The best thing should have been to stay in Singapore for another night and just go to Legoland in the morning, and then straight to Senai Airport from there; no need to stay in a hotel in Johor Bahru. Because of the high costs of accommodation in Singapore, however, I had to cross the border earlier than expected, and in the end only paid half the price of what I should have had I stayed in Singapore. Warm Blanket Hotel, at least its rooms, reminds me Colour Inn Shenzhen because of the unique personalized artwork on the room’s walls. The only caveat is that the room does not have a bathroom, but rather you have to share with everyone else.
The location at Bukit Indah is a bit far from civilization, but walk and explore a little and you will find a bus stop at the main road where some CW buses could pick you up. Taxis are quite expensive, so plan accordingly. The room is neither too small nor too big, which could be because of the absence of a bathroom, as stated earlier. There is this small restaurant called Happy Dessert House next to the hostel, their shaved mango ice is so yummy! Overall, it was a good experience staying in this ho(s)tel. It is like a mix of Colour Inn Shenzhen and Pods Backpackers in Kuala Lumpur.