Written by Edmund
Have you ever got so bored of your friends suggesting places like Malacca or Port Dickson for a short weekend away? In this segment of #GoCarTravels, we bring you down south to Johor!
Kluang Railway Station, Johor.
Where: Jalan Station, Kampung Masjid Lama, 86000 Kluang, Johor, Malaysia
We heard stuff about getting a really good breakfast at this old railway station so we decided to pop by the station coffeeshop,
Kid you not, this place can be a bit too crowded.
Toasting bread the traditional way. Charcoal toast!
Pretty odd way to have your toast, but you’ll be surprised how well it goes with half boiled eggs.
Nasi Lemak, listed as a healthy breakfast by Times Magazine. Need I say more?
Had such a satisfying meal despite the crowd. No doubt it’s a great place for a classic Malaysian breakfast because even the locals are frequent here.
Mural Art Alley
Murals are quite a hip thing nowadays. Pretty cool that we’ve chanced upon some at this little town.
Where: Jalan Dato Teoh Siew Khor, 86000, Kluang, Johor.
Lots more along the alley but we’ll keep it a mystery. You gotta see for yourself.
The eating never stop. Time for Lunch!
Tangkak Beef Noodles
For those who are a fan of beef noodles, you are in for a treat.
Where: 5, Jalan Langsat, Kluang, Johor
I’m already hungry looking at this.
Now that we’re temporarily stuffed, we head down to Johor Bahru. The main capital of the Johor State
The Johor Palace
The Streets of Johor
Where: Jalan Trus, Johor Bahru
All those walking calls for more food, we’ve found a place for some good duck rice at Skudai, not too far from Jalan Trus,
Skudai Duck Noodles
Where: 29, Jalan Emas Putih Dua, Taman Sri Skudai, Johor Bahru
Braised duck :p
Post meal situation
Before heading home the next day, we decided to spontaneously drop by Singapore for a while.
Till the next entry,
GoCar Fleet Manager