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Planning for a beach getaway but not sure of where to stay? We’ve got you covered! Read on to find out some Port Dickson Resorts that we highly recommend you stay when you are there!
Port Dickson, a whimsical bantam town with sandy beaches, cool sea breeze and peaceful atmosphere, is the epitome of relaxation. No surprise this place is the ultimate destination to unwind and recharge for locals and tourist alike! At Port Dickson, either for business or pleasure, there’s forever something for everybody.
We’ve come upon seven accommodation options that provides spacious rooms with elegant style, and some even come along with the own private pools!
Choose your holiday experiences now and get ready to enjoy!
The entry gate to the beach is closed after 12:00am
Visit observatory centre at 3:00 to 5:00pm and 10:00 to 12:00am, free for guests
Pool is separated to female and male
No alcohol consumption in the room
Have to dress in long-sleeve shirts to enter the observatory tower
Klana Beach Resort Port Dickson Address: Kompleks Baitulhilal, Lot 4506, Batu 8, Jalan Pantai, Si Rusa, 71050 Port Dickson, Malaysia. Contact: +606-648 7888 Email: email@example.com
7. Lexis Port Dickson
Price Starting From: RM732 @ SGD$243 (includes hotel tax & service fee)
Open concept bathroom
Every room comes with balcony and bathtub
Casual all-day coffee house
Family movie room and rental package
BBQ meal every Saturday
Hard Hat Challenge in “Lanun Bar”
You will want to know:
Provide buggy service
The balcony is a great place to see the sunset or sunrise
Premium water chalet is complete with a Jacuzzi
24-hours security that keeps the area safe
Swimming pool has strict swimwear policy
Lexis Port Dickson Address: Batu 2, Jalan Seremban, 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. Contact: +606-653 2000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Annyeonghaseyo! (Hello!) Waiting to get your fix of K-Drama or Korean Cuisine but unable to travel to the land of kimchi for it? Fear not as we bring you the Top 10 Best Korean Restaurants in Johor Bahru (JB) appease the Korean in you, leaving you neomu neomu haengboghan! (Very very happy!)
Korean food is exceptional. It’s well-known for its spicy flavor and also the use of different seasonings to augment the taste. Their dishes are typically seasoned with a mixture of soy sauce, red pepper, scallion, bean paste, garlic, ginger, sesame, mustard, vinegar, and wine.
The Korean Peninsula is encircled by water on 3 sides, but connected to the Asian mainland. This atmosphere contributes to the distinctiveness of Korean cuisine. Seafood plays a really vital role as do vegetables and livestock.
Korean food is evolving into and gaining traction by being widespread among many other countries (With a lot of help from all the Oppa and Unni from K-Pop no less). There are already several Korean restaurants in America, Japan, China, and the rest of the globe.
Here, SGMYTravel has a list of 10 Korean Restaurants in Johor Bahru to help point you to the right Korean Restaurant in Johor Bahru to savor capricious Korean BBQ and cuisine that must not be missed!
Nam Moon is a little restaurant that serves up some pretty superb Korean favorite menu – from Barbecue meat to Korean Pancakes and Kimbap (Korean Rice Rolls). Whenever you pay a visit to Nam Moon, you need to give their 2 most well liked dishes, the Korean seafood pancakes and hot Kim Chi Soup a try.
One of the best thing about dining here is their extraordinarily generous quantity of side dishes served, though that will depend upon the amount of diners by the table. It is an excellent place for big groups for gathering as everybody will get a bit of those side dishes served.
However, please be reminded that this restaurant would be quite packed, particularly on the weekends. Always plan ahead if you intend to dine at Nam Moon Korean BBQ!
Nam Moon Korean BBQ Location: 31, Jalan Perang, Taman Pelangi, 80400 Johor Bahru, Malaysia Contact Number: +6012 – 715 8972 Opening Hours: 11:00am – 10:00pm (Daily)
The smell of their Korean cuisines would undoubtedly lure you in. Their highlights includes on-the-spot cooking, where you’ll see how your favorite order been prepared. Their signature dish is Woo Samgyup, which is created with beef brisket and their secret special sauce. Besides, their Pajeon is also exceptionally delicious.
Here, the staff would bring a charcoal stove to your table and cook the food right before of you. It’s entertaining to look at and the aromatic smells of the meats and vegetables fill your nose as the delicious food are getting prepared to perfection, waiting to be savored by you.
Bornga Location: Unit MF-23, Level 3, City Square Shopping Mall, 80000 Johor Bahru, Malaysia Contact Number: +607 – 207 2334 Opening Hours: 10:00am – 10:00pm (Daily)
Need not to mention that Kim Chi and Barbecue would came upon everyone’s mind when it comes to Korean topics, since they’re the most illustrious Korean dishes in the world. Well, Kim Chi & BBQ Korean restaurant is a master in these dishes.
Here, you’ll get a chance to savor the best homemade Kim Chi and extremely well marinated Korean style barbecue meat. Besides, the restaurant is multi-leveled and has extremely friendly staff.
Kim Chi & BBQ Korean Restaurant Location: 37, Jalan Perang, Taman Pelangi, 80400 Johor Bahru, Malaysia Contact Number: +607 – 333 1700 Opening Hours: 11:00am – 11:00pm (Daily)
The widely-known Uncle Jang had expanded their chain of business in many places throughout almost Malaysia’s all major cities. Definitely, Johor Bahru is not any exception.
We highly suggested their renowned Korean dish, the Dakgalbi. It contains a mixture of ramen noodles, rice, cabbages, chicken meat or pork, and secret hot sauces. These ingredients are sautéed on a hot pan in front of you while the savory aroma would persistently infiltrates your nose. Not forgot to mention that the best version of this dish would be an addition of additional Ramen and Spicy Sauce. it’s both spicy and satisfying.
At the end of the day, if you’re up for some simple, hot, and contemporary Korean food, Uncle Jang is definitely the place to be.
Uncle Jang Location: 36-01 & 38-01, Jalan Austin Heights 8/7, Taman Mount Austin , 81100, Johor Bahru, Malaysia Opening Hours: 12:00pm – 3:00pm & 6:00pm – 10:00pm (Daily)
What’s better than having Korean style dinner or steamboat? yes, a Korean style Barbecue and steamboat buffet at just RM29.00 per person. Gogigo Korean BBQ&Steamboat Buffet serves a limitless offer of home-style Korean foods that are extremely fresh and irresistible. However, first you should register yourself at the counter before having the buffet.
After getting into the restaurant, you will see an attention-grabbing yellow banners stick on every staircases. Besides, there’s an enormous yellow pig introducing you the food price after you reach the upstairs. With a wide assortment of barbecue ingredients and Korean food. The meat is packed and labelled before putting them into the refrigerator, allowing dinners to examine easily and take the preferred selection of meat. The best part of Gogigo Korean BBQ & Steamboat Buffet is that they’ll still serve various types of side dishes throughout the operating hours thus you’ll enjoy all the hot and freshly-made side dishes there.
Gogigo Korean BBQ & Steamboat Buffet Address: No 29-01 & No 31-01, Jalan Austin Heights 8/1 Taman Mount Austin Operating Hours: 5:30pm – 11:30pm (Mondays to Fridays) / 4:30pm – 10:30pm (Saturdays and Sundays)
On a tight budget but still would really like to enjoy a Korean feast? No worries, Myung-Ga Korean restaurant is pleased to offer you an authentic and mouth-watering Korean food at reasonable price.
Their Korean Barbecue is amazingly good with fresh Korean seasonings marinated savory meats like boneless pork ribs, pork loin and beef sirloin. Besides that, their attention-getting colorful side dishes and sauces clamor your taste buds’ attention. But most of the time, they bring the pleasantly charred meats to a whole new level with extra flavors.
Myung-Ga Korean BBQ Restaurant Address: 1, Jalan Bestari 5/2, Taman Nusa Bestari, Johor Bahru Operating Hours: 11:30am – 3:30pm and 5:30pm – 10:00pm (Daily)
Golden Old Street Korean restaurant always brings the best in the appearance and taste of their food and overall culinary experience to their customers. With the majority types of traditional Korean cuisines, this restaurant serves only homemade Korean food with real Korean spices and ingredients.
The restaurant’s dark gray theme used in interior design with industrial influenced decor creates a soothing atmosphere to all diners. Golden old Street is an excellent spot to have gatherings with friends and family, while sharing the goodness of real Korean food and chug Korean Soju or Korean Beer with friends and family, screaming at the top of your lungs, “Geonbae!” (Cheers!)
Golden Old Street Korean Restaurant Location: Impian Emas Skudai, Johor, Malaysia Contact Number: +6014-926 6139 Opening Hours: 12:00pm – 3:00pm and 5:00pm – 11:00pm (Daily)
8.Palsaik Korean BBQ Sutera
This Malaysia Korean Barbeque serves each Korean food lover with delicious spicy entrees of meat, chicken and seafood. Besides, their side dishes are all distinctive and filling as well. With a large assortment of side menu like soft tofu, braised egg, fish cakes, soy bean sprouts, pickled radish, kimchi and potato salad, these may keep a gastronome full all the time. These side menus are refilled upon request too.
Their traditional Korean barbecue served is called Ssam style. This is often where one mixes favorite meal choices consisting of kimchi, grilled marinated meat and sauce, wrapping all of them together in lettuce or kale leaves. This dish is to be consumed all in one bite. The high ceiling and warm lighting offers the restaurant an ethereal atmosphere to the diners. Their large sliding glass windows also bring abundant sunshine into the dining area, resulting in a natural lighted area that is amazing for food photography.
Very casual stylish, they serve both lunch and dinner. Their trained staffs are hospitable, efficient and skilled at delivering you your meal and beverages, including some exotic cocktails! whether it’s beef, pork, chicken, seafood, or vegetarian fare, we are positive that you simply will always remember the standard and amount of any selection on their menu available.
