Johor Bahru is situated on the tip of the Malay Peninsula and is connected to Singapore via a causeway. Its appeal is its numerous shopping complexes and seafood restaurants, attracting many Singaporeans, and tourists from all over. Night bazaars and street side vendors are commonplace. Malaysian cuisine is globally loved and is capable of tantalizing diverse palates. Make sure to try the best of Malaysian culinary delights while in Johor Bahru. A perfect combination of tall skyscrapers and historical landmarks makes this city a true gem for tourists. Attractions worth visiting are the Royal Museum, the 19th century Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque and their famed zoo.