Kota Iskandar is Johor’s 13th administrative centre. Set in a land area of 320 acres, the buildings here spot two distinctive architecture styles, Moorish-Andalusia and Johor Malay. Johor, by the … Read More
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) Johor Bahru campus is no longer just an institute of higher learning. For the past few years, the university management has been promoting UTM as an … Read More
This quaint little house turned show gallery is actually also the retail store of Johor’s artist community who goes by the brand, JOHO, the slang for Johor.
Brand-conscious fashionistas would have already shopped at Johor Premium Outlets, a shopper’s paradise in Kulaijaya, Johor, currently with a total of 120 brand name outlets, spanning over 100,000 square feet.
Only 17 months old, this resort, a short drive from Renaissance Johor Bahru, is actually an investment property, where some owners lease their units to the hotel for a guaranteed … Read More
This unique boutique hotel sports a Balinese decor, with all fittings imported from Jepara, Central Java, Indonesia.
When touring a city, there’s no escaping the exploration of local food. Seafood is definitely one of the most famous cuisines in Johor.
This night market in the centre of Johor Bahru, along Jalan Tan Hiok Nee, Jalan Sengget and spilled over to adjacent streets, is known locally as ‘pasar karat’ or flea … Read More
Opened just this year in April, Renaissance Johor Bahru, one of the newest hotels in town, is owned by Marriott International, Inc.
After having tried out Wadihana Islamic Kitchen in Bangi last year, we did not pass up the opportunity to visit their new restaurant in Johor Bahru while we were touring … Read More