7 Best Shopping Mall in JB

Aeon Mall Tebrau City

Found on the outskirts of Johor Bahru, Aeon Tebrau City is a sprawling mall that combines shopping, entertainment, and relaxation facilities in one stylish, modern building. Its location out of town means there’s plenty of space, so even on the busy days it never feels crowded, and there’s often big events held in the plaza, from fashion shows to kids’ entertainment. In the same complex you’ll find all sorts of facilities, from a well-stocked supermarket to a state of the art cinema which has screenings of movies in English.
Aeon Tebrau City is an out of town shopping centre that’s sleek and modern, and over 3 floors you’ll find a huge range of local and international stores. There’s a mixture of upmarket and bargain stores, and a selection of fast food joints and sit down restaurants for when you need to refuel. A big draw is the modern cinema, which has screenings in both English and Malay, so you can see the latest blockbusters when you’re away from home.

Location : No 1, Jalan Desa Tebrau Taman Desa Tebrau 81100 Johor Bahru Johor

Opening Hours :
(Sun – Thu) 10.00am – 10.00pm
(Fri – Sat) 10.00am – 11.00pm

Johor Bahru City Square

Strategically located in the heart of the city and only a stone’s throw from the customs and immigration checkpoint, Johor Bahru City Square stands out as a central landmark in JB.
With its more than 300 retailers, it offers a host of fashion, entertainment and restaurants. All catered to wow the senses and satisfy the needs.
Rush in when the doors open at 10am for breakfast, then head out and start your shopping adventure of clothes, shoes, bags, trinklets, toiletries, electronic toys. Everything the heart desires.
Unique to Johor Bahru City Square is the Inner City, an eclectic mix of smallish fashion and accessory shops plus restaurants housed in a tight, quaint setting. Always a firm favorite of the “NOW” generation.
After many hours of shopping, rest the feet in one of the numerous restaurants and cafes or indulge in a soothing foot massage, then go on to treat the rest of the body at a salon.

Location : J3-12A, 106 – 108, Jalan Wong Ah Fook, Bandar Johor Bahru, 80000 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 10.00AM – 22.00PM

Paradigm Mall Johor Bahru

Paradigm Mall Johor Bahru, the largest regional mall in Johor located at the heart of the Skudai district. Spanning over 1.3 million square feet and seven floors, Paradigm Mall Johor is a retail haven with over 500 outlets offering the best entertainment, fashion and delicacies. The many first have arrived here in town; Parkson, Village Grocer, Blue Ice Skating Rink @ Paradigm Mall Johor Bahru, Golden Screen Cinema, Camp 5 and many more. Be part of this excitement. There’s always something for everyone!

Location : Jalan Bertingkat Skudai, Taman Bukit Mewah, 81200 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 10.00AM – 22.00PM (Daily)

Sutera Mall

With 3 retail floors spread over 1,200,000 sq.ft, Sutera Mall comprises of 500 retail outlets with creative tenant mix, offering diverse products for family shopping that caters to shoppers of all ages.

Shoppers will have the opportunity to indulge in fine dining and shopping, and spend care-free time in leisure activities.

Sutera Mall has steadily continued its climb as a prominent shopping landmark in the southern region. Shopper’s traffic has increased year on year.

The creation of the right ambiance for the different festivals had helped Sutera Mall to be different from the rest of the Shopping Malls in JB. We create ambiance for shoppers to enjoy their shopping at every Festival.

Location : Sutera Mall, 1, Jalan Sutera Tanjung 8/4, Taman Sutera Utama, 81300 Skudai, Johor, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 10.30AM – 22.30PM

Johor Premium Outlets

Johor Premium Outlet (JPO) is located Kulai, Johor, Malaysia. It is the first premium shopping mall in Southeast Asia. The JPO, the famous city of Johor, officially opened on December 11, 2011 and was opened by the Prime Minister. The Johor brand-name city covers 45 acres and has approximately 130 designer brands in the city. There are 3,000 car parks and 30 bus stops in the famous city. The Johor brand-name city is divided into two floors. The upper level is a famous brand mall, and the lower floor has several restaurants for customers to eat in addition to the famous brand stores. The brand-name products here include designer bags, designer clothes, brand-name sportswear sneakers, brand-name skin care products, designer glasses and restaurants.

Location : Indahpura 81000 Kulai
Johor Darul Takzim

Opening Hours : 10.00AM – 22.00PM (Daily)

Angsana Johor Bahru Mall

Angsana Johor Bahru Mall is designed as aesthetic and functional, with 1,031,795 square feet gross area within a well-planned interior. Divided into 5 levels and extensively landscaped it places much emphasis on consumers’ cosiness, comfort and ample parking space. The increasing number of middle higher income groups primarily patronizes it with total number of about 1 million patrons monthly and 12 millions annually.

Angsana Johor Bahru Mall is conceived as ONE-Stop family leisure, shopping, entertainment and gourmet centre. It begins with over 238 retail outlets offering the latest fashion and sport wear by international brands and also local Malaysian designers. Not to forget about the latest fashion of jewelleries included white and yellow gold, gem stone, silver and many more. Varieties of foods and beverages served by our well known international and local restaurant.

The excitement continues with two fabulous food courts serving mouth watering delicacies and drink ranging from traditional ‘Kuih Muih’ (assorted Malaysian Cakes), ‘Nasi Briyani Gam’, ‘Johor Mee Rebus’ to thirst quenching original ‘fresh Coconut drink’, ‘Air Batu Campur’, ‘Cendol’ and lots more! Excitement keeps on escalating with family amusement centre of video arcade, kiddie’s fun world, karaoke and a cosy bowling centre.
Location : L2.13 Level 2 Plaza Angsana No. 52 Jalan Tampoi Pusat Bandar Tampoi, Bandar Baru Uda, 81200 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 10.00AM – 22.00PM (Daily)


KSL City this complex also consists of condominiums, hotel rooms and cinema halls. There are 500 retail outlets for you to choose, so fret not as you can shop from morning till night. From well-known boutiques, supermarkets, gift shops to electronics shop, there’s something for everyone. Must-visit shops include Sports Direct for sporting goods, TESCO for groceries, J.Co, Coffee Bean or Starbucks for a coffee break, and Royal Balinese Spa for a pampering session. This mall also has lots of hair and nail salons for you to pick from.

Location : 33, Jalan Seladang, Taman Abad, 80250 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 10.00AM – 22.00PM

Genting Highland (云顶高原)

Aerial view of Resort World Genting and Chin Swee Caves Temple at Genting Highlands, Pahang. Top view

Genting Highlands is Malaysia’s vibrant mountain resort, less than an hour’s drive from the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. Located on the 1,800m Gunung Ulu Kali mountain, Genting Highlands is surrounded by rugged terrain and dense tropical rainforest. But nowadays, the resort has become a major international entertainment hub, featuring everything from a theme park and casino to a huge shopping centre and accommodation.

Plans for the construction of the resort were drawn up in the 1960s, before which the area was a largely undeveloped tropical wilderness. Malaysian-Chinese businessman Lim Goh Tong came up with the idea after paying a visit to the Cameron Highlands – situated north of Genting resort in Pahang – and was won over by the beautiful views and crisp air.

Three theme parks have been built at Genting Highlands – the Genting Outdoor Theme Park, First World Indoor Theme Park and the aptly named Water Park. These are home to more than 20 signature attractions, including the white-knuckle Corkscrew – a double-loop rollercoaster that reaches speeds of up to 45mph and loops at heights of 90ft above the ground.

After dark, venues such as the Arena of Stars and Genting International Showroom play host to performances from some of the biggest names in comedy, theatre, music and more. Bargain-hunters won’t be disappointed by the First World Plaza, described by the resort as Malaysia’s coolest shopping destination.

Today, Genting Highlands remains one of Malaysia’s top holiday destinations and is especially popular with families, children and school trips.

The cable car ride is one of Genting Highland’s most popular tourist attractions, providing a quick method of travel to the peak that overlooks rainforest valleys stretching all the way to KL on a good day. Awana Skyway is the primary cable car line that begins from Awana Bus Station near Gohtong Jaya town that ends at SkyAvenue on the summit, able to ferry 3,000 people every hour at full capacity.

The 2.8km ride takes ten minutes with gondolas that accommodate ten passengers; a premium glass-bottomed type seats six visitors with a view of ground below. Visitors can park at Awana Car Park where 4,500 bays are available; rides occur daily from 7am till midnight. When Awana Skyway is closed for maintenance, the older Genting Skyway provides an alternative cable car route.

Chin Swee Cave Temple is a popular tourist attraction perched a few km before the peak of Genting Highlands on a sharp, rocky slope. Originally a cave temple, years of development have produced an expansive physical complex beyond the original altar chamber, rooted in traditional Chinese architecture expressed by ornate prayer halls, colourful statues, opulent archways and its iconic pagoda.

The temple was built by the founder of Genting (Lim Goh Tong) to venerate Buddhist figure Chin Swee, a year after he constructed the first resort and casino in 1975. The site was chosen as it reminded him of his birth village’s landscape in Fujian, China. Constructed over 18 years with a foundation dug from solid bedrock, modern machinery was eschewed because of harsh terrain.

The Genting Highlands Strawberry Leisure Farm is a popular tourist attraction in Gohtong Jaya, nestled directly at town opposite the Mawar and Bunga Raya Apartments. The farm can easily be reached by taking left from the roundabout past Hotel Seri Malaysia (if coming from Karak Highway), and following the road all the way to its end.

