Johor Bahru

"Located at the southern-most part of Malaysia, Johor Bahru is the capital of Johor. Perfectly positioned just across the Straits of Johor from Singapore, Johor Bahru was once known as the ""End of the Land"" as it occupies the tail portion of mainland Asia. The growth of modern Johor is attributed mainly to Sultan Abu Bakar who became the Sultan of Johor in 1885. For his role in bringing about rapid development of Johor, Sultan Abu Bakar was accorded the honour as 'The Father of Modern Johor'. Today, Johor Bahru boasts a population of just over 1 million and has evolved into a metropolis with cultural diversity and a string of heritage buildings and relics. A vibrant commercial city, Johor Bahru offers many historic sites and attractions including the Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque, the Royal Abu Bakar Museum in the Grand Palace, and a variety of restaurants, great shopping and sporting events. Outside of the city, Johor offers the lowland forests of Endau-Rompin National Park and the remote and beautiful islands of the South China Sea."

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19.43 k.m from the city centre

ibis Styles Johor Iskandar Puteri is located strategically in the new administrative centre of Johor and within the flagship green business industrial...

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