We are a team of Singaporeans and Johoreans who have either lived in Johor Bahru (Johor Baru, Johore Bahru, Johor Baharu) a good part of our lives or travel across the causeway from Singapore/Johor Bahru frequently.
While the pace of development between Singapore and Malaysia is greatly varied over the past decade, we are still fond of the many attractions in Johor Bahru. The food, nature, slower pace of life and of course, the lower cost of living in Johor Bahru allures to us and we are sure you will be able to appreciate some of the things here if you make an occasional trip across the causeway. There are definitely plenty of things to do and sights to savour here, be it shopping for groceries, teeing off at the greens, jogging at the Sultan’s Garden or having your wedding shots taken..
Welcome to limsimi.com, a Johor Bahru website that caters to people across both sides of the bridge (Singaporeans and Malaysians) and beyond. Our aim for this website is to provide updated news on Johor Bahru – nice food recommendations, new hotels and interesting activities. Do share your knowledge with us by submitting your articles to us or posting your comments. We hope to build up an online community here, where people can just come here to read, relate and relax.
Team from Limsimi.com
Lawrence Gan (”Editor-in-chief”)
Lawrence is a Singaporean currently working in an American MNC. He braves the BRIDGE and the QUEUE to JB almost every weekend. In his spare time, he loves swimming, reading books and of course, writing for limsimi.com.
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Favourite phrase: Look forward, be determined in what you want, and you will get there.
Stephen is the BOSS, at least for his own company. Work brings him to various project sites in KL, Brunei, China and Singapore but Johor Bahru is where HOME is. In his spare time, he serves as a counselor for young people.
Florence resides in Johor Bahru all her entire life (she does not wants us to quantify “life” though). She works as a marketing executive in Johor Bahru and her love for shopping will really SCARE you more than surprise you.
Limsimi means “drink what?” in a common Chinese Dialect. It is the common phrase our team members use whenever we meet up for drinks and chat. So.. we decided to name this website limsimi.com, to represent the spirit of casual sharing and discussion!
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