We were fortunate enough to have a friend of a friend living in Malaysia so we decided to head straight to Kuala Lumpur from Singapore. We spent a full day hanging out in our host's apartment trying to lock down the logistics of crossing the border into Malaysia and yet, somehow, we still managed to come up short. We read somewhere online that there was a public bus that takes locals back and forth across the border, so we packed our bags and caught a cab to the bus station.
That leads us to Singapore, where their way of life is in excess, flash and world order. We didn't really know what to expect on our way there. The only thing that we knew was that it was super expensive, like New York expensive. So the best plan we had was to book the cheapest place possible and stay for 48 hours. We found a reasonably priced private room on AirBnB in a high rise apartment with a great family and the best cat named Ohana. They looked out for us and showed u