Island, Highlands & Mount

 

Johor is the only state in Malaysia that owns white sandy beaches streching along from the Straits of Malacca to the South China Sea. Its marvelous coastline brings visitors into a world of peace and tranquility where one can experience a splendid holiday at the seaside.

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Desaru Beach
An hour drive from Johor Bharu town, Desaru is popular for its breathtaking 17-kilometer shoreline bordering the South China Sea and tropical forest. Also known as the 'Land of Casuarinas', visitors can indulge in relaxation with casuarina trees along the clean beaches. Besides excellent golf courses, Desaru captures visitors with its Fishing Village Museum at Tanjung Balau, Desaru Fruit Farm and the opportunity to see fireflies at Lebam River.

How to get there
Car
From Johor Bahru, use the Johor Bharu - Kota Tinggi trunk road (45km).
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Pulau Aur

Aur Island or Pulau Aur located 65km off Mersing, Johor is astound with its corals, lagoons and offshore pools. Divers and fishermen try their luck hoping to get some marlins or sailfish outside the marine park island.

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Pulau Rawa

Rawa Island or Pulau Rawa is located 16km off the coast of Mersing, Johor. The crown jewel of Seribuat Archipelago, Raya island is privately owned by the Sultanate of Johor. Rocky and inaccessible islet in the South China Sea, Rawa Island is a unique getaway for relaxing holiday on the breathtaking white coral sand, tall palm trees and coral reefs with neon-coloured fish and other...

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Pulau Sibu

The Sibu Island or archipelago is a cluster of islands comprises Pulau Sibu Besar, Pulau Sibu Tengah, Pulau Sibu Hujung, Pulau Kukus and Pulau Tinggi. Once a Vietnamese refugee camp, the endless stretches of golden beaches and crystal clear blue waters rich in numerous sea caves carved out of rocks provides a tropical escapade from the stressful hectic life.

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