Rose Cottage Hotel Taman Johor Jaya

No. 43 & 45, Jalan Dedap 8, Taman Johor Jaya, Johor Bahru, Johor, 81100, Malaysia
Rose Cottage Hotel Taman Johor Jaya
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Nightlife in Johor Bahru? Chilling at night.....

by shyguypg

Any place good for place in JB for chilling at night?

Re: Nightlife in Johor Bahru? Chilling at night.....

by Odinnthor

It has been a while since I partied in Johor Bahru, but there are still severeal places I can recall. Here are some examples:

http://www.world66.com/asia/southeastasia/malaysia/johorbahru/nightlifeandente

http://travel.aol.com/travel-guide/johor+bahru-nightlife--malaysia:509

....and here are some places from our own VT travellers.....:

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Asia/Malaysia/Negeri_Johor/Johor_Bahru-1280844/Nightlife-Johor_Bahru-BR-1.html

Re: Nightlife in Johor Bahru? Chilling at night.....

by zuyao

Most night spots in JB are quite seedy and not really my idea of chilling at night. But there are some better ones like the pubs at DNP Plaza. The Zon Hotel lounge is also quite okay and it's duty-free too. I've also been chilling out by the beach at Danga Bay but not sure if it's still there, looks like lotsa construction going on there.

Re: Nightlife in Johor Bahru? Chilling at night.....

by kentut_besar

Hi, here are a few "safe" pubs for chilling with friends & listening to good piped-in music; there's "After 5", "La Primeur" & "Little White House" & these are all along Jalan Harimau Taarom, just diagonally opposite Pelangi Shopping Centre.

For live music, try this place called "Coffee Trap", in Permas Jaya. They usually have a 2-piece acoustic band playing there most weekdays.

Another good place is "Rhino Bar", just behind Thistle Hotel (formerly Holiday Inn). This one is quite popular with locals, as well.

Hope this helps, cheers.

Re: Nightlife in Johor Bahru? Chilling at night.....

by shyguypg

Any good stuffs to go with the lovely evening? It would be lacking if no good stuffs to enhance the night...

Re: Nightlife in Johor Bahru? Chilling at night.....

by kentut_besar

I only go there for food, drinks & shopping.

Be specific. What are you looking for ?

Re: Nightlife in Johor Bahru? Chilling at night.....

by Odinnthor

I think it is fairly obvious what he is looking for.......d:o/

Nightlife in Johor Bahru? Chilling at night.....

by kentut_besar

Yes, I thought as much. But I'm always willing to be proved wrong :)

This might be the wrong website though.

Merry Christmas to one & all.

Re: Nightlife in Johor Bahru? Chilling at night.....

by Odinnthor

And Merry Christmas to you as well if you celebrate it. If not, well, have a great new year. One love!

Travel Tips for Johor Bahru

For Smokers Only!

by imran8852

Cigarettes price in S'pore are killing the smokers even before the cigarettes does…So most smokers that come to M'sia especially J.B wouldn't want to miss the chance to buy the cigarettes even just for a packet or so. For Smokers... Cheap Cigarettes Of Course!

Dining - Malay and Indian way.

by A2002

Traditionally, Malays and Indians eat with their right hands. No fork and spoon, just use your hand. Remember only the right hand as the left hand is considered dirty. In a Malay restaurant, a kendi (water vessel) may be placed on the table so that guests can wash their hands before tucking in. Otherwise, wash your hands first at the sink.

The way you eat with your right hand:
Keep four fingers together, bend the palm slightly to create a hollow with the thumb. The food and rice will be pressed and squeezed slightly to be able to pick up a mouthful. The food is then picked up with the tips of the fingers, using your thumb to press it. The food is then pushed into the mouth with the thumb.

Usually every person will be given a plate of rice. The meat, vegetables, curries, etc will be shared. Just pick the ingredients with your fingers. For curry or anything with soup, just use a spoon. Alternatively, you can request for fork and spoon.

Horizon Hills Golf & Country Club

by chiabh

This is the latest golf club to open in the Johor Baru area, and located in Nusajaya township which is part of the Iskandar Development Region... The 18-holes par-72 course is designed by Ross Watson... Water plays a major part in this course, with water coming into play in almost all the holes... The course plays to 5,951m from the blue tees... The outgoing UEM Nine plays to 3,020m while the incoming Gamuda Nine to 2,931m... Water hazards aside, the course is well defended by the many bunkers scattered strategically over the layout... The sand is rather fine and soft making it extremely difficult to get out... As the trees are not matured yet, being a new course, the fairways are bare and hot when the sun is up in the sky... The clubhouse is hugh and perched on a small hill looking over the golf course... Its facilities befits a 5* establishment... There is the normal men and ladies changing rooms as well as the golfer's terrace... There is also a small pro-shop... Other facilties are not yet in place when we visited the course in early August 2008 as it was just opened for a few weeks...

Green fee including buggy is RM150 (for weekday mornings), RM170 (for weekday afternoons), RM250 (for Saturday all-day), RM220 (for Sunday & Public Holiday mornings), RM170 (for Sunday & Public Holiday afternoons)... Public Holiday rate is applicable for both Malaysian and Singapore public holidays... All rates are nett... The course is closed on Mondays for maintenance...

Asia Continent Southern Most Tip

by Chai_Eric

Usually when people who travel to Kukup for seafood or durian little to they know that there is a place, Tg Piai, which is the southern most tip of the Asia Continent. The local or tourism board of Malaysia try to promote it but guess not very successful. It is like many mangrove areas in Malaysia coast line if you are a nature lover you might spend half a day for bird watching or enjoy the calmness of the mangrove breeze.

Trip to Desaru.

by A2002

Desaru is developed into a beach resort with white sandy beaches for resting and relaxing. It is dangerous to swim in the sea as it is the South China sea with very strong waves, especially at the end of the year. Dun forget to bring your sunblock too! It can get really hot.
To get to Desaru, it is better to have a car for the convenience. Near Desaru, there's excellent and cheap seafood at Sungei Ringgit which is about 30km from Desaru. It is a small town with numerous seafood restaurant and some with views overlooking to Singapore.

Come to think about it, Desaru might be a place for surfers with the huge and strong waves. I am not a surfer, so I do not really know the dangers and requirements for surfing. I only know surfers want big waves. Desaru is a place popular with the locals only and surfing is not our usual sports. Maybe some surfers can check it out and tell me about it.

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