Celebrating Our 25th!

About Iskandar Puteri

Iskandar Puteri (formerly known as Nusajaya) is a city in the southernmost part of Malaysia.  Its strategic location within the Iskandar region and proximity to the neighbouring city of Singapore is one of the main driving forces of its potential, where it is poised to become one of the best international connecting hubs in Southeast Asia.    

 

Iskandar Puteri has a developed city infrastructure and transportation network, attracting a wide spectrum of key industries
and businesses, including Government, tourism, education, healthcare, residential and commercial sectors.  Lifestyle and wellness enrichments have also been integrated into the city developments.

 

Well-connected by two international airports and 5 seaports, the area accessibility is greatly enhanced with opening of the Second Link Expressway (20 minutes to Singapore southward) and the
New Coastal Highway (15 minutes to JB city centre)

Around Us & Beyond

EAT & DRINK

HARD ROCK CAFE PUTERI HARBOUR
Hard Rock Cafe Puteri Harbour, situated on the B2 level of the building, is all set to bring a dose of rock and roll to the southernmost city in Peninsular Malaysia! Renowned for its extensive collection of rock memorabilia, such as guitars, costumes, and other iconic artifacts from well-known musicians, this restaurant is known for offering a menu that combines classic American cuisine with a rock and roll flair. Alongside a variety of drinks and cocktails, Hard Rock Cafe provides a unique dining experience that blends great food with a vibrant rock-themed atmosphere.

LES BOUCHONS PUTERI HARBOUR (3-min walk)
Located in the nerve centre of Puteri Harbour, Les Bouchons is amongst the first restaurants to serve French Steak Frites “Steak and Fries”, in typical Parisian bistor décor, overlooking the private marina. 

OLIVE KITCHEN (9-min walk)
Full of spice and very nice, aptly describes the freshly cooked and fragrant food at the Olive Kitchen & Bar, located at the marina front restaurant.   Patrons can enjoy evening drinks paired with exquisite Northern Indian cuisine while watching the golden sunset over the picturesque jetty.

SPICE GRILL RESTUARANT (8-min walk)
Combining traditonal Indian cuisine and classic Western dishes, served in fine dining ambiance by the marina.

ATTRACTIONS & ACTIVITIES

ENERG X PARK (6-min drive)
Plenty to do here, including go-kart, trampoline, obstacle course, wall-jump, spider web and zip line.  The place to the adrenaline rush, and to unleash the excess energy.  

LEGOLAND (7-min drive)

Enjoy a thrilling day at Legoland Malaysia with over 40 rides and attractions spread across 8 different themed zones.  LEGOLAND is a LEGO-theme amusement park with rollercoasters, live shows and amazing attractions.   Legoland Malaysia is Malaysia’s first international theme park.

OUTDOORS

1. DATARAN MAHKOTA PUBLIC SPACE (4-min drive)
This central square of the Johor State administration complex harmonizes Islamic and Malaysian culture and heritage with the natural surroundings. 

2. SIREH PARK- THE RECREATIONAL PARK (13-min drive)
The largest public park and space where you can go jungle trekking and camping.

FRASER INSIDER

MAKAN MAKAN (which translates to EAT!  EAT!  in Malay)

With its vibrant food scene, ranging from the trendiest cafes, freshest seafood, to the most traditional breakfast, all in Johor Bahru.  Hiap Joo bakery pulls a dozen kinds of stuffed buns hot from a wood-burning oven, while the facing Kedai Kopi Kin Wah draws morning crowds for its authentic breakfast, which includes kaya toast (bread with a coconut and egg spread). The menu at the modest Myra Bistro, lists some hard-to-find Johorean specialities.  More time to spare, head to the west coast, in the village of Kukup, where shrimps are served straight from the sea.

 

A "Do You Know?" moment.  Experience the destination like a local. 

BEYOND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

ARULMIGU SRI RAJAKALIAMMAN GLASS TEMPLE 
 An iconic Hindu temple that stands out among the rest in its glistening beauty – both figuratively and literally.  The first-ever glass temple in the world has gone from being just a place of worship to a must-visit attraction in the state.  

JOHOR ANCIENT TEMPLE
Established in the 1800s, this temple is one of the oldest structures in the city and became the symbol of unity among five Chinese ethnic groups of Teochew,  Hoklo (Hokkien), Cantonese, Hakka and Hainanese.  Believed to be the first Chinese temple in Malaysia to be named after a state, the temple’s courtyard being surrounded by high walls exudes calm far removed from the downtown traffic of Johor Bahru.  

RUD KARTING (Racing Underdog)
RUD Karting, or Racing Underdog is known for their professional 840m go-karting track with 16 turns. Especially great for those who often find themselves entering Johor Bahru late in the night, as it operates daily till the wee hours of the morning.

TAN HIOK NEE HERITAGE STREET  
Known as Johor Bahru’s Heritage Food Trail, this street is refurbished to commemorate the heritage of the Straits Chinese and Malays. Some of the buildings and shophouses are kept in their original state. There is a good mix of famous old shops and newly-opened hipster cafes around here. 

UPCOMING EVENTS

F&B Promotions:
1. 23 - 31 December - Christmas Takeaway 
2. 24 December 2023 - Christmas Eve Dinner
3. 25 December 2023 - Christmas Hi-Tea
4. 31 December 2023 - New Year Eve's Celebration