A one-stop haven to cater for all, Johor has a myriad of treasures, from the lushes green forest, the scenic view from the mountain, cascading waterfalls, to the magnificent sky scrapers in the city. Explore the state of culture and heritage, and be mesmerised with its beauty and charms.
Long ago, a group of fishermen from Terengganu stopped at a small village near the River Sari estuary, north of Mersing for supplies."
One of the more quieter beaches off the east coast of Johor, Teluk Sari possess its own charms. At low tide you can walk across the sand all the way to two small islands just off shore. This is also the time when you can see clammers busy with their rakes and buckets, collecting fresh, edible clams right off the beach. To Teluk Sari residents, this scene is home but to visitors, this is the idyllic picture of tranquil village life on the east coast of peninsular Malaysia.
Teluk Sari is one of the best places to see the stars with unpolluted, clear night skies, so do stay overnight to enjoy an unforgettable stargazing experience here.
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Visitors from Kuala Lumpur (KL) and Johor Bahru (JB) are advised to exit the highway at Ayer Hitam, although travelers from the south could also use the Simpang Renggam exit. From there, visitors should proceed to the town of Kluang and then head towards Jemaluang then Mersing via Route 50. About 12km from Mersing is the junction to the coastal road. Turn right and travel another 15km where you will pass Kampung Sisek, Kampung Mawar, before you reach Teluk Sari.
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