Strawberries are not the only cultivations – mushrooms, herbs, flowers and hydroponic vegetables are also grown here commercialy in adjoining nurseries. Besides the farm’s marketplace, visitors can also purchase strawberries by plucking them directly and paying by weight from 100gm onwards – this is a very popular family activity.

Happy Bee Farm and Insect World is located along the main road a short distance before Gohtong Jaya town – where visitors can look at local honey production and even sample some of this sweet delight. The admission ticket provides for a guided tour across the premises, including honey tasting, viewing a gallery of live and mounted insects, and complimentary honey-based drink at the cafe.

A boutique shop retails local handicrafts, souvenirs and picture frames with mounted insects, but also live beetles that visitors can purchase as pets. Meanwhile, the adjoining section showcases various honey products including balm, soap and sweets also for sale.

Genting Highlands Premium Outlets officially debuted on June 15th! There are a total of 150 shops in the store to make you stroll! After that, I want to buy a brand name and have another place!

Genting Highland Premium Outlet is the first famous brand city in Southeast Asia. It is the second famous brand mall under Yunding Simon Private Limited after the opening of the Johor brand city in 2011. Genting Highlands Premium Outlets has a total of 150 stores, including designer clothes, bags, shoes, and of course food !

SkyCasino Genting is known as the largest casino in Genting Highlands, spanning two floors with eight dining venues, a massive LED screen on the ceilings, and a variety of gaming tables and slot machines. It’s located within SkyAvenue Shopping Mall and operates 24 hours a day, making it a popular entertainment centre among adult visitors. This forest-themed casino is fitted with plenty of earth-toned furnishings and wooden fixtures, while its state-of-the-art ceiling, which is 16 metres in height, offers a digitalised image of the sky and towering trees. The gaming tables and machines are spaciously spread out throughout both levels, along with seven LED screens that display ongoing competitive gaming tournaments. You can easily find self-service kiosks, Genting ATMs and bank teller machines here, as well as casino personnel on hand if you’re in need of assistance. For added convenience, treasury counters are also available for transactions at SkyCasino Genting.

Sekinchan (适耕庄~鱼米之乡)


Sekinchan is a small town on the west coast of Malaysia. It’s home to the Paddy Processing Factory, with a museum about the local rice industry. The elaborate Nan Tian Temple sits in one of the town’s many rice fields. Near Redang Beach, the Wishing Tree is draped with red ribbons. Just south, the fishing village of Bagan has many seafood restaurants. The area is also a shelter for migratory birds, such as herons.


Sekinchan Paddy Fields 

Here, Rice fields are definitely a sight that cannot be missed, because as soon as you look at them, the eyes of tourists will immediately be attracted by the vast rice fields. The most special thing is that this charming field scenery will also show different beauty because of the different months. 


Fishing Village

Bagan Fishing Village is on the left side of the main road leading to Sekinchan.  After seeing paddy field on your right, drive further north along the main road until you come to a traffic light. There is a small sign showing turn left to Bagan Fishing Village at the traffic light.  After turning left, go straight until you come to a T-junction. Turn right and you will see a row of shophouses  on your right.  There are a lot of seafood restaurants along both sides of this road, you will be spoilt for choice.  People come here for fresh seafood at affordable price.


Sekinchan Beach 

This beach is popular with tourists and locals, and can be busy on weekends with a hive of activities. A great place to relax as you look out into the horizon with the sea breeze enveloping you. The best place for sunset – fantastic hues of colours as the sun sets, with the reflection of the last rays over the sea. And then the flashing beacon lights come on as the night descends. The sun typically sets around 7.00pm. It is best to have an early dinner at 6pm and head down to the beach thereafter.


Sekinchan Wishing Tree

And wish makers will have to throw the ribbon that’s tied to the coin up onto the tree and let it dangle there for the wish to come true. It is said that the higher the ribbon with the coin dangled on the tree, the higher chance the wishes made will come true.


Nan Tian Temple

Sekinchan most famous temple goes to Nan Tian Temple, a temple located in the middle of paddy field in Sekinchin Site A. Besides Nan Tian Temple, one can drop by at Tian Fu Temple, Bao An Temple, Xian Fa Shi Gong Temple, Shuui Wei Sheng Nian Temple, Guan Di Temple, Nan Hai Guan Yin Temple, just to name a few

Opening Hour : 9am-7pm (Open daily)

Address : Kampung Baru Site A, Pekan Sekinchan, Selangor, Malaysia.

Malacca (马六甲)

Dutch Square And Christ Church Malacca

Feel the time travel back to colonial era at Dutch Square – where you can find the Melaka’s surviving parts after the war. According to the experts, Dutch Square is believed to be the oldest Dutch building ever existed in the East.

Distinguished by red classic buildings, this historical place serves as the prominent landmark in Malacca. With an elegant fountain dotted in the centre and surrounded by colourful trishaws, you will find endless tourists here every day, trying their very best to capture the best angle of Dutch Square.

This church was built by Dutch, when they took possession of the country. The most defining structure of Malacca is notable for unique design and history. A picture of a brick-red building with a huge white cross is famous all around the world.


St. Paul’s Church Malacca

St Paul’s Church is a popular tourist destiny who are interested in history and rich culture of this country.

The ruins of the ancient church are very popular among tourist and native people of Malaysia. This historic church was built in 1521 and situated at the summit of St. Paul’s Hill. Right now, this Church is a part of the Malacca Museum Complex.


Melaka River

The Melaka river divides Malacca town into few parts and goes straight through the middle of it.

So just take the river cruise and you will see the beauty of the town from the inside! During this 45 minutes ride you’ll see famous historical buildings, churches, old warehouse and villages.


Pantai Klebang

Ever wonder where to get a piece of dessert in Malaysia? You don’t have to go so far as Malacca has its own dessert at Pantai Klebang.

Klebang dessert is a reclaimed land made by Malacca developers and years of land excavation placed at the edge of Pantai Klebang resulted in this unique looking desert.


Maritime Museum & Naval Museum Malacca

The Maritime Museum is a huge Portuguese ship, which sank near the Malacca. It’s 34 meters high and this ship-museum will take you hundreds of years ago.


Menara Taming Sari

One of the unique attractions at Malacca is the Menara Taming Sari. It is the only revolving tower in Malaysia. It measures 110 meters in height and its revolving tower offers a wide and far landscape scene overlooking Malacca city.

Menara Taming Sari is located nearby Bandar Hilir at Jalan Merdeka. If you happen to be at Dataran Pahlawan Megamall and Mahkota Parade Mall it is just a short 3 minutes’ walk away.

The tower’s name is taken after a famous keris, which is a magical weapon belonging to legendary Malay Admiral named Hang Tuah.

The design of the structure of the tower takes on the shape of the weapon, while the highest point of the tower resembles its hilt.


Machap Walk

Machap Baru Street Walk is located in the small district town of Alor Gajah, Malacca. The town is located just 32km away from the city of Malacca.

Machap Walk unites all the famous dishes of Malaysia in one place. The street is filled with every race in Malaysia which shows the 1 Malaysia spirit.

Do not miss the opportunity to go to Machap Walk, open during the weekends if you happen to be in Malacca


A’Famosa Fort

This historical fort was built by the Portuguese in 1511 after they defeated the Malacca Sultanate. On 1641, it fell to the Dutch and subsequently in the early 19th century to the British.

The fort was to be destroyed in 1806, but was spared by the founder of Singapore, Sir Stamford Raffles.

The fort is just a 5 minutes’ walk from Christ Church. It is a very peaceful place away from the busy-ness of Malacca city


The Shore Sky Tower

For a near 360° bird’s eye view of Malacca city, a visit to the 43 storied Sky Tower will give you a view of 50 kilometers at all direction.

It is just a short walk away from the UNESCO World Heritage district and it’s located beside the river bank facing Morten village.


Freeport A’Famosa Outlet Village

This open air Dutch colonial era styled shopping village is the biggest shopping outlet located at Alor Gajah.

It consists of more than 70 international brands offered at superb prices.

Freeport is located just outside A’Famosa Resort Malacca and is just on your way to Malacca’s UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Melaka Straits Mosque

Built on stilts over the sea, Melaka Straits Mosque is a modern designed mosque perfectly blends with both Malaysian and Middle Eastern mosque architecture. Situated on Pulau Melaka, the was opened on 24th November 2006 whereby the opening ceremony was done by the Sultan of Malaysia at the time.


Melaka Wonderland Theme Park

Visiting this famous Park and Resort in Melaka is the best way to cool down and have great fun on a hot day in Malaysia. The highlights of this Malacca’s tourist attraction and huge multi zone park are high-speed water slides and thrill rides.


Cheng Hoon Teng Temple

The most notable landmark of Malacca situated in famous Jonker Street and was built in 1646. This old Chinese Temple considered to be the oldest Buddhist place of worship in Malaysia.


Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum

This wonderful living museum was established in 1896 and once was the family home for the Baba family.

This heritage building is a unique blend of cultures, east and west countries and illustrates the lifestyle of the Peranakan at the end of the 19th century.

The original design is influenced both by the European architecture and Eastern traditions and history.


Malacca Jonker Street

Joker Street is a center of Chinatown in Malacca you can buy everything!

With rich history, a lot of different people, goodness, history landmark , traditional , local food and souvenirs. Jonker Street in Malacca City’s Chinatown is a complete delight to walk through.

