Nice, comfort and value for money. The hotel is located very near to the Interchange and famous local food stalls such as Ah See Wantan Noodle, Seaside BBQ Food center.
It is also near to many shopping area.
small town.. with good food. however there are no taxi plying the road.. they work by calling to book.
. so be prepared to save cab driver numbers in you phones.. your hotel should have a list of cabbies and their numbers. There is no Uber or Grabtaxi.. :)
Unfortunately only twice visiting Batu Pahat as a business traveller, and have no opportunity to explore the beauty of Batu Pahat yet.
Batu Pahat is a district in the state of Johor, Malaysia. It lies southeast of Muar, southwest of Kluang, northwest of Pontian, and south of Segamat and the new Ledang district.
The capital of the district is Bandar Penggaram, Batu Pahat. It is the nice place to visit
a town where the main activity in is the morning. Most eating places are open in the morning, with the least food court open at night.
If you're looking for café and restaurant no issue but was more interested in local fare and snacks
Batu Pahat means Stone Chisel. There is a garden in the city with a fountain, On top of the fountain is the carving of a Hand holding a Chisel and pounding on a stone.
The original name of the town is Batu Penggaram. It was a town with the British influent after the 2nd world war.
Might visit for some local foods, eg otak otak & wan tan me. Other than that, not much happening in this city.
Samll town but with different feel at different location. Can go to Fish temple, jetty, Shopping mall or the latest shop are near Liang Ji wanton noodle.
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There are many delicious food sold in Batu Pahat. Options are plenty from breakfast to supper. Prices are also affordable.
Batu Pahat is quite a small but very clean and well maintained town. You can see the people are well-to-do and quality of accommodation and restaurants is high-end but price is low-end.
Real value-for-money and enjoyed it very well. Looked like nightlife is well established too but not much time to explore but could see it a good place for biz men to enjoy a beer and make easily some new friends. People are bit humble though as they think their English doesn't meet our standards but can say communication was no problem. I am sure you wouldn't feel lonely going out for drink as people are friendly and very social
Has many restaurants and food eateries and 2 shopping malls. You need to travel around and explore the town to find good eating places.
Quiet old town that going through transformation. The local food are superb. They also have ferry terminal to go to Sumatera.
People are friendly.
Pantai minyak beku. Summit have cheap DIY shop. BP mall is modern. Plenty of tyre, accessories and car workshop.
Visit the hawker stalls along the main road Jln Rahmat and its branches. The stalls are usually snugged at odd end lot spaces or side lanes.
Enjoy also the chicken rice at the corner shop lot in mid town. For sports, there is the city fringe Bukit Banang golf course. Shopping is ok, not comparable off course with major cities but sufficient for one to get/top up on basic traveler's need - Parkson, Aeon.
Batu Pahat is a short drive if you are travelling up from say Singapore or JB. So it's a nice transit stop.
Probably won't recommend it as a travel destination in itself, as there isn't a lot to do. But the food is not bad at all. And prices of stuff are better than bigger towns. It's a nice town, I like it. But I wouldn't stay for more than a couple of days at most.
Most wonderful thing to do in batu pahat is to find some good massage center and visit chinese templer.
Try to get some recommedation from front desk about the cheap and good massage, there are a lots massage centers in the town.
This is a old town started before the world war. There are many old building in the town area such as the Pos office building, chinese Chamber of commerce, the old Cinema, the old government buildings, the HighSchool BP main hall, the fountain, etc.
A very nice town with many Shopping Centers and eateries conveniently located. The local food are delicious and cheap.
There are many hotels to suit the different types travelers.
A town blended well with old and new facade. A place full of good local cooking delights with many shopping outlets.
You can get plenty of variety of local fruits. A safe place and relaxing pace of life.
Generally, Batu Pahat itself has not much to offer. If not for business, i doubt i will ever go there again.
Simple, lovely developing town, not so crowded, traffic not so congested. Malaysian most famous food is here
Batu Pahat, the capital of Johor. Great place to visit for nightlife bar called Ibeam bar. Food is value for money and people there are friendly too.
You can also buy local delicacies of biscuits just near the bus central.
A small but busy town, mainly locals and hardly see any foreigners. Good place to try local food. A relaxing place.
Eat and shop around the town. Food are delicious and reasonably priced. Visit BP Mall or Carrefour area.
Can visit the newer malls such as MBO and BP Mall. Both have cinemas and supermarkets. If you are more adventurous, can venture around town and look for good food.
Prices are reasonable.
For those who like to shop outside shopping malls, you can stay here for the hotel & to shop, go to Ayer Keroh
SOme of the best food in Malaysia can be found here. (eg: Asam Pedas, Nasi Briyani Gam) Shopping is recommended as there are no jams and are at a good bargain