SINGAPORE – A river in Johor Baru will be cleaned up and revitalised in a RM2.5 billion ($928 million) project to turn it into a tourist destination with riverfront cafes, heritage shows and apartments.
All Very ambitious but I wish them great success. The sea front in Johor has been under-utilised in the past and its no secret that water attracts people and investment so I hope that they Give the people of Johor a nice place for them to walk and enjoy the sea views and cafes etc that would enhance the feeling. the good thing about this is that it’s free to walk and enjoy. If you go to any sea side resort in Spain. You will see that they make good use of the boardwalks along the coast and usually around 6pm till 10pm the families go for a walk together and enjoy the atmosphere.
What? would you like to see happen in Johor Bahru along the river or coast line.