Batu Pahat City Center
Hotel Pintar, H3 Hotel Yong Peng
Bukit Banang Golf & Country Club, Hospital Batu Pahat - Blok Lama
The most popular hotels booked by tourists are Hotel Pintar, H3 Hotel Yong Peng, Lee Hotel, OYO 90724 Rg Hotel, Super OYO 89495 Rich Hotel, Ayer Hitam Hotel, RG Grand Hotel , OYO 90385 H3 Hotel, OYO 89536 Hazris Hotel, Extreme Boutique Hotel
Currently, there are around 43 hotels that you can book in Ayer Hitam Bus Terminal
Ayer Hitam bus terminal is located in Ayer Hitam, which is a stopover town located in Batu Pahat District. The Batu Pahat District is a district in the state of Johor, Malaysia. It lies southeast of Muar, southwest of Kluang, northwest of Pontian, south of Segamat and Tangkak District. The capital of the district is Bandar Penggaram, Batu Pahat. According to the elder people, the name of "Batu Pahat" originated from the well near the Minyak Beku sea side, where the Troop from Thailand has created a water well within rocks at the seaside.
If you are traveling by air, nearest airport is Senai International Airport (IATA: JHB, ICAO: WMKJ) also known as Sultan Ismail International Airport, which is an international airport, which located in Senai, Johor. The airport is located about 1 hour and 20 minutes from Ayer Hitam Bus Terminal.
The North-South Expressway (PLUS) is the best route to take if you are travelling by car. If you are coming from North, exit from Ayer Hitam and you will be driving through 10 minutes of outskirts before arriving Ayer Hitam town. This route is more commonly used and has ample road signs. If you are lost, ask any locals. They will be able to help as the route is not that difficult to take.
There are many major bus lines that run to Ayer Hitam from many major cities including Kuala Lumpur (via TBS Southern Bus Station, commonly known as TBS), Johor Bahru (via Larkin Station), Kuala Terengganu, Ipoh, and Kuantan.
Ayer Hitam is a town famous for ceramic crafts. Many beautiful souvenirs in the form of flower vases, photo frames and home decorative items can be obtained here for a very reasonable price especially if a customer is a proficient bargainer. Another famous place of interest is the Claytan Factory Outlet which produces quality tableware. While shopping for goods, visitors will encounter many small stalls selling popular tidbits such as prawn and tapioca crackers as well as the Otak-Otak.
Also known as a "field", as it is the only field in town. Today, this square has been an attraction with landmarks of hammer, chisel and stone, as a representation of the city of "Batu Pahat", meaning Batu Pahat. In the evening, the area is decorated with light-colored lights.
Coastal area with a nearby lighthouse. Even if you can not get into the lighthouse, you can enjoy the sea breeze while enjoying ais kacang (traditional ice crushed served with red beans and condensed milk) or coffee at the coffee shop there. Here, you can also enjoy the view of the most calm and romantic sunsets in Batu Pahat. You can also see Riau Islands located in Indonesia, across the water.
Live it up at Extreme Boutique Hotel located amidst the wonderful city of Kluang. Situated at one of the most strategic place in Kluang, travellers into Kluang from Batu Pahat or Yong Peng via Ayer Hitam can never miss the hotel. Extreme Boutique Hotel (previously Nagaria Inn) is now refurbished and greets you with a new and improved outlook with a touch of Western-Asian fusion influence. Extreme Boutique Hotel offers comfortable and convenient accommodations in Kluang, make the hotel as your home away from home.
Merdeka Hotel is situated in Kluang, this hotel is about 0.2 km from Kluang Country Club. The hotel provides basic amenities to all guests which includes standard room, family room, private bathroom, parking space and free Internet at the lobby.