Johor situated at the southern tip of mainland Asia, is Peninsular Malaysia's second largest state made up of eight districts with an area of 19,984 square km. The state's varied landscape from the coast to the mountains and million-year old rainforest and theme parks, old-fashioned style village, bustling city centre and distinctive architecture are a must for visitors.

Johor Malaysia's southern most state bounded by the world's busiest shipping channel, the straits of Malacca, in the west and the South China Sea in the east is known by it's progressive economic and social development to the south is Singapore, separated by the Straits of Johor but linked via 1.2 km causeway.

Well-endowed with natural resources, Johor boasts of beautiful offshore, mystic jungle parks, sandy beaches, lush green golf courses and magnificent historical edifices, friendly and hospitable people and excellent infrastructure all of which contributed to its attractiveness to be the holiday getaway as well as investor's paradise.

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