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 Places to see in Johor Bahru

Places to see in Johor Bahru, things to do in Johor Bahru, Malaysia

1. Sultan Iskandar Complex

A massive, controversial development, Johor Bahru’s most conspicuous piece of contemporary real estate is the Sultan Iskandar Complex. The national project includes a modern railway station and transportation hub, various government and state administration offices and most importantly, a Tourism Malaysia office.



2. Danga Bay

Danga Bay is the foremost recreation park in Johor Bahru. Outside the central business district, the area hosts many festive events throughout the year and contains many leisure and entertainment points of interest.




3. Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum

Malaysia’s vast ethnic multiplicity shows up in Johor Bahru in terrific attractions like the Chinese Heritage Museum. While not massive, the museum offers remarkable multimedia and interactive insight into a vital community.





4. Istana Pasir Pelangi

Pasir Pelangi is the royal village that makes Johor Bahru a royal city in Malaysia. The Istana is the royal palace, built at the turn of the 20th century.







5. Pasir Pelangi Royal Mosque

Pasir Pelangi is well worth a tour while in Johor Bahru. Built in the 1920s, the Royal Mosque is a significant and venerable point of interest.






6.  Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim

The primary bastion of Johor’s state government, the Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim demonstrates the many architectural styles that dot Malaysia’s urban landscape. Built in the years prior to the outbreak of World War II, the landmark combines Malay and colonial influences.




7.  Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Hindu Temple

Johor Bahru’s pre-eminent Hindu temple is a heritage place of worship for a vibrant community. Open to visitors, the “glass” temple contains many superlative interior features.







8. Istana Bukit Serene

The royal palace and official residence of the Sultan of Johor provides a stellar vantage point of Singapore and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. Built in 1932, the landmark actually features many flourishes of the dominant style of the time – Art Deco. While not officially open to the public, visitors can get relatively close to the palace from the waterfront.



9. Masjid Negeri Sultan Abu Bakar

The state mosque of Johor is the paragon religious landmark in Johor Bahru and a major attraction as well. Another eclectic piece of architecture, so typical of Malaysia, the mosque is mainly English Victorian, with strong hints of Moorish and Malay. Built in the late 19th century at the behest of Sultan Abu Bakar, the mosque is a definite must-see.




10. Istana Besar and Royal Abu Bakar Museum

The former palace of the Sultan of Johor, the Istana Besar, is in the esteem of many, the top attraction in the city. Built back in 1866, the Grand Palace is now a first-rate museum and cultural institution, with scores of precious relics.






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