‘Success is a journey, not a destination’
Currently, I’m in transit to our second destination in Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur, but this week started in Melbourne, flew to Singapore and ended in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. At least the week has not felt rushed, despite so much movement.
So Melbourne – our friend, Kat took me to see some local gardens and, then, the next day we flew to Singapore.
This is my third trip to this city and each time I like it more and more. The temperature is a pretty steady 30 degrees its just the humidity which changes. Still, I find it very nice and I look to avoid the afternoon heat by taking a siesta.
This trip we went to the beautiful botanic gardens and walked around. (some extra photos are at the bottom of the post!) We, also, made it to my first ‘cat cafe’ – something I’ve tried to get to in other cities, but, finally, managed here.
Finally, we went to the Gardens by the Bay – well worth a visit both at night and during the day. Will definitely go back to the later, as there is lots to see and do.
Then, we headed across the causeway to Johor Bahru – not the most beautiful or interesting of cities, but we were lucky to be here during the coronation of the Sultan. An event which last took place in Malaysia 55 years ago.
Asia is off to a good start, so look forward to our next place. Where is your favourite place in South East Asia?
Botanic Garden photos: