Johor Bahru Tour
Johor Bahru, the Southern gateway into Peninsular Malaysia, starts off with a visit to one of the finest mosques in Malaysia, named after the father of Modern Johor, Sultan Abu Bakar. Witness the making of Malaysian handicrafts: batik, songket weaving. Stop to visit a Malay "kampong" house and drive past the Royal Mausoleum, Hindu temple, and visit both wet and dry markets. The tour ends with a stroll through the local bazaar and fruit stalls, giving an opportunity to buy local seasonal fruits.
Johor Bahru By Night
Multiracial Malaysia's splendour is at its best in a night market or as we call it "Pasar Malam". From assorted varieties of vegetables to pots and pans. Begin the tour with an unforgettable experience at a pasar malam. Proceed to a Hindu Temple. You might witness one of the many Hindu ceremonies. A sumptuous dinner awaits you at a local restaurant. The night is still young and you could wrap up the evening by asking your guide to drop you off at a popular nightclub or back to the hotel. There will be no night market if it rains.