HISTORICAL KOTA TINGGI
About Kota Tinggi
Kota Tinggi is one the districts in Johor, Malaysia. It is situated at the estuary of Sungai Johor and is approximately 40 kilometre from Johor Bahru, the state capital. Kota Tinggi district is located to the south of Peninsular Malaysia and is the biggest district in the Johor with an area of 3,500 square miles. There are 10 small towns in this district with a population of 200,000; and made up of 26 main traditional villages with 117 connecting villages, 29 Felda settlements and 5 new KEJORA townships.
KOTA TINGGI WATERFALL
One of the town’s other attractions is that of the cascading Kota Tinggi waterfall, where its refreshing pools can be enjoyed by entire families. Complete your connection with nature at your choice of firefly parks that line the Johor River, where you can marvel at the mesmerising beauty of these twinkling insects.
GETTING AROUND JOHOR BY BUS
Visitors to Johor Bahru can travel to different places within the city by using its extensive bus service network. The buses have destination boards and mostly operate from Larkin Central or the main bus stops in the city centre opposite of City Square (a shopping mall linked to the Malaysian Customs). The fares for the majority of the buses are relatively cheap and they also cater to travellers who are heading to the outskirts of Johor.