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Johor Entertainment

Johor Bowling

D Bowl Danga City Mall Johor

If you enjoy a game of ten pin bowling then Johor Bahru has 3 fantastic venues where you can bowl strike after strike to your hearts content.

The Daiman Bowl Bowling Centre is a recently opened venue located in the centre of the Taman Johor Jaya housing estate and there is also the equally impressive Skudai Bowl situated in the Skudai Parade Shopping Complex.

Located within the Pelangi Leisure Mall in Taman Pelangi is the state of the art Ampang Superbowl, it has 32 bowling lanes that utilise the world class AMF bowling machines, ball unit feedback and rating systems.

Johor Karaoke

Music Box Karaoke Zon Johor

If you get your Johor entertainment kicks out of karaoke then there are plenty of venues where you can enjoy singing your favourite Celine Dion or Michael Jackson hits or belt out your favourite Bollywood and Bhangra songs.

In fact these fine establishments can cater for whatever the taste or origins of the music you desire to sing.

Red Box Karaoke Pelangi Plaza Johor

If you have a liking for karaoke and you are staying in the heart of downtown Johor Bahru then look no further than the recognised (Malaysian) brand of the Neway Karaoke conveniently located on level 5 of Johor Bahru City Square Mall.

Other popular karaoke venues in Johor are Loud Speaker Karaoke in Sutera Utama, K-Box Karaoke in Sutera Mall Malaysia, the long established and innovative Disc Laser Karaoke in Taman Sentosa and the Diva Karaoke in Taman Suria.

Johor Cinema

Golden Screen Cinemas Pelangi Leisure Mall Johor

As befitting for a large city like Johor Bahru the entertainment industry provides 3 large cinema complexes such as the Golden Screen Cinema in Pelangi Leisure Mall that has 5 movie screening halls with total 2,361 seats.

The Cathay Cineplexes in downtown Johor Bahru City Square that offers 5 screens through an area of 24,000 square feet. Lastly, the Tanjung Golden Village Complex in Aeon Tabrau City that features the 20m wide megascreen (the largest screen in Malaysia).

Johor Go Cart

Situated 20km north of Johor Bahru is the Permas Go-Kart Club that boasts a 1.43km racing track (the longest karting track in Malaysia) where speeds of up to 160km/h are achievable (in the 125cc karts) on the long straights.

Beginners are welcome to try in 80cc class of kart and the track also hosts many corporate and international events.

Zoo Johor

Johor Zoo

Zoo Johor is located on Jalan Gertak Merah and although it has only been open to the public since 1962 it is actually one of the oldest zoo's in Malaysia dating back to 1928 when it was first opened by Sultan Ibrahim of the Johor royal family.

Admission is cheap at Johor Zoo with RM3 for adults and RM2 for children and it is open daily from 9.00am until 6.00pm.

The bird show is the best reason to visit and it is sure to keep the kids entertained, as it is not a large zoo you can easily see all the animals inside two hours and probably still have time for renting a peddle boat on the small lake inside the zoo.

Popular Johor Reviews

April 30th 2013

Legoland Malaysia

Where is Legoland Malaysia in comparison to its Malaysian theme park peers?

Legoland Malaysia Spy Star Rating

3.5 Out Of 5 Spy Stars
3.5 stars

April 30th 2013

Tropical Inn Johor Baru

Its facade cuts a dominant presence in downtown JB but could the Tropical Inn Hotel impress our independent reviewer?

Tropical Inn Spy Star Rating

2 Out Of 5 Spy Stars
2 stars
November 1st 2011

Thistle Johor Baru

Thistle Johor Bahru, your business class hotel of choice on the outskirts of downtown JB

Thistle Johor Spy Star Rating

4 Out Of 5 Spy Stars
4 stars


Sanrio Hello Kitty

Can Hello Kitty Really Be As Bad As Our Reviewer Has Opined?

Sanrio Hello Kitty Town Malaysia has certainly made a poor impression on this reviewer

Read this view and see if you agree, it seems there are two Hello Kitty camps with one very large vocal group adoring everything there is about this Japanese feline phenomenon, and, those like our reviewer here who thinks it leaves a lot to be desired. Which camp are you in?