There are many small, budget accommodation near the Johor central police station, near Jalan Wong Ah Fook. Majority of them have air condition. They call themselves "hotel".
I have not seen any websites for these small hotels. I think you can just walk in and ask for a room and the price.
To me the snake charmers who set up their medicinal tents and play the lute at night and the crowd eagerly listening is the sight enough for me.
adequate accomodation, just rudimentary, across from the night market and food stalls.
Very central. walking distance of the immigration halls entering Malaysian soil.
wouldnt recommend it for more than one night though. somewhat shady with women and men looking somewhat seedy.. ill repute
It is near the customs and beside a shopping mall called Kotaraya. It is very near to many government offices and buildings. The famous old Chinese temple believed to be very sacred is around there too.
At 1999 the place was a real rat-hole. Beds were full of fleas and something crawling creatures. Carpets were torn-out and in the bathtube was one extra hole in the bottom...
It might be better nowadays, but check the room before signing in.
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