JOHOR 柔佛

HISTORY OF JOHOR 柔佛
Johor is Peninsular Malaysia’s southernmost state and is linked to Singapore by a causeway. Attractions here include golf courses, seafood villages, plantations and nature parks.

The east coast of Johor provides access to beaches and islands while the west coast fronts the Straits of Malacca. Agro tours to rubber and oil palm plantations and fruit farms are popular.

Johor’s vast landscape is characterized by plantations of pineapple, rubber, coconut and oil palm on the fringes of which also nestle tranquil kampungs and quaint fishing villages. Retaining much of its natural splendors, the state has miles of golden sandy beaches and beautiful offshore islands with clear waters which are excellent for diving. It is also endowed with several forest reserves. Nature lovers will find a visit to the Endau-Rompin National Park an unforgettable experience. Johor also boasts some of the best golf courses in the country.

In the north, Gunung Ledang or Mount Ophir at 1,276m provides a challenging two-day return trek, passing through waterfalls and forests. Explore the vast wilderness rainforest in Endau- Rompin National Park straddled across Pahang and Johor. This 80,000 hectare-park is one of the peninsula’s largest virgin lowland forests. It is a remote destination
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