Johor Bahru Malaysia is a neighbour country of Singapore. It is just a 15-20 minutes bus drive away from Singapore. You can either just ride a taxi or drive your own car as well. We decided to bring Allan and Fay there to enjoy a bit of a shopping haven of a good ole’ half price shopping spree! It will add another passport stamp as well since you’ll be visiting another country, Just by bus! Isn’t it amazing to think? Enjoy the photos! xoxo


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The Sultan Ibrahim Building, the state secretariat’s office in Johor Bahru.

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Spotted the poor chicken!! haha!

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See the ICA/ Singapore Immigration? When you go to the airport, Their doing the same process as well as for stamping your passport since you’re visiting another country, Though you’re just using the bus. It is just a bridge away. Someone told me as well that if it’s a long holiday people just walk on the bridge since the buses or cars don’t even move at all because of the long queue maybe in the immigration! I went in Johor Bahru with my friend Violy just this week as well. She bought some souvenirs to bring back in Denmark for a long holiday. I hope you enjoyed guys! God BLess! xoxo

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  2. Nice trip!
    looks very enjoyable,
    I didn’t spot the chicken, but rather the poor duck! 😉

  3. parang ang tahimik nmn tignan ng lugar. and the huge chicken is good for marketing :))

  4. 15-20 mins away from SG, that’s pretty cool to travel 2 countries in less than an hour. ^_^

  5. Malaysia has the same weather with Philippines that I am also considering buying fabrics there. Is it cheap? 😀 Promise we will follow each other …promise 😀

  6. i went back and forth johor bahru when i made my SG-Malaysia-Indonesia trip. pero i never got to explore JB. 🙁

  7. Considering that Malaysia and the Philippines have a common cultural denominator, the environment reminds me of our beloved country.

  8. been there.. its almost like manila..although manila is still great hahahah.. try reaching the other side of malaysia.. it is really good

  9. Johor Baru! This is near the border of Singapore, right? Woot! Lovely place! Great photos!

  10. My uncle always goes to Malaysia. My couple friends was recently there from SG.

    Suddenly remembered the “Malaysia, Truly Asia” slogan 🙂

  11. wow. i am missing jhb already! candid photos you have there. nice one, thanks for sharing

  12. We were supposed to cross the border from Singapore to Johor Bahru, but time wasn’t on our side. Sayang, could’ve experienced this place sana..

  13. haven’t been to M’sia yet..but many said it’s really a great place to visit..how i wish i could fly there then 😐

  14. great photos 😀 is it chicken? reminds me of duck hehehe i miss eating pecking duck ^_^

  15. Very nice place… the shopping you’ve done is worth the penny you’ve spent. Remember the prices are half of the entire price. Good buy!

  16. Sigh, yang Malaysia na yan ang isa pa sa gusto ko ring puntahan in the SE Asia region. 🙂

  17. Wow I’m amazed with the first photo! You’re lucky to have a husband that do the same hobby like yours, travelling! I wana go to SG and Malaysia too!

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