Shopping in Johor Bahru - authentic goods, best outlets, malls and boutiques

There is everything for fans of thoughtful shopping in Bahru. One of the most popular local shopping centers is located in the main city square near the railway station. The Johor-Singapore Causeway starts very close. Johor Bahru City Square is very popular with Singaporeans. This is not the largest of the city's shopping centers. But there is everything to enjoy shopping here. Almost three hundred stores, a food court, a massage parlor, and a movie theater are waiting for visitors from ten in the morning to ten in the evening. The largest shopping center in the city is KSL City Mall. In addition to 350 shops, seven dozen restaurants and bars, a modern cinema, as well as offices, and even apartments are located in a huge four-story building.
In Bahru, there are many beautiful palaces and mosques, interesting museums and cultural centers. Many excursion routes in Bahru start from the same place - Istana Besar. The gorgeous palace … Open
You can buy almost everything from clothes and toys at the local AEON Tebrau shopping center. Beauty salons for those who want to take a break from fitting rooms are located on the third floor here. If you are a fan of retro or just like to visit places once popular, you should visit Holiday Plaza. This shopping center was the most popular shopping destination for locals and visitors and a favorite holiday destination two or three decades ago. There aren't many stores here today. You can visit a McDonald's or relax in the beauty salon at Plaza Pelangi. This shopping center is quite popular with the locals. However, it is not distinguished by anything outstanding.
If you want to not only buy stuff but also visit an exhibition or attend a concert of some of the local or Singapore stars, you should visit Danga City Mall. Exhibitions, promotions, and daily events for visitors are held here. In addition to exotics like a floating restaurant, the large Berjaya Waterfront Hotel and several duty-free retail outlets are located in ZON. World-famous brands of alcohol, perfumes, tobacco, and many other products are sold at attractive prices here. Copyright
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 … Open
You should visit at least one of the local markets, even if you have no intention of buying anything there. The fact is that pasar malam or night market is a place not only for sale but also for exploring the local culture. Markets operate in different parts of the city every night from Monday to Sunday. One of the most popular markets is open every Monday evening. It extends from the "KSL City Mall" to the Grand Paragon Hotel. Keep in mind that you will have to constantly fight your way through the crowd here. The market is loved by Malaysians, Singaporeans, and tourists.
Sultan Ibrahim Building in Johor Bahru, Malaysia You can taste local dishes in their most authentic form at the market at Jalan Wong Ah Fook in the heart of the city. You can buy fried eggs with oysters Orh Jian, dessert Liu Wei, and many other interesting dishes directly from street sellers. The market itself is very Malaysian, with all the pros and cons of this country's trading style. Prices are generally accepted here. But you shouldn't buy electronics here. You are unlikely to find high-quality equipment here. Another market is located next to the Tan Sri Dato' Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium on Saturday. You can buy both products from local farmers and ready-made food here. The farmers' market operates in other parts of the city on other days.
The variety of attractive hotels in Bahru will please even the most discerning and experienced travelers. The stylish KSL Hotel & Resort is one of the most modern and popular places to stay … Open
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 ringgits at any shopping center or on any street popular with tourists. Sales are held here in late summer and early autumn.
Danga Bay JB You can bring dried durian or sweets made from it as a cheap gift to relatives. The fruit itself is very tasty. But it is forbidden to be transported fresh because of the extremely unpleasant smell. You can also buy other local fruits or a t-shirt or cap with city views. Gifts of tin and articles in the technique of batik are very beautiful and inexpensive. Costume jewelry, jewelry made of gold, or silver with precious stones are also sold in large quantities. However, you should be sure to keep receipts on them to avoid problems at customs.
Bahru is a large industrial city in Malaysia, the capital of the state of Johor. This is also a dynamically developing center of tourism. In terms of the number of people, this city’s … Open
A dried insect, a beautiful butterfly in a special glass flask, or high-quality local silk can be a good purchase. An interesting souvenir will be darts and a blowpipe for throwing them, small souvenir daggers, and wicker products from local craftsmen. A good gift for a child will be a local kite. A carved picture or mask of one of the gods of the Malaysian tribes or a wicker basket will decorate the house.
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Duty-free zones operate in some places: on the Islands of Langkawi, Tioman, and Labuan. Tobacco, alcohol, chocolate, and perfumes are especially cheap in these places. … Open

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