Even during busy weekends this Street is crowded with people and interesting stuff 


Tan Kim Hock Product Centre

If you’re looking for special and affordable souvenirs from Malacca, head to Tan Kim Hock Product Centre in Jalan Laksamana Cheng Ho and Jalan Bendahara . They located from the city centre around 8 min . 

With over 100 local food products under its roof, this is an immensely popular place for locals and tourists to shop for high-quality bites and goodies.


San Shu Gong (Jalan Hang Jebat)

San Shu Gong (三叔公) is a local delicacy shop in Jonker Street, Melaka. You can find almost all sort of local delicacies from dodol, sweetheart cakes (or wife cakes), black sesame biscuits, melon seed biscuits to rice bean cakes, chicken biscuits, pineapple tarts and much more. 

Port Dickson (波得申)

Grand Lexis Port Dickson

Grand Lexis Port Dickson features elegant villas with private pools, located 500 m from Tanjung Gemuk Beach. Surrounded by landscaped gardens, it boasts 4 dining options and various recreational activities. Free WiFi is available in the villas. 

The spacious villas are decorated with bright accents and modern furnishings. It has a flat-screen TV and air conditioning. Certain villas have sea view and a glass panel for underwater viewing while others overlook the garden. The private bathroom includes separate bath and shower facilities. 

Buffet breakfast is served at Roselle Coffee House, which also opens for lunch and dinner. Umi Japanese Restaurant specialises in authentic Japanese cuisine. Drinks and refreshments are available at Lanun Bar and Pool Cafe. 

Adults can relax in the gazebo while the children swim in the kids’ pool. Adventurous guests can try archery or segway obstacle course. Families can play a giant snake and ladder together. Staff at the 24-hour reception are happy to assist you with room service and laundry. Other facilities on site include a spa, a gift shop and a tour desk. 

Oceanic Mall Port Dickson is 6.8 km from Grand Lexis Port Dickson, while Lukut Fort and Museum is 7 km from the resort


Klana Beach Resort Port Dickson

Located along Port Dickson’s coastal road, Klana Beach Resort is just 5 minutes’ walk from Teluk Kemang Beach. It features a restaurant and Muslim prayer rooms. 

Klana Beach Resort Port Dickson is a 10-minute walk from Pantai Seri Purnama Beach. It is 10 minutes’ drive from Port Dickson Golf Course and an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur. 

The air-conditioned rooms come with a plasma TV, a minibar, and tea/coffee making facilities. Each room has a private bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer. 

Guests can enjoy water sports booked on site, or take a leisurely stroll along the boardwalk. The 24-hour front desk provides concierge assistance and laundry services. 

The restaurant serves local and international halal dishes. Non-alcoholic beverages are also offered. 


Avillion Admiral Cove

Overlooking the Straits of Melacca, contemporary-style accommodations are offered at Negeri Sembilan’s Avillion Admiral Cove, a relaxing resort by the waters of Port Dickson. It features an outdoor swimming pool and guests can enjoy meals at the in-house restaurant or have a drink at the bar. Free WiFi is available in public areas. 

It is 3.7 km to Port Dickson Army Museum and 5.8 km to PD Ostrich Show Farm. Kuala Lumpur International AIrport is 52.2 km from the property. 

Air-conditioned rooms at Avillion Admiral Cove are spread out over 2 wings and enjoy breathtaking views of the marina from a private balcony. Decorated with contemporary-style furnishings with a touch of local flavour, the seating area is fitted with a flat-screen TV and a sofa bed. En suite bathrooms include shower facilities, a hairdryer and free toiletries. 

Guests can approach the 24-hour front desk for luggage storage and laundry services. For a workout session, the hotel offers a fitness centre and tennis courts. Alternatively, there is a games room for guests who wish to stay indoors. 

Trader’s Food Shop serves a variety of tasty local and international dishes. Sailor’s Drink Shop offers refreshing cocktails and panoramic sea views. 


Lexis, Port Dickson

Lexis, Port Dickson features spacious accommodation with Balinese decor, offering Straits of Malaccan views. It boasts an outdoor pool surrounded by a landscaped garden and a fitness centre. 

Via expressway, the resort is a 20-minute drive from Seremban, the Negeri Sembilan state capital and an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur. 

Fitted with wooden and stone flooring, air-conditioned rooms are equipped with day beds and an open concept bathroom with bath and shower facilities. In addition to a TV and a minibar, room service is provided. 

Lexis, Port Dickson’s Coffee House features all-day dining of both local and international favourites. The Lobby Bar serves a range of beverages including cocktails, fresh juices and hot drinks. 

Guests can relax in the sauna or take a dip in the hot tub. The young ones can swim in the resort’s children’s pool. Other facilities include a business centre and a karaoke room. 


Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson (PD) Resort Hotel

Offering an outdoor pool and an indoor pool, Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson is located in Port Dickson. Free WiFi access is available in this chalet. 

The accommodation will provide you with air conditioning and a minibar. Featuring a hairdryer, private bathroom also comes with a bidet and bathrobes. Extras include a private pool, a desk and ironing facilities. 

At Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson you will find a restaurant Other facilities offered at the property include a shared lounge and luggage storage. The property offers free parking. 


Avillion Port Dickson

Overlooking the Straits of Malacca, Avillion Port Dickson offers luxurious chalets designed after traditional Malay fishing village. It houses 5 dining options and large outdoor pools. Free WiFi available throughout the resort and free parking is provided. 

The spacious chalets are appointed with wooden furnishings and air conditioning. Certain units come with garden view, while some has ocean view. A daybed and a minibar are available. The attached bathroom includes a bath and a rain shower. 

Crow’s Nest offers fusion á la carte dishes and Village Court is open for all-day dining. Drinks can be enjoyed at The Galley and aVi Lounge. The Verte has a resident mixologist and al-fresco setting that overlooks the ocean. 

Outdoor activities are plenty at the resort, where families can go bird watching and fishing. Children can play in the kids’ club or take a dip in the kids’ pool. The adults-only pool and the spa can provide you with relaxing quiet time. The resorts also boasts a pet farm, an exotic bird aviary and a spice farm. 


Thistle Port Dickson

This hotel sits upon 36 hectares of tropical gardens, and includes a private 3-km stretch of sand. The main town of Port Dickson is a 20-minute drive away, and Kuala Lumpur is just over an hour away.

Kuala Lumpur (吉隆坡)

Petronas Twin Towers

Petronas Twin Towers were once the tallest buildings in the world. Now the world’s tallest twin structures, the 88-storey buildings were designed by Cesar Pelli & Associates with both towers joined at the 41st and 42nd floors (175m above street level) by a 58 metre-long, double-decker Sky Bridge. Standing 452 metres tall, the Petronas Twin Towers retained its world-title claim to fame until 2004 when Taipei’s 101 was built, measuring 508 metres tall. Today, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai (opened in 2010) retains the spot as the world’s tallest building. Located in the KL city centre, the Petronas Twin Towers’ architecture is Islamic-inspired and the buildings primarily house the corporate headquarters of the Petronas Company and other offices.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/attractions/petronas-twin-tower.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001

Location : Concourse Level, Petronas Twin Tower, Lower Ground, 50088, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 09.00AM – 17.30PM  , Only Closed at Monday 

Merdeka Square, Kuala Lumpur

Merdeka Square is a square located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is situated in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Literally Independence Square, it was formerly known as the Selangor Club Padang or simply the “Padang” and was used as the cricket green of the Selangor Club.

Location : Jalan Raja, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50050 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 24 Hours (Daily)

Menara KL Tower

Along with the Petronas Twin Towers, Menara KL Tower is easily Malaysia’s most recognizable and popular landmark. Constructed in 1994, the tower stands at 421 metres and effortlessly trumps the Petronas Twin Towers with the highest and most spectacular view of the city. This gleaming tower’s spindle-like apex is visible from almost anywhere in Kuala Lumpur. Menara KL’s viewing deck is, at 276 metres, at least 100 metres higher than the Petronas Twin Towers’ Skybridge; the view is marvellous during the day and even better at night when you can see the entire sparkling city centre.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/attractions/menara-kl-tower.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001

Address : 2, Jalan Puncak, Kuala Lumpur, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 09.00AM – 22.00PM (Daily)

Chinatown (Petaling Street)

Petaling Street is the Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur. This famous street cuts through Jalan Pudu and Jalan Sultan. 

It is a place where the hustling and bustling never comes to an end. Day or night, visitors keep coming to Petaling Street to either dine on the famous street foods here or to get some good bargains on things sold here. Petaling Street is the shoppers’ paradise if you want to bargain your way to some cheap things. There is almost everything here from clothes, souvenirs to electronic items to fabrics. Other than cheap stuff, Petaling Street is renowned for selling imitation goods like handbags, wallets, watches and shoes from brands like Adidas, Calvin Klein, Nike and so on. Food here is also aplenty

Location : Jalan Petaling, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 09:00AM – 01.00AM (Daily)

Batu Caves

Batu Caves, one of Kuala Lumpur’s most frequented tourist attractions, is a limestone hill comprising three major caves and a number of smaller ones. Located approximately 11 kilometres to the north of Kuala Lumpur, this 100-year-old temple features idols and statues erected inside the main caves and around it. Incorporated with interior limestone formations said to be around 400 million years old, the temple is considered an important religious landmark by Hindus. Cathedral Cave – the largest and most popular cavern in Batu Caves – houses several Hindu shrines beneath its 100-metre-high arched ceiling. At the foot of Batu Hill are two other cave temples – the Art Gallery Cave and Museum Cave – which houses numerous Hindu statues and paintings.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/attractions/batu-caves.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001

Location : Gombak, 68100 Batu Caves, Selangor, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 06.00AM – 21.00PM (Daily)

Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is located in Petaling Jaya – a thriving satellite town – about 15km southwest of the Kuala Lumpur city centre. With a variety of watery rides on offer and plenty of dry-land activities too, there are few more fun ways to spend a day than cooling down at Sunway. Water slides that whirl and twirl, a manmade ‘river’ ride, a surf beach, a wave pool, a 360° revolving pirate ship… the list of fun attractions at the 80-acre park is extensive. Built on the site of a former tin mine and quarry, when it first opened the highlights of this multi-zone theme park were its water slides and the world’s largest manmade surf beach. These days, it has expanded and encompasses a total of five different zones – the water park, Scream Park, Amusement Park, Extreme Park and Wildlife Park.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/attractions/sunway-lagoon-theme-park.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001

Location : 3, Jalan PJS 11/11, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 10.00AM – 18.00PM Daily 

Aquaria KLCC

Aquaria KLCC, a world-class aquarium that showcases marine life and animals from Malaysia and around the world.

