Johor consists of eight districts: Johor Bahru, Pontian, Batu Pahat, Muar, Mersing, Kota Tinggi, Kluang and Segamat.
Its vast landscape is characterised by plantations of pineapple, rubber, coconut and oil palm on the fringes at which nestle tranquil kampungs and quaint fishing villages.
Retaining much of its natural splendour, the state has miles of golden sand beaches and beautiful offshore islands with clear waters which are excellent for diving. The state is also endowed with several internationally-acclaimed forest reserves. Nature lovers will find the Endau-Rompin National Park located on the Johor-Pahang border an unforgettable experience. This lush and virgin lowland dipterocarp forest is home to several rare and endangered species, including the two-horned rhinoceros. Its hills have been estimated to be nearly 250 million years old.
Johor also has some of the best golf courses in the country.
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