These are the 15 interesting Johor amazing stories These are 15 interesting stories about Johor that most people don’t know..properly most Johor people don’t know..
Enjoy the following stories..
The Sightings Of Bigfoot
The New Straits Times is publishing details that a "Bigfoot researcher" named Mansur Poh presented them with several "unpublished photographs" of "footprints of the creature" found in the "deep jungles of Ulu Sedili in Kota Tinggi." Mansue reported they were taken by "nature lovers" early in 2006. One is shown above. Read more this JOHOR AMAZING STORIES : Sightings Of Bigfoot
The Johor Bahru Chingay Parade has a 140-year history. The annual Chingay has attracted more than 300,000 people to march around the major roads of Johor Baru..
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The Loving Sisters Mural in Johor That made it into the Malaysia Book of Records.
7-year-old Nur Najwa Alisyah Abdul Rashid and her 3-year-old sister Nur Najiyah Armani are inseparable in real life and their special bond is now immortalized in a record-breaking mural on the wall of a four-storey building.
The portrait mural of two loving sisters painted on the wall of a four-storey building in Jalan Bulatan Bakri in Muar, Johor has just made it into the Malaysia Book of Records (MBOR) today as the Largest Portrrait Mural in the country, Bernama reports.
The Johor Flood
The 2006–2007 Southeast Asian floods were a series of floods that mostly affected Malaysia from 18 December 2006 to 13 January 2007.
The floods affected areas such as Batu Pahat, Johor Bahru, Kluang, Kota Tinggi, Mersing, Muar, Pontian and Segamat have been flooded. The towns of Kota Tinggi and Segamat were completely cut off. Between 60,000 and 70,000 people had been evacuated in Johor itself while food shortage at relief centres had been reported.
The Johor Malaysia Nature Society said researchers spotted less than five seahorses in a seagrass area near an island at the mouth of the estuary, during their survey 2008. The Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) is willing to work with a group of conservationists to save a seagrass bed at Tanjung Kupang which is a habitat of seahorses.
An abandoned bungalow in Danga Bay reputed to be one of the top five spookiest places in Malaysia. Villa Nabila in Danga Bay, Johor is a place filled with mystery and ghost stories. Some paranormal investigators even went missing and only managed to get out of the place after dawn. If you were to search Villa Nabila on the internet, you’ll find there’re more than five stories related to this haunted villa. One of the most interesting stories is that Villa Nabila was previously known as Christine Palace and was owned by a rich white-man , his whole family was murdered by two hit men sent by his other siblings who wanted part of the land. The place has been haunted ever since.
Kemayan City Mall is a well-known abandoned building for its mysterious ghostly accounts especially to local residents in the area of Tampoi Johor Baru. The abandoned building was actually a shopping mall. In late 90s due to the Asian Economic Crisis the construction project was stopped and though the exterior of the complex was complete, the interior was hardly usable.
Various accounts of ghostly sightings and mysterious cases occurred since. Most famously told till now was stories experienced by tourist from neighboring country Singapore. It was about a family who was on their way back to Singapore. Their true life experience was told to the Unit Falaq Syarie Johore. According to the witnesses, while they were on their way to Singapore, they saw the complex which supposedly abandoned earlier was decorated in a glamorous and colourful lights with a lot of peoples came and entering the complex, and it seems something grand was ongoing. Then they stopped by thinking that the complex was finally open for business and since it was still early they planned to have a look inside. What they found was, a grand opening ceremony of the complex was in place with a lot of entertainment and sales. After spending for about half an hour sightseeing in the complex, the family continue their journey to Singapore but stopped by at their relative's house in Kampung Pasir not far from the area for a short visit. The family then told their relatives bout the grand opening and also show them goods which they have bought at the mall. However, they were surprised to see that all goods like T Shirts and other things turn to dry leaves and also missing. Most shocking part was they were told by their relatives that the mall was never been open for business till now and it the buildings has been left emptied for many years...
Naughty sea otter at Sg Tiram Orang asli sea village
This naughty young otter adopted by a Chinese family who harvesting crabs nearby mangrove forest
Sugar gliders are very friendly and fun to play with animals, they love interacting with people and may recognize their owners. Once Sugar gliders recognize their specific owners, you don't have to worry about them escaping and running away. You may bring them anywhere you go using a special pouch and they love it!
Find this cute animal at Mystique Creatures Pet Shop
Captain America ‘patrolling’ Johor Baru goes viral..
Many Johor Baru residents noticed Captain America From the super hero marvels, on his black motorcycle patrolling Johor Baru city area..many children approached him for photos...
Every 4th of May is Star Wars day.
Take in all the Star Wars experiences that Legoland has to offer. Don't miss the new story episode create by Legoland Malaysia every
year..This is your chance to meet your favorite Star Wars characters! Star Wars Days runs till the end of the month,..
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