Johor Sights and Landmarks Guide, Malaysia
The state of Johor is a huge collection of natural hot spots that have gained recognition worldwide in last few decades. The state of Johor has huge collection of waterfalls, beaches, different professional golf course, complex jungles, beautiful river side towns, and of course, the south most tip of Asian Continent. All this makes the state of Johor a must visit if you actually want to feel the presence of nature on this planet. Remember that nature is living for us so better not disturb its life. Enjoy various natural hot spots and go on eco - tours but never disrupt its growth.
Desaru happens to be one of the most famous resort areas in the state of Johor. This awesome town is situated around 90 kilometers from the capital city of Johor namely Johor Bahru and in the proximity of the South China Sea. This town is famous for the beaches that are around 25 kilometers in length and different professional golf courses that are the part of this beautiful town. One of the most famous is Desaru Golf and County Resort which seems to attract the most number of foreign tourists.
Next comes Muar that happens to be one of the most beautiful towns in the state of Johor. This town is full of green plants in almost every corner of this town, which provides the ultimate beauty no other town might be possessing. The local cuisine is also very famous amongst different foreign tourists. This town also has a National Park which actually adds to its beauty.
Kota Tinggi happens to a beautiful 34 meter high waterfall which has become one of the best tourist hot spots in the city of Johor. Kota Tinggi is actually a tiny fishing town which possesses this waterfall surrounded by lush green environment thus making it the perfect picnic spot for any tourist. Therefore, while you are in this town you can enjoy the scenic beauty of the huge waterfall and also do some fishing if you feel like doing so.
Some more tourist hot spots in the state of Johor are Bandar Nusajaya, Danga Bay, Pekar Air Panas, Pulau Dayang, Kukup, and Endau Rompin National Park.
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