Initially, we wanted to take a bus from KL but there were no seats available to accommodate us. Therefore, myself and three other girls took a grab car from KL to SG as it was a last minute travel plan and flying was a lot more expensive. The drive took approximately 4 hours and we arrived at our hostel just before midday. We stayed at a hostel booked through Airbnb which had one of these bunk bed rooms. The lady at the reception was so lovely and even showed us around the hostel which had a kitchen (with daily breakfast!), balcony, separate bathrooms for male and females, and close by transportation and malls. The hostel also had lockers placed at the bottom of the beds.
Are you up for a bar scene or just wondering where to drink in Singapore? I recommend visiting the strip of bars on Clarke Quay and Boat Quay. It is located along the Singapore River which offers more than a charming place for food and drinks. Offering rooftop bars and live music venues, this would be the best place to bust your moves ;).
Getting around was pretty easy as everything was close to train stations. If you’re after souvenirs to give your friends and family back home, I suggest you go to China Town as there are several stalls and lots of varieties to choose from.
A ghost walks into a bar, the bartender says, “Sorry mate, we don’t serve spirits.”