It is an oceanarium showcasing over 5,000 different exhibits of aquatic and land-bound creatures over a sprawling 60,000 square foot space right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s city centre.

Location : Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Jalan Pinang, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 10.00AM – 20.00PM Daily 


Perdana Botanical Gardens

The Perdana Botanical Garden, formerly known as Taman Tasik Perdana or Lake Gardens, is situated in the Heritage Park of Kuala Lumpur. It has always been a part of the green lung of the city and has a history of over a decade. Originally created as part of a recreational park but planted with collections of tropical plants, the garden have been rehabilitated and turned into a Botanical Garden. The garden have not only botanical collections but also house features that give the visitors the ambiance of being in a tropical rainforest, despite being in the middle of a bustling metropolis.

Location : Jalan Kebun Bunga, Tasik Perdana, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 07.00AM – 20.00PM Daily 


Royal Selangor Visitor Centre

Years 1885 , a young pewtersmith name Yong Koon arrived in Malaya From the Chinese port of Shantou , armed with little more than a set of tools and a determination to success

Today, Yong Koon’s humble enterprise is Royal Selangor, the world’s foremost name in quality pewter.

Location : 4, Jalan Usahawan 6, Setapak Jaya, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 09.00AM – 17.00PM Daily


Thean Hou Temple

The Thean Hou Temple is a 6-tiered temple to the Chinese sea goddess Mazu located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is located on 1.67 acres of land atop Robson Heights on Lorong Bellamy, overlooking Jalan Syed Putra. It was completed in 1987 and officially opened in 1989.

Location : 65, Persiaran Endah, Taman Persiaran Desa, 50460 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 09.00AM – 17.00PM (Daily)


Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia was officially opened on 12 December 1998. The museum is located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s tourist belt amidst the lush greenery of Perdana Botanical Gardens and within walking distance to the National Mosque, Bird Park and National Planetarium.

Location : Perdana, Jalan Lembah, Perdana Botanical Gardens, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 10.00AM – 18.00PM Daily


Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park

Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park is a veritable secret paradise where butterflies actually dance nonchalantly in clumps of fern amidst scented beautiful flowers and flowering vines.

From the words of the internationally renowned programme- Discovery Channel ,

in an interview and broadcasted to over 200 million viewers worldwide, it says “of all the butterfly parks in the world, none can compare with this one”.

This is the largest butterfly garden in the world spanning over 80,000 sq ft of landscaped garden with over 5,000 live butterflies, exotic plants, butterfly-host plants and ferns. Other attractions are japanese koi fish, fresh water turtles, live insects and a museum with a large collection of butterflies and insects from around the world.

Location : Taman Tasik Perdana, Jalan Cendarasari, Kuala Lumpur, 50480, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 09.00AM – 18.00PM Daily 


Little India Brickfields

Vibrant Brickfields is home to Little India, a colorful maze of textile shops and jewelry stores, plus low-key restaurants serving dosa pancakes and banana-leaf curries. Over by KL Sentral station there’s a mix of laid-back trattorias, upscale bistros and classy cocktail bars. Sri Kandaswamy Kovil is a Hindu temple with golden statues, while Buddhist Maha Vihara temple features a bodhi tree and domed pagoda.

Location : Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Kuala Lumpur Bird Park 

A Good Tourist attraction, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park 

It is a popular tourist attraction in the country, receiving an annual average of 200,000 visitors. It is located to the Lake Gardens within a KL green lung in Bukit Aman, close to the National Mosque and Royal Malaysian Police Museum. The Bird Park houses more than 3,000 birds representing more than 200 species in an enclosed aviary. About 90% are local birds and 10% were imported from countries such as Australia, China, Holland, Indonesia, New Guinea, Tanzania and Thailand

Location : KL Bird Park, 920, Jalan Cenderawasih, Perdana Botanical Gardens, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 09.00AM – 18.00PM Daily 


Pavilion KL

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is an award-winning, world-class mixed-use urban development located in the heart of Bukit Bintang, the shopping paradise of Malaysia. Opened to visitors on 20 September 2007, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur blends the best of the international and local retail world and is positioned as the Defining authority in fashion, food and urban leisure

Location : 168, Bukit Bintang Street, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 10.00AM – 22.00PM Daily 


Petrosains Science Discovery Centre

On level 4 of the Suria KLCC shopping mall is the Petrosains Science centre. It offers visitors an insight on Malaysia’s oil and gas industry, with the application of a high-tech and interactive approch to learning.

Location : Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours :

Tuesday – Friday

9:30am – 5:30pm
Last Admission: 4:00pm

Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday

9:30am – 6:30pm
Last Admission: 5:00pm

CLOSED (except on Public Holidays and School Holidays)


Suria KLCC Mall

Opened in May 1998, the shopping mall was conceived as part of the Petronas Tower project, having been constructed alongside the towers. The back of the mall is designed to offer views of Klcc Park and Lake Symphony, and open pool in between the parkland and the mall. The mall’s floor plan is L-shaped, featuring its two wings exiting to Jalan Ampang and Jalan P. Ramlee, and converging at the central atrium, where direct assess to the lobby of the towers.

Location : Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 10.00AM – 22.00PM Daily


Central Market Kuala Lumpur

One-stop Centre for Malaysian Batik, Souvenirs, Collectibles & Handicraft

Central Market Kuala Lumpur is a centre for Malaysian culture, art and craft located in the heart of the city. As a building with significant historical value Central Market Kuala Lumpur has come a long way from its early beginning as a wet market built in 1888 to a delightful destination for tourists, shoppers and art lovers.

Today, Central Market Kuala Lumpur is a must-visit destination offering visitors a unique shopping opportunity where they can relish not just a retail experience but also a heritage experience offering a wonderful visual treat and appreciation of Malaysia heritage and architecture in a glance as they step into its doors.

Under its stunning art-deco structure, you will find more than 300 shops featuring local handicrafts, textiles, souvenirs, collectibles and restaurants. With its distinctive Malaysian flavor, Central Market Kuala Lumpur offers an excellent place to showcase the true Malaysian culture and heritage values attracting both locals and foreign tourists to its doors.

Location : Jalan Hang Kasturi, City Centre, 50050 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 10.00AM – 21.30PM Daily 


Kuala Lumpur City Gallery

360° of Kuala Lumpur starts here! The Tourist Information Centre is your first stop as soon as you step into Kuala Lumpur! Get the only KL Walks & Tours Map in English or Chinese for free.

See the Past, Present and Future of Kuala Lumpur, and the Kuala Lumpur City Model, an innovative showcase! The giant I LOVE KL is a must photo-stop! Take home Made In Malaysia gifts, The Official Souvenir of Kuala Lumpur. End your visit by savouring the finest of Malaysian delicacies at the ARCH Cafe.

Location : Dataran Merdeka, 27, Jalan Raja, 50050 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 09.00AM – 18.30PM Daily 


Bukit Bintang

Bukit Bintang (Bintang Walk) is well-regarded as Kuala Lumpur’s trendiest shopping and entertainment district, offering everything from sleek shopping centres and five-star hotels to all-day restaurants and vibrant nightclubs. Thanks to its central location, it is also fairly easy to get to Bukit Bintang from anywhere in Kuala Lumpur via public transportation, including monorail, taxis, and buses. One of the most iconic landmarks here is Pavilion KL, an upscale shopping mall that houses European luxury retailers such as Coach, Diane Von Furstenberg, Dolce & Gabbana, Juicy Couture, MaxMara, Versace, and Yves Saint Laurent. Also set within Bukit Bintang district is Jalan Alor, a stretch of atmospheric air-conditioned Chinese seafood restaurants and hawker stalls where you can enjoy an array of local delicacies by the roadside until the wee hours of morning. Nightlife in Bukit Bintang is also legendary, particularly the Changkat Bukit Bintang area. Whether you are looking for a live music scene, a posh see-and-be-seen nightclub, or an opulent rooftop bar, Bukit Bintang has it all.

Location : Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

12 Best Hotel In Johor Bahru

DoubleTree Hilton Johor Bahru 

Located 4.6 km from Johor-Singapore Causeway, Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Johor Bahru boasts a large outdoor swimming pool and 4 dining options. The rooms and suites are luxuriously furnished and free WiFi is available in common areas. 

