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How to go to Johor Bahru by Motorcycle : Video experience guide


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A useful video as a visual guide of the journey through the Singapore & Malaysian Customs via the Causeway route with some quick pointers on useful landmarks along the way.

 

This is the common route for a quick Petrol Pump & Go into JB.

 

I hope this would be useful. Do let me know if I missed out anything. :cheeky:

 

Thanks for watching.

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There are 2 new humps before on the bridge, last S corner. 1 on the straight, 1 on the corner.

Becareful, some people didn't notice and fell over their bike.

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There are 2 new humps before on the bridge, last S corner. 1 on the straight, 1 on the corner.

Becareful, some people didn't notice and fell over their bike.

 

Wow thanks for the update bro

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