With a sheer number of family-friendly attractions and a great range of historic sites, visiting Johor Bahru is a great idea for anyone looking to explore. Read on for information!
Jalan Tan Hiok Nee
Just 21 minutes from service apartments in Nusajaya, the likes of Somerset Medini Iskandar Puteri, Jalan Tan Hiok Nee is the perfect location for a stroll. Known for being one of the oldest neighbourhoods in the city, it’s named after one of the founding fathers of Johor Bahru. You’ll find a range of delicious cafes and restaurants lining the streets.
The Johor Zoo
As one of the first zoos to be built in Southeast Asia, you’ll find over a hundred different species of animals in the zoo. The zoo also houses a bird and reptile house along with several eateries around the zoo, in case you fancy a bite!
This was the home of the Sultan of Johor back in the days. This impressive white structure was built in 1866 and is a beautiful mix of Malay and Western architecture.
If you’re travelling with children, make sure not to miss out on the opportunity to visit Legoland Malaysia! The park opened in 2012 and boasts around 40 different rides that younger visitors will love.
Intrigued by history, art and food, Lavinia Woolf is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary and writes of the exhilarating and enchanting. Google+