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 […]
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 […]
Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman is the first glass Hindu temple in the world and the only one in Malaysia. Temple called “Glass” because it’s decorated with glass inside and outside. The temple looks really beautiful, especially on a sunny day with blue skies, when glass shines. It started in 1922 as a humble shelter. 74 years […]
The Sweetwater Bar and Bistro offers a mix of Spanish, Italian, French, Moroccan, Greek and Turkish cuisines. Great place to eat pasta, risotto, pizza, seafood and other Mediterranean dishes.
The restaurant was founded in 1999 and since it has got the reputation of one of the best seafood restaurants in Johor Bahru. Here you can try fresh-caught fish (grouper, snapper, pomfret, threadfin), prawns, crabs, oysters and lobsters.
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 – 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! […]
Kimchi & BBQ is definitely one of the best Korean Restaurants in Johor Bahru. A great place to eat delicious BBQ pork, Korean steamboat, kimchi pancake and many other dishes.
Kaki-Kaki Reflexology Center has been opened at the end of 2012. They announced themselves as a biggest SPA center in Asia. And this center is a really big: situated on two storeys and included massage rooms, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, TV room and cafe. There are two types of massage rooms: standart rooms and the […]
Johor Premium Outlets, located 30 km from Johor Bahru city center and 20 km from Senai airport, officially opened on December 11, 2011. It’s a collection of 80 brands outlet stores featuring factory-direct savings of 25% to 65% every day.
It’s not a secret that flights from Senai are usually cheaper than the same flights from Singapore Changi Airport. The distance between Singapore and Senai is about 70 km, so it might be cheaper to take a bus or taxi to Johor airport and then take a flight.