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- Private room
Searching for a perfect lodging? It is the best choice! Escape from the hectic city life! You’ll love my place because of the tranquil environment,safe neighborhood and comfy bedroom. My place suitable for couples,solo adventurers and business travellers. This's a home within nature. This house offers free parking for guests as well as free high speed WiFi is provided. Surrounding has convenient stores,cafes,hawker center and etc. Drop me a msg if you've questions! I'll get back to you asap :)
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"Amoris Grand Event Space" is Malaysia's hospitality inspired event space and accommodation destination. It is strategically located in the heart of Muar town. It is easily find by car or Grab Car because it is located beside the main road of Jalan Abdul Rahman, Muar. * Walking distance to 99 Speedmart, Tealive & Vegetarian Restaurant, Restaurant, Mamak Stall, Hardware shop. * 2min to 7-eleven, 24hrs clinic, laundry. * 5-min to Muar Marina Bay. Check out the other rooms in the same unit too!
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Your guide to Muar
All About Muar
Roughly halfway between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysian city of Muar is famous for its diverse architecture and regional cuisine. Here you’ll find everything from traditional temples and mosques — most of which are located along the Muar River — to neoclassical-style stunners like the Muar Syariah Court. The city is known for its coffee, and one good way to experience Muar is to tour the coffee shops and food stalls specializing in local dishes like otak-otak, curried fish wrapped in coconut leaves. Outside of Muar, you’ll find lush, mountainous terrain outside of the city limits in Gunung Ledang National Park, home to mountain hikes and gorgeous waterfalls, such as Puteri Waterfalls.
How do I get around Muar?
The nearest airport to Muar is Kuala Lumpur Airport (KUL), which is over two hours away. From the airport, you can either take a bus or rent a car to reach the city. Within Muar, trishaws, public buses, and taxis are easily accessible, and you can find various coach and ferry services that connect specific locations within the city. In addition, you can rent a car to move around at your convenience. The town is excellent for walking and cycling, as it has flat terrain and bike-friendly lanes.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Muar?
Located near the equator, Muar enjoys a tropical climate that is hot and often overcast. The city experiences plentiful rainfall from April to September. If you prefer warm and dry weather, the best time to visit Muar is between January and May, when the equatorial heat is not too harsh, and there is little to no rain. This period is also the best time for outdoor enthusiasts who appreciate sightseeing, hiking, and recreational parks. From October to March, flowers bloom, adding to the beauty and fragrance of the city. In October, Maur celebrates the Nine Emperor God Festival, offering vegetarian food and traditional dances.
What are the top things to do in Muar?
Gunung Ledang National Park
Located just outside Muar, Gunung National Park is home to Mount Ophir, the setting for a local Malay legend surrounding the failed romance between a fairy princess and Sultan Mahmud Shah. The park is best known for its steep hiking trails. Scenic routes extend along the rocky mountain, offering views of waterfalls.
Sultan Ibrahim Jamek Mosque
Located at the mouth of the Muar River, the Sultan Ibrahim Jamek Mosque is a beautiful white mosque with a blue roof and sky-blue pillars. It is a popular destination for religious pilgrims and art enthusiasts here to admire architecture that combines Western styles with traditional Malay and Arabic influences.
Food Street Jalan Haji Abu
Visit Food Street Jalan Haji Abu (also known as Muar Glutton Street) to taste some of Muar’s best street foods. Local Malay foods, such as asam pedas (spicy and sour fish stew with vegetables), and Javanese dishes, like Nasi Ambeng (rice with various halal side dishes), are Maur’s signature cuisine. After a meal, treat yourself to delicious desserts like the tempeh goreng, a fried Javanese fermented soybean cake served with a hint of coriander.