There are very many activities and you don’t have to wonder on Johor Bahru what to do. These include:
Walking along Jalan Tan Hiok Nee
Jalan Tan Hiok Nee is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the Malaysian town. Here, you will find many restaurants and antique shops. The architecture of the community is spectacular and you can expect to see some colonial buildings and other old-fashioned Chinese style shops.
Visit the Zoo
The Johor Zoo dates back in 1928 and is recorded among the first zoos to be built in the South Eastern parts of Asia. The zoo has hundreds of different animal species, including elephants, gorillas, flamingoes, lions, just but to mention a few of them. Fauna also includes birds of different species. There are lovely reptile houses in Johor zoo and many eateries where you can catch a delicacy.
Visit the Old Chinese Temple
The Johor Bahru Chinese Temple is an old traditional temple in this Malaysian town. The temple is dated back to the 19th century when it was built. The temple is well-known because of its white and bright red color scheme. It also has some exhibits that explain how the Chinese community reached Johor Bahru. No trip is complete in the city without visiting this legendary site.
Visit Legoland Malaysia
If you are visiting Johor Bahru with your kids, do not miss to visit Legoland Malaysia. It has forty rides that will excite your youngsters. The park has an adjacent water park that offers various water-related pools and rides.
You can hire a private car from Singapore to Johor Bahru to ease your travel needs across the borders.