Johor state
Johor state is located in the far south of the Malaysian Peninsula, where Johor state is the southern gateway to Malaysia, Malaysia's third-largest state. The city of Johor Bahru is the capital of Johor Bahru. Johor state has 1300,000 population. Johor state is about 5 hours away from Kuala Lumpur. In addition, is one of the most beautiful states in Malaysia because it contains the most beautiful and beautiful islands and other famous tourist attractions in Malaysia. The capital of Johor Bahru contains several historic buildings, such as the Royal Abu Bakar Museum and the Museum of the Arts. Johor Bahru is famous for its rubber and palm oil plants. One of the most important tourist attractions in Johor Bahru is Desaru beach, which is located southeast of Johor Bahru and is one of the most important tourist attractions in the state. It also has many international hotels, restaurants and local and international cafes. Sailboats and several dives can be rented for scuba diving. Johor Baru is also a popular destination for the majority of the islands around Johor Bahru, a fishing village in the eastern part of the state. The most popular tourist attraction in Johor is the island of sibu, one of the most famous islands in southern Malaysia. Diving, speciality hotels and cruises to neighbouring islands.