Favorite thing: Segamat is a mid-size town in the middle north of Johor state, expect to see many old architectures, heavy traffics too. I did not ask anybody about the directions but still managed to find it. The famous Nanyang Coffee shop, located opposite the big blue police head quarter next to this small police house, Jalan Awang is the road name, about 150 meters only, easy for first time visitor. Next to Nanyang Coffee is the street market, very lively on Saturday evening, I saw many peoples on street, cars parked at anywhere, as usual, and especially more peoples inside the coffee shop, you will understand why if you ever visited here, the restaurant sell halal foods, no pork, I saw many Malay Muslims drinking coffee and eating the 'roti bakar' toast. The business is too good, expect to stand and wait.
Favorite thing: I came by the PLUS highway with exit at T223 of Pedas. From Rembau to Tampin, Gemencheh, Gemas, bypassed Batu Anam, stopped by Buloh Kasap and last arrived at Segamat. After a coffee, I drove again to Tenang, Labis, Chaah, Yong Peng, Batu Pahat, Semarah, Parit Jawa and back to Kuala Lumpur. I did not take much photos due to bad weather, rainy all the way but luckily not in Segamat. Roads are quite easy and smooth to drive, not much of chaos traffics, beautiful sceneries especially some wooden architectures in Negri Sembilan state. Gemas is a nice little town, Buloh Kasap has got some old traditional houses for photos and if you want to eat some frogs, turtles, snakes, bats, etc, you can stop at Labis or Chaah. For Chinese temples, try Parit Jawa. Picture is a church in Segamat.