When visiting the south of Malaysia and the state of Johor, Danga Bay is a must go. You can find Danga Bay strategically located along Jalan Skudai between central Johor Bahru and the major new developments such as Bandar Nusajaya and the Second Causeway.
Danga Bay covers the waterways at the mouth of Sungai Skudai, Sungai Danga and Sungai Melayu and straits that separate Johor from Singapore. Its waterfront is a scenic and popular spot for lovers with lots of unique and beautiful landscapes.
The next unmistakable attraction – food! It is fast becoming a popular spot for suppers, dinners, lunches. There are so much offered at the Bay Leaf food court, from Malaysian to Italian, Singaporean to Japanese, Chinese cuisines to western food. Visitors who seek the convenience of leisure and food, Danga Bay is the place to go.
Danga Bay is alive with events and activities. Trams carrying passengers for rides around the parks (you can hitch a ride at the Tram Central, there are trams picking up visitors every 8-10 minutes) , youngsters showing off skateboarding and biking stunts, live band singers spicing up the evenings and much more.
Despite having so much stuff at the present time, there are more to come. Danga Bay is said to be continuously developed over 15 years. Danga Bay aspires to bring to focus the significance of water on the Malaysian culture and heritage and the broader value of water as an important lifestyle amenity. It envisions to create communities with water as the central focus.
More pictures below:
Danga Bay unique landscape entrance
Small and beautiful botanical garden inside Danga Bay
Danga Bay leaf symbol