The spacious rooms and suites are fitted with air conditioning and a 40-inch flat-screen satellite TV. A personal safe and tea/coffee making facilities are also available. For your comfort, a pillow menu is included. Certain units have a separate living area and a kitchenette. The stylish bathroom comes with premium toiletries and plush bathrobes. 

Makan Kitchen is open all-day and serves buffet breakfast as well as a vast array of Asian and International cuisines. Italian fares are offered at Tosca Italian Trattoria, which features Straits of Johor views. Coffee/tea and refreshments can be enjoyed at Axis Lounge and The Food Store. 

The property houses modern meeting rooms along with supporting business facilities. Friendly multilingual staff at the tour desk can arrange sightseeing trips and shuttle services. For families, cribs and high chairs are provided upon request. The property also caters to your accessibility needs throughout. 

Johor Bahru City Square is 650 m from Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Johor Bahru and Johor Bahru Sentral railway station is 1.5 km away.

Singapore Changi Airport is 36KM away.

Mutiara Hotel Johor Bahru 

Boasting 3 dining options and an outdoor swimming pool, Mutiara Johor Bahru is situated 750 m from KSL City Mall. Free WiFi is accessible throughout and free parking is provided for guests who drive. 

The spacious rooms come with air conditioning and a flat-screen TV. A minibar and coffee/tea making facilities are also included. A bath and bath amenities are available in the en suite bathroom. Certain rooms have access to Mutiara Club. 

Seri Mutiara Restaurant serves daily breakfast, high tea on weekends and weekly buffet dinner. Meisan Szechuan Restaurant specialises in Oriental cuisine. Drinks and live music are offered at Polo Lounge. 

Guests can head to the shopping arcade or workout at the fitness centre. Free scheduled shuttle service to selected shopping centres is available upon request. Staff at the reception are happy to assist you with room service and laundry. 

Mutiara Johor Bahru is 3.3 km from Danga City Mall and 5 km from Larkin Sentral bus terminal.

Singapore Changi Airport is 37km away.

Grand Paragon Johor Bahru Hotel

Grand Paragon Hotel Johor Bahru is situated 550 m from KSLCity Mall. It houses 2 dining options and extensive wellness facilities. Free parking is provided. 

The rooms are warmly lit and equipped with air conditioning. A flat-screen TV and a minibar are available. Certain units feature a seating area. The en suite bathroom comes with a bath/shower and free toiletries. 

Kishin-Tei serves Japanese fare, while Cafe Para Para offers daily buffet breakfast and opens 24-hour. 

You can enjoy pampering massage, foot reflexology and hair treatments. Alternatively, you can visit the lounges or sing at the karaoke. Staff at the reception are happy to assist you with luggage storage and local area information. 

Grand Paragon Hotel Johor Bahru is 3 km from Danga City Mall and JB City Square.

Singapore Changi Airport is 39km away.

The Puteri Pacific Johor Bahru Hotel 

Overlooking the Straits of Johor, The Puteri Pacific Johor Bahru boasts 3 dining options and an outdoor swimming pool. Situated in the commercial district centre, it also houses a spa and a fitness centre. The elegant guest rooms are air-conditioned and in-house guests enjoy free WiFi throughout the property. 

Decorated with mahogany wood furniture, every room and suite features a flat-screen TV. Guests enjoy Johor Bahru’s skyline or Straits of Johor view. The en suite bathroom is fitted with a bath/shower and free toiletries. Tea/coffee making facilities and a minibar are included, along with a personal safe. 

International buffet and local delights are served at The Puteri Café, which opens all day. Halal Chinese cuisines can be enjoyed at Kai Xuan Chinese Restaurant and guests may also dine at D’ Coast Restaurant, which serves Mediterranean specialties. 

Sauna facilities are offered at Pacific Fitness Centre. Alternatively, tennis and squash courts are available. Staff at the 24-hour reception can assist you with airport transfers and car hires at an extra charge. 

Johor Bahru Sentral railway station is 1 km from The Puteri Pacific Johor Bahru, while Johor Zoo is 1.7 km away.

Singapore Changi International Airport is 40 km from the property.

Amari Johor Bahru Hotel

Conveniently located in Johor Bahru city centre, Amari Johor Bahru offers elegant guest rooms and suites with free WiFi throughout. It houses an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness centre and a spa. Johor Bahru City Square is 600 m from the property. 

Decorated with warm colors, each unit is appointed with a 40-inch satellite TV and a minibar. Selected units have executive lounge access, while others offer direct pool access. The en suite bathroom includes a shower and free toiletries. 

Buffet breakfast is served at Amaya Food Gallery, with options include Asian and international dishes. Drinks and snacks are offered at Amaya Cafe and Dip Bar. Alternatively, plenty of dining options are located in the shopping mall nearby. 

Guests can approach the 24-hour front desk for local area information, concierge services and luggage storage. A gym is available for guests who wish to work out and you can also indulge in various treatments at Breeze Spa. 

Amari Johor Bahru is 3 km from Danga City Mall and 3.5 km from Johor Zoo.

Singapore Changi Airport is 38km away.

Holiday Villa Johor Bahru Hotel

Just steps away from KSL City Mall, Holiday Villa Johor Bahru City Centre offers air-conditioned accommodation with free WiFi throughout. It houses an infinity pool and a restaurant. There is a free parking in the property. 

The spacious rooms are appointed with a flat-screen TV and coffee/tea making facilities. The en suite bathroom comes with a shower and free toiletries. 

Fern Pine Cafe opens all-day and serves a mix of local and international dishes. Drinks can be enjoyed at the pub. In-room dining is also available. 

Guests can relax in the sauna or get a good workout at the gym. You can store luggage at the 24-hour front desk. Laundry service and meeting/banquet facilities are provided at an additional charge. 

Holiday Villa Johor Bahru City Centre is 300 m from Holiday Plaza and 5 km to Istana Pasir Pelangi.

Singapore Changi Airport is 39km away.

Renaissance’s Johor Bahru Hotel 

Renaissance Johor Bahru offers luxurious and modern guestrooms with a flat-screen satellite TV in Johor. Featuring 2 restaurants and a pub, it also has fitness centre and outdoor pool. 

Johor Premium Outlet (JPO) is a 25-minute drive from Renaissance Johor Bahru. Lego Land, Hello Kitty Theme Park and Desaru Beach are all within a 35-minute drive away. It takes 1-hour to reach Singapore by car. 

The air-conditioned rooms are equipped with a flat-screen satellite TV, desk and electric kettle. Each room also includes a private bathroom with shower, hairdryer, bathrobes, slippers and free toiletries. 

Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi in the hotel’s common areas and free parking nearby. Luggage storage facilities are available at the 24-hour reception. 

Wan Li Restaurant specialises in Chinese and Cantonese cuisines while Café BLD serves international dishes. After dinner drinks can be ordered from R-Bar. 

Singapore Changi Airport is 41km away.

Hotel Granada Johor Bahru

Hotel Granada Johor Bahru offers stylish accommodations in Bukit Indah. Guests can enjoy meals at the in-house restaurant of have a drink at the bar. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. 

It is 160 m to Aeon Mall Bukit Indah. LEGOLAND Malaysia is 9.7 km from Hotel Granada Johor Bahru, while Sanrio Hello Kitty Town and Puteri Harbour are 12.7 km from the property. Senai International Airport is 29.3 km away. 

Air-conditioned rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Certain units have a seating area or executive lounge access. The en suite bathroom includes shower facilities. 

Guests can approach the 24-hour front desk for currency exchange, concierge services and luggage storage. 

Olla Restaurant serves up all-day dining and daily buffet breakfast, serving Malaysian favorites and international delights. QQ Bistro & Cafe offers a selection of beverages and light refreshments.

Singapore Changi Airport is 49km away.

Legoland Malaysia Hotel 

Located in Iskandar Puteri, LEGOLAND Malaysia Hotel features accommodations with a theme park and a water park all in Johor Bahrui. Other facilities include 3 dining options, retail stores, and an outdoor pool. 

Spacious rooms come with a sofa and feature varying themes, including kingdom, pirate and adventure. Fitted with an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer, they are also equipped with a flat-screen TV, an electric kettle and a minibar. 

Bricks Family Restaurant features both buffet and à la carte dining options, while Di Mattoni Restaurant serves up Italian cuisine. Japanese fare can be enjoyed at Kai Sushi Bar. Room service is provided. 

WiFi is accessible for free in the hotel’s public areas. The hotel also has a tour desk, a business centre and meeting/banquet facilities. Staff at the 24-hour front desk provides services such as laundry, luggage storage, ticketing and airport shuttle.

Singapore Changi Airport is 62.5KM away.

KSL Hotel & Resort 

Conveniently located inside KSL Shopping Mall in the city centre’s Taman Century, KSL Resort offers modern rooms with free WiFi and a flat-screen TV. Guests can enjoy on-site facilities such as the fitness centre, swimming pool, golf simulator, cinema, karaoke centre and spa. Guests traveling with children can have a good time at the free Dinosaur Water Theme Park. 

KSL Resort is a 5-minute walk from Holiday Plaza Mall and a 7-minute drive from Johor Bahru City Centre. Johor Premium Outlet is a 20-minute drive away, while the Singapore-Johor Bahru Causeway is 5 minutes away. Popular destinations such as Legoland and Puteri Harbour are within 25 minutes’ drive away. The hotel provides shuttle bus services to Legoland, Universal Studios Singapore and Resort World Casino Singapore. 

Modern rooms are air-conditioned and fitted with tea/coffee-making facilities and a personal safe. Free toiletries and a hairdryer are provided. 

