Call Silka Johor Bahru: +607 360 1000
Silka Johor Bahru
is a value led international chain hotel in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. It has 248 well-appointed rooms that are suitable for families, business and value-conscious travellers.
Located just opposite Tesco Extra Hypermarket (approximately 300 meters away), a short walk away from Giant Plentong Hypermarket and near Jusco Tebrau City, Silka Johor Bahru is less than 20 minutes away from Johor Bahru City Centre and the Singapore border (Woodlands checkpoint). Senai International Airport is 20 kilometres away from the hotel.
Transportation between Silka Johor Bahru and Senai International Airport is available for a fee (There is no midnight / peak hour surcharge):
- Silka Johor Bahru to Senai International Airport (RM120)
- Senai International Airport to Silka Johor Bahru (RM120)
Please call our Front Desk at tel. +60 7 360 1000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
prior to your arrival to make arrangements for this service.
Silka Johor Bahru also has a range of food & beverage outlets, meeting rooms and a banquet hall which cater for all dining, function and event needs. Recreation facilities come in the form of full club facilities which include a sparkling free form swimming pool, well-equipped gymnasium, tennis and squash courts.
(Note to guests: The swimming pool is temporarily closed until 31 July 2017 due to maintenance work)
Silka Johor Bahru is part of the renowned Dorsett Hospitality International group that owns and operates leading hotels in Asia. It constantly receives great reviews from international and local guests for it's high level standards of service and all round great hospitality experience. IMPLEMENTATION OF TOURISM TAX
In compliance with the policy of the Malaysian Government, a Tourism Tax of RM10 flat rate per room night will be imposed on all foreign guests.
This ruling shall be effective as of 1st September 2017 and will be reflective separately in the room bill and/or room rate. The tax is not inclusive of the service charge and GST.
Malaysians are exempted from paying the levy.