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The local cuisine has been replenished for centuries with dishes from Chinese, Indian, Thai, and even Portuguese culinary traditions. It is surprisingly syncretic and original today. You can find individual Indian, Thai, and European restaurants, European fast-food chains like McDonald's, and Chinese restaurants here. Chinese restaurants are especially plentiful here. The proximity to Singapore, where a lot of people come from China, contributes to this. In general, the local cuisine is quite spicy. Therefore, it will be better to ask for a reduction in the number of spices before ordering an unknown dish. Rice is very popular with local chefs. It is used for cooking almost all the dishes. It is called the same as in Indonesia – Nasi. Interestingly, everything else is often referred to simply as lauk here. This can be translated as "supplement to the rice". You should not be surprised that rice is not only served as a main dish with additives and used as a side dish here but it is also added as one of the ingredients in many desserts. Garlic, ginger, galangal, lemongrass, cinnamon, kaffir, cumin, and cloves are most commonly used as spices. Pork is used much less often than chicken, lamb, fish or seafood in local restaurants. There is a prosaic explanation for this. Most Malays practice Islam. It forbids eating pork. But this does not mean that local chefs do not use pork meat in their dishes at all. There are many Buddhists, Christians, and atheists in Bahru. … Read further

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Johor Bahru sightseeing

Picturesque Bahru is an amazing destination for fans of excursions. There are still many interesting landmarks and national symbols. Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque remains one of the most important landmarks of Bahru. When it comes to describing the architectural places of interest in the city, it’s impossible to fail to mention Istana Besar. Dataran Bandarayya remains one of the busiest and most attractive parts of … Open

Cultural excursion through Johor Bahru - things to see

Simply no excursion route in Bahru is possible without a visit to Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque. This is an ancient and unbelievably beautiful mosque, the building of which started in 1892. It took eight years to complete the building. The mosque is located on a high hill, so it’s visible from different parts of the city. It’s a unique architectural landmark that features a harmonious combination of the … Open

Top hotels with reviews

The next hotel in the review, Granada Johor Bahru, is not deprived of advantages. The inimitable atmosphere of luxury and elegance will certainly draw the attention of discerning travelers. Both guest rooms and public areas feature sumptuous décor, which looks even more attractive thanks to an interesting artistic lighting. The popular hotel is open not far from Aeon Jusco Bukit Indah shopping complex and has its … Open

Attractions and active leisure

If the choice of shops in Holiday Plaza Mall is not enough, you can always visit KSL City Mall that is the location of popular shops with electronic goods. Bahru is not a kind of city with numerous nightclubs and loud bars. In the evening, it’s time to visit one of the attractive restaurants and enjoy a dinner. Many tourists prefer to head to Pasar Malam in the evening instead. The night market is always … Open

Cuisine and top restaurants

Hokkien Mee is also delicious. This is the local equivalent of fried Chinese yellow noodles. It is stewed in soy sauce with pork, fish cutlet, squid slices, and cabbage. Fried lard cut into cubes is also included in the dish. It is served as a side dish. Some gourmets claim that the whole essence of Hokkien Mee is in fat but nothing else. The dish is very popular. It is eaten at any time of the day or night, on … Open

Traditions and mentality of Johor Bahru

Festivals-holidays are held in the city almost every week. They are dedicated to various aspects of Asian spiritual practices. It's mostly about yoga, Buddhist music, and a healthy lifestyle. Events like AIA GLOW are dedicated to them. Many various exhibitions are also held in the city. Their subject matter can vary widely. You can get to see the latest achievements in the field of interior decoration. Educational … Open

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