Johor Bahru

places to visit: (click on the names to know)

Johor Bahru City Square, Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque, Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple, Johor Old Chinese Temple, Danga Bay, Pulai Waterfall

Kids Activity: A great place if you have kids with you. I am not going into details about the entertainments aimed towards kids..just the names.

Legoland Malaysia

The Little Big Club

Sanrio Hello Kitty Town

Angry Birds Activity Park

Johor Zoo

Dinosaurs Alive Water Theme Park

Austin Heights Water & Adventure Park

Hutan Bandar Recreational Park

Puteri Harbour Satellite Clubhouse

Johor Bahru City Square:  There are malls as like in every city square. But if you are big on food, you will get great varieties of restaurants and eateries here. From traditional taste like Teochew Chengdol to Cantonese, Taiwanese and Korean options.

Johor Bahru City Square

Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque: Lovely grand mosque where you can appreciate old colonial English architectural beauty. It is set in a beautiful park-like location overlooking the Strait of Johor right over to Singapore.

Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque

Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple: From outside you cannot guess and looks like just another temple. The interiors differentiate it from others. Mad of zillions of glass pieces, arranged intricately and adorned with chandeliers, this temple is worth a look.

Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple

Johor Old Chinese Temple: One of the earliest temple in Johor Bahru erected by early Chinese settlers about 130 years ago. It is a must go place if you happen to come in Johor Bahru especially during Chinese New Year and the Ching Gay period. Decorated with traditional lanterns and Ming architecture, the temple houses 5 Chinese deities revered by various Chinese clans.

Johor Old Chinese Temple

Danga Bay: Go there on weekdays only. There is a carnival for kids and some seafood restaurants along with sea activities.

Danga Bay

Pulai Waterfall: The hill is beautiful, you need 3hours approx. to climb uphill and 2.5 hours to climb down. The waterfall is about 15-20 minutes’ walk from the base of the hill. The fall is small but the water is cool. You can enjoy a picnic or a dip in the fresh water wall.

Pulai Waterfall


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