2019 Advanced Research on Applied Mathematics and Applied Science in Engineering
DATES & VENUE
Full Paper Submission Deadline (2nd Batch)
Acceptance notification (2nd Batch)
December 01, 2018 onwards
Final papers submissions Deadline
31st January 2019
5 – 7 March 2019
Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Hotel will be finalized soon.
Johor Bahru (Malaysian pronunciation: [ˈdʒohor ˈbahru]), formerly known as Tanjung Puteri or Iskandar Puteri, is the capital of the state of Johor, Malaysia.
Johor Bahru is located along the Straits of Johor at the southern end of Peninsular Malaysia. It is the southernmost city in the Malay Peninsula. Originally, the city area was only 12.12 km2 (4.68 sq mi) in 1933 before been expanded to over 220 km2 (85 sq mi) in 2000. Johor Bahru has an official demonym where people are commonly referred to as “Johor Bahruans”.
The terms “J.B-ites” and “J.B-ians” have also been used to a limited extent. People from Johor are called Johoreans.
There are many interesting place in Johor Bahru such as ( from Pulai Travel Blog ) :
1. Battery Factory
This hot spot in Johor Bahru was once the Eveready battery factory, hence the name. In the Battery Factory, you can shop around for locally made clothes and vintage accessories. Besides, there are loads of hipster cafes with band performances to satisfy your coffee and chill needs. If you’re into more adventurous activities, then you can check out their mini indoor skate park.
Legoland Malaysia is Malaysia’s first international theme park that has opened in Iskandar Puteri, Johor with over 70 interactive rides, shows and attractions, plus a waterpark that can be visited separately or as part of a package. Nearly everything is hands on, and it’s not just about the bricks. Expect to crawl around, pull yourself up a tower with ropes, ride a dragon-coaster and shoot lasers at mummies. It is also the first Legoland theme park in Asia and sixth in the world upon its establishment
3. Danga Bay
Danga Bay is the largest recreation park in Johor Bahru. Just 7 kilometers from Johor Bahru’s city center, Danga Bay is a popular destination for travellers from Singapore. It is a waterfront community which offers its visitors a wide variety of activities. It will be usually packed with people every weekend in the evenings. You will have the choice of many high end shopping stores as well as fine restaurants
4. Johor Premiums Outlet (JPO)
JPO is a collection of 130 designer and name brand outlet stores. Good news for the shopping lovers where JPO Collection of finest brands in unique outdoor settings and offers impressive savings of 25% to 65% every day. Over at JPO, you can find all sorts of branded and luxurious labels selling at way lower prices than you’d find at their regular retail outlets. Here, you can purchase branded goods from Burberry, Coach, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo, Swatch, and much more.
5. Bazaar Karat
Night markets are very popular with locals and tourists because there is so much to see, eat and buy at reasonable prices, all in the cool, breezy nights of Johor Bahru. Though the bazaar is called ‘Pasar Karat‘ (rusty market), they don’t necessary sell rusty items only. Some stalls sell baby strollers and baby toy cars while other stalls sell some rather special drinks that you can’t really find elsewhere. The vendors are all friendly and totally cool with you trying to bargain for a better price too!
6. Puteri Harbour
Puteri Harbour is home to the southernmost marina on the mainland of continent Asia, making it a must visit destination on the world sailing map. Located at the narrow-most point between Singapore and Johor; known as the Puteri Narrows, Malaysia – lies the breath-taking Marinas at Puteri Harbour. The Public Marina, Private Marina & Mega Yacht Marina can accommodate yachts with LOA up to 90 meters”. Other outdoor activities, Puteri Harbour offers are River cruise and firefly trips, Fishing and diving trips, Watersports ( canoe, kayak, paddle boats, water polo), Joy ride, Banana boat and wakeboard, Bicycle rental and Boating and sailing courses.