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Arulmigu Raja Mariamman Indian Temple

Arulmigu Raja Mariamman Indian Temple

Jalan Ungku Puan

One of the oldest Hindu temples in Johor is the Arulmigu Raja Mariamman Temple in the heart of the city, which is over a hundred years old. Originally built in December 1911, the temple was first known as the Mariamman Temple but the word ‘Raja’, which means King, was added in appreciation to the then Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim who donated an acre of land and RM500 to the founder, Mr. Kootha Perumal Vandayar...

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Hiap Joo Bakery

Hiap Joo Bakery

Jalan Tan Hiok Nee

Probably the oldest bakery in Johor, Hiap Joo Bakery has been around since 1919 and is running in the third generation now. History states that this bakery was originally started by an Englishman who later passed it on to the Lim family in the 1930’s where it is still being operated by the grandson. The bakery was closed for three years during the Second World War and resumed business again in the late forties, where they supplied French bread to local coffee shops as well as prisoners in jails.

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Johor Bahru Heritage Trail

Johor Bahru Heritage Trail

Johor Bahru City Center

Originally compiled by Tan Hiok Nee Heritage Walk Committee in 2012, the JB Heritage Trail is easily accessible by foot and you can explore Johor Bahru city to see some of its rich heritage spots. The whole idea of this trail, is to get visitors to explore and learn about the old town of Johor Bahru, which was originally known as Tanjung Puteri and renamed in 1866 to Johor Baharu. For added information, the word Johor, originates from the Arabic word of ‘Jauhar’ which means gemstone.

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Johor Chinese Heritage Museum

Johor Chinese Heritage Museum

Jalan Ibrahim

One of the interesting museums to visit in Johor Bahru is the Johor Chinese Heritage Museum where you can learn about how the Chinese migrants came to Johor which dates back to the Ming and Qing Dynasties as early as the 14th century.

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Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque

Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque

Jalan Ibrahim

The Johor State Mosque is probably one of the most beautiful mosques in Malaysia due to the stunning 19th century English Victorian architecture that is infused with Moorish and Malay influence. Completed at the turn of the century in 1900 after eight years of construction, the beautiful mosque sits on top of a hill overlooking the Tebrau Straits and Singapore.

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