Johor Bahru – The capital of the State of Johor, located at the southern end of Peninsula Malaysia. The tour begins from one of the finest mosques in Malaysia, named after the Sultan of Modern Johor, Sultan Abdul Bakar. We will drive past the Royal Mausoleum and stop by to visit a “Kampong” house, a pewter factory and the world’s first Glass Hindu Temple, followed by lunch in a local restaurant. After lunch, we will drive pass the “Istana Besar” of the Sultan of Johor which was built in the 1866 overlooking the Straits of Johor. We will then proceed to Kota Iskandar, located in Nusa Jaya – The new Administration Centre of the Johor State before calling it a day.