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Jalan Dato Abdullah Tahir, Johor Bahru, Malaysia,
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Costs 47% less but rated 11% lower than other 3 star hotels

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day trip to jb

by zputriz


i haven been to jb for a while, n im looking for members from jb to help gimme some suggestions :)

1.if i have let say a 2 day 1 night trip to jb, what do you all suggest for me n my family (consisting of hubby n 2 small kids) to do if i want to spend time in jb, just across the border from singapore? ie. whr is the comfortable accomadation, food,shopping n fun places for kids to go if i do not wnat to spend alot drg this type of trip?

2. if i have just say, half a day to spend in jb, again, whr shd i go for a window shopping/makan place tht's not too crowded/expensive?


Re: day trip to jb

by ronniepj

more info will help...
- what type of activities ur family enjoys (nature/city/historic/etc)?
- food halal or non-halal?
- price range for accommodation?
- type of shopping (handicraft/ornaments/clothes/etc) ?

Re: day trip to jb

by zputriz

thks for e reply:)
3.accomadation-bet rm 100-200 per day

what do u suggest?

Re: day trip to jb

by zputriz

sorry forgot this:

shopping - clothes/bags/shoes etc/souvenirs

Re: day trip to jb

by ronniepj



food (not all halal but this thread is 189 pages long!!)

nature (outside jb)

interesting to see

lots of info on jb

Travel Tips for Johor Bahru

Taking Advantage of the Currency Conversion

by samitbabu

Singaporians take advantage of the Sing Dollar, and move into this weekend getaway into Malaysia for shopping, dining, relaxation.

l Have the best of Malaysian Food, Shop in the semi swanky Malls (compared to Singapore) and Have aperfect getaway from the cosmopoliton rush of Singapore.

Bus Stop

by imran8852

Look at the bus stop...It has no sign, so you better make sure where you want to go or which bus you want to take! The good thing is that the bus driver will always let you alight somewhere to take another bus if you make the wrong choice...A sincere appologies and a thank's from the heart will always go a loooong way! Friends And Family


by A2002

The Malays, Chinese and Indians consider the head to be a sacred part of the body. Do not pat a child on the head. Sometimes the parents are more relax about that.

When signalling someone to "come here", do not use the second crooked finger as it is a rude gesture or telling the person you are angry or worse wanting an argument or fight. Instead wave the four fingers of the right hand with the palm facing down. In Europe, I think this gesture is to ask someone to go away.

Pointing with the second finger is considered rude. To point , do it with the palm closed with the thumb resting on a fisted hand. Point with the thumb.

Mount Ophir / Gunung Ledang.

by A2002

Mount Ophir is 1,276m above sea level. It is the highest mountain in Johor. On a clear day, the outline of Sumatra can be seen from the summit. Gunung Ledang is part of an ecological rainforest considered to have one of the richest flora species in the world.

Pasar Borong Pandan

by imran8852

If you want to know more about the locals and their lifestyle... Visit Pasar Borong Pandan.
Here the locals get their groceries and some daily necessities.
Prices of fish and poultry are relatively much more cheaper here compared to the supermarket. Some S’porean also shops here.
Pasar Borong Pandan is a wholesale market that opens in the evening till around 2.00a.m.
If you want to go to Pasar Borong Pandan you will have to take the road to Kota Tinggi if you are coming from J.B Town via Woodlands Checkpoint.
You will reach Pasar Borong Pandan before you reach Carrefour.


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