Johor’s capital city of Johor Bahru (JB for short) has been repaved and replanted and is well on the way to rebranding itself after years of being habitually criticised as a dirty and chaotic border town.
Most travellers skip southern Malaysia’s largest city. But for intrepid souls, there’s a handful of worthwhile museums, temples and mosques, shopping and party zones.
If that ain’t your thing, JB also has a Legoland, where ‘everything is awesome’
If anyone tries to pinpoint the Beverly Hills of Kuala Lumpur, Mont’ Kiara would take the spot.
In the past years, the district has matured into a residential enclave, attracting local and foreign families. Nearly 80% of the population at Mont’ Kiara are foreign expatriates.
As Kuala Lumpur’s tribeca of a work- play- live lifestyle, with a myriad of shops, restaurants, activities and international schools, the area is looked upon as its own exclusive township in the city.