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Myra's Indian Restaurant , Singapore Review

As you guys know its been almost 5 months since we moved to Singapore and in our free time we try to explore as many new areas as possible. Whenever we wanted to have Indian food we usually head to Little India, and it is either Kailash Parbat or MTR that we eventually turn to, depending on whether we wanted to eat North Indian or South Indian. For a while now we have been wanting to try something different. 

So it was my hubby's birthday in December and we decided to go to Myra's , a place that served North Indian and Mexican ( a combination that I am hearing for the first time ). My hubby had visited it earlier with his office colleagues and he has been raving about the food ever since. 


Myras Stadium Restaurant
Myra's Stadium Restaurant Ambiance

Trip to Kualalumpur - Arrival , Airport Express and Shopping at Bukit Bintang

When our move to Singapore had got confirmed my husband booked for a trip to Bali to celebrate our 3rd wedding anniversary. However due to unforeseen circumstances we had to postpone our trip and it did turn out to be a blessing in disguise because we got to combine some public holidays as well & made it a long vacation. We planned to head first to Kuala Lumpur & then fly to Bali. Each country has its own charm and nevertheless both Malaysia & Bali did not let us down.

Penning down the experiences & tips, here comes DAY 1 of our Malaysia & Indonesia trip.


Getting to Kuala Lumpur from Singapore :


Since Malaysia & Singapore are neighbors, they have simpler immigration systems for people travelling to & from these 2 countries. 


By bus : You can get to Malaysia through bus from Singapore which might work out slightly cheaper but definitely has the hassle of clearing the Immigration at Johor Bahru which can be a little tiring due to the crowd.


By Flight : Ideally flying is a better option to places like Kuala Lumpur, which is about 300 km from Singapore. Cheap flights are available from Singapore Changi Airport to KL and airlines like Tiger offer really good rates. We flew by Tiger Airways & the journey was very comfortable since it was only about a 45 minute ride.Tiger has a different pricing technique which all other airlines are adopting nowadays. Apart from the price for the seat, we had to pay for 20 kgs of luggage which costs us totally approx INR 3500 per person up & down.

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