Johor Bahru, Malaysia · 8 hotels available
17, Jalan Rusa 1, Taman Scientex,Pasir Gudang, Pasir Gudang, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia, 81700
Jalan Tanjong Puteri 1, Tanjong Puteri Resort, , Pasir Gudang, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia, 81700
73 Jalan Intan 13, Taman Cahaya Masai, , Pasir Gudang, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia, 81700
33 Jalan Rusa 1, Taman Scientex, Pasir Gudang, Pasir Gudang, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia, 81700
24, Jalan Semerbak 24 Taman Bukit Dahlia, Pasir Gudang, Pasir Gudang, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia, 81700
Pasir Gudang is an industrial town located in the district of Mukim Plentong, Johor Bahru. It is made up of 100,000 people now. Pasir Gudang was previously founded by a man named Long Abu who originated from Riau, Indonesia. It used to be known as Kampung Pasir Gudang. The name came about through the existence of ‘sand mine’ at Kampung Ulu. Sand or 'pasir' in Malay are dug and stocked in sand pits/stores or 'gudang' in Malay, to be exported to Singapore, hence the name 'Pasir Gudang'.
The people of this city use Bahasa Melayu as their main form of communication. The people in this area consist of all the races such as Malay, Chinese and Indians. Therefore, this language is commonly known by all. Another language that is commonly used is English. These 2 languages help those of different background to communicate despite the differences.
One can take a local flight such as AirAsia or Malaysia Airlines and Firefly and fly to Johor Bahru which is the capital of Johor. From there one may hire a taxi to go to Pasir Gudang. It may be a little expensive as it is quite far.
Those who are driving from Kuala Lumpur may take the North-South Expressway and head south towards Johor. By taking exit 256 it will head directly to Pasir Gudang.
By going to Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, one can get their tickets to Pasir Gudang from many companies. Among the bus companies available are Transnational and also Intercity.
Being the first kite museum in Malaysia, this museum displays the many types of kite available and some that originated from Malaysia itself such as the ‘wau’. Furthermore it has a working windmill that generates electricity to the museum. This museum also hosts the Pasir Gudang International Kite Festival annually.
This resort is located in the city of Pasir Gudang itself. It also has all the facilities for business meets or corporate gatherings. Despite that it is still very comfortable for those who just wish to come for a leisure stay. They have a great range for entertainment as well. Those who love to golf may enjoy their time here as they have their own golf course. This resort is also located far from the busy crowd so by staying here, it will be a guarantee that no disturbances will occur. Moreover they have a fitness centre, pool as well as a spa.
This hotel is one of the closest hotels to Johor Bahru City Centre with the distance of 15.41 kilometres away. There is also a mosque nearby which is very convenient to many Muslim travelers. Furthermore they have many facilities to make the stay more comfortable. They offer Wifi as well to their guest to make staying connected much easier.
Situated in Pasir Gudang itself, it is only 16.66 kilometres away from Johor Bahru City Centre and 16.67 kilometres from Komtar JBCC. Besides that they have great service for their guests. This is a perfect place for those who wish to stay long term in Pasir Gudang. The place is setup to make anyone who stays here feel at home. It is also affordable with a wide range of facilities offered. They also can cater to their guest culinary needs as they can serve their special cuisines.
This hotel is suitable for those who are looking for a hotel that has great facilities, incredible services and at the same time still affordable. The staffs here are multilingual therefore it is a very convenient for foreigners who comes here as they will be able to communicate and assist them with their queries. This place is both suitable for solo travelers as well as for a family.