Prime Destinations :
Choice Locations :
Perfect Getaways :
Hotels In London :
Hotels In Manila :
Hotels In Jakarta :
Hotels In Ho Chi Minh City :
Sen Viet Hotel Vietnam
Hotels In Phnom Penh :
Sunway Hotel Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Hotel Listing :
What You Need :
Food of Malaysia :
Other Services :
Information :
Administration :


Johor covers an area of 19,984 square kilometer, is the third largest state in Malaysia with the population of two million people constitute a representative mix of Malaysia's three main ethnic communities, the Malays, Chinese, Indian and others. The state consisted of 8 districts namely, Johor Bahru, Batu Pahat, Kluang, Kota Tinggi, Mersing, Muar, Pontian and Segamat. Johor is situated at the southern tip of the peninsula, just across the Straits of Johor from Singapore. Its capital is Johor Bahru. Johor possesses a wide range of attractions, from the exciting metropolitan atmosphere of Johor Bahru to the forests of Endau-Rompin Park.The village of Desaru and the remote and beautiful tropical islands in the South China Sea are favored by vacationers seeking a relaxed and natural holiday environment, while the state's commercial centres attract businessmen from all over the world. This southern gateway to Malaysia, has a number of prominent historical buildings too. The capital Johor Baru is linked to Singapore by road and railway and the newly completed tolled Second Link. The state offers picturesque scenes of rural kampongs, wildlife sanctuaries, and beautiful islands off the east coast. Johor’s ceramics and handicrafts are some of the most artistic and creative. Over the years, millions of visitors from all over the globe have visited Johor.

History of Johor

With the Portuguese capture of Malacca in 1511, the Malay kingdom re-established itself in Johor. For the next several centuries Johor played an important role in the regional power struggles, eventually allying itself with the Dutch in their successful capture of Malacca in 1641. Johor's modern history began with Dato' Temenggong Daing Ibrahim, the son of Temenggong Abdul Rahman, who was a descendant of Sultan Abdul Jalil IV of Johor. In 1855, under the terms of a treaty between the British in Singapore and Sultan Ali of Johor, control of the state was formally ceded to Dato` Temenggong Daing Ibrahim, who began to develop Johor. Land was opened to Chinese settlers, and the cultivation of pepper was initiated, bringing Johor its initial economic base. The Temenggong was succeeded by his son, Dato' Temenggong Abu Bakar, who was formally crowned Sultan of Johor in 1866. Sultan Abu Bakar gave Johor its constitution, developed its modern administrative system, and constructed the Istana Besar, the official residence of the Sultan. He is known today as the Father of Modern Johor.
The state continued to flourish throughout the 19th and 20th century. Today its economy continues to exhibit strong growth, with healthy industrial development and outstanding trade and business facilities.

Town & Cities in Johor

Johor Bahru

Johor Bahru is a vibrant and exciting commercial city, offering a host of sporting events, a pulsing nightlife, outstanding shopping and accommodations, and a wide array of fine restaurants. Johor Bahru is linked to Singapore via its 1,056-meter causeway, a dramatic road, rail, and pedestrian link across the Straits of Johor.


Mersing is a pleasant fishing town, known primarily as the departure point for some of the most beautiful tropical islands in the South China Sea, including the legendary Pulau Tioman.

Pontian and Kukup

These two tiny fishing villages along Johor's southwestern coast offer some of the best fresh seafood in the region. The houses, as well as the restaurants, are built in traditional style on stilts at the water's edge.


Muar is a picturesque town along the western peninsular coast. Also known as Bandar Maharani, Muar is in many ways a smaller version of Malacca, its more famous neighbor.

Tanjung Piai

Tanjung Piai, situated in the midst of an extensive area of mangrove forest, provides visitors with an glimpse of the richness of Malaysia's coastal fauna as well as an experience of traditional kampung life. Multi-coloured mangrove crabs, beady-eyed mudskippers, and crab-eating macaques abound here.


Accommodation facilities available for the state of Johor are Mutiara Johor Bahru and Grand Continental Johor Bahru for Johor Bahru and Rimba Resort on Sibu Island.

Places of Interest in Johor

Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque

A famed landmark, this century-old mosque is said to be one of the most beautiful in Malaysia. It was completed in 1900, a few years after the death of the Sultan it is named after. It look eight years to build and can accommodate 2,000 worshippers.

The Grand Palace and Royal Abu Bakar Museum

The beautiful palace was commissioned by Sultan Abu Bakar, who laid the foundation stone in 1864. One of the oldest buildings in Johor, it has a cosmopolitan architecture with clear Anglo-Malay influence. Today the palace assumes an additional role as the Royal Abu Bakar Museum, displaying treasures of the royal collection.

