Johor, formerly Johore, is the southernmost state of Peninsular Malaysia. Despite its large size, most of Johor is covered with rubber and oil palm plantations, with few historical attractions or natural wonders.
Popular destinations: Johor Bahru
Johor Bahru is the state capital of Johor in southern peninsular Malaysia, just across the causeway from Singapore.
Muar is the second biggest town and district of the state of Johor in southern Malaysia.
Kluang is in the centre of the Malaysian state of Johor. It is geographically located at 110 km north from Johor Bahru, east-southeast of Batu Pahat, west of Mersing and south of Segamat.
Mersing town is located on the east coast of the peninsular Malaysian state of Johor.
Pasir Gudang is a port city and manufacturing hub in the state of Johor, part of the growing metropolitan area around Johor Bahru, just a little way off in the east.
Batu Pahat is in Johor. Exit the North-South Expressway via Air Hitam/Yong Peng or Tangkak/Pagoh and follow the signs to Batu Pahat.
Kota Tinggi is a town in Johor that's famous for the waterfall in the Lombong area.
Popular Destinations in Malaysia