Guests traveling on business will find fax and photocopying services in the business centre. The hotel also houses 20 fully-equipped function rooms. Guests can pamper themselves with a treatment in the barber and beauty shop. Babysitting services are offered. 

International cuisine is served in the 24-hour Infusion Café while Mission Golf Bar and Grill serves a selection of Western dishes. Light snacks and cocktails can be enjoyed in Twilight Lounge.

Singapore Changi Airport is 39km away.

Hotel Jen Puteri Harbour Johor

Set just a 3-minute walk to Puteri Harbour Family Theme Park, Hotel Jen Puteri Harbour welcomes guests with a rooftop swimming pool, a fitness centre and free WiFi access in all areas. 

This luxurious hotel is located just a 5-minute drive to the recently opened Legoland theme park. The popular Johor Premium Outlets and Senai International Airport are both a 35-minute drive away. 

Featuring hardwood floors, each elegant guestroom is fitted with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a seating area and tea/coffee making facilities. It also has an attached bathroom equipped with a hairdryer. 

Guests can enjoy a relaxing steam bath or traditional massages. Hotel Jen Puteri Harbour also features a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage space and meeting/banquet facilities. 

Offering beautiful harbour views, Harbour Café will serve an array of local and international flavours. Guests can also choose from a selection of wines and cocktails at Sky Bar.

Singapore Changi Airport is 65km away.

Thistle Johor Bahru Hotel

Boasting 5 dining options and a free-form swimming pool, Thistle Johor Bahru is situated 6 km from Johor-Singapore Causeway. The property features tastefully decorated accommodation as well as a vast array of health and wellness activities on site. Free WiFi is accessible throughout and free parking is provided for guests who drive. 

Fitted with soft colors and floor-to-ceiling windows, every room and suite is appointed with a flat-screen TV and air conditioning. Guests enjoy Johor Bahru skyline or Straits of Johor view. Certain units have a separate seating area. The en suite bathroom includes a hairdryer and free toiletries. Ironing facilities are available upon request. 

Overlooking the landscaped gardens, Fresh serves daily buffet breakfast. Italian cuisines are offered at the poolside Oasis, while guests can enjoy a la carte dining at Glass. Drinks and light meals are available at Steps and The Hive. 

Adults can relax in the sun loungers while kids can play in the children’s pool. You can also exercise at the modern fitness centre or play a game of tennis. Alternatively, pampering treatments and sauna are offered at the spa. Staff at 24-hour reception can assist you with currency exchange and valet parking. 

Singapore Changi Airport is 39km away.

10 Best Golf Resort In JB

Pulai Springs Country Club 

Nestled at the foothills of Mount Pulai, the Pulai Springs Resort is naturally endowed with breath-taking views and sweeping panoramas of rolling greens and undulating hills. Pulai Springs Resort is home to two championship golf courses and was once ranked as one of the World’s Top 50 Golf Resorts.

1)The Pulai course is an outstanding Trent Jones II design. Played from the tips at 6819 yards, the Robert Trent Jones designed Pulai Course is a test for the best golfers in Malaysia. The quality, presentation and maintenance, never easy in tropical countries, is generally excellent. Beyond the course, large swathes of what was dense jungle have been cleared to make way for Johor Bahru’s urban sprawl. Thankfully the housing developments do not interfere with or detract from the excellence of the wonderful Pulai course.

The Pulai Course is characterized by its ever-present and very stylish bunkering. Like its companion course, the Melana, the holes are laid out on constantly undulating, lightly tree-lined terrain. Although the good-width fairways will appeal to big-hitters, sand looms large for wayward drives and for approach shots that are either short or slightly offline to left or right. Elevated tee-boxes give golfers great looks at the holes ahead. The requirement is usually for a well-placed tee shot, and then a carefully judged approach shot to an elevated green, usually fiercely defended by a multiplicity of deep bunkering. 

The front nine provides challenge in the form of a double green on the third hole that is shared with the sixth and a split fairway on the seventh. The downhill par-5 9th has the greatest elevation change, although it can be argued that the best holes come on the back-nine. Greenside water requires a very accurate approach to hit the green in regulation.

With water in play at 5 holes on the back nine, the primary task is to keep the ball dry. The par-3 13th, with its island tee-boxes lined up towards a water-surrounded island green, is one of the most memorable. The heroic short par-4 16th is laden with bunkers all-round the green from 80 yards out making it very difficult to lay-up without finding sand. Also in common with the Melana layout, the Pulai finishes with a long uphill par-4, shaped like a hook with water in the play up the entire left side and played to a heavily bunkered and elevated green. 

The Pulai Springs clubhouse is designed as an ancient royal Malay palace. Vaulting roofs, exposed timber structures, ingenious use of traditional motif in the interior design echo traditional graciousness. Intricately carved wooden and stone murals with exquisite Qing antiques blend with rich themes of the Orient. Facilities include separate men’s and ladies changing rooms with lockers, rock showers, Jacuzzi, steam rooms, saunas,  foot reflexology center, and  golfer’s terrace serving snacks & drinks.

With its 2 championship golf courses Pulai Springs is dedicated to providing the discerning golfer with an unmatched Malaysia golfing experience.

2)The Melana Course is Pulai Spring’s No.2 course. Designed by Peter Dalkeith Scott, this Malaysia golf course presents the ultimate challenge to golfers on a Malaysia golf holiday. The par-72 Melana Course at 6582 yards plays over undulating terrain and was voted the Best Johor Golf Course by the Business Times of Singapore.

The Melana front-nine has some of Pulai Spring’s most natural and attractive jungle and palm oil plantation scenery, while a housing development is more in evidence on the back-nine. The quite compact Melana layout is tight and undulating. The greatest elevation changes are on the front-nine and closing section of the back-nine. The greens are often small and full of challenging slopes; getting down in two is never guaranteed. 

The signature par-3 sixth hole which plays across a jungle ravine and requires nerves of steel or the ball will be lost! After the relatively water-free but always tight and demanding front-nine, it is the closing stretch of four holes where good course management and accurate shot-making need to be diligently applied. Aptly known as “The Challenge”, the par-5 15th starts off easily enough but narrows down enormously towards the green. The second shot at the downhill par-5 15th will need to find a sliver of fairway only 10 yards wide, with water hazards waiting to left and right. Coming in is only marginally less difficult is the 18th, a par-4 with a 20-foot waterfall dissecting the lower half of the fairway from the upper half. While many succumb to the water, consolation can be found in the spectacular view of the clubhouse.

The Pulai Springs clubhouse is designed as an ancient royal Malay palace. Vaulting roofs, exposed timber structures, ingenious use of traditional motif in the interior design echo traditional graciousness. Intricately carved wooden and stone murals with exquisite Qing antiques blend with rich themes of the Orient. Facilities include separate men’s and ladies changing rooms with lockers, rock showers, Jacuzzi, steam rooms, saunas,  foot reflexology center, and  golfer’s terrace serving snacks & drinks.The Melana Course is floodlit for night golf.

Pulai Springs is dedicated to providing the discerning golfer with an unmatched Malaysia golfing experience.

The Legends Golf Resort & Country Club

The Legends Golf & Country Resort located in Johor is an easy 40-minute drive from Singapore via the second causeway. The original concept was to offer championship courses, one designed by Jack Nicklaus, another by Arnold Palmer, the third by Gary Player to all Johor golfers. Only the Nicklaus course and 9-holes of the Arnold Palmer track was completed however. 

The par-72, 6,710 meter 18-hole Jack Nicklaus championship course was fully open for play in June 1997 and it was ranked the #1 golf course in Johor in 1998, 1999 and 2001. This championship course was also rated one of the top three golf courses in Asia by Asian Golf Monthly in 2002.  The layout is a robust design with many elevation changes and sprawling bunkering, occupying relatively open terrain. 

Each hole is full of character, imbued with its challenges and views onto the neighboring palm oil plantation. From the back tees, a number of the plunging drives are quite exciting, the holes bending around lakes, crossing ridges or heading toward distant shelves that fall away toward trouble.

The signature par-5 6th plays from an elevated tee, with two routes to the green on the second shot. The cautious ‘lay-up and pitch-on in three’ is available. The riskier carry over water and ‘on in two’ strategy temps better golfers. 

The back-nine provides a much stiffer and very scenic test of golf. Water threatens every tee-shot from the par-4 11th through to the par-4 17th. Several of these holes are amongst the most daunting, yet breathtakingly beautiful that you’ll encounter in Malaysia. Elevated tees look down onto an exotic mix of small lakes and an enchanting array of tropical trees and flowering shrubs. The back nine resident monkeys may well take the opportunity to observe your progress, especially at the long par-5 16th.

The spectacular 9-hole Arnold Palmer designed 3,326-meter course complements the existing Jack Nicklaus Course, and is of the highest international standard. It offers a perfect mix of challenging play for golfers of all levels and lush tropical scenery.

The Legends is a master planned resort offering a complete range of sporting, leisure, entertainment, and resort facilities. The clubhouse is large and well-appointed. However, the on-site resort is probably best left to locals who want to get away for an overnight weekend round.

Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort, 

Plantation Course :

The Johor Golf Resort occupies 800 acres of land along the water on Straits of Johor and next to Pasir Gudang new town. It takes 30 minutes to reach from either the Singapore-Johor causeway or Johor Bahru itself.

