The Old Temple Of Johor Bahru
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Johor Bahru Old Chinese Temple known as Old Temple by the locals, is a Chinese temple located in Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. Located at Jalan Trus, the temple is flanked by modern skyscrapers.
Located in Johor Bahru town city centre along Jalan Trus, the Johor Bahru Old Chinese Temple is one of the oldest standing religious structures in Johor Bahru, and the most visited till today by devotees and visitors alike. Although there are no official records stating when the temple was built,…
Here, you can learn about the roots of the different Chinese dialect groups (Hokkien, Teochew, Cantonese, Hakka and Hainan) that have made Johor Bahru their home!
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“The first glass Hindu temple in the world and the only one in Malaysia. Temple called “Glass” because it’s decorated with glass inside and outside. ”
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“Whether you’re here for the view, the architecture, or God, this mosque is a must-see for all. Built between 1892 and 1990, this Victorian-Moorish design overlooks the Straits of Johor and can admit up to 2,000 worshippers at any given time.”
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Point of Interest
“If you haven’t realized, Taman Sentosa has all sorts of nightclubs suitable for all age groups to have fun. Aruku The Walk is another premium club in Johor Bahru that you can consider to have a quick night fun. For those who prefer to stand among the crowd and enjoy the live performance, this is the place for you! Aruku The Walk often brings in several live bands and entertainers from different places, which makes it really refreshing each time you are at the place. You can also find great food and dessert in the club while you groove to the great performance.”
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“Not long by any stretch, this street is nevertheless worth your walk — if not for the coffee (lots of quaint boutique cafés), then for the heritage. Pre-independence buildings abound on both sides of the street, itself arched by a red and yellow sign that reads, in Mandarin, “Tan Hock Nee Cultural Street” – lest you miss it.”
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