Palsaik Korean BBQ Sutera Location: 51, Jalan Sutera Tanjung 8/2, Taman Sutera Utama, 81300 Skudai, Johor, Malaysia. Contact Number: +607 – 556 3833 Opening Hours: Monday – Friday: 11:30am – 10:30pm (Mondays – Fridays) & 11:30am – 11:30pm (Saturdays & Sundays)
Located in Sutera Mall, Johor Bahru, Running Man Korean restaurant is a famed Korean restaurant that prepares and serves traditional Korean in the most traditional method. Each meal is prepared from scratch on an order-by-order basis. This means that freshness is always guaranteed at the expense of a tiny bit of waiting time. Most of their regulars would make a return trip for their tasty Korean Barbecue and other Korean dishes as they only use the freshest and most original recipes from Korea. Customers can even choose their Korean dishes’ spiciness, starting from mild to Korean spicy. Besides, they also offer vegetable dishes like bean paste soup, glass noodle, rice cakes, Bibimbap, and steamed dumpling.
Here are some of the best choices on the menu:
Bul Go Gi
Je Yuk Bok Keum
Spicy Claypot Beef Stew with Glass Noodle
Lemon Tang Su Yuk
Korean Barbecue Options
Dol Sot Bi Bim Bop (The Dol Sot Bi Bim Bop has options of beef, chicken, pork and soft tofu.)
Beverages include Rice Wine, Somaek, Tower beer, and Baeksuju, which is wine seasoned with Ginseng. Pancakes that are created with Kimchi, seafood or rice.
The barbecue choices are tasty and can be catered to the guests’ liking. The flexibility to try numerous options for the meal also adds to the fun of discovery for each person’s individual taste.
Running Man Korea Restaurant Location: 25, Jalan Sutera Tanjung 8/3, Taman Sutera Utama, 81300 Skudai, Johor, Malaysia. Contact Number: +6011 – 1161 6615 Opening Hours: 11:00am – 11:00pm (Saturdays & Sundays) & 12:00pm – 11:00pm (Mondays – Fridays)
Shik Gaek Korean Family restaurant serves a huge assortment of different Korean food sets, which allow you to try a touch of everything and blend different flavors together. Their food prices are affordable and reasonable too, making it suitable for big group of family or friends gathering.
The restaurant itself is extremely spacious and incorporates a simple, sleek design. Besides, they do offers on-the-spot cooking demonstration like other Korean restaurants, their staffs will grill or cook your food in front of you on your table.
Not forgetting to mention, their Barbecue special and Kim Chi Stew are fabulously delicious. Not excessively seasoned or not too spicy, both dishes is definitely a recommendation for foodies who eat ‘clean’.
Shik Gaek Korean Family Restaurant Location: 185 Jalan Sri Pelangi, Taman Pelangi, 80400 Johor Bahru, Malaysia Contact Number: +6012 – 797 6384 Opening Hours: 11:30am – 11:30pm (Daily)
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Genting Highlands, otherwise known as Resorts World Genting, is very well-known for its serene natural beauty and strawberry fields. However, more importantly, it is also thronged with visitors anytime of the year due to its unique status of being the only legal casino in Malaysia.
Genting Highlands. you’ll be able to try your luck at winning an enormous pay-out. Established in 1971 by Resorts World Genting by Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong.
Genting Casino also has four hundred kinds of electronic table games, 3,000 slots machines, and thirty tables with games ranging from baccarat, Texas Hold’m , Blackjack ,Tai Sai, roulette and many other different types of game.
Do note that the casino will denies entry for visitors who are Muslim or below 21 years old. The casino is opened 24 hours daily
The Chin Swee Caves Temple is nestled among the most scenic location of Genting Highlands. Within the Temple is seats a sculpture of Qingshui, a Buddhist monk who has long been idolized as a spiritual being in Fujian province, China for his supernatural abilities to summon rain and displace evil spirits. The temple attracts many native and foreign devotees from Singapore, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand and China. The Chin Swee Caves Temple is settled on a 28-acre plot of rocky timbered land gifted by Genting cluster founder the late Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Lim Goh Tong. Located 4,600 feet above water level, the temple is approximately 5–10 minutes’ drive down from the peak of the mountain. The Chin Swee Caves Temple is strategically situated and easily accessible either by the Awana skyway or by road.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! “Odditorium”
This wild and wacky interactive museum is filled with a curious assortment of oddities for families with kids. You may either be fascinated or bound a shock as you browse through these one-of-a-kind exhibits collected by Ripley throughout his travels around the globe.
Opening Closing Time
10 am – 10 pm (Daily)
Adult: RM 22, Child: RM 18
Genting Strawberry Leisure Farm
The Genting Highlands Strawberry Leisure Farm is a well-liked tourist attraction in Gohtong Jaya. Strawberries don’t seem to be the only cultivation – mushrooms, herbs, flowers and agriculture vegetables are also cultivated here commercially in adjoining nurseries. Besides the farm’s marketplace, Guest can buy pre-packaged fruit priced at RM15++ per 250g. You’ll be able to also pick your own strawberries straight from the orchards, with prices starting from RM8++ for every 100g.
Opening Closing Time 9.30am – 6 pm (Daily)
Genting Highlands Premium Outlets
Genting Highlands Premium Outlets is a nearby outdoor shopping mall with a comprehensive assortment of designer fashion, sportswear, luggage, accessories, and shoes. Located opposite Awana Genting Highlands Golf and Resort, these brands also offer spectacular discounts of up to 65% daily, making it a must-visit for shopaholics on a tight budget.
There are heaps of reasons to visit SkyAvenue. The latest shopping precinct offers options for eating, playing and shopping. Dive into the spectacular SkySymphony show (Level 1), a free performance showcasing an out-of-this-world orchestra of audio, visual and laser effects. A laser show spreads across the mall’s atrium, creating spellbinding experience that surrounds you and create recollections that will bound to stay in you and your kids’ memory for a while.
Extensive delicacies are offered here at the market at SkyAvenue to satisfy every budget. You can choose from celebrated restaurants like Burger & Lobster London, the world’s 1st Cafés Richard restaurant, and Brooklyn’s favorite neighborhood pizzeria Motorino. Or relax at familiar favorites like Madam Kwan’s, Morganfield’s, Tampopo, and plenty of more!
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Visit the winter wonderland at Snow World at Genting Highlands, Malaysia. With temperatures as low as -3° Celsius, you’ll definitely forget Malaysia’s hot and wet weather. Do you wanna build a snowman? Build your very own snowman with your kids, experience the thrilling Cresta Run snow slide or go ice skating.
At Snow World, you and your family can do all these at any time of the year!
Opening Closing Time
Monday – Friday: 9 am – 12 am Saturday: 8 am – 1 am Sunday: 8 am – 12 am
Adult – RM 30, Child/Senior Citizen – RM 25
Bona Cinema Genting
There is nothing like catching an awesome motion picture on the massive screen. Guests to Resorts World Genting can now get pleasure from catching the latest movies at the newly opened Bona Cinemas. Bona Cinemas incorporates a modern retro and new urban design. Three of its four halls are equipped with state-of the-art seats to create the most comfortable experience possible. All the halls are equipped with the Dolby Atmos sound system that has been touted as the “next generation audio for cinema”.
Arena of Stars
The prestigious 5,000-seat Arena Of Stars (AOS) has played host to various international and local events. From special events to concerts by famous artistes like Boyz II Men, Leona Lewis, Deep Purple, Michael Learns to Rock, and Lionel Richie. Asian artistes like Jolin Tsai, S.H.E, Aaron Kwok , Joey Yung, Stefanie Sun, Vanness Wu, G.E.M, Twins have also graced this venue with their performances. MTV Asia Awards 2008, Malaysian International Dance Championship 2009 and 2011 are just some of the never-ending list of events held here.
Fixed Seat Capacity
Audio, Lighting, Video, Camera
20th Century Fox World Malaysia (Coming Soon)
The 20th Century Fox World Malaysia theme park is slated to become the only 20th Century Fox theme park in the world and the 1st in Asia. Due to be completed near the end of 2018. However, do expects delays. Constructions are still in progress and can be observed by visitors who has visited Genting Highlands. Guests may catch a Sneak preview of the amazing theme park from bird’s eye view while riding the Awana Skyway cable car.
Batu Pahat is a town and capital that lies in Batu Pahat District, Johor, Malaysia. It is currently the second biggest urban town in Johor. It lies south-east of Muar, south-west of Kluang, north-west of Pontian and south of Segamat. The town area is located inside Simpang Kanan parishes. Good food is definitely one thing Batu Pahat has to offer and Batu Pahat is very well-known for a numberous number of locations offering delicious and mouth-watering cuisines.
Food hunters treasure this town as a paradise on Earth as Batu Pahat boasts a great deal of restaurants and local food for them to discover and savor.
Most of the restaurants here have been serving amazingly delicious dishes for generations. Apart from delectable delicacies, guests usually receive heart-warming services from the friendly bosses and waiters. It’s really a pampering encounter to relish the authentic local delicacies at Batu Pahat.
In today’s post, We will share with you the best food in Batu Pahat, Johor. Be sure to try them when you are in Batu Pahat:
20 Top Food In Batu Pahat That You Must Definitely Try1. Dragon Gate Batu Pahat (龍門客棧)
Are you a giant fan of crayfish – the dish that Chinese folks are crazy about? You’ll be able to have them right here in Batu Pahat!
Featuring the numerous dishes like Spicy Crayfish, Garlic Crayfish and Stir-fried Thirteen-spices Crayfish, all these three crayfish dishes are prepared to excellency and presented on your table for your enjoyment.
Other than crayfish, you will be able to also relish different fresh seafood like prawns, crabs, oysters, shellfish which are be cooked in a myriad of preparation style. The freshness of the seafood is guaranteed as all of them are fresh caught of the day!
Address: 33, Jalan Flora Utama 6, Taman Flora Utama, Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. Contact: +6019 – 762 5666 Facebook
2. Chop See Kee (the locals call it Ah See Wanton Mee)(亞泗雲吞面)
In the early 1950s, Chong’s family established their first roadside stall along Jalan Jenang. They later moved to shop lot unit. Since its institution, they pride themselves in serving wantan noodles made with fiercely guarded family recipe with homemade ingredients. The egg noodles and wantan are handmade daily to assure freshness and tenderness. Chili or without chilli wantan noodles are the two options folks order at Ah See. When topped with roasted char siew (barbecued pork) and wantan, the sauced egg noodles look even additionally tantalizing. The dish is brought to the next level by the combination of explosion of awesomely delicious taste in your mouth.
Address: 2 Jalan Jenang, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. Contact: +607 – 438 8516
3. Restoran Swee Kee Tonic Soup (水记炖汤)
Famous for serving delicious and healthy tonic soups, Restaurant Swee Kee offers variations of tonic soups to cater for various taste buds. All the tonic soup are prepared painstakingly with Swee Kee’s recipe that has been passed down from generations to generations. The restaurant insists on preparing the herbal soups with three hours of steaming method to ensure every drop of the soup served is superb.
Steamed with over 10 types of Chinese herbs, tonic soups are good in improving blood circulation. To name a couple of herbal soups on their menu, they offer Frog Tonic Soup, 10 Herbs Duck Soup and Turtle Tonic Soup that are served in a small bowl. The soup is best paired with a steaming hot bowl of rice to complement the meal while leaving you full and happy.
Address: 70, Jalan Abu Bakar, Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. Opening Hours: 12:00pm – 8:00pm (Daily) Contact: +607 – 434 3842
4. Batu Pahat Da Bei Shui (大杯水)
Ta Bei Shui when literally translated stands for huge glasses of water in English. The kopitiam has this distinctive name simply as a result of it offers massive glasses of juicy drinks that enough for two.
The kopitiam also serves mouthwatering “Mee Jian Kueh”. “Mee Jian Kueh”, or Fried Dough Cake is an enormous pancake that has ground peanuts, melted margarine and sugar as its filling. This appetizing snack that may be ordered in customized thickness and sweetness based on your personal preferences.
Address: Junction of Jalan Penjaja 3 & Jalan Penjaja, Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. Contact: +6012 – 732 0369 Opening Hours: 12:30pm until sold out (Daily)
5. Yong’s Steamboat Batu Pahat(泳池生锅)
People patronize to Yong’s steamboat Garden for their steamboat meals at affordable prices. All the food they served are fresh and taste delicious if you cook them well.
A trolley that contains raw dishes like pomfrets, squids, fried soy bean skin, pork, fresh prawns, and fish ravioli will be delivered to your table. These are your steamboat ingredients later so you will need to decide on a few from them. After selecting your choice of steamboat dishes, you will be able to begin cooking them yourself and, enjoy your meal!
Address: No. 2 M/S, Jalan Minyak Beku, Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. Contact: +607 – 432 3320 Opening Hours: 6:00pm – 12:00am (Daily)
6. Kedai Makanan & Minuman Ah Soon (阿顺猪杂汤)
Every morning, the seats in Ah Kedai Makanan & Minuman Ah Soon are typically fully occupied and generally you can decide how good a restaurant is based on its crowds.
The dishes served here are served with an captivating smell and are excellent in taste. Their pork slices and pork organs are well-cooked and served along with noodles in an exceedingly massive portion. Their broth features a lighter tasting to offer more focus on the pork.
Give their Fish Head Bee Hoon and pork organ soup a try and you’ll understand why the kopitiam is always crowded.
Address: 5, Jalan Temenggong, Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. Contact: +6012 – 770 3881 Opening Hours: 11:00am – 2:30pm (Daily) & 5:00pm – 10:00pm (Daily) Closed on: Thursdays Facebook
7. Kedai Makan Soon Lai (顺来粿汁)
Although they started out as a roadside stall, Lai’s Kway Chap is currently one of the most famous ones in Batu Pahat. If you are wondering, Kway Chap is a Teochew delicacy that consists of flat rice noodles and pork drenched in savory broth.
The Kway Chap’s broth is a definite must try. Mixed with herbs, pork offal and meat, the rich soy sauce based broth is simmered done to perfection. It delivers a delightful herbal smell and it tastes amazing too.
Address: 6-C, Jalan Fatimah, Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. Opening Hours: 11:00am – 6:00pm (Daily)
8. Han Kee Cake & Cafe (汉记面包西果屋)
Han Kee Cake & Café combines bakery, coffee shop and confectionery under one roof. It offers variations of pleasing coffee and different variety of enticing light food like puddings, cakes and pastries.
The cakes here have several flavors and all of them are showcased in refrigerator for patrons to choose from. With only simple furnishing but placing strong emphasis on the quality and deliciousness of food and drinks, it is no secret why Han Kee Cake & Café is always a well-liked food hunting place and hangout among friends. They are even ready to organize special events for their customers.
Address: 48, Jalan Jelawat, Taman Banang, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. Contact: +607 – 434 7562 Opening Hours: 7:30am – 10:00pm (Mondays-Saturdays) & 8:00am – 10:00pm (Sundays)
9. Ah Fei Spicy Noodles (阿肥辣面)
“Ah Fei Spicy Noodles” at Miao Huang restaurant is very well-known to every household in Batu Pahat. Spicy food lovers will certainly be infatuated with this local delicacy that provides intense flavor and distinctive spiciness. According to the owner, it takes a painstakingly long time to prepare the curry chilli broth.
One of the highlights here is that the owner insists on serving stencil-wrapped noodles to bring out the “old-time flavor” in Batu Pahat. It continually makes the locals reminiscence on the good old times while enjoying this spicy noodles.
Address: 36, Jalan Flora Utama 8, Taman Flora Utama, 83000, Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. Contact: +6019 – 742 8215 Opening Hours: 9:00am – 10:30pm (Daily) Facebook
10. Asam Pedas Mak Limah (Kedai Makan Rasa Idaman Asli)
Asam pedas dishes, or “sour and spicy” dishes when translated literally, are the ones that you simply must not miss out when you are in Malysia. It is one of the many traditional Malay dishes and Asam Pedas Mak Limah offers you the most authentic one in Batu Pahat.
Asam Pedas is a gravy that is cooked with a myriad of ingredients that includes shallots, garlic, and numerous spices. Due to the abundance of spices and ingredients, it has an aromatic smell with hot flavor. At Asam Pedas Mak Limah, Ikan Parang and Ikan Pari are the best choices of fish to be paired with Asam Pedas.
Address: 3 Jalan Dato Tay Kim Peow, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. Contact: +6013 – 732 2744 / +6016 – 722 0409 Opening Hours: 6:00am – 5:00pm (Daily) Closed on: Fridays
11. Nasi Baryani Mohd Shah
Fulfil your gastronomical needs at Nasi Baryani Mohd Shah when you are in Batu Pahat. At Nasi Baryani Mohd Shah, you get to savor the best Nasi Baryani at the most reasonable price. Nasi Baryani is an amazing Indian dish that is cooked with a myriad of spices, vegetables and meat, giving off a spicy yet mouthwatering smell. At Nasi Baryani Mohd Shah, they serve Mutton Rendang that are so succulent, tender and soft, it leaves you asking for more. The rice comes in massive portion and patrons usually finish it all with great pleasure.
Address: Kompleks Niaga Peserai, Gerai No. 14, Benteng Peserai, Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. Contact: +607 – 413 8645 Opening Hours: 8:00am – 10:00pm (Daily) Closed on: (Fridays)
12. Restoran BP Bariani Power
Restoran BP is well-liked in for offering delicious Indian Muslim cuisines but they focus a lot more in serving Briyani Rice dishes. They also pride themselves in serving one of the best Briyani Rice in Batu Pahat.
For Briyani rice, they offer choices that ranges from original one and other styles. Customers can savor Briyani Rice alongside a number of side dishes like chicken curry, dhal curry and eggs. Feeling the heat from the fabulous curries? Then order their popular drink, Sirap Bandung to cool you down after your meal.
Address: 18, Jalan Tukas 2, Taman Soga, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. Contact: +607 – 438 8987 Opening Hours: 10:00am – 7:00pm (Daily) Closed on: Mondays
13. B.P. Cendol (Pak “O”)
Pak “O” Cendol is a little roadside stall situated opposite to the bus station in Batu Pahat. Sometimes, you will need to stand when enjoying Cendol as there are only few seats offered.
Traditional Cendol is rich in coconut milk and smooth-shaven ice. Green “noodles” that made of flour and extracts of pandan leaves are served all in a bowl. These days, there are over ten variations of Cendol at Pak “O” and every one of them packs a totally different flavor.
Address: 65-A, Jalan Rugayah, Kampung Pegawai, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia Contact: +6010 – 701 5047
14. WIWI Chicken Rice （伟伟海南芽菜鸡饭）
WIWI Chicken Rice Hainanese Chicken Rice is one of the most renowned Hainanese Chicken Rice in Batu Pahat. Most folks cannot resist the goodness of this chicken rice dish served with tasty and juicy chicken.
The spacious and airy atmosphere allows you to enjoy Hainan Beansprout Chicken Rice. The restaurant not only sells Hainan Beansprout Chicken Rice, but also includes different kinds of dishes: Crispy Roast Duck, Hong Kong-Style Roast Meat, Freshly Fried Chicken, Pork Chop, and Fish Gizzard
Address: No 62 & 64, Jalan Setia Jaya Utama, Taman Setia Jaya, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia
Contact: +6012-711 1499
Opening Hours: 9:00am – 5:00pm (Daily)
15. Tanjung Labuh Atan Fried Banana (Tanjung Labuh 炸香蕉)
If you are bored of contemporary cafe with pricey menus, do try out the famous Fried Banana at Atan Pisang Goreng at Tanjung Labuh Road. It is situated just by the roadside. Previously, this stall was under a large tree nearby its current location. Due to popularity and huge demand of its delicious friend banana, it has moved to a shop lot that is able to serve more customers.
The deep fried banana are served with a special dip of distinctive homemade sauce that you cannot find anywhere else in the world. Soy sauce with chilli supplemented with grinded peanut powder, making it the perfect combination when savored with the delicious fried banana. The crispy outer layer of the banana complemented with the taste of the sauce brings your taste buds on a salty and spicy culinary adventure.
Other than this, you can also get Rojak at very low price. Do try out their Rojak too, it is delicious as well! Every batch of Fried Banana are sold out within minutes. The queue can also be quite agonizingly long, but it is definitely worth it when you finally get to savor the Deep Fried Banana!
Address: Jalan Kenangan Kampung Bahagia, 83000 Batu Pahat Johor. Contact: 013-762 8622 Opening Hours: 11:00am – 7:00pm (Daily)
16. Grand Sea View Restaurant (海景酒楼)
Grand Sea View Restaurant is a well-known and renowned restaurant in Batu Pahat. The restaurant is famous for holding wedding dinners and other dinners like reunion dinner during Chinese New Year. The restaurant is also open during normal days for lunch and dinner.
Once you enter the restaurant, the service staff will greet you pleasantly. The atmosphere is comfortable. The elements of interior design are strongly inspired by traditional Chinese houses and decor. During peak hours, there will even be security guard helping to crowd control and manage traffic by directing you to a parking lot.
Address: Jalan Tanjong Laboh, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor. Contact: 07-434 6999 Opening Hours: 10.30am-2.30pm & 5.30pm-10.00pm (Daily)
Tian Teck Vegetarian Food Restaurant is specialized in preparing vegetarian cuisines that are so delicious that it has propelled the restaurant to one of the top restaurants in Batu Pahat, with their name out-performing even many non-Vegetarian restaurants.
Do not worry if you are a Vegetarian and unable to find good vegetarian food in Batu Pahat. Tian TeckVegetarian Food Restaurant will fulfil all of your needs! Do take note that if you are going during special days such as birth of goddess of mercy, Guan Yin, it will be terribly crowded and you will need to wait longer before you get to savor the Vegetarian delicacies from Tian Teck Vegetarian Food Restaurant. They are also constantly experimenting and discovering new recipes to wow their fans and customers even better.
Address: Jalan Fatimah, Kampung Pegawai, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor. Contact: 07-433 0991 Opening Hours: 10:00am – 10:00pm (Daily)
Closed on: Wednesdays
18. Hawker Stalls @ Jalan Pengkai (贪吃街)
Jalan Pengkai is packed on a daily basis at evening for its massive variety of good local foods in Batu Pahat. There are 2 row of hawker stalls here. If there’s a variety of foods, what is the local..
There are various ways to travel to Senai airport from Singapore. A few of the popular ways to get to Senai Airport from Singapore are by Public Bus, Private Coach, Rail or self drive. For a more pleasant, comfortable and smoother ride, choose a private hire taxi or transport, Charter Van, or the public Taxi.
A) Getting from SINGAPORE TO SENAI AIRPORTbyPrivate Hire MPV, Taxi or Transport Services
The private car is a well-liked option of transportation due to:
Available at any time of the year, at any time of the day.
Provide a fast, comfortable and smooth ride.
Ample space for baggage and luggage.
Direct pick up from customers’ door step to Senai airport.
Passengers don’t need to alight from the vehicle when clearing Custom and Immigration at both Singapore and Malaysia check points.
Highly recommended for families with young kids and elderly folks
Customers can choose from a wide variety of vehicles to suit their traveling and special needs. For additional comfort and space, customers can select from options of 7-seater, 8-seater or 11-seater ride and the choice of vehicles includes Toyota Innova, Toyota Alphard and Hyundai Starex.
Trip Duration: 1.5 hours from pick up point.
B) Getting from SINGAPORE TO SENAI AIRPORT by CHARTER VAN
17-seater charter van Generally, the charter van is cheaper than a private car in terms of full day rental, so this is often an excellent selection if customers intend to get to Senai Airport and other places in Johor Bahru. The only disadvantage is passengers will need to alight at both Singapore and Malaysia check points for Custom and Immigration clearance.
Trip Duration: 1.5 hours from pick up point.
Travelling with SGMYTravel provides you with the choice for the airport meet and greet, where our drivers willwait at the arrival hall to receive you warmly.
C) Getting FROM SINGAPORE TO SENAI AIRPORT by PUBLIC BUS
Singapore public bus – 170, 170X, 160
As of now, there are no direct public buses heading to Senai Airport from Singapore or vice-versa. However, passengers have the option to 1) Board the public bus from Singapore (Getting from Singapore to JB Sentral) 2) Transit at JB Sentral and 3) Board the Causeway Link Senai Airport Shuttle Service (CWA) airport bus to Senai A Go right down to the bus terminal and alight the Causeway Link Senai Airport Shuttle Service (CWA) airport bus to Senai Airport.
Public bus is a well-liked alternative of transportation due to it being the most budget type of transportation. The disadvantages are it takes a great deal of your time, and also the journey can be exhausting and uncomfortable.
Recommended for: Budget travelers, singles, couples and families with grown-up kids.
D) Getting FROM SINGAPORE TO SENAI AIRPORT by PUBLIC TAXI
Malaysia public taxi
Public taxi is another favorable alternative of transportation due to it being: – Available at any time of the year, at any time of the day. – Fast, comfortable and smooth ride. – Passengers don’t have to alight at both Singapore and Malaysia check points for Custom and Immigration clearance. – Passengers are required to present their passport to the driver for driving through Custom and Immigration at both Singapore and Malaysia check points.
To take the public taxi, head to Ban San Street Taxi Terminal (next to Queen’s Street Bus Terminal). only licensed Malaysia Taxi is allowed to pick up passengers from Ban San Street to any location in Johor.
Recommended for: Families with young children, the elderly or businessmen. Fare: SGD60 onward for a full taxi booking from Ban San Street (Singapore) to Johor Bahru. Fees are subjected to additional surcharge and toll fees.
Trip Duration: 1.5 hours from Ban San Street.
E) Getting FROM SINGAPORE TO SENAI AIRPORT byCOMBINATION OF RAIL AND BUS
Currently there are no direct train from Singapore to Senai airport or vice-versa. However, similar to public buses, passengers have the choice of to board the Shuttle Tebrau train from Singapore, transit at JB Sentral and board the Causeway Link Senai Airport Shuttle Service (CWA) Airport bus to Senai Airport.
Step 1) Board the Shuttle Tebrau at Woodlands Train checkpoint to Johor Bahru (JB) CIQ – Board the Train at Woodlands train station. – After the custom and immigration clearance at Woodlands Train Checkpoint, board the train to JB Sentral. – Disembark from the train together with your bags and belongings at Johor Bahru (JB) CIQ for custom and immigration clearance.
Step 2) Board the CWA airport Bus at JB Sentral to Senai Airport – Walk out of the Johor Bahru CIQ for an additional 200 meters and you will reach JB Sentral. – Go right down to the bus terminal and alight the Causeway Link Senai airport Shuttle Service (CWA) Airport bus to Senai Airport.
Trip Duration: 1 hour from Woodlands Train Checkpoint.
The Batu Pahat District is a district within the state of Johor, Malaysia that lies at the southeastern end of Johor Bahru. Batu Pahat is the 16th largest urban area in Malaysia in terms of population size. It consists of a population that is majority in Chinese, followed by Malays and Indians.
The town got its unique name Batu Pahat, which means “chiselled stone”, from the quarries near the water. There are multiple myths on the origin of this name. Back in 1456, the Siamese army, led by Admiral Awi Di Chu, camped in Batu Pahat before attacking Malacca. Legend has it that the offensive Siamese troops were chipping rocks off at a rocky spot within the coastal village of Kampung Minyak Beku. This was done in hope to obtain valuable drinking water during their retreat from the Melaka troops, led by Tun Perak, the far-famed Bendahara (Prime Minister) of the Malacca Empire.
Another plausible explanation for the origin of the name is that the fortress (“a famosa”) built by the Portuguese after capturing Melaka, which was made up of granite rocks taken from the mouth of Sungai Batu Pahat.
Despite not many foreign tourists understanding much about history of Batu Pahat, it’s a well-liked vacation spot for locals in Malaysia. It’s a town you should visit for your coming vacation that offers beaches and forests for the nature-lovers, shopping malls for the discount hunters and shopaholics, and remarkable history to be enjoyed by the history fanatics.
First off, we have done a simple infographic to share some basic information about Batu Pahat. Enjoy and feel free to share it!
Below are a number of the most popular attractions and related things to do in Batu Pahat:
1. Batu Pahat Old Street
Old Street in Batu Pahat is a must-visit in if you wish to immerse yourself into a fancy and memorable night scene atmosphere. This commercial area has the most distinctive and complex exterior building design in town. It’s even addressed as a mini Disneyland by the locals. It’s situated between Jalan Kluang, Jalan Parit Besar and Taman Sri Jaya.
This commercial area stands together from 2 blocks. Shop lots ranging from restaurants which will tantalize your palate to entertainment outlets that you’ll be able to spend quite a while at. Out of the most well-liked is the Roof Garden. As its operating hour starts after dark, expect this place to be jam-packed at night. Visitors can take a brief walk around and enjoy the view from roof top of the building while dining together with family and friends while taking in the awesome atmosphere created by its urban and animation designed restaurants on the rooftop.
Make sure you have your cameras ready for some very memorable photos!
The most popular joint among all these restaurants in this commercial place is Carreto Oscc, which is found at the second floor (rooftop) of block 1. Remember the full-glass cafe that was featured in Jay Chou’s movie – Handwritten Past? This restaurant replicates that design so that you do not have to travel all the way to Taiwan to experience it. Other restaurants that stands out and are definitely worthy to mention are like Fika cafe, Le Petit, Kopitiam 1970’s, The coffee bean , Continue cafe , K Fry Urban Korean, little Spoon and so on.
Popular across most social media will be the Hokkaido Ice Cream Puff. These delicious and stunning-looking puffs has taken Instagram by storm. After you photo-moments with them, get ready to savor the tantalizing goodness of these desserts. Ice cream lovers are going to be delighted. It’s a must to try their soft on the inside yet crispy on the outside puff together with your favorite flavor of ice cream.
Address: Jalan Parit Besar, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor Contact: 013-666 5800 Opening Hours: Daily 10am-11pm
2. Penggaram Square Batu Pahat
No visit to Batu Pahat is complete without checking in at the town landmark. The square features a monument with a fountain portraying the famous chiselled rock that gave name to the town – Batu Pahat. The monument was crafted based on the history of Siamese soldiers who chiselled rocks at Minyak Beku village to gather drinking water after being defeated by the Malacca troops in the fifteenth century. The monument was built here during the town’s centennial celebration. This sites is ideal for evening strolls and night time chill. Throughout normal days, there are stalls along the roadside selling foods, drinks, and also toys for kids. A photographer even declare that the Penggaram square is a must have in their Vlog or photography collection. Previously, the chiselled rock monument was a water fountain with lights, however it’s been rebuilt into grass filled space and plenty of LED-led trees that helps to draw in more locals and travelers here.
Address: Jalan Rahmat, Kampung Bahagia, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor
3. Kampung Segenting Batu Pahat
The temple at Segenting, Batu Pahat is well-known of fish touching. According to the locals, they believe that touching of these arapaima fishes would bring good luck to the person. The place itself is a fishing village. The arapaima fishes is also large but they are extremely tamed. If you’re lucky, they will even swim to you once you place your hand into the pond. This fishing village is an excellent site for people that would like a real retreat from the busy city life. Worshipers visit here for their renowned God in Chinese beliefs, including Da Bo Gong, Ma Zu (Goddess of the Sea), Hai Long Wang, the dragon king of the sea that protects and bless the villagers and also the fishermen. Along the road to the temple, there are also a couple of restaurants by the roadside that is popular for their seafood delicacies. The price is reasonable and food is definitely delicious too. Renowned seafood restaurants here includes Lover Bridge Resort’s Sea Front Thai Food Restaurant and Ship Village Seafood Restaurant.
You can also see an extended bridge at the opposite side from the temple. The bridge was previously built as a jetty for native fishermen. Bring your loved ones or family to this pretty fishing village to get pleasure from the romantic background of Lovers’ Bridge. In the past, the bridge was constructed out of wooden structure. It’s been converted into lime stones made bridge as it is exposed to the natural forces of sun and moisture. The wooden deck is still retained to give the Lovers’ Bridge its own special touch. At night during high tide, there will also be some fishermen fishing there. It is quite tough to drive up there but trust me, the scenery is definitely worthwhile.
Address: Kampung Segenting Minyak Beku, Batu Pahat, Johor
4. Wet World Batu Pahat Village Resort
Get ready to be wet! Wet World Batu Pahat Village Resort is a distinctive water themed park in town. It is a place where you’ll absolutely relish interactive water play elements and slides. This park is the only water park in Johor which spreads over a 44-acre of land. The park is also situated around the town’s renowned Merdeka Lake, which is also another scenic spot that you should not miss.
You will be greeted by shrieks and laughter of both adult and kids as you enter the park. This water themed park is both adult and kid friendly. Not to worry parents, simply sit back and relax and let your kids get pleasure from the all the fun brought to you by the safe water park. If you’re thinking about wave pool and gallon of splash, they got all you want! Attractions includes Batu Pahat Tower, Big Splash, Kiddy Pool, Wave Pool, Waterfall, Swan Boat, Lazy River, Dino Land, SPA Pool and also an enormous fishing site.
Children can also go to Dino Land. They’ll be astonished by large-sized miniature dinosaurs. While for adult, submerge yourself in this stress-free atmosphere either at the fishing sites or even SPA Pool for a brief getaway from busy city life. Ticket prices and admissions is as follow: Children is priced at RM25 and RM28 for adult. If you bring your Malaysian Identification Card along it’ll be cheaper, RM16 for children and RM18 for adult. infant is free of charge. The price is for the whole day. We strongly advise you to go as early as they open and leave during dawn. At night, there will be also the Glow Park. Be prepared to be dazzled as you are surrounded by the magical experience by millions of twinkling lights.
Address: Wet World Batu Pahat Village Resort. Lot138, Jalan Bukit Pasir, Tasik Bukit Pasir, Batu 1/2, Johor, Kampung Batu Pasir, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor Contact: +607-433 6060 Opening Hours: Daily 10AM – 6PM, closed on Wednesday (except School and Public Holidays)
5. Soga Perdana Amenity Forest
Remember when was the last time you set foot in a jungle trekking trip or a trip to a forest reserve? If it’s been an extended period of time that you cannot even recall, this will be the perfect place in this second largest town in Johor for you to do that. Although Johor is facing rapid advancement and developments, nature reserve is very well protected by the government. Soga Perdana Amenity Forest is one of such sacred forest and natural habitat that is undisturbed by human and urban developments.
This recreational forest is found not far away from town centre, about five kilometres away. It’s considered as a convenient and safe place to visit because it isn’t too far off from civilization, situated around at the end of residential area. Make sure you stop by and enjoy this gem brought to you by nature before heading off to another destination. It welcomes you with many hidden treasures of nature that spans over forty nine hectares of land and over a height of 600ft at peak.
Do keep your eyes peeled for friendly wildlife like monkeys and plenty of totally different varieties of birds as you trek in the forest. One point to note, please don’t try and feed the wildlife and disturb the habitat that those wildlife call home. As the saying goes, “Take nothing but photographs, leave nothing but memories.” You’ll undoubtedly be able to relax and unwind throughout your tranquil walk as serene and luxurious greenery surrounds you. Don’t worry about getting under the scorching sun as those tall and sumptuous trees that tower over the forest will provide you with natural shade that you will need. The recreational forest is known for its perfect spot for exercise. Local elderly folks often have their line dancing and many other activities here. This is mainly because the environment here is tranquil and relaxing. Since limestone staircase were built, it’s very much suitable for both kids and adult with moderate level of fitness. Hike your way up and there will also be a man-made sightseeing tower. Enjoy a bird’s eye view of the entire city of Batu Pahat up there. Be prepared to stay for hours up there as the amazing views transcend you into a stress-free and relaxed state of mind. Definitely, worth the effort and perspiration trekking up.
If you’re trying to find a more challenging route, there are four other routes from different entry points to the recreational park. Route A, B, C, and D can be chosen according to different difficulty levels. However, these four routes does not have any limestone staircase and it definitely needs higher level of fitness and some experience.
Address: Jalan Perdana 17, Taman Bukit Perdana, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor
6. Taman Rekreasi Tasik Y
Batu Pahat is a town good for for family leisure. One of the most well-known site is Taman Rekreasi Tasik Y. It is the most packed site for sports and leisure not only in evening, but also all times of the day. The place will be a lot more crowded during the weekends, as this is the only free time over the week for many families with working parents in Malaysia. There are lots of sports equipment for adults and entertainment facilities for kids at this recreational park. Sport enthusiast can head over to this recreational park for a jog. The track was constructed along the lake and surrounded by lush green trees, making it an even better experience and atmosphere with fresh air to do some exercise. But one thing to be remembered, the lake is prohibited from fishing as the park is stringent in protecting the environment from any human damage done to nature. While parents fancy their peaceful moment working out, kids can choose from a slew of entertaining facilities as well. Ranging from 2 large dinosaur sculptures to several attractive and fun slides. This park is the childhood memory of all locals growing up. Before the emergence of technology like tablet and smart devices, locals spent their time here, in the good-old fashioned way of growing up in nature’s best playground. Laughter and joy of kids is the best thing that a parent would like to hear. As described by the locals, it’s the most awesome place for family time rather than spending time at home with eyes glued on smart devices these days.
During the break of the day, locals come as earlier as 5:00am to exercise. There will be also dance lessons being conducted daily and everyone is welcomed to join! At night, leisure activities includes roller skating and night walk. Some teenagers are also more willing to spend time here to have a chat and catch up with friends, with some snacks.
After getting a good workout, you can head over the food stalls situated just behind the recreational park for some refreshment. Local delights like Rpti Canai and Rojak are being sold here. Also remember to order some desserts like Ais Kacang or Chendol to end of the superb meal!
Address: Taman Rekreasi Tasik Y, Jalan Sejati, Kampung Bahagia, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor
7. Shopping Mall (Batu Pahat Mall , Square One Batu Pahat)
Attention all shopaholics, there are 2 new locations for you to add to your list. There are 2 shopping mall in Batu Pahat, the Batu Pahat Mall and Square One Batu Pahat. These 2 mall stands tall among other markets and malls. They boats rich diversity of shop lots and are also celebrated for its different types of delicious cuisines offered. High quality garments and clothes are also being sold here for reasonable prices.
As for the marketplace for fresh ingredients, both mall make sure that their vegetables sold are as fresh as possible. If the freshness is below the required standard, replacement will be done straightaway without them ending up being bought by consumers. If you’re trying to find a place that you simply can hangout over the weekends either with friends or family with a cool environment, these 2 malls will be the only choice in your list.
Address: Square One Shopping Mall, Jalan Persiaran Flora Utama, Taman Flora Utama, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor Contact: 07-432 7899 Opening Hours: Daily 10am – 10pm
Address: Batu Pahat Mall, Jalan Kluang, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor Contact: 07-433 7733 Opening Hours: Sunday to Wednesday 10am – 10pm, Thursday to Saturday 10am – 10.30pm
8. Pantai Minyak Beku
Pantai Minyak Beku could come across as any normal beach at its first look. Its strange name actually comes from its history. Back in time, Siamese soldiers arrived on the beach and searched for water by excavating a well. However, rather than water, they found thick oil – therefore the name of the beach. Look for the historical plaque that’s placed by the Tourism Ministry for more information regarding the origin of the well and its link to the town’s name. Picnicking, fishing and relishing the sunset or sunrise are a number of the activities you’ll be able to enjoy at Pantai Minyak Beku. Besides that, there is also a ferry terminal that you can hire a fisherman for a brief boat ride to Pulau Silju, a small island that is close by. Remember to stock up on drinks and snacks from the shops before you go!
Address: Jalan Minyak Beku, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia
9. Galeri Dato Onn
In the past, Galeri Dato’ Onn was a government quarters and also the official residence of Dato’ Onn Jaafar throughout his tenure as District Officer in Batu Pahat. A very well-respected figure throughout his time, Dato Onn Jaafar is remembered by locals for his contribution to the nation’s independence, also as his important role in the formation of United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) and Rural Industrial Development Authority (RIDA). Johoreans regard Onn Jaafar highly as a local hero and a nationalist. He was also a former Menteri Besar of Johor. Pay your tribute to Dato’ Onn Jaafar by stepping back in time and learn more regarding his life at Galeri Dato Onn. At Galeri Dato Onn, you will see numerous exhibits, like his personal items, images of the past, and artifacts while touring the gallery. All of these artifacts are displayed neatly in the main gallery and the hall. Do not to forget to take a look at the well-known Buku Selamat Johor (The Safebook of Johor) that was handwritten by Dato’ Onn Jaafar himself during your visit there.
Address: JKR 525 Jalan Dato Mohd Shah Gunong Soga Batu Pahat, 83000 Batu Pahat, Malaysia Contact Number: +607-431 7220 Operation Hours: 9.00am-4.30pm everyday(except Friday and Public Holiday)
10. Lovers’ Bridge
The Lovers’ Bridge at Batu Pahat is a celebrated local attraction for tourist especially for dating couples that are in love with each other. The Lovers’ Bridge is situated at Jalan Kampung Segenting in Batu Pahat. It used to be a jetty that was used to for docking of boats for the fishermen in the old days. Now, it has become a romantic spot for dating couples to take a slow stroll on the bridge and revel in the sunset. Some locals believe that after a guy and a lady take a stroll on the bridge, they will fall in love with each other. This could be the explanation why couples like to visit Lover’s Bridge.
Location:95, TL Sg 43, Jalan Kampung Segenting, 83200 Batu Pahat, Johor Malaysia
11. Batu Pahat Street Mural Arts
Street art is fascinating and unrestricted. It is a very illustrious form of art that is spreading quickly all around the world, including Malaysia. One of the tourist attraction in Batu Pahat is Batu Pahat Street Mural Art which highlights the history of the city. You’ll be able to feel the breath of history and appreciate the art work done by a group of enthusiastic young artists when you visit the Batu Pahat Street Mural Art.
Danga Bay – World-class waterfront city where comfort meets nature.
Set amidst a gorgeous setting, Danga Bay is currently transformed into one among many of the signature landmarks of Johor Bahru. Top-notch shopping malls, hotels, marina, fine restaurants, luxury condominium and plenty of activities & events are gathered inside these 450 acres of land.
Besides luxury, Danga Bay showcases also the Johor culture as official residence of sultan Johor. All these attractions are densely connected with main roads, airports and seaports to ensure ultimate convenience. Get delight in the pleasure offered and they assure you get the best urban experience.
How to Get to Danga Bay from Singapore
Singapore to Danga Bay By Private hire MPV, taxi or transport service
Advantages of Using Private hire MPV, taxi or transport Service:
– Faster than coach service. – Direct pick up at your doorstep at any location in Singapore and drop-off at your preferred destination. – The most convenient and fuss free cross-border transfer between Singapore and Malaysia. – No You don’t have to get off from vehicle for immigration clearance. – No don’t have to queue in long lines and alight together with your baggage all the way to reach your destination. – Pick up at your preferred date and time. – Non-sharing private car service
Disadvantage of using Private hire MPV, taxi or transport Service:
– More pricey than coach service.
Private hire MPV, taxi or transport Service great for:
– Families traveling with infants or kids. – Elderly folks who are unable to stand for long to clear immigration. – People who don’t want to share ride with other individual (door-to-door private transfer). – Travel in big group (more than four people) – People who wish to maximize their time to Danga Bay and their budget as well.
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– Hassle especially on peak period and Singapore public holiday and long weekends. – Need to bring all bags down and up twice and queue in long lines for immigration clearance. – You got to get off from bus at JB Sentral and take another Johor Bahru local bus to Danga Bay.
– No direct bus service from Singapore to Danga Bay.
Public bus service suitable for:
– Personal travel or families who are on budget.
Step By Step Guide From Singapore To Danga Bay By Bus
Step 1: Take bus from Singapore to JB Sentral. From Singapore, there are 5 WAYS to arrive at JB Sentral. Select any pick up point below.
Pick up point 1: From Jurong East Interchange
– Board SBS Transit bus service 160 which terminates at JB Sentral. – Departure Time:
5:40am – 11.19pm (Full loop), every 8-17 minutes 11.20pm – 12.00am (Terminate at JB Sentral), every 8-17 minutes
Pick up point 2: From Kranji MRT
– Board SBS Transit bus service 170X which terminates at JB Sentral. – Departure Time:
5:40am – 11.30pm (Weekdays), every 5-13 minutes 5.40am – 12.00am (Saturday), every 5-13 minutes 5.40am – 11.30pm (Sunday), every 5-13 minutes
Pick up point 3: From Woodlands Temporary Bus Interchange
– Board SMRT bus service 950 which terminates at JB Sentral. – Departure Time: 5.30am – 11.30pm (Daily), every 9-14 minutes
Note: – Bus services above can pass through Woodlands CIQ and Sultan Iskandar CIQ (Immigration checkpoints). – At each checkpoints, alight from the bus to clear the customs. need not to board the same bus once clearing customs but you can board any bus of similar service. – Bus frequencies vary consistent with traffic conditions.
Step 2: Board Johor local bus to Danga Bay. From JB Sentral, there are plenty of local buses to take you to Danga Bay. Here’s the entire list.
1.Bus operator: Causeway Link ·Board any of bus service no. 1B, 5B, 7B, 505, 777B, BET1, BET3 or JPO1 2. Bus operator: S&S International ·Board bus service no. S&S 7. 3. Bus operator: Maju ·Board any of bus service no. 221 and 229. 4. Bus operator: City Bus ·Board any of bus service no. 15, 331 5. Bus operator: Kembara city ·Board any of bus service no. 606
Note: – Each fare is different but definitely below RM10. – These buses do not terminate at Danga Bay. Remember to keep a lookout when alighting at Danga Bay.
Hotels near Danga Bay1. Tune Hotel Danga Bay
Tune hotel is found within the centre of Danga Bay, easily accessible to nearby attractions. Transport services to nearby attractions are provided. The hotel provides double rooms, twin rooms, quad rooms and accessible rooms. each room comes with air conditioning, TV, toiletries and complimentary WiFi. room prices are low so it’s best suited for budget travelers. 24 hours security and safety boxes are offered to ensure your stay a safe one. to provide convenience, the hotel has a 7-Eleven which opens 24 hours.
Address: Lot PTB 22819, Jalan Skudai, Mukim Bandar Johor Bahru, 80200 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. Contact: +607 – 232 9010
2. M Suites Hotel Johor Bahru
Ideal for business travelers and leisure as M Suites hotel is well accessed to shopping centers and business centers. The hotel needs just fifteen minutes’ drive from Woodlands Causeway.
Featuring 113 spacious suites with a living room and a dining room, every suite comes with satellite channels and high-speed WI-FI to provide utmost comfort. MAIO Italian restaurant is their on-site restaurant that serves innovative Italian and Mediterranean cuisines. For local and western delights, proceed to Myra bistro where you’ll be able to relish fantastic sea views while eating.
Address: 16 Jalan Skudai, Straits View, 80200 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia Contact: +607 – 221 1000 Email: email@example.com
3. Zoom Inn Boutique Hotel
Stay in Zoom inn boutique hotel to get the most awesome personalized services offered by their attentive employees. Their staffs are 24 hours out there to serve you with all they can. The hotel offers modern rooms starting from standard room, superior twin rooms, deluxe rooms to suites. Trendy facilities and amenities are provided in every rooms. Various offers are available throughout the year. so please visit their official website for additional detailed information to get the best deals.
Address: Unit 7, 8 & 9, Block 7, Danga Bay, Jalan Skudai, 80200 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. Contact: +607 – 237 9323 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Golden Leaf Hotel Danga Bay
For people who are seeking for budget accommodations in Danga Bay, Golden Leaf hotel will be your choice.
Room rates are cheap for all and the rooms are comfortable as well. Simply accessible to Danga Bay’s attractions and WI-FI is available in every corner of the hotel.
Address: 02-01, Blok3, Jalan Skudai, Danga Bay, 80200 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. Contact: +607 – 236 3636 Email: email@example.com
5. Kozi Hotel Danga Bay
As its name indicates, this hotel offers cosy atmosphere and it’s best suited for travelers who area unit searching fora clean and cozy space for relaxation. After all-day working or sightseeing, the rooms provides you with home-like comfort within their spacious room. It’s simply five minutes’ drive from Woodlands checkpoints.
Address: 3, Block 6, Danga Bay, Jalan Skudai, 80200 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia Contact: +607 – 238 9001 / +6012 – 786 7050 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Danga Bay Attraction
Reputed as largest recreation parks in Johor Bahru, Danga Bay boasts several cheap attractions where you’ll be able to build memories which will last for a period of time.
Danga Bay Theme Park
One of them is Danga Bay theme park, a mini theme park that provides over twenty exciting amusement rides including roller coaster, Zamperla pirate ship, Ferris wheel, bumper car, merry-go-round and musical carousels. It’s open daily from 3:00pm to 12:00am.
Danga World Petting Zoo
Opened in 2007, Danga World petting Zoo is housed to over a hundred and eighty species of animals and a few are ready for close contact. The surroundings is clean and well adorned. Visit in between 8:30pm to 10:00pm to get pleasure from the animal show that is performed daily.
To know more regarding the culture of Johor Bahru, visit Rumah Limas which showcases completely different sorts of traditional Malay houses. each is unambiguously designed and some feature cultural shows and arts & crafts exhibition.
Country Garden Danga Bay
Featuring award-wining landscape, the developers of Country Garden Danga Bay have taken this advantage to fill this area with waterfront apartments and wide choices of activities and entertainment.
The beach here is really one amongst the best in Johor Bahru. overlooking the Straits of Johor, this 25km stretches of beach offers superb coastal and gorgeous sea views. And it’s simply five minutes’ drive from Woodlands Causeway Checkpoint.
The bay boasts stunning marina with spectacular waterfront views. The Phoenix Club even provides yacht facilities for dynamic individuals. inside the club, there’s a gymnasium that includes a boxing ring, yoga room and newest gymnasium equipment. For shoppers, bask yourself in the outstanding shopping street and also the commercial shops along the bay.
Tropicana Danga Bay
Developed by Dijaya Corporation Berhad, Tropicana Danga Bay is a world-class residential development that was the first in presenting resort-style living in urban area. easily accessible because it is extremely connected to highways, Senai International Airport, Singapore Changi Airport and sea ports. The area boasts luxury flats, commercial blocks, world-class hotel and a shopping mall. all these buildings are interconnected by sky bridges and well-shaded links. Here, you experience yourself living in nature. The residences are set amidst the luxurious greenery to promote a wholesome way of living. Even the roofs are designed to be greenery to provide a tranquil garden atmosphere. Swimming pool, garden lounge, water maze, tennis court, games room, squash court, gymnasium and even Jacuzzi are offered within this area for a really pampering experience.
Did you know that Tioman Island and its archipelago form a really massive marine park that is home to wonderful array of gorgeous aquatic life? Sounds amazing? The island offers even more than that for an ideal island getaway! What is even more amazing, almost all resorts and hotels on the island come with exceptional snorkeling trip, diving and jungle trekking to bring you nearer to nature. But due to the monsoon season that falls between November and March each year, some resorts are closed within the period. So, do check for the availability when planning your trip. Now, let’s advance to discover the best resort and hotel on Tioman Island!
Japamala Resort boasts thirteen rooms hidden amidst the luxurious tropical rainforest. They mix with nature so perfectly. Whether you get pleasure from staying in treetop chalets, seacliff chalets or penghulu’s house with beach at doorstep, this resort offers you all of them! Besides, all rooms meticulously designed simply to offer you urban comfort at its finest!
Price Starting From: RM980 @ SGD$327 (includes hotel tax & service fee)
Located at the east of Juara Village, 1511 Coconut Grove is one of the first-rate accommodations in the village. The traditionally designed chalets are set against the unspoiled paradise and plenty of guests are astounded by how quaint and clean the chalets were. best of all, they’re only a few steps away from the gorgeous beach!
Price Starting From: RM270 @ SGD$90 (includes hotel tax & service fee)
D’ Kelapa Bar
Good To Know:
Go for rooms with perfect sea view. In some rooms, the sea view is blocked by trees.
Avoid coming over during monsoon season. You may not even get a ferry to reach the island.
There are restaurants located nearby.
For quieter rooms, take the rooms away from the bar.
Featuring outstanding villas such as sea views, garden views to rainforest views, this boutique hotel offers private beach where rich marine life is simply a couple of feet away! With tranquility and serenity of the island, you’ll be able to even enjoy the nature ambiance and discover the superb underwater sights at ease. During the stay, do remember to drop by the nearby village, Tekek for duty free shopping!
Price Starting From: RM522 @ SGD$174 (includes hotel tax & service fee)
Bar / Longue
Good To Know:
Rainforest villa offers a quieter environment. But the Wi-Fi signal is weaker here.
Rooms at the front have a better sea view.
If you don’t want to walk so much, go for rooms closer to the lobby.
Inform the resort of your arrival to ensure getting on the speedboat.
Alcohol is not allowed at the restaurant.
Free water is available here.
There is a jungle walk at the back of the resort where great wildlife can be seen. But the steps are quite steep and lots of mosquitoes around.
Nestled between luxurious rainforest, Minang Cove Resort & Spa boasts two elegant villas and twelve deluxe chalets where the rooms provide you with a balcony overlook the gorgeous sea views. This is definitely an ideal place for an island escapade with loved ones. the nice and cozy hospitality provided will certainly make you feel at home. They even have various exciting activities right at their doorstep!
Price Starting From: RM600 @ SGD$200 (includes hotel tax & service fee)
Restaurant (local & western cuisine)
Jungle trekking (to waterfall & Mukut village)
Campfire on the beach
Good To Know:
Take the beachfront villa located right at the shoreline if you enjoy falling asleep with the calming sound of the waves.
Superior rooms require guests to climb a lot of steps.
Lunch must be ordered before 2 pm. Sometimes it might collide with the return of the dive.
The resort offers buffet dinner with a different theme each day.
No Wi-Fi is provided here.
Wildlife like monkeys and squirrels are normal sight here.
The charm of The Barat Tioman Beach Resort lies in their air-conditioned and comfortable rooms along the unspoiled golden sandy beach amidst the gorgeous Juara Village. There are fifty six spacious rooms in total and every one of them are well-equipped with modern amenities.
Price Starting From: RM280 @ SGD$93 (includes hotel tax & service fee)
Beachfront Barat Restaurant (Asian & Western cuisines)
Padi Dive centre
Wedding receptions & engagement parties
Team building activities
Good To Know:
Inform the resort staff prior to avoid missing the ferry or boat to the resort.
Wi-Fi is quite weak due to remote location.
There is no room service, lifts, concierge and buffet breakfast provided.
Beach towels are available upon request.
You can locate your room using the resort map provided.
Hilltop Seaview Villa is located up on a hill. It is quieter and offers a breathtaking sea view.
In-house movies can be enjoyed in the room. You can request for it upon check-in.
Established in 1985, Impian inn offers twenty chalets including one family room, ten standard rooms, eight deluxe rooms and one attap room. With the calming atmosphere, this is definitely a perfect place for a natural rustic getaway where you’ll be able to have some quiet moments.
Price Starting From: RM177 @ SGD$59 (includes hotel tax & service fee)
Meeting room/seminar room
Good To Know:
Food in the resort is slightly expensive but surely worth it.
Occasionally monkeys will disturb the rooms near to the beach.
Avoid staying in chalets located near the road. It can get quiet noisy with motorcycles zooming by.
Remember to bring insect repellent.
Snorkeling trip is a must here. The underwater coral garden is lively and beautiful.
Located in northern part of Tioman Island, Tioman Dive Resort is a small but cosy resort operated by B&J Diving Centre, that offers professional and quality scuba diving courses to all divers. only eleven rooms are available here. Be quick before they are snapped up by others!
Price Starting From: RM270 @ SGD$90 (includes hotel tax & service fee)
Good To Know:
A great resort for those who enjoy scuba diving very much.
Request for upper floor rooms for more natural They are quieter too.
No lift is provided. Stay on ground floor if you have heavy luggage.
Rooms near to the dive shop have a stronger Wi-Fi signal.
The resort does not serve food but there are many restaurants within walking distance.
The pool is built for scuba diving lessons, not for casual
Indulge in an exquisite holiday with Berjaya Tioman Resort! whether or not you’re searching for adrenaline or relaxation, this 4-star resort got it all covered. Their attentive and caring service will definitely leave you a pleasant and memorable stay.
Price Starting From: RM351 @ SGD$117 (includes hotel tax & service fee)
Marine Park visitations
Shahzan Ballroom (400 pax)
18-hole golf course
PADI Dive Centre
Good To Know:
The resort provides free transfer service from jetty or airport.
Go to the lobby for free flow drinking
If you don’t enjoy eating buffet, there are lots of eateries around, which are within walking distance.
Bring along insect repellent.
Register yourself for snorkeling trip a night before to avoid fully booking.
Beachfront rooms are more expensive but the views are nicer.
Looking for an inexpensive and friendly place to stay in Tioman Island? Aguna Resort should be your definite choice! Set against the rural area of Genting Village, this budget hotel offers rustic yet stunning chalets surrounded by natural beauty.
Price Starting From: RM175 @ SGD$59 (includes hotel tax & service fee)
Good To Know:
The resort is just a 10-minute walk from the jetty.
You can enjoy the freshest mango here as Aguna Resort is surrounded by mango tree.
Beautiful beach is within 5-minute walking distance. Wooden hammocks and tree trunks chairs around are best for watching the sunset.
The resort is near to Tioman Dive Buddy, a dive centre on the island.
You can rent a kayak which is located along the beach.
With a 6-room bungalow and twelve simple nevertheless comfortable chalets, Sri Sentosa chalet is a family run homestay whereby the owner, Aishah is devoted to serve you the best she can. Besides serving authentic local cuisine, the chalet that is extremely close to the beach and waterfall offers you plenty of fun and exciting activities!
Price Starting From: RM108 @ SGD$36 (includes hotel tax & service fee)
Located at Juara Bay, Beach Shack chalet is a excellent place for those who are drawn to the ocean, waves and surfing! With spirited atmosphere and caring customer services, the owner guarantees you a unforgettable vacation while staying on budget. you may even make new friends here!
Price Starting From: RM200 @ SGD$67 (includes hotel tax & service fee)
Stand up Paddling
Bar / Lounge
Good To Know:
Free breakfast is provided.
Book early because there are only 11 rooms available.
Ask the staff to help with the transfer service to and from the harbor.
Hammock is provided in every room.
Books and board games are provided upon request.
All rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with a hot shower.
Cheers chalet is a little chalet situated at the jungle edge of Tekek Village. The rooms offered ranges from single rooms, superior rooms to family room. Every room has elegant boutique design and well-equipped with amenities.
Price Starting From: RM60 @ SGD$20 (includes hotel tax & service fee)
Malacca is an awesome location for anyone trying to immerse themselves in an exceedingly huge variety of centuries-old cultures. One of the most distinguished cultures in Malacca is that of the Peranakan, also referred to as Baba Nyonya, culture.
Peranakan is mixture of two very different cultures that began in the fifteenth century when the Chinese began immigrating to Malaysia and marrying the Muslim Malay ladies.
Nyonya food is a mixture of Chinese and Malay flavors, but also incorporates a flavor that’s clearly distinctive. People are continually asking where to find the most delicious Nyonya food in Malacca.
In this post, we are going to share the 13 best Nyonya restaurants in Malacca that serves the best and most authentic Peranakan and Nyonya delicacies. All of them are affordable, delicious and definitely a must visit when you are in Malacca.
This restaurant, which is fantastically adorned to appear like an authentic Nyonya house inside and out, has been around for quite a while and is treasured dearly by both locals and tourists. Their prices vary from RM12 to RM50 per dish, and are the perfect mixture of sweet and spicy. Their most well liked dishes are the Ikan Asam and Pongteh. They also serve a delicious chendol as an after meal dessert to end off the meal on an awesome high.
Location: 123, Jalan Merdeka, 75000 Melaka, Malaysia Contact Number: +606 – 284 0737
Nancy’s kitchen is a little tough to locate if you are a tourist, however, any local will easily show you the way to get there. it’s a reasonably well-liked place so you will end up waiting in line for a short while or perhaps even have to share a table with strangers.
Their dishes range in price from RM6 to RM35 and have a tendency to be on the spicier side. Their most well liked dishes are the sweet and sour fish and also the buah keluak ayam, and you’ll be able to purchase cendol or kueh for dessert after your meal.
Location: 13, 13-1, 13-2, Jalan KL 3/8, Taman Kota Laksamana, Seksyen 3, 75200 Melaka, Malaysia. Contact Number: +606 – 283 6099 / +6013 – 618 3608
Opening Hours Sundays to Thursdays: 11:00am – 5:00pm Fridays to Saturdays & Public Holidays: 11:00am – 9:00pm Closed on Tuesdays
This authentic and traditional Nyonya restaurant is owned and ran by a sweet lady, Amy, who takes pride in her cooking skills. Her and her team work effortlessly to create every dish to perfection, which might result in a longer than normal wait time. However, their food is extremely recommended by locals and tourists alike. Their dishes range in price from RM12 to RM30.
Their most well-liked dishes are the Ikan Cili Garam and also the Kangkung Kobis Keledek Masak Titik Lemak. The Ikan Cili Garam is a moderately seasoned fish that’s deep fried and subsequently topped with fresh chili paste, while the Kangkung Kobis Keledek Masak Titik Lemak is an ingenious dish that’s solely found at Amy’s.
Location: 75, Jalan Melaka Raya 24, Taman Melaka Raya, 75000, Melaka, Melaka Contact Number: +606 – 286 8819
Kocik kitchen is Halal and is cozy and features a homely feeling to it. They use ancient and truly authentic family recipes that are handed down from one generation to another.
There is less of wait here because it is more of a local spot than a tourist attraction. That also suggests that their prices are more affordable; their dishes are between RM8 and RM30. Their most well liked dishes are their otak-otak and their massive choice of kuehs.
Location: 100, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, 75200 Melaka, Malaysia Contact Number: +6012 – 377 4732 / +6016 – 929 6605
This restaurant is housed within a 5-star hotel and is a higher end restaurant that’s superbly adorned. The prices are a bit steeper here, ranging between RM15 to RM50. They are strictly Nyonya and are not mixed with or influenced by the other cuisines, thus those seeking real Nyonya food should be happy here.
Their most well-liked dishes are Ayam Pongteh, Ikan Goreng Cili Garam, Ikan Gerang Asam, Ayam Buah Keluak and the dishes are served either a la carte or Nyonyan steamboat style. Their signature drink is Asam Boi and is a definite must try when you are there.
Location: Hotel Equatorial Melaka, Bandar Hilir, 75000 Melaka, Malaysia Contact Number: +606 – 282 8333
This restaurant is influenced somewhat by Northern cooking styles and you may need to plan ahead, since the restaurant only has ten tables. Their menu is simple yet flavoursome, and their prices vary from RM10 to RM 25 per dish. one of their most well-liked dishes is the Asam Pedas Fish.
Another widespread dish in cottage Spices is the Sambal Sotong with Petai, that is chili-spiced squids with stink-beans, and it’s both delicious and spicy.
Location: 171, Jalan Merdeka, Taman Melaka Raya, 75000 Melaka, Malaysia. Contact Number: +606 – 283 5040
The locals love this restaurant, that features a stained glass entrance outside and is adorned casually and earthy inside. Their prices begins from as low as RM7.50 for a dish, that makes them somewhat cheaper than other Nyonya restaurants within the area.
Their most well-liked dish is the Chap Chai, which is preserved vegetables, and also the Asam fish. Their chili paste, which is served with the Asam fish, is spicy yet sweet, and extremely delicious.
Location: 138, Jalan Melaka Raya, Taman Melaka Raya, 75000 Melaka, Malaysia. Contact Number: +606 – 282 0285
This restaurant is an authentic, traditional Nyonya house with rare, traditional Peranakan interior decoration, transporting you to completely be immersed within the culture and the food. It’s one amongst many of the restaurants along Jonker Street, Malacca.
Their most well-liked dishes are their calamari fritters and sambal prawns, although they also have set menus that are nice for both individuals and large groups. They are affordable, seeing as you’ll be able to get a meal for 2, as well as drinks, for around RM47.
Location: 107, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Melaka, Malaysia. Contact Number: +606 – 284 5001
This is another fairly secluded restaurant that serves exceptionally delicious Nyonya food that’s largely unknown to the outside world. However, it’s defnitely worth the visit to savor the Nyonya food yourself. It is a coffee shop and serves aromatic and delicious kopi. Despite being a coffee shop, the most well-liked dish here is the Penang style Prawn Mee and Nyonya food.
The Prawn Mee is packed with meat, toppings and noodles and can be purchased for less than around RM4.50, making this cafe affordable.
Location: 371G, Jalan Melor 2, Taman Peringgit Jaya, Melaka, Malaysia. Contact Number: +606 – 283 3619
Opening Hours Daily: 8:00am – 2:00pm Closed on Mondays
Jonker 88 is found on the extremely popular Jonker Street and is a self-service restaurant, which means that you order and carry your food to your table yourself. The prices are very affordable, ranging between RM4.50 and RM10 for the most well-liked dishes. The most well-liked main dishes are the cake Laksa, Nynonya Asam Laksa and the baba salad, which is great for sharing.
The most well-liked desserts are the Baba Cendol with Gula Melaka and also the Baba Durian Cendol.
Location: 88, Jalan Hang Jebat, 75200 Melaka, Malaysia. Contact Number: +6019 – 397 5665
Opening Hours Sundays to Thursdays: 9:30am to 5:30pm Fridays to Saturdays: 9:30am to 8:30pm
Another crowded and widespread restaurant, Donald and Lily’s is a cute and charming little shop serving authentic Nyonya food in Malacca.
The locals love several different dishes there, as they serve a spread of Nyonya food, but their most well liked dishes are the Ayam Pongteh, Mee Siam and Tauhu Goreng. Their shop is small but undoubtedly well worth the visit, and their prices are reasonable.
Location: 16 (Ground Floor), Jalan KSB 1, Taman Kota Shahbandar, 75200 Melaka, Malaysia. Contact Number: +606 – 284 8907
This is a very popular and easy to locate restaurant in Malacca. it’s cozy and adorned in an ancient Nyonya style, adding to the genuineness and culture. Their prices vary from RM8 to RM 45 and the locals love their food. they’re also Halal friendly, which is a plus. Their Asam Fish and Beef Rendang are highly regarded with customers.
Location: 198-199, Taman Melaka Raya, 75000 Melaka, Malaysia. Contact Number: +606 – 283 1966
How To Get To The 13 Best Nyonya Restaurants In Malacca
Private hire MPV, taxi or transport From Singapore to Malacca
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This will help you have an extraordinary trip that’s extremely immersive in the distinctive culture of Malacca. You’ll be able to book the Private hire MPV, taxi or transport online and relax throughout your journey.
Driving From Singapore to Malacca
Driving in your own vehicle can be nice since it allows you to be in control of your own time and allows you to visit wherever you would like. You’ll be able to rent a vehicle for between RM150 and RM400. Do note that when driving a vehicle from Singapore to Malacca, you will have to foot additional costs for parking, fuel (which costs approximately RM25 per trip) and toll fees (which are around RM35).
Local taxis are often overpriced, as the trip is quite a distance. This selection costs around RM200 for a one-way trip and there are usually plenty of options for taxis within the cities. You’ll be able to negotiate with drivers to try and get a hired rate, though not all drivers offer this service.