Singapore Tours - Singapore JohorBahru Singapore
Johor Buhru known as the southern gateway to Peninsular Malaysia is an hours drive from Singapore Changi airport and a perfect place for a getaway. Be it shopping, beaches, night life and clubbing or golf Johor Bahru can be fun and less of a strain on the wallet. It is a shopping haven for its variety, trends, and choice of large numbers of shopping malls available. Night life can be sizzling malls available. Night life can be sizzling with its many popular karaoke lounges, clubs and bars. Pasar Malam or the open air night market is very interesting. ‘Kedai Gunting’ or ‘hair salons’ are very popular. At Danga Bay whether you are just having a cup of coffee or an elaborate and delicious sea food meal, you won’t miss the serenade of local singers throughout the night.

Subject to your time, interest and budget we will customize the itinerary for you. Please indicate the number of nights you would like to spend in Johor Bahru. Meet and assist at Airport on arrival and transfer to hotel. Over night stay at Johor Bahru Hotel.

The main attractions include:

  • Royal Abu Bakar Museum
  • The Grand Place
  • Kota Tinggi waterfalls
Royal Abu Bakar Museum - Here you may gawk at the lifestyle of the rich and famous, and learn about the regal legacies and history of the Johor Sultanate. Opulence presents itself here in the form of 19th century currencies and gold coins, the first Johor postal stamps, antique furniture, silver-plated ceramics and Chinese pottery. Royal ceremonies, functions and investitures held in the magnificent chambers reflect the royal family’s affluent lifestyle. Stately furnishings fill the reception room, banqueting hall and throne room, while a life-sized tiger and rhinoceros reside within the trophy room.

The Grand Place has a cosmopolitan architecture with clear Anglo-Malay influence. Mawar House, a historic residence that has been renovated to preserve its original architectural richness displays a wide array of Johorean and Malaysian contemporary handicrafts. Sultan Abu Bakar Monument - created on the seafront opposite the courthouse commemorated Sultan Abu Bakar, as the modern architect of Johor.

Kota Tinggi waterfalls – are a favorite spot for picnics and relaxation. The water cascades 34 m down into a pool deep enough for swimming. Lido Beach – stretching over 7 km provides city tourists a variety of water adventures from canoeing, sailing to cruising.

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