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Anika Inn

Anika Inn

Offering excellent facilities along with warm, peaceful and very pleasant atmosphere, Anika Inn is the just the place for you in the Johor. 44 guestrooms comprising Superior and Deluxe rooms 2 star, only 5 mins from the Kluang Terminal and 3 mins from Train Terminal. 40 minutes from Changi Singapore Airport, 5 mins from the city centre, and 30 mins from Senai International Airport in Johor. Location It is conveniently located in Kluang, at the heart of the busiest business zone in Johor.

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Location

298- Jalan Haji Manan Taman Lian Seng, Kluang 86000 Johor Malaysia

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  • Things to do
Gunung Lambak - This is the most popular mountain in Kluang where you can easily climb to the top in 2 hrs.

Zenxin Organic Park - This is an organic agriculture park with vegetable and dragon fruit plantation along the road to Air Hitam. The park provides different kinds of recreation activities such as walking and bicycle tours, educational tours, a park cafe, a farm mart, a flower nursery, a meeting room, a function hall and a viewing platform. The food served is halal & admission is free.

Gunung Belumut- Nice place for picnics and waterfalls.

Kahang Low Rise Tea Plantation- One of the non-hilly tea plantations.

Kluang Railway Station -In service since 1915. The railway passes through Kluang town, basically cutting it into two halves. Local residents once said that when the train approaches Kluang Railway station, the entire town stands still, as the main road into town temporarily closes for the train to pass. The station itself withstood the test of time and should be of interest for those who have passion for nostalgic photographs.

Masjid Jamek Kluang - This old mosque is located at Jalan Sekolah, just beside Sekolah Tinggi Kluang. It is very popular among local Muslims for prayers as it can accommodate up to 1,000 people at any one time.

St. Louis Church - Located at the end of Jalan Omar, a few meters away from Kluang Railway Station, it was built in 1964 with its own unique architecture.

Little India - Jalan Stesen is the "Little India" of Kluang. It is lined with shops offering various merchandise catering to the needs and wants of the Indian community, especially sarees, herbs and spices, and also household items. There are also several Indian restaurants offering various Indian cuisines and local food as well as the local –favorite "Teh Tarik".

Old buildings at Jalan Lambak - Next to Jalan Ismail is Jalan Lambak. Nowadays, it is filled with modern businesses like Medan Johbase, but there is still a row of 8 buildings with marks indicating they were built in 1939. The shops' lion mask heads are arranged to face different directions that appear to symbolize specific beliefs of their owners.

Jalan Dato' Teoh Siew Khor used to be the central of Kluang, as the old market and shops were located here. Along the road there is Jubilee Intan Hall which was a historical event hall. It took the center stage of old Kluang. The most prestigious textile shop Nan Yuan Sdn Bhd is also located here.

Jalan Ismail is just located opposite Jalan Stesen. Just like Jalan Stesen, this street is another interesting street because it was occupied mainly by the Chinese traders in some sunset trades. One of them is shoe making. A couple of cobblers with basic equipment continue to produce shoes manually and customers can buy the ready-made shoes on display or request the cobblers to make a pair according to their specification.

The top 10 best souvenirs for a visitor to bring back from Kluang are:

Kluang coffee powder
Dragon fruit
Dragon fruit wine
Tong Huat Cookies
Hand-made straw woven handbag from Air Hitam
Traditional crackers or "Keropok"
Dried fruits
Ceramic pottery like flower vases and jewelery boxes
Crystal glass flowers from Air Hitam
Pickled fruits and vegetables.
Of course, there are a few shopping malls visitors should not miss:

Kluang Parade - Newly opened shopping center in February 2007. MBO Cinema, Karaoke and Bowling Arcade.

