Johor is Peninsular Malaysia’s southernmost state and is linked to Singapore by a causeway. Johor is the southern most state of Peninsular Malaysia, with a long coastline flanked by the Straits of Melaka on its west and the South China Sea on the east. Johor Bharu, the state capital, sits at the southern tip. Attractions here include golf courses, seafood villages, plantations and nature parks. The east coast of Johor provides access to beaches and islands while the west coast fronts the Straits of Malacca.