Thursday, December 18, 2008

The Muar River is a river which flows through the states of Negeri Sembilan and Johor in Malaysia. The river also flows through Muar town.

The river is bridged by two bridges in Muar town. The old bridge, Sultan Ismail Bridge, was built in 1967 to replace the ferry service. The Muar Second Bridge was completed in 2005. There are many minor bridges along the river in Pagoh and Negeri Sembilan.

One of the attractions of Muar River is Taman Tanjung Emas, Muar town's park, which is located at the estuary of Muar river. It is outlined by a picturesque esplanade overlooking the scenic river. The park also houses a 9-hole golf course, which is much visited during the weekends.
There are two Sultan Ibrahim Mosques along the Muar River. The older
mosque, which was built in 1927, has been a major landmark of the town for many years. The Sultan Ibrahim Jamek Mosque is situated in Muar town, on the southern bank of the Muar River. Its design incorporated many British influences due to its construction during the British colonial period. It has a prominent 4-storey minaret in its backyard. The newer Sultan Ibrahim Mosque 2, which is located at the northern bank of the Muar River in Tanjung Agas, is the latest icon of Muar town as well as the river. Completed in 2002, it is also the biggest mosque in town. The second mosque's design is similar to the earlier mosque. Both mosques offer a breathtaking scenery when viewed from the mouth of Muar River.
p.s. and this is the place, where i spend my pleasure time to take a break & release my
tension....!! and one more important thing that i think is very important for a single &
available guy like me is...u can find sooo many cute n attaractive Muar girl here..!!heheheee..


Rizalagogo said...

Muar is not only a place that have a nice view to be visited, it's an old town where in the 60's, you can smells smoke from a lots of 2 stroke lambretta and vespa. Mungkin di muar juga selalu diadakan pertunjukan pentas yang menampilkan artis-artis 60an. Walaupun susah, alangkah indahnya hidup di zaman 60an

along said...

good info about muar...
coz never been there....