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Johor Bahru is a vibrant and exciting commercial city, offering a host of sporting events, a pulsing nightlife, outstanding shopping and accommodations, and a wide array of fine restaurants. The city also contains a number of cultural and historical attractions, including the Sultan Abu Bakar mosque, the imposing civic space of the Dataran Bandaraya, the State Secretariat Building, and most notably the Royal Abu Bakar Museum in the Grand Palace. Johor Bahru is linked to Singapore via its 1,056-meter causeway, a dramatic road, rail, and pedestrian link across the Straits of Johor.

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The Port of Tanjung Pelepas

Web Site: http://www.ptp.com.my

The Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP). PTP was officially opened by the Prime Minister of Malaysia on 13 March 2000.

It is located in Tanjung Pelepas (from which the port's name is derived) in the state of Johor, at the Southern tip of Peninsular Malaysia. PTP is destined to become South-east Asia's leading transhipment hub because of its strategic location at the confluence of major international shipping routes. It will also be a haven for port-related industries as PTP will be a free zone with abundant land for distriparks and other warehousing requirements.

Since beginning operations, PTP has surged ahead in attracting regular main line services. In August 2000, PTP secured Maersk Sealand as a stratagic partner with the shift expected to bring an annual volume of 2 million TEUs yearly.PTP was also awarded the 'Best Emerging Container Terminal Award' by Lloyd's List in October 2000 demonstrating the high achievements in PTP's first year of operations.

PTP is now shaping up as the region's most modern port with the latest port equipment and a user friendly state-of-the-art IT infrastructure connecting all port users and relevant agencies to guarantee a fast, reliable and efficient world-class service. We trust you will enjoy your visit to our website. We welcome any queries you might have and look forward to getting your feedback.

PTP's key advantage is that it is a mere 45 minutes from the confluence of the world's busiest shipping lanes. Easily accessible from the Straits of Malacca, PTP is situated on the eastern side of the mouth of the Pulai River in South-West Johor. Occupying 783 hectares, PTP is a naturally sheltered deep water port and is near the Malaysia-Singapore Second Crossing.

Its strategic location enables PTP to capitalise on the rapid development in Malaysia and South East Asia.

PTP's specific advantages:
1    At the doorstep of Johor's dynamic development.
2    Easily accessible via an excellent network of highway and rail links to Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.
3    Adjacent to the same confluence of major shipping routes that sustain Singapore as the world's leading port.
4    Ample space for continuous development well into the next century.
5    Accessible by navigation wholly within Malaysia waters.
6    Deep waters with minimum draft of 15 metres.


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Abu Bakar Royal Museum Johor

Web Site: http://www.gtitec.com.my/museums/johbakar.htm


Said to be one of the finest museums in the world in terms of its ambience and its dazzling display of cultural treasures, the Royal Abu Bakar Museum occupies the Istana Besar, or Grand Palace, built by Sultan Abu Bakar in 1866. The museum was founded in 1990 by Johor's present ruler, His Majesty Sultan Iskandar, and its collection consists of the treasures of the Royal Family. In addition to an extensive art collection, the museum displays the ceremonial regalia, personal memorabilia, furniture, objets d'arts, and cultural artifacts accumulated by the Royal Family over the course of its reign. Its hours are 10am to 6pm daily, except on Fridays when the museum is closed. Admission is as follows: non-Malaysians, US$7.00 (adults), US$3.00 (children under 12); Malaysians, RM5.00 (adults), RM1.00 (children under twelve and schoolchildren in uniform). For further information, contact the Abu Bakar Royal Museum Johor, Istana Besar, 80000 Johor Bahru, Johor. Tel: 07-220351.
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The Second Link

Web Site: http://linkedua.com/linkedua/default.asp

The Second Link refers to the Bridge that spans Malaysia and Singapore and the Malaysian highway that leads to (and from) the Bridge. It is known as the "Second" Link as it is the second land crossing built between the two countries after the Johor Causeway, which was constructed in the 1920s. The Second Link is formally known as the "Malaysia-Singapore Second Crossing", but sometimes called the "Second Crossing" or simply, its Malay equivalent, "Linkedua". It is officially numbered "E3" and is part of the Malaysian national network of highways.

The Second Link brings to you a faster, safer and easier passage to Malaysia or Singapore and back. It comprises a wide and modern bridge as well as stretches of wide and beautifully-landscaped expressways. It was built with your safety, comfort and convenience in mind. Whether you are rushing to keep an appointment or cruising on a pleasure trip, you will surely appreciate the speedy clearance at the customs and immigration checkpoints, the fast and easy mode of payment at the toll plazas, the smooth travel on the wide expressways, and the relaxing atmosphere at the Rest and Service Areas.

The Second Link comprises the following physical components:
a) A twin-deck bridge supporting a dual three-lane carriageway linking Tanjong Kupang in Johor and Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim at Tuas in Singapore.
b) Expressways totalling about 44 kilometres stretching from Tanjung Kupang northwards to as far as Senai, linking seamlessly to Malaysia's North- South  Expressway and the Senai International Airport.
c) The Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) Complex, also known as Kompleks Sultan Abu Bakar (KSAB).
d) Ancillary facilities such as toll plazas, rest and service areas (RSA) and a motorist assistance service known as LINK Ronda.

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