Johor Bahru landmarks

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Johor Bahru, Malaysia, has the following notable landmarks.

Famous landmarks[edit]

Sultan Iskandar Complex

Shopping centres[edit]

The following lists modern shopping centres in Johor Bahru.

Johor Bahru Central Business District (CBD)[edit]

Galleria @ Kotaraya
R&F Mall
  • Johor Bahru City Square
    • Located in the Central Business District along the bustling main road Jalan Wong Ah Fook. Completed in 1998, it consists of five storey of shopping mall, a 36-storey office tower and an underground carpark.


  • Komtar JBCC
    • Also located along Jalan Wong Ah Fook, Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak or KOMTAR is one of the oldest shopping complex in Johor Bahru. Officially opened on March 11, 1979 by the third prime minister of Malaysia, Tun Hussein Onn, KOMTAR consists of a two-storey shopping mall and a 25-storey office tower block. The whole shopping mall area was closed and demolished for rebuilding in 2013 and was renamed Komtar JBCC after completion in 2014.
  • Galleria@Kotaraya
    • Located along Jalan Trus and next to Johor International Convention Center, it is recently renovated, rebranded and renamed. Before this, it is known as Plaza Kotaraya.

Kota Southkey[edit]

Mid Valley Southkey
  • The Mall, Mid Valley Southkey
    • Located at the Kota Southkey along the Eastern Dispersal Link (EDL), one of the largest shopping center in Johor Bahru. Opened for business in 23 April 2019.
    • Anchor tenant: Sogo, GSC Cinemas


  • The ZON Shopping Mall
    • Located at Stulang Laut water front, it consists of a Hotel (ZON Regency), Ferry Terminal and a Duty Free Zone.[2]

Taman Pelangi[edit]

Pelangi Leisure Mall
  • Pelangi Leisure Mall
    • Located along Jalan Serampang, Taman Pelangi. It was opened with the objective of being an entertainment hub, housing a 5 theatre cinema and a bowling alley.
    • Anchor tenant: Giant Hypermarket
  • Plaza Pelangi
    • Located at the junction of Jalan Kuning, Taman Pelangi and the main road Jalan Terbrau. It is considered as an up market shopping mall during its earlier days.
    • Anchor tenant: Cold Storage (supermarket)

Taman Sentosa and Taman Abad[edit]

KSL City
  • Plaza Sentosa
    • Located along Jalan Sutera, Taman Sentosa. Completed in 1984, it was known as Lien Hoe Complex, changed its name to Plaza Sentosa in 2007 and completed its renovation in 2012.[3]
    • Anchor tenant: The Store (Supermarket/Departmental Store)
  • Holiday Plaza
    • Located along Jalan Dato' Sulaiman, Taman Abad. Completed in 1985, it is a three-storey shopping centre. Prior to the construction of the Johor Bahru City Square, this was the most popular shopping centre. It also has an 18-storey office tower block. Currently well known for its handphone shops and handphone accessories stalls.
  • KSL City
    • Located along Jalan Seladang, Taman Abad. Completed in 2010, it is a mixed residential/commercial/hospitality development consisting D'Esplanade Residence, KSL Resort (a 5 Star Hotel) and a shopping mall. It also have an EXPO hall.[4]
    • Anchor tenant: Tesco (Hypermart)

Taman Johor Jaya, Taman Sri Tebrau and Plentong[edit]

Permas Jaya[edit]

  • ÆON Permas Jaya
  • Permas City

Desa Tebrau[edit]

Toppen Shopping Centre
  • ÆON Tebrau City Shopping Centre
    • Once the largest shopping mall owned by ÆON. Located in Taman Desa Tebrau.
    • Anchor tenant: ÆON
  • Tesco Tebrau City
    • Anchor tenant: Tesco (Hypermart)
  • IKEA Tebrau
    • The third store in Malaysia and largest IKEA store operated in Southeast Asia. Located at Taman Desa Tebrau, operated since November 2017.


Paradigm Mall Johor Bahru
  • Angsana Johor Bahru Mall
  • Paradigm Mall Johor Bahru
    • Operated since November 2017, the largest shopping mall operated in Johor. Famous for exotics and fashionable stuff. Operated by WCT Hartanah Jaya Sdn. Bhd.
    • Anchor Tenant: Parkson
  • Giant Tampoi

Recreational parks[edit]


Places of worship[edit]

Housing estates[edit]


  • Majidee Malay Village
  • Kg. Dato Sulaiman Mentri
  • Kg. Bakar Batu
  • Kg. Tok Siak
  • Kg. Setanggi
  • Kg. Bendahara
  • Kg. Mohamed Amin
  • Kg. Dato Onn

Cemeteries and memorials[edit]

Tanjung Kupang Memorial Park


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