Merlin Hotel

11-A Jalan Sultanah, Batu Pahat, Johor, 83000, Malaysia
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My first house in what used to be Pasir TinggiMy first house in what used to be Pasir Tinggi

part of our meal at hai kee...part of our meal at hai kee...

the trimmed tree at the roundabout...the trimmed tree at the roundabout...

the cash counter...the cash counter...

Forum Posts

How to drive to The Summit

by jessielu2

Planning to drive in with family on the upcoming New Year and heard The Summit is worth visiting in BP. Can kind souls direct the driving direction?

Re: How to drive to The Summit

by din2x

From North-South Highway (PLUS Highway):
http://maps.google.com.my/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=Lebuhraya+Utara+-+Selatan&daddr=The+Summit+Batu+Pahat,+88+Jalan+Bakau+Condong,+Batu+Pahat,+83000+(Mcdonald's)&geocode=FTGUHQAdFSUmBg%3BFYxWHAAdsasiBiH5PoGtS6quuA&hl=en&mra=dme&mrcr=0&mrsp=0&sz=12&sll=1.886904,103.057594&sspn=0.190784,0.308647&ie=UTF8&ll=1.922247,103.049698&spn=0.19078,0.308647&z=12

Travel Tips for Batu Pahat

Tip 3

by l_joo

Most of the shops are in new paint to refresh the outlook. The construction remain original in its structure of those days except the paint new, it looks clean and neat. The town is quite well control overall nothing much messy in traffic.

Batu Pahat Golf Club

by chiabh

The Batu Pahat Golf Club is a 9-holes par-36 course of cow grass fairways and greens... It is a fairly flat course measuring 2,874m from the blue tees (First Nine) and 2,896m from the white tees (Second Nine)... The highlight is the par-4 5th playing towards the clubhouse on the left and you usually gets a gallery watching your approach and your performance on the green – adding to the drama on this hole... It is one of the friendliest club that I have played and members go out of the way to assist you and make you welcomed...

Batu Pahat is a walking course - there are no buggies or turfmates. The caddies are a knowledgeable bunch and most of them have been with the club for more than 10 years. The club has only men changing room... It has a small driving range... For food, there is the golfer's terrace where drinks and a simple meal is available...

Weekdays green fees is RM42 for 9 or 18 holes... Weekend rate is RM63... Caddies for 9 holes is RM15 and RM30 for 18 holes (excluding tips)...

Menu

by l_joo about Menu

Batu Pahat has so many Malay roadside restaurants, these restaurants are very basic, they are not in a big modern shopping mall, they don't have air-conditioning system, they are very local, and this is a menu of the restaurant, a tip for you, just take a look.

Batu Pahat - Bandar Penggaram (Salt City)

by l_joo

Parameswara, while fleeing, arrived at the river mouth of BP (Bandar Penggaram), but shiit, history did not record the fact that he actually rested 2 days here before moving on to Muar. You know lah, those days, the mainstream media censored anything.

Bandar Penggaram means Salt Town/City. Parameswara saw hundreds of salt traders at BP, he decided to look for a better place to start anew, he went to Malacca. BP is old enough. The old market is historical. BP is a real hisorical town without much retouch. Ask the old Indian muslim traders in the market, if you want proof. Or ask the 'penghulu' in Minyak Beku.

My old BP page
Batu Pahat means to carve rock. The name was probably derived from the early days when peoples carving rocks to make a living. That was the explanation given to me by a local Batu Pahatian friend. BP is a mid-sized town of Johor state. Batu Pahat is pronounced as Baa-too Paa-hart. The town has 2 prominent larger size shopping malls where most BPs hanging around including myself. As usual McDonald's and Kentucky Fried Chickens and many other chain stores plus shops and banks and offices. I have been to BP many times since early 90's and what I saw was very Chinese especialy the town centre. Shopping malls mostly selling women's products and eating. A friend in BP always bring me to cheap eating places to taste the best BP foods and they were definitely delicious yet cheap if compare to Kuala Lumpur. I particularly love the roast-pork but couldn't recall the restaurant name, it was a small restaurant very old looking where if you go late, you eat nothing. The food is definitely non-halal but the taste is beyond words. BP is also famous for its garment and knitting works.

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