The Plantation Course opened for play in November 1992.  The area was once an oil palm plantation with villages to house workers who also developed fruit orchards and coconut groves. Original cultivated parts of these plantations and orchards form the course landscape. Preserved is a large number of oil palm fringing the fairways. Fruit trees along Holes 4, 6, 7, 14, 15 and 17 include durian, mango, jackfruit, and rambutans. The Plantation Course plays to a length of 6,454 meters.

Facilities at Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort include a 52-bay driving range, practice green, large classical clubhouse, and four restaurants – with the Chinese Restaurant being the best of the bunch. Golf carts are mandatory on all three golf courses. However, caddies are not available, and the service on-the-course is only average.  The on-site resort should be given a miss by Johor golf visitors as it caters more to locals and is quite far away from the main golf tourist areas. Overall, golfing at Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort is still good to include as part of any Johor golf holiday.

Straits Course : 

The Straits golf course follows closely to the coastline of the Straits of Johor. This 6,185-meter layout was the third addition to the Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort. Many of the holes have the mangrove swamps as their main backdrop.  For example, at the 2nd hole, high tides can bring swamp water into play. The 3rd tee box overlooks a small river that meanders through the mangroves before discharging its water into the larger Straits of Johor. The Straits Course is very challenging as golfers have to cope not only with swampland, but also with undulating terrain, rocky outcrops, and strong prevailing sea breezes.

Facilities at Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort include a 52-bay driving range, practice green, sizeable classical clubhouse, and four restaurants – with the Chinese Restaurant being the best of the bunch. Golf carts are mandatory on all three golf courses. However, caddies are not available, and the service on-the-course is only average.  The on-site resort should be given a miss by Johor golf visitors as it caters more to locals and is quite far away from the leading golf tourist areas. Overall, golfing at Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort is still good to include as part of any Johor golf holiday.

The Village Course :

The area initially was part of the oil palm estate with kampongs (villages) dotting the region, thus its name. These kampongs are at the fringes of holes 6, 11 & 12 with one community dating back to the 17th century. Thirteen out of the eighteen holes of the Village Course has water bordering their fairways or greens. With a blend of hills, valleys, and lakes, the Village course’s 18-holes play to a length of 6,399 meters.

Facilities at Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort include a 52-bay driving range, practice green, sizeable classical clubhouse, and four restaurants – with the Chinese Restaurant being the best of the bunch. Golf carts are mandatory on all three golf courses. However, caddies are not available, and the service on-the-course is only average.  The on-site resort should be given a miss by Johor golf visitors as it caters more to locals and is quite far away from the leading golf tourist areas. Overall, golfing at Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort is still good to include as part of any Johor golf holiday.

Starhill Golf & Country Club

Bintang Course

(lightly tree lined, parkland layout)

The Bintang Course offers an interesting range of difficulties for the golfer. At a length of 6,834 yards from the tips, the par -72 layout which is built largely over riverine and swamp areas poses many challenges. Water serves as the primary obstacle for this course although the fairways are wide and generous. Each hole on this course has been designed to provide a new and exciting challenge to the golfer. The fairways are turfed with Zoysia Matrella, while Tifdwarf carpets the greens. The signature hole the Par 3, 16th has a star-shaped green playing at 194 yards

Bukit Course

(undulating but wide fairways and large greens)

Bukit means “hill” in Malay and as its name suggests, one can expect undulating hills to be the main feature of this course. Unlike its sister course “Bintang” the Bukit is considered the easier of the 2 courses with wider fairways, fewer trees and less water. The slopping terrains of the hills result in many uneven lies and other obstacles such as ponds, fairways and green bunkers are ready to swallow up any mishit shot. Par-72 and measuring 7135 yards (6524 metres) in length, the blue tees are a formidable distance and are a real challenge for those game enough to venture to the tips.

Ponderosa Golf & Country Club 

Tucked away in an idyllic suburb of Johor Bahru Ponderosa Golf & Country Club is located just 15 minutes from the city center and 8 kilometers from the Singapore causeway. The Max Wexler designed Ponderosa Golf & Country Club blends natural terrain and tropical foliage to create a natural golf environment. The course derives its name from a well-known American pine, is also the name of the famous cattle ranch in the hugely popular television series Bonanza.

The 18-hole Johor golf course was remodeled by Ronald Fream in 1996 and measures 6467 meters from tips. Though considered short by some golfers, Ponderosa has many sand and water hazards and tricky undulating greens to make it challenging for even the best golfers.  Furthermore, long par-3’s, fairways built around hills, and strong wind all add to the challenge at this Johor golf course.

Notable holes include the 7th; Ponderosa’s signature hole. This is a 168-metre par-3 hole whose first shot must carry a large pond which runs along the approach and all the way past the green. Matured trees serve as obstacles for errant tee-shots, left of the green. Precise clubbing is paramount to carry and land the ball on the correct level of this relatively small undulating green that runs from the back to front. 

The par-5 ninth hole plays dog-legged left from tee to green and measures 543 meters. This is the longest and most difficult hole on the golf course. Here thickets of matured trees, a creek, fairway mounds and hollows, uniquely high-lipped fairway bunker, narrow green-approach, intimidating greenside bunkers and a large undulating putting surface, all combine to make for a testy finishing number on this opening nine.

Hole 16 is tagged the most interesting par-4 hole on the back nine. This dog-legged left jewel measures 370 meters and has a huge pond with waterfall features to the left that runs from tee to green. The tee shot is best played to the right-center of the narrow fairway, anything left is water. Bigger hitters may attempt to cut across the pond for a shorter approach to the green. The well-contoured green is guarded by sand bunkers on both sides and has a large stream in the background to add to its character..  

Facilities at Ponderosa include Chinese restaurant, pro-shop, driving range, tennis courts and an Olympic-size swimming pool. The Mediterranean-styled clubhouse compliments this Malaysia golfing destination. Night golfing is also an option under flood lights for those inclined.

Palm Resort Golf & Country Club 

Located near the Senai Airport, Palm Resort Golf & Country Club is a premier golf destination with three distinctively individual 18-hole championship courses designed by Hiromasa Inagawa and a spectrum of facilities for sports and recreation. The award-winning Palm Resort Golf & Country Club was voted No. 1 in Johor by Golf Malaysia Magazine in 2001/2002 and No. 2 Best Golf Resort in Asia in 2002 by Asian Golf Monthly Magazine.

The three 18-hole championship golf courses – the Allamanda, Cempaka and Melati at Palm Resort have been named after the flora from Malaysia.  The Palm Resort site covers 800 acres of rolling hills and picturesque lakes. Each course features an abundance of landscaped gardens and natural flora. The fairways are often flanked by water and large bunkering is a factor both from the tee and around the greens. 

The Allamanda Course hosted the Johnnie Walker Super Tour 1998 and the Davidoff Nations Cup (World Cup Qualifiers) in 2002 and 2004. Allamanda is a resort course with breathtaking scenery, water features, daunting sand bunkers, and well-maintained Tifdwarf Bermuda greens. The two signature holes are the 2nd and 15th. Fairways and roughs are strongly undulating and water comes into play on 11 of the holes on the Allamanda Course. Beautifully landscaped terrain punctuated with elements of challenge in water hazards, massive bunkers, elevation changes and some daunting doglegs will ensure that every club in your bag is put to good use!

The Cempaka Course is a championship course and requires the utmost concentration. It is the course most often used for local tournaments. The course measures 7,156 yards from the pro tees. Threatening doglegs, narrow fairways, nine water holes and more than 60 sand bunkers make careful club selection important to score well here. Extreme caution is needed on the island fairway feature on the 9th, the coffee plantation between holes 12 and 13, as well as the ravine on the 14th.

The more open Melati plays as a links course, an out-and-back layout with a first tee only start, and is the longest of the three courses at 7,209 yards from the black tees. With 68 bunkers and 6 water holes, it also has many unique features, including what is reputed to be the largest bunker in Malaysia at the par-3 2nd, and the country’s longest hole at the 684-yard par-5 15th. Spectacular views across the Melati course can be had from the most of holes elevated tees.

A full driving range, golf academy, and short game facilities are available to all golfers at Palm Resort. The clubhouse is designed according to Malaysian architecture with ventilated high ceilings, wooden rafters and multi-tiered roof. The clubhouse offers male and female locker rooms that are spacious, a buggy Terminal, a fitness center and a golf boutique.

IOI Palm Villa Golf & Country Resort

IOI Palm Villa Golf & Country Resort located just 20-minutes’ drive from the Singapore/Malaysia border and 30 mins from Johor City. The 27-hole golf course developed by the Industrial Oxygen Incorporated (IOI) Group for challenge and leisure in 1998. An exclusive high-end residential township and shopping mall surrounds the golf course.

Designed by renowned architect Rick Robbins, the resort has 3 nine golf courses (Palm Course, Putra Course & IOI Course) each providing a unique golfing experience., The landscape surrounded by native palm trees gives a magnificent view of Gunung Pulai. IOI Palm Villa is a popular course for locals and Singaporeans making the short trip over the causeway.

IOI Palm Villa has a comprehensive range of club facilities, although the onsite accommodations and main clubhouse are showing their age.

Horizon Hills Golf & Country Club 

Horizon Hills is a hidden jewel among Johor golf courses. Developed on 1,200 hectares in the heart of Nusajaya, the 6,271-meter par-72 championship layout designed by renowned architect Ross Watson. The sprawling 18-hole international championship golf course was officially opened in 2008 and shortly thereafter the 2010 Asian Tour’s Iskandar Johor Open was hosted by the club.

