Johor Bahru City in Malaysia

Johor Bahru, the capital of the state of Johor in Malaysia, at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. With a dam across the Straits of Johor, it connects to Singapore, it is a gateway to explore this island nation. On Johor Bahru's seafront Istana Besar, a royal palace was built by Sultan Abu Bakar in 1866, which now houses the Royal Abu Bakar Museum.






Explains only a city in 1994, Johor Bahru is a rapidly growing city. Latest census figures indicate that it is the second largest city of Malaysia and even the third largest metropolitan area, or with a population of 1.4 million and 1.8 million. Because of its relatively large land area, the city is not as dense as other cities around Malaysia.

Due to its proximity to Singapore, it inevitably suffers in comparison with its neighbor. Recent clean-up initiatives, such as the greening of the city and covering the open sewers that ran through the center of the city a few years ago did a nice place to live. But so far it has in the maintenance of buildings and public facilities little effort has been made, and also the city center is dilapidated seems certain. Well, can significantly less organized and more chaotic compared to the splendor of Singapore, shopping and dining in the city to be a real adventure, offering a multitude of shopping malls and a variety of food budget institutions to gastronomy.

Johor Bahru is probably also known as an industrial city and not as a tourist-friendly city. Most manufacturers of high electronic products in the world have at least one plant in Johor Bahru, and after difficult times after the economic crisis of 1997, the town is stirring to life.

A new Immigration and Customs Station - Sultan Iskandar Customs, Immigration, and Quarantine complex - opened in December 2008, almost straight, 600 meters long viaduct now connects this gigantic complex with the dam.

North, South, East, and West - Johor Bahru metropolitan area can be easily divided into four parts.

South - The center is located in the southern part of the city that has a connection to Singapore via the causeway. It is an area with subdivisions that have more than three decades. Important areas are Taman Pelangi, Taman Century and Taman Sentosa.

North - The center is Taman Johor Jaya, and is accessible by road, Jalan Tebrau. It may be a relatively common during rush hour jam along this path. Recently, the Austin a hive for construction activities with the latest developments Jusco Tebrau City locating in its vicinity.

West - Probably one of the largest regions of the four, its platform is Skudai and large subdivisions Taman Ungku Tun Aminah as, Skudai Taman Baru, Taman Bukit Indah, Taman Perling and Taman Nusa Bestari are here.

East - The main hubs are here Pasir Gudang which is both a port city and a production center, and Masai.
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