x The average starting price for a place to stay in Johor Bahru is £21 per night.
8 Jalan Aliff Harmoni 2/3 Taman Damansara AliffGreat 80%
No 14,Jalan Songkit 1 Taman SentosaVery Good 77%
adrienne8 I just finished a month's stay at JB Guesthouse in Johor Bahru and wanted to recommend it highly to other travellers. I initially stayed at Goodies Guesthouse but the location was terrible, my room was really small and I felt really lonely and isolated. After some time I moved to JB Guesthouse which was in a much better location in terms of very close to the Singapore customs entry, downtown JB and a 1 minute walk to lots of really cheap & delicous hawker food stalls, wifi cafes and shops. It was really a great find and very peaceful, convenient and private. The rooms are HUGE and most are self-contained but there is a public kitchen and a washing machine as well. The owner Dave and his partner Joe were also the most caring and helpful people I have met and made my month's stay even more pleasant. Personally, I think JB Guesthouse was heaps better than my stay in Singapore. It was far cheaper and much nicer than living in extremely crowded, cramped and expensive accomodation in Singapore. It really felt like a Home Away From Home and would highly recommend it to anyone who is waiting for their visa to Singapore. Adrienne (Australia)
Fiquetion Was my first homestay, and still fresh in my mind. The kid and his dad. Such a nice family. I can walk to JB city easily, though Uncle lent his bike.
16 Jalan Harimau Taman Abad Johor Bahru 80250 Mala0 60%
43 & 45, Jalan Sutera Tanjung 8/2 Taman Sutera Utama, Skudai0 50%
15 Jalan Bestari 12/2 Taman Nusa Bestari, Skudai0 40%
74, Jalan Ros Merah 2/17 Taman Johor Jaya0 0%
97 Jalan Bestari 1/5 Taman Nusa Bestari, Skudai0 0%
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