Johor is the southernmost State in the Peninsular Malaysia. The State is bounded on the north by Malacca and Pahang, on the west by the Straits of Malacca, on the east by South China Sea and on the south by Singapore.
The State covers an area of 18,986 sq km. Johor’s highest point is Gunung Ledang.
On the whole, Johors climate is tropical monsoon. The temperature is relatively uniform within the range of 26°C to 27°C throughout the year. During the months of January to April, the weather is generally dry and warm. Humidity is consistently high on the lowlands ranging between 82% to 86% per annum. The average rainfall per year is 2,030 mm to 3,050 mm and the wettest months are from May to December