Photogallery of Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Johor Bahru
Johor Bahru by sydbad @flickr
Sultan Ibrahim Building. Johor.Malaysia.
Sultan Ibrahim Building. Johor.Malaysia. by Bernard Spragg @flickr
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Hindu Images 28 by Bernard Spragg @flickr
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Hindu Images 24 by Bernard Spragg @flickr
Hindu Images 27
Hindu Images 27 by Bernard Spragg @flickr
Johor Bahru
Johor Bahru by sydbad @flickr
Johor Bahru
Johor Bahru by onesoulkiller @flickr
Danga Bay JB
Danga Bay JB by Sasuhai @flickr
Sultan Ibrahim Building in Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Sultan Ibrahim Building in Johor Bahru, Malaysia by whereareyoumurphy @flickr
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More to see in Johor Bahru
In Bahru, absolutely everyone can easily find a suitable pastime – fans of outdoor activities, shopaholics, tourists with children, and amusement park devotees. For many locals and guests of the city, Recreational Park City Forest remains their favorite place for relaxation. The park occupies an area of more than 13 hectares. Recreational Park City Forest is not only a large but also an incredibly beautiful place that has seven lakes, numerous magnificent fountains, and hundreds of tropical plants. There are many comfortable paths for walking and attractive playgrounds for children. On weekends, a swimming pool opens in the park. During your visit to Recreational Park City Forest, don’t forget to attend the garden of orchids as it’s a place of fantastic beauty. Johor Bahru Zoo has always been one of the most popular destinations for families with children. The grand opening of the zoo took place in 1928. At that time, Johor Zoo was opened for the royal family simply because the animals gifted to the Sultan needed a home. The zoo is not large, but, at the same time, it’s a beautiful and well-kept place. Having seen the animals, visitors are welcome to make a boat ride on the lake. Children will enjoy having fun in special playgrounds. The district of Danga Bay is a true paradise for fans of outdoor activities. Initially, this part of the city was intended to become a large park. In course of time, beautiful commercial centers, prestigious hotels, and … Read further

Chapters of the guide to Johor Bahru

Travel guide to Johor Bahru

The colorful Jalan Segget Market is open in the very heart of the city. A visit to this market will also leave many unforgettable memories. This market offers inexpensive clothes and shoes in the national style. The selection of attractive bags and belts is also delightful. Fans of stylish accessories will like large stalls with wallets and watches, and females will be fascinated to find a huge selection of local … Open

Johor Bahru for children - what to visit

Sanrio Hello Kitty Town will appeal to preschool girls. Everything is dedicated to the cute Kitty here. The park is decorated with pink and cream colors. Three-dimensional soft dolls, animators, toys in the form of interior items, slot machines, and a small cafe – this is all that a child needs to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city for a couple of hours. A child can dress up as an Angry Bird, … Open

Shopping, streets and outlets

There is a Padini outlet for fans of branded items near the town of Kulai. Stores from eight dozen world-famous companies are located on its territory. There are Burberry, Lacoste, Calvin Klein, Guess, and Armani there. Please note that only credit cards or local currency in cash are accepted for payment in stores in the city. There are many exchange offices in the city. You can exchange dollars or euros for Malay … 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

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

Attractions and active leisure

This part of the city is the location of another famous landmark - Danga World Petting Zoo. Without a doubt, young tourists will be happy to visit this amazing zoo. There is also a suitable place for visitors of all ages - Danga World Theme Park. In this large theme park, visitors will find more than twenty different rides and amusements. Fans of shopping might prefer to stay longer in another place, Festive … Open

Top sigths of Malaysia

Taman Negara National Park remains the largest park in the country. Its total square exceeds 440 thousand hectares. These are true dense jungles, the age of which, according to biologists, exceeds 130 million years. Gunung Tahan Mountain is located right in the centre of the park. The mountain range has become the favourite place for numerous alpinists. Besides exotic plants, you will see various species of rare animals in this region. There are more than 250 species of birds, not to mention other animals. Gua Telinga Cave has become a true palace for thousands of bats. Walk through a narrow tunnel, and you will enter a spacious cave, which ceiling is completely covered with these night animals. … Open

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