Naza Johor Bahru

Address: 17 Jalan Tenteram, Johor Bahru, Johor, 80300, Malaysia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 17 Jalan Tenteram, Johor Bahru, is near Singapore Zoo, Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque, Johor Zoo, and Grand Palace Park (Istana Besar).
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        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Johor Bahru

        What a beautiful city.

        A travel blog entry by stemar81175 on Aug 05, 2015

        ... the botanic gardens,orchard road Chinatown and walked home and went to the chinese restaurant in the hotel because most of the places nearby are Italian,American or English all we want is authentic chinese. The Singapore pass offers 50 percent off all food purchased in the hotel,by the way wifi here is so free and available but alcohol is the new plutonium, a bottle of Aussie wine we pay $15 for is $78 here. At the restaurant ...


        A travel blog entry by patrickinasia on May 31, 2015

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        Karakol is a small and surprisingly interesting town surrounded by spectacular mountains and the pristine and huge Issik-Kul lake. A beautiful old wooden church and a historically interesting mosque are the main sights beside the ever-busy bazar. The cows and sheep on the streets and in the parks are quite cute as well. The town also hosts kyrgyzstans only zoo and a big sunday morning animal market. As you can imagine the animals ...

        Steps are Hard

        A travel blog entry by bwendorff on May 03, 2015

        3 comments, 9 photos

        ... around. Fred and I took the elevator up to the garden rooftop and made our way down each floor. The temple had amazing Buddha statues and decorations covering each floor. One floor was even a museum to walk you through the history of how Buddhism started. It was interesting referring it all back to a book I read in high school called Siddhartha, a 1922 novel that deals with the spiritual journey of self-discovery of a man during the time of the Gautama Buddha. As ...

        Bonus visit and collision at Sea!

        A travel blog entry by smallcatfun on Apr 20, 2015

        1 comment, 41 photos

        ... port engine is required to be running in order to use the windlass (I have no idea why Leopard designed it this way, it makes no sense to me!). Unfortunately, I could not get the engine started. Murphy's law - never in mid-day, calm, deep etc. has to be at night, rough weather, close to reef in unfamiliar waters! I tried my best to crank the engine but you have to be very careful with these engines with the salt water cooling systems, as continuous cranking can result in damage to the ...

        A Friendly Face in a Far Away Place

        A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Mar 06, 2015

        34 photos

        ... we finally found it! It turns out if we would have just gone straight instead of setting off on a back-alley adventure we would have run right into China Town. Too funny!

        The street itself was actually packed with people and there were street vendors selling fruits and all sorts of various street food items. Wisely we decided to avoid those stalls and instead made our way to a restaurant that Jim had been to before and proceeded to find a table. All of the ...