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Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook is located at Jalan Meldrum, Johor Bahru City Cente, Johor Bahru. Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook is near from Johor Bahru City Square within 0.43km. Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook is also located near from others tourist attractions in Johor Bahru such as Johor Old Chinese Temple within 0.35km, Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum within 0.41km and also Sultan Ibrahim Building within 0.47km.
How to Get to Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook
You can come to Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook very easily. You can choose plenty of public transportation to go here such as bus, flight or you can ride your own vehicle.
If you come from Penang for instance, you can travel by bus from Komtar Terminal to Larkin Sentral. There are several buses travelling from Penang to Johor Bahru. Travel from Penang Bus Station to Larkin Sentral will take 7 to 8 hours depending on traffic conditions during that time. You can go to Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook from the bus station with a taxi or Grab car.
You also can come to Johor Bahru by plane. You can choose your preferred flights to go here such as Malaysia Airlines, Air Asia or Malindo Air. If you are coming from Kuala Lumpur, you can take a flight at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to Senai International Airport.
For those of you who want to ride your own vehicle, you can follow the route suggestions by using the PLUS highway for Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook, approximate time to arrive about 4 hours depends on the traffic conditions.
Different Types of Rooms in Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook
Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook has several room types which are Superior Twin Room, Superior Queen Room and Superior King Room. The in-room facilities also provided always in good condition. You need to ask their receptionist if you want to have connecting rooms or family rooms and so on.
Restaurant and Cafes in Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook
There is no restaurant provided in Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook.
Facilities and Activities in Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook
There are plenty of facilities at Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook and always in good condition. While waiting your family members in any public area of this place, you can use Wi-Fi to get some entertainment, not letting yourself bored. Their in-room facilities are also quite good. Just in case, you have questions to ask, their 24-hours receptionist always there to assist in any related matter. If you want to cut your hair or do anything with your hair, you can go to the hair salon in Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook. In addition, you can pamper your body at the beauty salon provided here. No need to carry a lot of money when you are here as ATM is there. In fact, if you forgot to bring your things such as toothbrush and even soap, you can buy it from the grocery and shops provided here. Plus, there is a supermarket near from here. The room is always provided in clean condition and spacy. If you guys forgot to bring enough clothes while here, no need to worry, they provide you laundry services. For those who ride their own car, you can park at the car park provided.
Interesting Places near Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook
Old Chinese Temple - There are some interesting places that you can visit when you are in Johor Bahru which is nearer from Hotel CIQ @ Wong Ah Fook. You can go to Johor Old Chinese Temple, which is just 0.35km from here. It is one of the oldest structures in Johor Bahru. In addition, it is flanked by modern skyscrapers. It is also a place of worship and a symbol of unity among Five Chinese Dialect Groups that are “Teochew”, “Hokkien”, “Cantonese”, “Hakka” and “Hainan”.
Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum - Next interesting place you can go when you are here is Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum, which is located around 0.41km. It is situated in the heart of Chinatown. This museum is about the history of the Chinese community in Johor Bahru. It also contained a true insight of the history and hardship of the Chinese who came to Singapore. Besides that, you can learn about how Johor Bahru was built up through the labour of Chinese immigrants working on pepper and gambier plantations.