BANDAR MAHARANI, MUAR, JOHOR, MALAYSIA
KPJ BMSH is strategically located within Bandar Maharani, Muar – a historical town and the capital of Muar District, Johor, Malaysia. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Malaysia to be visited and explored for food, coffee and historical prewar buildings. Bandar Maharani, Muar was declared as “the royal town of Johor” by Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar Al-Haj; as well as “the ASEAN Cleanest Tourist City Standard Award (ACTCA)” in The ASEAN Tourism Awards 2018.
The town is easily accessible via land, sea and air from various cities and other provinces; including neighbouring countries such as Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand. Patients or Visitors may travel using the land transportation as there are available express bus coaches from Singapore and Hat Yai (south Thailand) and stop at Bentayan Express Bus Station in Bandar Maharani, Muar. Aside that, ferry services are also available on regular basis all the way from Bengkalis and Dumai (located in Sumatra, Indonesia) to Bandar Maharani Ferry Terminal. And not to forget, those who are from Medan Kuala Namu and Pekanbaru, Indonesia are also able to visit Muar for treatment via airplanes which touchdown at Melaka International Airport. For record, Malindo Air has launched 5 flights weekly from Pekanbaru, Indonesia to Melaka in November 2014; followed by Wings Air which has also launched a new route from Medan Kuala Namu, Indonesia to Melaka starting from April 2018, operating on daily basis.
Distances to KPJ Bandar Maharani Specialist Hospital:-
• 2.9km from Bentayan Express Bus Station
• 2.6km from Bandar Maharani Ferry Terminal
• 51km from Melaka International Airport
Foreigners come to Bandar Maharani, Muar for medical/health tourism due to competitive costs of healthcare services, complemented by existence of excellent medical technology and infrastructure. Indonesian tourists leading as the highest number of those seeking for healthcare services in KPJ BMSH followed by tourists from Thailand, Singapore, Cambodia, Myanmar and Vietnam.