Category | Attractions

To be honest, Johor Bahru is not a city of museums and attractions. Nevertheless, there are some interesting places here that you have to see at least once.

Kukup Fishing Village

Want to escape Singapore? Kukup village is just in 100 km from Singapore city center and 70 km from Johor Bahru, Malaysia. This place is famous for it’s seafood restaurants, built on stilts over the water. Here you can try fish, shrimps, clams and other seafood. The Kukup’s signature dish is chili crab. Usually tourists […]

Desaru Fruit Farm

This 180 acres farm has more than 100 varieties of seasonal and non seasonal fruit and herbs. The farm conduct educational guided tour for children and adults. During this tour you can see how to grow mangosteens, rose apples, jackfruit, passion fruit, dragon fruit, coffee, basil and so on. There is a mini zoo with […]

Kite Museum

Pasir Gudang Kite Museum (Malay: Muzium Layang-Layang) is the first museum in Malaysia to present a history of kites. It has been opened since 2002 as a monument to all kiters throughout the world. An exhibition includes a lot of colorful kites, information posters and video about Pasir Gudang International Kite Festival. The museum has […]

Tanjung Piai

Tanjung Piai is the most southern cape of Peninsular Malaysia and thus the southernmost point of the Eurasian mainland. This place is located 80 km from Johor Bahru โ€“ you need at least an hour to get there from JB city, but it’s worth it. Place is marked by a sign with an inscription “Congratulation! […]

Legoland Malaysia

Theme park Legoland has been opened in Malaysia in 2012. It’s the first Legoland in Asia (other five Lego theme parks are located in Europe and the US). The main feature of these parks is that almost everything inside built of Lego bricks (but don’t worry, roller coasters are made โ€‹โ€‹of more durable materials ). […]

Chinese Heritage Museum

Chinese Heritage Museum tells about the history of the Chinese community in Johor Bahru (former name is Iskandar Puteri). While Chinese came to settle in Johor Bahru, the cultures brought to JB by these different people are far more ancient. This aspect of Johor Bahru history is the focus of the Chinese Museum. Museum’s collection […]