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United International School is a privately owned international school located in PTD 4523, Batu, 5, Jalan Minyak Beku which is about sixteen minutes away from the town and district of Batu Pahat. Recently opened for student intakes in May 2016, it is placed slightly off the main road before the ferry terminal. The institution is built at an eco-tourism site, as such, it is not far from the natural attractions that could be offered by Batu Pahat. Considering its distinctive design in comparison to the surrounding buildings, without a doubt, this landmark is easy to found when coursing through the area.
The school is also within close proximities to other facilities such as primary schools, mosque, temple, beach, villages and many more. What makes this school unique is that it offers Cambridge International Examination Curriculum with a great blend of the local syllabus and international education methodologies to better prepare students to be competent on a global stage. As such, instead of offering PMR and SPM certifications like other government-funded schools, it offers Cambridge IGCSE and A-Levels instead. In addition to that, the facilities of the school are well-equipped to give the students a holistic environment to study and grow.
People driving from Kuala Lumpur may drive through the North-South Expressway (PLUS) / E2 route exiting at North Yong Peng before continuing the journey through Jalan Yong Peng/Route 24 towards the landmark. The journey could take up to two hours and fifty-five minutes depending on the current traffic situation.
The nearest express bus terminal is located at Jalan Rugayah, Kampung Pegawai. Take the trip directly to Batu Pahat from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) integrated terminal using express bus services such as S&S International Express, Mayang Sari Express and Transnasional Express. From here, hop on a local route bus or taxi to go to the landmark.
Penggaram Square of Batu Pahat is definitely a must-visit landmark in Batu Pahat, where it is here that the Batu Pahat’s name origins get depicted. As legend would have it, in the fifteenth century, the Siamese soldiers were chiselling rocks at the village of Minyak Beku or literally Frozen Oil to collect drinking water after being defeated by the Melaka troops. The chiselled rocks are what giving the land its name. As for the square, the highlight here would be the monument with a fountain depicting chiselled rock that was installed here during the town’s centennial celebration. This square is where most of the annual festivities such as National Day, Eid Fitri and Chinese New Year would be held, while during normal days, people would visit the square for a stroll or fly kites, with stalls around the area selling food and drinks.
Located at 16, Jalan B/H 6, Banang Heights, Batu Pahat City Center, Batu Pahat, this homestay is neatly decorated with an ambient setup to provide a pleasant staying experience suited for families and groups of friends. Facilities include desk, shower, hairdryer, cable television, refrigerator, luggage storage, free Wi-Fi connectivity, parking and close proximities to shops.
The B&S Boutique Hotel is one of the more renowned hotels here, a three-star hotel that can be found at 2-10, Plaza Lian Hoe, 8, Jalan Abu Bakar, Batu Pahat City Center, Batu Pahat. This establishment has a glimmering atmosphere with such romantic setup that comes with facilities such as cable television, desk, hairdryer, minibar, shower, laundry, café, restaurant, meeting facilities, projector, photocopier, terrace, parking, front desk, 24-hour security with multilingual staffs and many more.