The Istana Besar and Royal Abu Bakar Museum is the former palace of the Sultan of Johor. It was built in 1866 and is now a museum and cultural institution. One can have a glance at the priceless royal treasures like four-poster teak beds, some of which are still in use in the in the interiors of the palace.
Different rooms have different exhibits, like the Reception Room which contains the Baccarat crystal table and chairs and the Throne Room which has two gilt thrones. The Throne Room is still used by the Sultan of Johor for various royal parties and ceremonies.
Timings: 9 am to 5 pm (Monday to Thursday)
Closed on Fridays Admission fees: Malaysians: RM5.00 (Adult), RM1.00 (Children and student)
Foreigners: USD7.00 (Adult). USD3.00 (Children)
can any indian passport holder , travel daily up and down to singapore from johor bahru in malaysia , holding multiple visa of both the countries. if yes , how much time it will take at boundry for immigration check everytime.
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