Deluxe Puteri Twin Room
- 2D1N stay for 2 for RM125 (up to RM254.40 value)
- 3D2N stay for 2 for RM250 (up to RM508.80 value)
spana-606-6">Hotel at a glance
Built but a stone’s throw away from the Johor-Sinspana-257-6">gapore Causeway, Suria City spana-606-6">Hotel Johor Bahru boasts a conspicuous triangular edifice fronting the main spana-606-6">Hotel building housing 162 guestrooms. The Bunga Padi Coffee House restaurant offers a place to unwind with local and International delicacies while the Ayerspa facility harbours masseuses for traditional Malay massages, foot reflexology, and more. The city spana-606-6">Hotel offers meeting facilities for business purposes and recreational amusement including an outdoor swimming pool for a refreshing dip during sunny days.
Deluxe Puteri Room
- 26sqm room
- Twin bedding
- Max. occupancy: 3 adults OR 2 adults and 2 children aged 12 and below per room. 3rd guest aged 5 and above subject to additional charges
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry service
- Meeting facilities
- Safety deposit boxes
- Wi-Fi in public area
Add-Ons (payable to spana-606-6">Hotel)
- Extra bed with breakfast for guests aged 5 and above: RM50 per person
- Extra bed without breakfast for guests aged 5 and above: RM35 per person per night
- Stay without extra bed with breakfast for child aged 4 and below: Free
- Breakfast for guests aged 13 and above: RM18 per person per day
- Breakfast for child aged 5 – 12: RM12 per person per day
- Refundable deposit for Internet cable: RM20 per cable per day
Johor Bahru, Malaysia: What to see and do
Despite her current standing as the nation’s second largest city after Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru has only recently stirred from her status as a gateway to Malaysia’s various attractions like Cameron Highlands, Butterworth, Malacca, and the capital herself. Unlike her bustling city-neighbour Sinspana-257-6">gapore, Johor Bahru is a stroll past a cluster of shopping malls and spana-606-6">Hotels that sit next to quaint neighbourhoods and shop houses.
Take a stroll down Danga Bay’s waterfront which is “poised to be as scenic and enticing as Sydney’s Darling Harbour”, according to Lonely Planet. Claiming the honour of being the state’s first residential and recreational park district, the coast-side destination hosts the Danga City Mall shopping centre, the Danga Cruise 8 triple-decker, and a fun park which comes alive with the star-lit spana-50-6">skies and gusts of sea breeze.
Consider the menagerie that is the Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple, as you step off Jalan Tun Abdul Razak and into the quietly-glittering interiors of one of Tebrau’s oldest Hindu temples. Guided by the polished surfaces of the sacred grounds, your exploration of this unassuming sanctuary leads you to her prized centrepiece that is Lord Shiva’s lotus. Intricately-designed with prayer beads from Nepal, the former shelter-turned-pilgrim’s sanctuary was said to be inspired from a glass artwork of a Thai wat which was visited by the Guru Bhagawan Sittar.
Riding on the commercial wave which comes with the transformation of the Johor Bahru Central Business District, the theme parks of Legoland, Hello Kitty Land, and Little Big Club offer a bevy of thrilling rides just outside of Johor Bahru. Home to the interactive attractions of the first international theme park in Malaysia, Legoland houses MINILAND, the action-packed LEGO TECHNIC, medieval LEGO KINGDOM, and more. Meanwhile, a short drive offers access to the first Sanrio Hello Kitty Land established outside of Japan, with an array of iridescent displays and engaging activities to occupy fans of the infamous cat. Close by, the Little Big Club hosts six themed play zones containing many iconic characters from HIT Entertainment including Bob the Builder, Thomas and Friends, Barney, and Pingu.