Singapore, here I come!
Reaching Singapore was a bliss when my friend bought me the most expensive bus ride I have ever taken. If a 25 seater bus is considered as VVIP seatings, then what I have taken must have been VVVVVIP seatings.
Having reached the station at 8.00 sharp in the morning on the 28th Oct, I was immediately directed to the lounge to wait for the bus to depart. What?! Lounge?? I entered and saw already a bunch of people having tea and coffee on sofas chit-chatting or watching TV's.
I felt bizzared as I led myself into the space and sat on the nearest sofa to the exit. 5 minutes into waiting, a guy in uniform stopped beside and asked for my bus ticket while at the same time enquiring if I wanted tea or coffee. Huh? Am I boarding a bus or in a coffee shop? Holy cow, there's waiters to our acquaintances?? I shyly declined of course, kampung girl ma~.
After getting on the bus, I was fascinated by my surroundings as I situated myself comfortably in my sofa size seat. What I saw in front of my was this!!
Mini TV screen behind every seat
Holy mother of god~!
The rest of the bus looked like this!
Uncle, you looked damn relaxed right~
5 minutes later, an announcement came up: "Good morning ladies and gentlemen, you are boarding NICE++ 8:30am bus ride to Singapore, we will depart shortly. Your driver today is Mr. XX and I am your stewardess for today XXX. Please ask for me if you need any help. Thank you."
Wtf?? MAS Airline ka?
30 minutes after departure, as I just settled down to relax after playing with the TV, receive pillow and ask for duvet cover from the stewardess, this was placed in front of me.
Breakfast is served!! - sandwich and chocolate bar
Wa lao, if not for the scenery outside reminding me I was on road, I am convinced that I have just accidentally boarded a plane.
I watched half a movie before dozing off. The journey lasted for 5 hours departing from KL, but I barely feel any time has passed since I got on the bus.
Fit for the kings, indeed.