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ElfieFay

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The straight road is actually normal road not sandy.. that day when I went in, it was raining the night before n also on that morning so the rain has flood the road abit n move sand from other area to the road so I thought it was a sandy road... but it was not.. n there r concrete walking pavement on the side.. so walk on top of that for better walkings around..

Went there few times to stroll around to familiarise the area..

Yes.. For me, it's ok....
 

ElfieFay

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Hmmm.. no1 here interested in MarinaCove? Any Singaporeans buy any units here?

Went to their sale gallery few times n there were always ppl busy signing their SPA..
Met few Singaporeans n yes, they told me they bought few units there..

But here in this forum, very quiet...
 

ElfieFay

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In JB.. if u see a bus stop on one side n there isn't any bus stop on the opposite side.. it still mean u can wait for any bus on the opposite side thou there isn't any bus stop..

If any Johorian or any1 know this.. correct me if I'm giving the wrong info..
Cos I've been doing that all the times.. have asked many many times n all bus drivers said yes, to wait at opposite side thou there isn't any bus stop but as long as u see a bus stop at opposite side..

I rely fully on public transport especially bus n mrt both in JB n SG..

ThankYou..

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In JB.. if u see a bus stop on one side n there isn't any bus stop on the opposite side.. it still mean u can wait for any bus on the opposite side thou there isn't any bus stop..

If any Johorian or any1 know this.. correct me if I'm giving the wrong info..
Cos I've been doing that all the times.. have asked many many times n all bus drivers said yes, to wait at opposite side thou there isn't any bus stop but as long as u see a bus stop at opposite side..

I rely fully on public transport especially bus n mrt both in JB n SG..

ThankYou..

^-^
I have taken public buses a number of times in JB. From my experience, you can flag most bus anywhere along the road and the bus may stop with the exception of expressways, heavy traffic areas and junctions. You cannot flag SBS, Causway Link, TransIsland buses may stop especially if the driver can make a few dollars for himself or if he is kind-hearted and not in a hurry.
 
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In JB.. if u see a bus stop on one side n there isn't any bus stop on the opposite side.. it still mean u can wait for any bus on the opposite side thou there isn't any bus stop..

If any Johorian or any1 know this.. correct me if I'm giving the wrong info..
Cos I've been doing that all the times.. have asked many many times n all bus drivers said yes, to wait at opposite side thou there isn't any bus stop but as long as u see a bus stop at opposite side..

I rely fully on public transport especially bus n mrt both in JB n SG..

ThankYou..

^-^
On a side note, if you are crossing the Causeway and if the regular buses (i.e. SBS, Causeway link and TiBS) are packed with people, you can try taking the blue factory bus (bus kilang), some drivers will accommodate as it is extra income. It is RM2/person from JB to SG.
 

potter

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Sometimes drive near to e permas bridge, v late night, tokong chao. Maybe water is stanaged. Wan to pui..No wonder sultan also kpkb.
 

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Sometimes drive near to e permas bridge, v late night, tokong chao. Maybe water is stanaged. Wan to pui..No wonder sultan also kpkb.
Haha, all these are part and parcel of living in JB, so in the meantime, learn to enjoy all the sight and sound and smell........... it'll stay for a very long time.
 

ElfieFay

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I have taken public buses a number of times in JB. From my experience, you can flag most bus anywhere along the road and the bus may stop with the exception of expressways, heavy traffic areas and junctions. You cannot flag SBS, Causway Link, TransIsland buses may stop especially if the driver can make a few dollars for himself or if he is kind-hearted and not in a hurry.
Thankyou for ur kind reply..
Didn't notice that u had replied to me until now..o_O sorry..
 
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