These days, travelling abroad and meeting loved ones who are returning home are not the only reasons one has to drop by Changi Airport. With the addition of mega mall Jewel earlier this year, the air hub has evolved to a popular shopping destination with a gamut of offerings that you might not even be able to find anywhere else on the island. Apart from the usual items available for purchase in the duty free aisles though, you might be surprised that there are some pretty unusual finds that you'd never expect an airport to have. Here are some quirky items you might want to consider checking out on your next trip out of town - they might even make great gifts! CROCODILE OIL Worried about cabin air drying out your skin? Instead of the typical drugstore moisturisers, would you consider crocodile oil? Harvested from fatty tissues of a croc, the eyebrow-raising product is rich in amino acids, collagen proteins, taurine, unsaturated fatty acids and minerals. People who used it have reported … [Read more...] about 8 most surprising things you can buy at Changi Airport
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Singaporeans love travelling to Johor Bahru for a short getaway or grocery shopping, thanks to the favourable exchange rates. There are multiple ways of travelling to JB from Singapore, but which is the cheapest way to get there? We compare 4 common modes of transport: train, bus, car, and taxi. COST OF TRAVELLING TO JOHOR BAHRU BY TRAIN For those who are in a hurry to get to JB and want to avoid the traffic jams on the Johor-Singapore Causeway, taking the train may be your preferred route. While travelling via the Causeway can take up to 6 hours during peak periods, going by train will take merely 5 minutes. The trains are operated by Malaysia's KTM Berhad and runs daily on regular timings. You can opt to purchase train tickets on KTM's official website before your trip, or buy tickets on the spot at Woodlands Train Checkpoint. It is slightly cheaper for you to buy your tickets at the KTM counter itself, but there is a risk that tickets have been all sold out by then. Train Ticket … [Read more...] about Cheapest way to travel to JB: Train, bus, car or taxi?