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.
Singaporians take advantage of the Sing Dollar, and move into this weekend getaway into Malaysia for shopping, dining, relaxation.
Fondest memory: Have the best of Malaysian Food, Shop in the semi swanky Malls (compared to Singapore) and Have aperfect getaway from the cosmopoliton rush of Singapore.
There are two separate Immigration Areas at the end of the Johore Bahru-Singapore Causeway and when you are travelling via bus from johore or from kuala lumpur like us, the bus will drop you off the building of malaysian immigration area where you take an elevator to the second floor and have your luggages screened by an x-ray machine then present your passports to Malaysian Immigration and then you will walk along a long corridor with duty free shops along the way then to Singapore immigration counters where you will again present your passports and after clearing the immigration, then have you luggages again screen and finally go down an escalator to a big bus waiting area and then board your bus and it then goes to the causeway and into the bukit timah expressway to Singapore.
Fondest memory: the seemless and efficient transition from Malaysia to Singapore and vice versa.
Favorite thing: The city is the southern gateway to Peninsular Malaysia and is connected to Singapore by road and rail via a causeway to Tanjung Pagar and a second road link to Tuas in the republic.
Favorite thing: Located at the southern tip of the Peninsular Malaysia, Johor Bahru is minutes across the metropolis Singapore.
Favorite thing: especially in its architechture, like the Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque and Sultan Abu Bakar Museum of Johor.
Favorite thing: A busy checkpoint to get to Singapore. Congested with cars and buses and people during peak hours (usually early in the morning or evening, and weekends especially during school holidays).