Johor Bahru Vacations

Malaysia
Johor Bahru is the second largest city in Malaysia , and the southernmost city on the Eurasian continent. It is a major manufacturing and transportation hub and a bustling metropolis. It does not, however, have much to offer for casual tourists. The city was very undeveloped until quite recently, and …

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Things to see and do in Johor Bahru

Leow Cheng Lam | Trip by SkyscannerLegoland Malaysia
Legoland Malaysia
Otega Hrrc | Trip by SkyscannerDanga Bay
Danga Bay
Hafeez Amin | Trip by SkyscannerStulang Beach
Stulang Beach
Razali Tompang | Trip by SkyscannerSunset @ Johor Bahru
Sunset @ Johor Bahru
SuetMan (Love Miley) | Trip by SkyscannerKSL CITY Mall
KSL CITY Mall
far | Trip by SkyscannerJohor Lama
Johor Lama
Razali Tompang | Trip by SkyscannerSultan Ibrahim Building
Sultan Ibrahim Building
Argenberg | FlickrLido Beach
Lido Beach

Reviews of Johor Bahru

ClaudioSe
ClaudioSeMilano, Italia
17/11/2017

Johor Barhu, is a quickly growing city at the border with Singapore. The historical center is little and not particularly interesting, people come here mainly for busines, do shopping or visiting Lego land or Angry birds parks.

Child of Bohemia
Child of BohemiaCape Town, South Africa
01/11/2016

I spend in Johor Bahru just one day and it was my last stop in Malaysia. The city doesn't seem nice as it's big, smoggy and dirty.

Leow Cheng Lam
Leow Cheng LamKlang, Malaysia
08/07/2014

Johor Bahru is the state capital of Johor. The visitors commonly head for Johor Bahru's royal palaces and lively night markets, considered as some of the state's best attractions.

Violet Lee
Violet Lee
10/03/2013

Have an open mind. JB is so large. Explore into inner JB known as Iskandar where huge malls & hyper marts sells almost anything u want so cheaply. Eateries& restaurents lined every road & streets. Very nice & tasty. Importantly, they still serve customers unlike Sg! Portions are bigger & value for money. Be 2prepared to spend a whole day indeed!

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