in individual small bowls for each person. Some people are concerned about the hygiene.

Sometimes we have some food that are not bite sized. To "cut" the food into bite sized, use your fork and spoon. We usually do not use the knife for that at the table. I was stared at in the UK for using fork and spoon for cutting food into bite sized.

I have not acquired the skills of eating rice with a fork and knife as in the UK yet. My rice keep dropping. I still prefer fork and spoon. It is much faster.

GOLF IN PARADISE.....PERFECT!

by Rollyberkin

As you pass through the main gates, you cannot help but to notice this huge white imposing building sitting on top of a hill. This is the club house of Austin Hills Country Club. A 360 degrees panoramic view of most of the fairways of the golf course is visible from here.
There are two 18 holes courses, namely the Austin Course and the Hills Course.
All the tee boxes are elevated and there are quite a few holes which one has to drive across intimidating ravines to arrive on the fairways proper.
I must at least mention something about the changing rooms. Walking into the changing room here is like walking into a night club. You become awashed in darkened cool colors minus the music. It's an experience not to be forgotten.
The club have from time to time special promotion rates for walk in visitors. It is wise to check with the club on this, you many save a few ringgit.

Watch Singapore from the other side

by beetlebummer

Tucked along the waterfront and camouflaged by semi-detached houses and condominiums, is Kampung Senibong. It is a vllage in Permas Jaya, Johor Bahru. This area has may seafood restaurants. Looking across the waters, is Singapore. The view at night is beautiful. This place is very secluded however. The roads that lead to it are small and narrow. Best way through is by car, I reckoned.

Pekan Nenas.

by A2002

Pekan mean town, and nenas mean pineapple. There are many pineapple plantations there. Along the road, you can see many stalls selling fresh and sweet pineapples. The pineapple there is the best in Johor, very juicy, sweet and simply delicious.
There's a pineapple museum near the town. I have not been there, but passed by there. Seems interesting.
Remember to bargain while buying the pineapples.

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