Johor just like most cities in west Malaysia has hot and humid weather. Generally, temperature ranges from 27 to 30 degrees, and the best time to visit this place is from April to October. Following are some prominent tourist attractions that you must visit when you are in Johor, Malaysia:
Legoland Malaysia is one of the largest and first of its kind theme park of Asia. It is located in Nusajaya, Johor. Spread on 76 acres of land, it is the sixth such park in the world. It incorporates over 40 interactive rides, shows and attractions. Other attractions of this park include Lego city, Land of adventure, Imagination, Lego Kingdom and Lego Technic.
Endau Rompin National Park
Endau Rompin is the second national park after Taman Negara, and covers an area of approximately 80,000 hectares of rich and exotic flora and fauna. The park accommodates a different types of species of birds, mammals, frongs, insects and exotic varieties of orchids, herbs, medicinal plants and trees. It seems that every time a scientific expedition return from Endau Rompin,
Kota Iskandar Johor
Kota Iskandar was opened in April 2009, and has become one of the famous places in Johor. Kota Iskander is Malaysia’s first experiential parliament where visitors through guided tours will be allowed the chance to enter Johor’s beautiful state parliament hall and witness the rich culture and history of Johor.
Pulau Sibu is a beautiful hideaway with lush tropical vegetation, golden beaches and clear blue waters. This island also gas many sea caves carved out of rock. The constant pounding of the sea during the monsoon season has made this island look exquisite and rugged. You will see waters contain fascinating coral reefs teeming with colorful marine life. Plus, you could enjoy scuba diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, sailing and angling.
Pulau Raw is sixteen kilometers off the coast place in Mersing. This island is famous for white coral sand, tall palm trees and coral reefs with neon-colored fish and exotic marine life. This quiet island only has two choices of accommodation on it. The wooden chalets nestled amongst coconut groves, and a perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.
Desaru is situated 100 kilometers from Johor Bahru, and is quite popular for clean beaches, excellent golf courses and unique attractions. It is also named as “the land of Casuarinas” as you can see casuarinas trees alongside the beaches. Other attractions of Desaru includes Desaru beach. Fishin, village musum at Tanjung Balau, Desaru fruit farm and more.