4 BATU CAVES
Johor Bahru, also spelled Johor Baharu, Johor Baru ("Baru" means "new" in Malay) is the capital city of Johor in southern Malaysia. It is within walking distance from Singapore, via its bridges and road links to Singapore. Johor Bahru is the southernmost city of the Eurasian mainland.
LINK BRIDGE SINGAPORE-MALASIYA
CITY SQUARE SHOPPING COMPLEX IN JOHUR
I LIKE THIS VERY MUCH
LONG SHOT SNAP OF JOHUR
CAUSEWAY LINK BUS- MAKES A SMART JOURNEY
DANGA BAY is the largest recreation park in Johor Bahru. It fall in the Iskandar Development Region. It will be pack of peoples during every weekend evening.
I take a change to snap every corner in Danga Bay.
There's a Dining Cruise available at Danga Bay - Danga Cruise 8. Available from Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 7:30pm-12:00am. On the cruise you can enjoy with International Buffet, Live Band Entertainment, Karaoke and shows.
Beside the Restaurants, you can rent bicycle or tricycle.......
You can have a Danga river cruise for MYR10 for adult & MYR5 for children. But the boat only start when it fill of 12 adults.
BATU CAVES MURUGAN TEMPLE
The Batu Caves are situated 13 kilometers (seven miles) north of the capital city Kuala Lumpur. They are the sacred place for the Hindu's in Malaysia. They consist of three main caves and a number of smaller ones. The caves are made of limestone and 400 meters long and 100 meter high. They were discovered in 1892. From your hotel in the Golden Triangle you can reach the Batu Caves easily by taxi or Metro bus (11 and 11d). The public busses can be boarded at the Pudu Raya Bus Terminal in Kuala Lumpur.
At your arrival you will be greeted by lots of monkeys. They are going for your peanuts and banana's, which you can buy in several shop, before you climb up to the caves. You have to climb 272 steps,murugan satue height 140 feet, which will lead you to the religious and magnificent Batu Caves.
The Batu Caves Temple in Malaysia stands out as a monumental focal point of the significant contribution made by the Indian settlers in the development of Malaya and then Malaysia (1963). The 113 year old main temple, dedicated to Lord Subramaniar (Karttikeya), is lodged in a cave about 400 feet above ground level.
It is the main cave, the temple cave, in a hilly massif known as Bukit Batu, Rocky Hill. The name is derived from the name of a nearby river known as Sungai Batu, Rocky River in the Malay Language, the National Language of Malaysia
PETRONAS TWIN TOWER
"Semua pemandu teksi tahu ke KLCC," says a taxi driver in Kuala Lumpur.
Translated in English, it means "all taxi drivers know how to get to KLCC". And to the taxi drivers, KLCC means the PETRONAS Twin Towers. As such, if the taxi is your preferred mode of transportation, you will have no problem going to the PETRONAS Twin Towers from in or around Kuala Lumpur. If you are from Sentral Station, the taxi fare should not be more than 12 Ringgit.
If you are from the KL International Airport (KLIA), you can take the Express Rail Link to the Sentral Station in Kuala Lumpur. The journey will take 28 minutes. From there, you can take the PUTRA Light Rail Transit (LRT) train to KLCC station.
If you prefer to take a taxi the journey from KLIA to the PETRONAS Twin Towers will take 60 minutes.
If you travel on KTM Komuter, the best thing to do is stop at Sentral Station and hop on the Putra LRT to KLCC.
And if you enjoy taking the bus, you can board the RAPIDKL bus at Star Hill on Jalan Bukit Bintang or from Jalan Chow Kit. The drop-off point is Wisma Equity, Jalan Ampang, which is directly opposite the PETRONAS Twin towers.
You can also board the RAPIDKL bus from Jalan Silang, near the Kotaraya Complex and you get off the bus at Wisma Equity.
If your preferred mode of transportation is the KL Monorail, the nearest station is at the Concorde Hotel on Jalan Sultan Ismail which is about 10 minute walk from the PETRONAS Twin Towers. On a hot day, it is a good idea to take a taxi from the monorail station.