Horizon Hills was designed using the ‘risk-reward’ principle while at the same time preserving the natural terrain of the land. Many holes have significant elevation changes from tee to green.  Another exceptional characteristic of the golf course are the bunkers with full sand faces. Additionally, waterfalls, lakes, and ponds pose many exciting challenges, for both professional and aspirant golfers.

One of the most notable holes is the 500 meter second hole. For most players, this is a genuine three shot par-5 playing up a valley floor, which is bisected by a menacing creek. This creek poses some serious challenges. Average players will be best served if they treat this hole as a par 6 laying-up short of the two forced creek crossings. Better players will be challenged to carry the creek crossings. This is a genuine risk and reward hole and should be treated with great respect. It offers the chance of par but could quickly produce a double bogey or worse if not appropriately managed.

The moment of truth arrives on the last two holes. The 17th is a 135 meter par-3. The green is huge, but with variable winds wafting up and down the valley, it is sure to be many players’ undoing. Of course, to merely hit the green may not be enough when pin locations are close to the surrounding water as the green is anything but flat. To score a 3 on this hole will be a great relief.

The final hole is a  par-5 can be played in 3 shots to the green by laying-up from the tee, followed by a fairway wood to the primary second landing area and then a mid to short iron approach across the corner of the lake which guards the green. Anything offline will require a strategy re-think with water continuous on the right from tee through to the green and several strategically placed fairway bunkers along the way. Long hitters have the option to take on the island fairway from the tee, but this requires a carry of 250 meters.

Once on the island fairway golfers will then be faced with another daunting shot over water to a green surrounded by water on three sides. 

Club facilities include 5-star services, such as an Olympic-sized swimming pool, gym, tennis courts, sports activities, restaurants, and a large ballroom. Horizon Hills Golf & Country Club is one golf course to include on any playlist when golfing in Johor.

Forest City Golf Resort , Legacy Course

Forest City Golf Resort, Legacy Course opening in 2018 located 25 minutes from the Johor city center. The course is also reachable in less than 1 hour from Singapore and set among a large complex of four reclaimed islands in the straits between Singapore and Malaysia. The first of three golf courses at Forest City, the Legacy Course, is a Nicklaus design which makes use of Paspalum Platinum through fairways and greens and ensures excellent year-round playing conditions.

The golf course is fully human-made as there was nothing there before. The course has a desert style concept surrounded by mangroves and natural water features. There are many signature waste areas around the 18 hole course, so even offline drives can be played without worrying about out-of-bounds. 

The 9th and 18th greens play around a shared hill, and the golf course has beautiful river views from most holes. From a player’s standpoint, the golf course is unique. Although the terrains are challenging, the golf course always keeps the amateur golfer in mind, as well as low handicappers and professional golfers.

Golf carts are allowed on fairways to help disabled golfers, speed up play and enhance the course playability. Female caddies are standard, which is a big plus in Malaysia.

The massive 5-star Forest City Golf Hotel located in the middle of the property serves as the clubhouse. A grass turf driving range is available to golfers before and after their rounds. Facilities and service match the 5-star standard.

Austin Hills Golf Resort

Located only 15 kilometers from the Johor checkpoint and close to the center of Johor City is the Austin Hills Golf Resort. One cannot help but to notice the enormous white imposing building sitting on top of Austin Hill; this is the clubhouse of Austin Hills Golf Resort which provides a 360-degree panoramic view of Austin Hills Golf Course. 

Austin Hills was initially set up as two 18-holes golf courses. However, after the floods in December 2006, the Austin and Hills Courses have been reconfigured to provide 27 holes (3 nines) of both challenging golf for the professional golfer and more accessible tracks for amateur Malaysia golf visitors. This Johor golf course covers an area of 200 hectares, each with nine named Austin Course, Resort Course and Hills Course. Golfers can play different combinations of the three to make up their 18 holes.

By designing around the land, Austin Hills has been crafted to look and feel as if it was around for centuries. All the tee boxes are elevated, and there are many holes which require a drive across intimidating ravines to arrive on the fairways proper. To insert a little test to the game, there are many undulating fairways and each hole is sculptured from the natural land of the original hilly terrain. With its tight fairways and smallish greens, proper course management is essential throughout this Malaysia golf course to score well.

The Austin Course features tropical flowering plants, hence giving it a garden image. Tee boxes on holes 2 and 4 offer spectacular views across all three nines. The Resort Course incorporates seven holes from the original Austin Course and two holes from the original Hills Course; this combination makes it the most challenging among the three nines. The Hills Course desert them design includes cactus and large sand bunkers. Holes eight and nine are elevated and make for excellent photo opportunities to remember your round at Austin Hills.

Facilities at Austin Hills Golf Resort include driving range and warm-up areas. Family activities such as swimming, water slides, and kids club are also on offer. An excellent Malaysian restaurant overlooking the golf course is open to the public in the main clubhouse. Buffet or a la carte menus are available to suit all palettes.

Best Seafood Restourant In JB

Yi Jia Seafood Sdn. Bhd. 

Address : 21 & 23 , Jalan Indah 25/1 Taman Bukit Indah 2 , 81200 Johor Bahru Johor 

Opening Hours : 14.30PM – 12.00AM (Daily)

Address : 17 , 19 , 21 & 23 , Jalan Setia 9/17 , Taman Setia Indah , 81100 Johor Bahru Johor 

Opening Hours : 15.00PM – 01.00AM (Daily)

Address : 1 , Jalan Permas Utara , Bandar Baru Permas Jaya , 81750 Masai Johor 

Opening Hours : 16.00PM – 01.00AM (Daily)

Signature : Otah Crab , Crispy Chicken , Pepper Crab , Crispy Golden Yam Ring , Fried Pork Ribs With Coffee 

Anjung Senibong (Halal)

Address : No 4 Jalan Persiaran Senibong ,

Bandar Baru Permas Jaya , 81750

Masai Johor 

Opening Hours : 16.30PM – 02.30AM (Daily)

Signature : Salt Egg Crab , Sambal Crab And Adam Pedas Johor 

Restourant Todak (Orang Asli)

Address : 1 Kampung Orang Asli , Telok Jawa

81750 Masai Johor Malaysia 

Opening Hours : 11.30AM – 23.30PM (Daily)

Signature : Salt Egg Crab , Chilli Crab , Stir Fry Clam , Gong Gong , Cantonese Style Steam Fish

Ikan Bakar Tampin 

Address : 94 , Jalan Dato Sulaiman , Taman Abad , 80250 Johor Bahru Johor

Opening Hours : 17.00PM – 23.00PM , Closed on Tuesday And Wednesday 

Signature : Sambal Sotong , White Pepper Crab , Scallion Broiled Fish , Sambal Noodles

Portuguese Fish , Sambal Ikan Pari 

Selera Senibong Seafood (Halal)

Address : Bandar Baru Permas Jaya 

81750 Masai Johor Malaysia 

Opening Hours : 16.00PM – 02.00AM (Daily)

Signature : Ketam Masak Lemak , Kerapu Steam Fish , Deep fried Squid , Salt Fish Kailan

Chilli Lala 

New Lucky Seafood Restaurant

Address : 1-5, Jalan Keris, Taman Sri Tebrau, 80050 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening Hours : 11.00AM – 23.30PM (Daily)

Signature : Chilli Crab , Braised Fish Lip Dry Scallop , Imperial Seafood Pot

Grand Bayview Seafood Restaurant

Address : 3, Lot PTD 21349, Batu, 1/2, Jalan Bertingkat Skudai, Danga Bay, 80200 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening : 11.00AM – 15.00PM (Daily)

                  18.00PM – 24.00AM (Daily)

Signature : Gargantuan Lobster , Garlic Sautéed Bok Choy , Giant Scallops , Siong Tong Lala

Nasi Goreng Seafood Stulang @ Modern Fishing Point

Address : Taman Stulang Laut , 80300 Johor Bahru Johor Malaysia 

Opening Hours : 17.30PM – 01.00AM

Signature : Stingray sambal , Seafood Fried Rice , Squid Sambal .

Vintage Frenchie at Berjaya Hills in Pahang

Vintage beauty and picturesque towns are probably the first things that come to mind when I hear of France and the town of Colmar is especially famous for their well-preserved architecture. Travelling to a French town sounds amazing for a getaway but the heavy toll on the wallet isn’t the most appealing.

While this resort is by no means a substitute to actually travelling to France, one can consider Colmar Tropicale a more budget-friendly trip instead of the extravagant expenses needed to fly to Europe.

With medieval houses lining up along cobblestone pathways all around the town, it is an uncanny resemblance to the town of Colmar. Accommodation is provided in this resort where comfort can be enjoyed in a traditional setting.

You can indulge in French cuisine among the restaurants along the sidewalks. For Asian food lovers, fret not, these restaurants offer local cuisines to suit your taste buds as well.

The horse riding experience at Colmar Tropicale is an ideal activity to saddle up and discover the beauty of the surrounding hill greenery. It is one of the best ways to enjoy the scenic views through these horse trails.

In addition, Colmar Tropicale has an Adventure Park for adrenaline junkies to experience. Activities ranging from Flying Fox to a High Rope Obstacle Course will be ideal for thrill-seekers.

Get to experience a taste of France at Colmar Tropicale with a budget that is comparatively smaller than that of a plane ticket to the actual town.

With beautiful old-time architecture present in the whole town, there is no doubt that your pictures taken there will look amazing. Who knows? You might end up fooling your friends that you are in France!