Johor

Junior Chamber International Iskandar Signs MOU with Forest City 1

The Junior Chamber International Iskandar (JCI Iskandar) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with developers Forest City in Gelang Patah, Johor making them the organisation’s corporate patron for 2018. “This marks the first step in a long relationship to build business opportunities for all and for us to bring more international projects with our international sister chapters and with Forest City,” said 2017 JCI Iskandar President Wilson Ooi. JCI Iskandar

National Housing Policy 2.0

The National Housing Policy (DRN) 2.0 for 2018-2022 is in the final phase of preparation, said Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Minister Tan Sri Noh Omar. “DRN 2.0 is formulated comprehensively with regard to improvements, including new housing industry challenges such as the provision of transit homes for the M40 youth category, design and regulation of the latest housing prices,” he said. DRN 2.0 would involve cooperation from Khazanah

500 Cyclists Participated in ‘Ride for Kimura’ Remembrance 5

Shunsuke Kimura, Kimura-san as he was affectionately known was a 52, Japanese expatriate working in Johor Bahru and an avid recreational cyclist and jogger,  died on 28th November 2017 when a car ploughed into him at 7.29 in the morning while cycling with his friends on Lebuh Raya Sultan Iskandar two days earlier. In memory of his death, cyclists from Johor, Singapore and expatriates from various countries took to the

Dine with Prosperity Among Friends and Family at Wan Li 8

Back by popular demand, Wan Li Restaurant at Renaissance Johor Bahru Hotel is serving Poon Choy, a hand crafted Cantonese Style Fortune Abalone and Dried Seafood Treasure Pot. This popular family dish is not part of the Chinese New Year Set Menu. However it is a favourite among families as it’s considered a complete all-in-one family dish with a plethora of ingredients all in one pot. On 15th February 2018,

Celebrating Lunar New Year at Amari Johor Bahru 8

Executive Chef Simon Tam and new Executive Sous Chef Gina Kanokwan from Thailand have come up with an amazing array of CNY inspired menus this Lunar New Year. Two Great Prosperity Set Menus include an 8 course meal at RM1,200 nett for a table of 10 persons for Great Prosperity with Wealth set and RM1,388 nett for a table of 10 persons for the Great Prosperity with Enormous Wealth set.

Celebrating Love at Amari Johor Bahru

Make arrangements with Amaya Food Gallery’s chefs and servers at Amari Johor Bahru to surprise or celebrate your loved one this Valentine’s Day. Bring back those precious moments or create new ones by hijacking Cupid’s bow and arrow. Treat your significant other with a sumptuous dinner buffet spread on 14th February 2018 at only RM128 nett per person from 6.30pm to 10.30pm. Each lady will receive a rose and a

Renaissance Johor Bahru Hotel Achieves Excellence 1

Renaissance Johor Bahru Hotel announced it has been recognised as 2018 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Award winner in the Top 25 Value for Money Hotels – Malaysia category of the 2018 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice award for Hotels, ranking seventh out of 25. Travellers’ Choice award winners were determined based on the millions of reviews and opinions collected in a single year from TripAdvisor travellers worldwide. In the 16th year of the

Sino-Japanese Lunch Buffet at Le Grandeur 6

Introducing Le Grandeur Palm Resort Johor’s weekend buffet lunch, a fusion of Japanese and Chinese cuisines that will surely tease the local taste-buds. For only RM88.00 for adults and RM60.00 nett for children, dig into the buffet spread consisting of Fried rice, Fried mee hoon, Fresh salads, Japanese beef curry, and many more. Chefs from the famous Sobasei Japanese and Xin Shan Long Chinese Restaurants have created over 100 dishes

Indonesian Add-ons at Café Bld this February 6

Café Bld at Renaissance Hotel Johor Bahru is serving their signature themed weekend buffet this February. The selected theme for this month is Indonesia! Thought to be one of the world’s most colourful cuisines, right after Indian and Malay foods of course, Indonesian delicacies have a distinct character like no other. Popular savoury and spicy dishes such as Nasi Ayam Penyet (Smashed Chicken with Rice) and Mee Bakso (Noodles and