Johor Bahru is the second biggest city in Malaysia. It is situated at the southern tip of Malay Peninsula. Johor Bahru is famous for its nightclubs and shops, many of which are located along Jalan Wong Ah Fook, the main street of the central business district of the city.
Hakka Heritage Gallery:
The Hakkas are people with cultural roots in the continental provinces of Habukha. Long before eclectic and colorful fashion became fashionable, the interior of this Hakka apartment with antique typewriters, rattan furniture, and agricultural tools provides an exploration of Hakka’s traditional life.
Istana Bukit Serene:
You cannot miss Bukit Serene Istana on the Skudai highway. Official palace of Sultan Johor, this house is characterized by a strategic vision of Singapore, especially useful for the Japanese army during World War II. The palace is not open to the public, but to the gardens that surround it. The most characteristic is a crown-shaped arch, but the park also has large fountains, maintained gardens and light decoration (during the night). It is one of Johor attraction.
It is also known as the “Firefly Valley recreational park” where you can see the sparks of nature on earth. You can take a small mangrove where the skylights shine and shine during the night. It is better to visit the new moon when the skylights will not be dimmed by the light of the moon.
Sri Rajakaliamman Temple:
The temple built in 1922 is the oldest Hindu temple in the city. It was completely rebuilt in the glass. It is located in the Indian Quarter, a few steps from the City Square shopping center.
Do you like nature, water, and walking? If so, you will get your dose in the Pulai waterfall. If you leave the hill, it will take two hours to reach the base of the waterfall. This is not a Niagara waterfall, but the water is clean and shaded by thick tropical trees. You can swim here also if you bring your own bathing suit.
Johor Bahru City Square:
It is a favorite shopping center in Johor. Then there are many cheaper stores than in Singapore. Finally, there are other options, such as restaurants, cafes, massage rooms, activities for children
Johor attraction includes The LegoLand Malaysia theme park, the first in Asia, is located in Nusajaya, Johor. Built on 76 acres of land, it is the world’s sixth Lego-themed park.
LegoLand is built from more than 40 attractions, shows, and interactive attractions. In Miniland more than 30 million LEGO bricks have been used in creating the replica structure of Petronas Towers of Merlion, Taj Mahal, and others.
At a cost of $ 0.50 per ticket, you can see sleeping tigers, monkeys and flamingos, swing and swim, and children will be delighted with the extensive pasture of happy grazing. Although the Johor Zoo is not a large zoo, here the animals are well nourished and live in healthy and spacious pens.
The long walk along the harbor of Puteri is the culmination of the pier here while guests enjoy the sea breeze, the rocking yachts and the view of the horizon. Restaurants and shops on the waterfront, Sanrio Hello Kitty World, and original works of art adorn the area without buying. Walking along the waterfront is a Johor attraction. It has an atmosphere similar to the Penang straits.