Dataran Bandaraya

Dataran Bandaraya or City Square, was officially opened on 31 December 1993 by the Sultan of Johor. A much sought after venue for public events like parades and stage shows, this popular tourist attraction comprises a large stage, a minaret, a fountain and a clock tower reputed to be the biggest in the region. It also boasts of the tallest flag staff in the state. A mega video screen has been installed for visitors to view live transmissions

The Causeway

Entering Johor Bahru from Singapore involves travelling across the Causeway which links the two cities. Completed in 1924 after four years work, the Causeway is 1,056 metres long and extends to a depth of 23 metres below the water level.

Johor Art Gallery
Founded in 1910, the Johor Art Gallery houses all the discovered and historical items such as documents and cultural artifacts traditionally used by Malays, particularly from the State of Johor. Among the exhibits are clothings, weapons, currency, manuscripts and examples of calligraphy, ceramic objects and fine art.

The Royal Mausoleum

The Royal Mausoleum has been the final place for Royalty of Johor. The mausoleum is situated along Jalan Mahmoodiah.

Lido Beach

This sundrenched beach of Johor Bahru, stretching over 7 km provides city tourists a variety of water adventures from canoeing, sailing to cruising.

Mount Ophir

The legendary beauty of Mount Ophir has made it one of Johor's most popular attractions for hikers and birdwatchers. The mountain offers several nature trails to its summit, some lovely waterfalls, and modern facilities for camping and picnicking.

Other Places of Interest in Johor are Endau Rompin National Park, Gunung Pulai Recreational Forest, Gunung Ledang Recreational Forest, Gunung Arong Recreational Forest, Gunung Lambak Recreational Forests, Gunung Belumut Recreational Forest, Gunung Panti Recreational Forests, Johor Lama, Ayer Hitam, The Tropical Village Mini-World Theme Park, Kota Tinggi Waterfall, Ayer Papan, Desaru, Pasir Gudang Racing Circuit, Tanjung Piai,
Tropical Islands of Pulau Tinggi, Pulau Rawa, Pulau Sibu, Pulau Lima, Pulau Tengah, Pulau Pemanggil, Pulau Aur, Pulau Besar and the renown Pulau Tioman.

Malaysia Hotels Dot CC, brings you some of the best hotels in the state of Johor. We have Mutiara Johor Bahru and Grand Continental Johor Bahru for Johor Bahru and Rimba Resort on Sibu Island. We present them here comprehensively with factual information on all our participating hotels and resorts in the state of Johor.

Welcome Malaysia Hotels Dot CC

PAGE 1 | PAGE 2  


The Puteri Pacific Johor Bahru is an international standards blend with the quiet charm of traditional Malaysian hospitality in a rich tapestry of comfort and luxury. The Puteri Pacific Johor Bahru, strategically located in the heart of Johor Bahru with 500 city or straits-view guestrooms. CLICK HERE

The Suria City Hotel in Johor Bahru in the southern tip of Peninsular Malaysia is easy to get to, as it is located only minutes away from numerous attractions in Johor Bahru city. Being the gateway for the rest of Malaysia to the Singaporeans, the City Hotel in Johor Bahru in the southern tip of Peninsular Malaysia is only 2km from the causeway and only an hour’s drive from Singapore Changi Airport. From Kuala Lumpur International Airport, the journey is about 30 to 45 minutes by flight and 4 hours drive by car. CLICK HERE


Sibu Island Resort Johor is one of the best places if you intend to seek for a temporary peace of mind over the holidays. In fact, the holiday is an ideal time for individuals to take a break off work in which they can take this opportunity to refresh their minds so as to better focus in their future workloads. CLICK HERE


Evolving with today’s demands for lifestyle-incorporated vacations, Le Grandeur Palm Resort Johor is re-positioned to provide an integrated experience of comfort, luxury, business, recreation, spa, golf, adventure and so much more – promising a concept of leisure, re-defined. CLICK HERE


Pulai Springs Resort, A world-class golf and recreation resort designed as an ancient royal Malay palace. Vaulting roofs, exposed timber structures, ingenious use of traditional motif in the interior design echo traditional graciousness. Intricately carved wooden and parastone murals with exquisite Qing antiques blend with rich themes of the Orient. Truly country club charm with a touch of elegance. CLICK HERE


The Pulai Desaru Beach lies in the heart of Desaru, Johor, one of the most beautiful unspoiled beaches in the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. With a 22km stretch of uninterrupted beach, Desaru combines the captivating panoramic views of the South China Sea with the lush tropical rainforests, where visitors can have their choice of fun and adventure or simple rest and relaxation. CLICK HERE

Copyright © 2013 CC Booking System Sdn. Bhd. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions
Designed and maintained by Malaysia Hotels DotCC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia