Flawed-Democratic Federation of Malaysia
Johor Darul Ta'zimJohor Bahru
Clean and modern twin room, with fan, for the pre-booked steal of only MYR 29.15 or US$ 9.55 per night. Friendly and professional staffClick below for an interactive road map of the Danga Bay Tune Hotel in Johor Bahru, which we would recommend, and for directions:
Exploring the multicultural, bustling (...and spick and span) city centre aka Colonial District of Johor Bahru, 1Malaysia’s second largest city, and visiting Malay, Chinese and Indian religious landmarks: (i) the Victorian Sultan Abu Bakar State Mosque with its four minarets that resemble British clock towers, (ii) the atmospheric Roufo Old Chinese Temple, a Chinese temple believed to be built in 1870 CE by a group of Chinese community leaders led by Tan Hiok Nee, a famous local Teochew businessman, and (iii) the freshly painted, rather disneyesque and squeaky-clean Sri Raja Mariamman Hindu Temple.
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