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Johor Events

Johor International Convention Centre

Johor International Convention Centre

Johor Bahru is also home to the prestigious and internationally renowned Persada Johor International Convention Centre that is a purpose built conference and exhibition centre right in the heart of downtown Johor Bahru.

The Persada Johor International Convention Centre is built on an area of 3078 square meters including 2 large exhibition halls and 3 exhibitor lounges and is Malaysia's largest exhibition centre south of Kuala Lumpur.

The Persada Johor International Convention Centre is a very popular alternative exhibition and conference centre to the large halls of Kuala Lumpur because of its strategic location bordering the prosperous Singapore.

The comprehensive Johor transportation system assists in making this a very attractive conference location.

Danga Bay Marina

Danga Bay Iskandar Malaysia

As part of Iskandar Malaysia Danga Bay has transformed into a world class marina. It is now firmly established as the starting point for the annual passage to Langkawi sailing event.

The 10 acre waterfront development has 150 berths catering for yachts up to 70m and is now firmly established as an Asean yachting destination.

Johor Event Hotels

As with the other large cities and states of Malaysia Johor Hotels also offer many event, conference, seminar and festival facilities for government organisations, small companies, charities and NGO's of all descriptions and sizes.

The M Suites Hotel located on Jalan Skudai in Johor Bahru is a business friendly hotel ideal for weddings, product launches, meetings, seminars, conventions, exhibitions (MICE) and any imaginable Johor events.

With a capacity to seat up to 400 people in the Millennia Ballroom their helpful staff will assist in arrangements for your special event.

The Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort can cater for your Johor events in one of their many meeting rooms with their Eagle Ballroom capable of catering for up to 500 people this is the perfect location for corporate meetings and conferences.

The trend for business meetings and seminars to be held at luxury resorts continues unabated and The Palm Resort Golf and Country Club located just 3 minutes away from Johor International Airport certainly fits this billing.

Their meeting rooms can accommodate between 10 and 150 people whilst their Olympic Poolside can provide a dramatic function space for up to 1,000 people.

The Thistle Hotel in Johor Bahru provides comprehensive facilities to ensure your Johor events can proceed with minimum fuss and maximum fluency. The Grand Ballroom at the Thistle Hotel Johor is a pillarless function with a capacity to seat up to 600 people and there are 8 further meeting rooms all fitted with state of the art presentation facilities.

The New York Hotel in the state capital is a good Johor events alternative with its two grand ballrooms and two meeting halls that can cater for between 170 and 800 people in a sit down dinner configuration.

The Dorsett Johor Hotel is primed to plan and seamlessly execute your every seminar or corporate event needs and can cater for between 20 and 200 guests.

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?