The Store, Giant Supermarket and YC Superstore. In order to cover different area of consumers, there are two of "The Store", one is situated at Plaza BCB and the other one is beside Anika Hotel at Jalan Dato Rauf. Giant Supermarkets are located at Taman Intan, Taman Sri Kluang & Kluang Parade. YC Superstore is a local family mart, located at Jalan Dato Hj Hassan.
The business center of Kluang town stretches from Jalan Mohd Lazim to Jalan Dato Hj Hassan. It is also the commercial and finance area of Kluang. Food and beverage outlets situated around here are McDonalds, KFC and Pizza Hut. There are textile and fashion shops like NY Fashion and Nan Yuan 2000. May Bank, OCBC Bank, Bank Islam, CIMB Bank and Bank Muamalat also can be found in this area along with several insurance agencies, electrical shops, eyewear and shoes outlets.
Mansor Toko Batik sells a lot of Malay traditional and Muslim equipment such as batiks, songkoks, kain pelikat, mantras and much more. Just 5 minutes walk from Kluang's bus station and just 10 min from the railway station. Restaurants, cafés, a Muslim prayer hall, and the wooden-antique Kluang Bridge built across the Mengkibol River.
Nan Yuan Sdn Bhd, Jalan Dato. Visitors should not miss this famous shop as they can find some fine textile, curtains and fashion to take home.
Pasar malam
For light, casual shopping, there are roadside stalls, bazaars and night markets around Kluang. A weekly attraction is the colorful, bustling night market or Pasar Malam, found in most neighborhoods on certain days of the week, which stock a bewildering variety of goods, local food and fruits at low prices. Some bazaars sell only agricultural produce and are called Pasar Tani (Farmer's Market). It is fun to visit Kluang Pasar Malam, all kinds of local food and agriculture produce are available here. Pasar Malams operate in different areas and time;

Taman Muhibah on Sunday
Taman Lian Seng on Sunday
Kampung Melayu on Monday Evening 4.00pm onwards
Kampung Melayu on Monday Morning 7.00am onwards (Pasar Tani)
Kampung Paya on Wednesday
Taman Desa on Saturday
Taman Kluang Barat on Tuesday

Dining
Hup Chup Kopitiam - Famous for won ton mee and curry mee.
Old Taste - New experience in Kluang Parade! Pretty nice shop where you can hang out all day. Remember to bring your laptop, they have free wifi for customers.
Coffeetalk - New.
Rail Coffee - New outlet.
PKH Kopi Shop - Try the dry beef stomach with noodles
Kluang Baru - Try botak mee curry.
Lian Seng Garden on the road leading to Niyor. Yean Kee beef stomach with noodles
Kluang Railway Station Coffee Shop - Not only famous for serving roasted coffee, but also their hot toasted bread with home-made kaya(local jam) and/or butter and half boiled eggs as well. They also serve other dishes like nasi lemak. Opens daily from 6.30am to 12.30 noon and from 2.30pm to 6.00pm. Closed on Thursdays and lunch is not served here.
Honeyland, located at Jalan Lambak. Serves Nyonya Kuih, local snacks and cakes. Patrons are pampered with many choices of puffs, deep fried fritters and traditional Chinese Ang Ku Kuih. The café is packed with patrons during high-tea hour.
Yong Tau Fu, at the corner of Jalan Haji Manan. Serves the best Yong Tau Fu in Kluang. It is famous for its fish balls, bean curd, eggplant, bitter gourd, bean curd sheet and chili with fish paste as filling for all their ingredients.
Yean Kee Beef Noodles - The owner doesn't compromise on the soup and hand made rice noodles. The beef is tender and the soup is tasty, clear and without MSG. The beef noodles are served in two styles, dry or soup. What makes it so special is the added peanut, lime and the chili sauce; it just complements well with all the ingredients.
Rong Seri Restaurant - This is one of the new attractions in Kluang. First established in 2003, it serves the best northern Thai food in town. Specialities include Chiang Mai seafood tom yam, fried fish in Rong Seri's Sauce and Thai stir-fried chicken. It is only 15km away from the Ayer Hitam exit off North-South Expressway. Located at No.2, Jalan Cempedak off Jalan Haji Manan, Lian Seng Garden. It is open daily from 6:00pm to 12:30am.
Kluang Rest House - It serves a variety of Western and Chinese style cooking. The place is quite nice & located on a hill side comprising government offices.
Heidi Restaurant - Serves Western cuisine in Kluang. Located along the road heading to Gunung Lambak or Kota Tinggi.
Long Wei Kopitiam, just near to Chong Hwa. The yong tau fu and hand made pork balls are a must try.
Hoover Restaurant - They are famous for their chicken rice and afternoon tea as they has many kinds of kuih such as pisang goreng, popiah and ondek-ondek which is popular in Malaysia. Hoover Restaurant also serve mouth-watering lunch such as Hainanese chicken rice as the owner is a Hainanese. It is located at Kluang Baru. It is also newly named as "Kluang Lim".
Barney's - serves western-styled food and many kinds of delicious dessert.