|Hotel In Johor - Malaysia
Johor is situated at the southern end of Peninsula Malaysia. It is the third largest state in the country. It was named after the Sungei Johor, which is the longest river in the state. Economically, it is one of the most important states in the country with various large plantations.
They include commodities such as rubber, palm oil, and pineapple. On top of agricultural products, Johor is also becoming an industrial base. It has even developed to become one of the most populated states with Johor Bahru (JB), its capital city, as the second-largest city in Malaysia. A causeway and a railway line connect JB to Singapore, thus making it easier to travel to and from each country.
The city of Johor Bahru sits at the southern tip of the peninsular, and serves as a gateway to and from the island state Singapore via the Causeway. Its hotels and towering malls, including extravagant waterfront developments, cater to weekend shoppers who flock here from Singapore to take advantage of the favorable exchange rates.