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Street Art Kluang
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Tan Hiok Nee heritage Street
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Puteri Harbour
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Pantai Minyak Beku (Frozen Oil village)
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Sultan Abu Bakar State Mosque
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites
Johor Old Chinese Temple
Sacred & Religious Sites
Arulmigu Rajamariamman Devasthanam
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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a very historical mosque... nice view from the hill.. facing the sea and Singapore.. a beautiful garden just next to it
It was very pleasant and with lovely views.
1 Way to experience it
What a pity - the Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple is one of the most impressive sights all over Malaysia (and there are many!!).
This is one of the landmark at Johor Bahru.
Foreigners can also come in to view the temple and its artifacts.
And if you are adventurous enough to try the meat (halal, by the way), you can have burgers and steaks prepared fresh on site.
Other than ostriches, you can also see Polish Chickens on site.
Puteri Harbour Johor Bahru
Go in the evening to enjoy the harbour view especially during sunset.
Nice View and Enjoy
If you're lucky on a clear day, you can view a breathtaking sunset.
Great view of the sea though once you arrive there.
Walk the 15 minutes to this hilltop mosque with stunning blue and white architecture, and take in views of the South China Sea, river and village.
Beautiful mosque on top of a hill with a view of South China Sea and aerial view of Mersing Town.
Danga Bay Johor Bahru
Loved the view from here, especially at night it has amazing views for those loving night landscape photography.
I'm writing a review of the Grand View restaurant as I can't find one for it.
Recommended to spend one or two hours there to tour the site!