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Amazing Tourism Malaysia . Tourism Johor

Endau Rompin National Park, JohorJohor is the state featuring a wide range of tourism spots, from agro and eco tourism, heritage tourism to beaches and islands.

Johor Bahru, the capital city of Johor, is the heart of Malaysia in Southern Peninsula. It's strategic location, locating next to Singapore, makes it one of the most important gateway of Malaysia, especially among the Singaporeans.

Muar, a small town locating at the North of Johor, is well known for its delicious food. One of the most popular food in Muar is Otak-Otak, which is made of various flavours, such as fish and prawn.

Due to its richness of history, Johor is also well known for a number of heritage buildings and historical sites.

 

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Tourism Attractions in Johor

  Desaru Beach
  Desaru Beach, Johor Twenty-five kilometres of white, sandy beach and lush tropical greenery makes up Desaru - the most popular beach in Johor. Desaru is a great destination for family vacation as it offers a variety of activities for the whole family including swimming, fishing, snorkelling, canoeing, horse riding, jungle trekking, go-carting, golfing and windsurfing.
     
  Endau Rompin Johor National Park
  Endau Rompin Johor National Park, Johor Endau-Rompin, located north of Johor and south of Pahang, is the second National Park proclaimed by the Government of Malaysia. It covers an area of approximately 50,000 hectares of rich flora and fauna, encompassing the watershed of the rivers Endau and Rompin, from which it derived its name. Endau-Rompin is an unique collection of lowland and montane rain forest which is home to the largest population of endangered animals in the country. The Sumatran rhinoceros, tigers and elephants are among the protected species in Endau-Rompin. This park is well known for its trekking activities.
     
  Kota Tinggi Waterfalls
  Kota Tinggi Waterfalls, Johor One of Johor's noted natural attraction, the Kota Tinggi Waterfall is a great favourite among the locals. Originating from the top of Gunung Panti, the waterfall cascades down the rock face some 34 metres into a small pool below. his waterfall is a popular stopover for locals and foreign tourists on their way to Desaru Beach.
     
  Rengit River
  Rengit River, Johor Sungai Rengit supports several fishing villages south of Desaru. It is not only popular for its great seafood but also is the place to visit if you wish to experience what life is like in a slow-paced fishing community. Don't forget to check out the eateries here that sells fresh seafood including crabs and lobsters.
     
  State Secretariat Building (Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim)
  State Secretariat Building, Johor Located on a hill called Bukit Timbalan, the building was erected way back in 1940. The idea to build the Saracenic character edifice was mooted by Sultan Ibrahim to symbolise Johor's progress during that time. Today, the square tower of the massive building still dominates the Johor Bahru skyline, probably the most interesting looking structure in all of Johor.
     
  Teluk Ramunia
  Teluk Ramunia, Johor Lying at a cape about 90km from Kota Tinggi town, this beach is a popular tourist destination in Johor. A sea sports centre is available here that rents out various water sports equipment. Visitors can look forward to having a fun time trying out various adrenaline-pumping water activities including kayaking, canoeing and jet-skiing.
     
  Kukup
  Kukup, Johor Kukup, is a well-known fishing village with most of its houses built on stilts. Since the middle of the 19th century, Kukup has been populated by farmers and fishermen, particularly of Bugis descent. It is famous for its fish farms and several restaurants which serve the freshest seafood dishes, cooked in various delicious and tantalising styles. You must try the signature chilli crab dish.
     
  Gunung Ledang
  Gunung Ledang, Johor Gunung Ledang is Johor's highest mountain and it can be accessed both from Johor (Sagil) and Melaka (Asahan). The journey to the top will take approximately five hours through the dense jungle. The mountain is a favourite among local mountaineers in search of excitement and adventure. The Sagil waterfall at its base is a favourite spot for picnicking. Crystal clear river water and breathtaking waterfalls in tranquil, unspoiled environment beckon visitors to this area for a cooling bath or simply a quiet rest.
     
  Aur Island
  Aur Island, Johor Aur Island is situated approximately 71Km away from Mersing. It is another beautiful island with secluded lagoons and offshore pools perfect for bathing and adventure activities especially scuba diving. There are about 20 dive sites in Aur. The popular ones are Rayners Rock, Lang Island, Turtle bay, Pinang Island and the Pinnacles. Napolean Wrasse and Barracuda are commonly found in Aur. Aur Island is well known for its diving activities.
     
  Sibu Island
  Sibu Island, Johor Located 12km from mainland Johor, Pulau Sibu is one of the more developed islands off the East Coast of Johor. From an aerial view, the island looks like a bird or a bat resting with its wings outstretched. Its many fine white, sandy beaches lay glittering against the backdrop of its surrounding emerald green waters, refining its coastal shores. The coral reef encircling the island is home to many colourful and exotic fish and other marine life and is a sure heaven for scuba divers and snorkelling enthusiasts