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  Sultan Abu Bakar of Johor Summary
Abu Bakar outmaneuvered the governor of the Straits Settlements, Sir Frederick Weld (governed 1880–1887), by signing a treaty in 1885 with Britain, bypassing Weld and the British Colonial Office.
Abu Baker promulgated a written constitution in 1894, a code of laws, and a bureaucratic form of administration.
Sultan Abu Bakar was born on 1833 in Teluk Belanga Singapore.
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  Johor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sultan Abu Bakar of Johor (1864 - 1895) was the one who gave Johor its own constitution and developed its efficient administration system and constructed the Istana Besar, the official residence of the Sultan.
Dishes and cuisine in Johor are influenced by Arabs and the surrounding Malay archipelago.
Tun Sri Lanang, the writer of 'Sejarah Melayu' or Malay Annals was born in Bukit Seluyut, Johor in 1565.
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 Malaysia Hotels DotCC A Malaysian Portal Of Hotel Lodging
Johor covers an area of 19,984 square kilometer, is the third largest state in Malaysia with the population of two million people constitute a representative mix of Malaysia's three main ethnic communities, the Malays, Chinese, Indian and others.
Johor's modern history began with Dato' Temenggong Daing Ibrahim, the son of Temenggong Abdul Rahman, who was a descendant of Sultan Abdul Jalil IV of Johor.
Sultan Abu Bakar gave Johor its constitution, developed its modern administrative system, and constructed the Istana Besar, the official residence of the Sultan.
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 Johor, Malaysia all information | Hotels online | Map | Travels guides | History
Strategically significant, Johor is also at the southern tip of the Malaysian Peninsular surrounded on three sides: to the west by the Straits of Malacca, to the east by the South China Sea and to the south by the Straits of Johor.
Johor has much to offer travelers such as its rich history, colorful culture, shopping and entertainment attractions, with a large number located in Johor Bahru city such as the Royal Museum, the Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque, the Sultan Ibrahim Building and the lstana Bukit Serene.
Johor Lama, historically holds many secrets of the past, particularly since it was once the capital of the Johor Sultanate.
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In Johor the rich mix of culture is reflected in the various places of worship: the magnificent mosques, temples and churches existing side by side.
Johor's modern history began with Dato' Temenggong Daing Ibrahim, the son of Temenggong Abdul Rahman, who was a descendant of Sultan Abdul Jalil IV of Johor.
Sultan Abu Bakar gave Johor its constitution, developed its modern administrative system, and constructed the Istana Besar - the official residence of the Sultan.
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 Johor - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Johor, formerly Johore (Jawi:جوهور), is a state of Malaysia between 1°20"N and 2°35"N. The capital and royal seat of Johor is Johor Bahru, formerly Tanjung Puteri.
Sultan Abu Bakar of Johor(1864 - 1895) was the one who gave Johor its own constitution and developed its efficient administration system and constructed the Istana Besar, the official residence of the Sultan.
The princess also asked the Sultan to bring her seven jars of women’s tears, seven trays of the hearts of mosquitoes and seven bowls containing the blood of the Sultan’s son, all of which the Sultan could not fulfil!
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 Abu Bakar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Abu Bakar, Abubakar, Abu Bakr or Abu Bekr are interchangeable transliterations of a common Arabic name.
Abu Bakr, 13th century Prince of the Mali Empire
Admiral Tan Sri Dato' Seri Abu Bakar bin Abdul Jamal (b.
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 My Far East - Johor
Johor is the third largest (19,984 sq km) and one of the most developed states in Peninsular Malaysia.
It is situated at the southern tip of the peninsula, just across the Straits of Johor from Singapore (with which it is connected by a road and rail causeway).
Johor Bahru is the State Capital, built in 1855 by the late Sultan Abu Bakar.
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 Travel in Johor - Malaysia - Asia - History - WorldTravelGate.net®-   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
In 1855, under the terms of a treaty between the British in Singapore and Sultan Ali of Johor, control of the state was formally ceded to Dato` Temenggong Daing Ibrahim, who began to develop Johor.
The Temenggong was succeeded by his son, Dato' Temenggong Abu Bakar, who was formally crowned Sultan of Johor in 1866.
Sultan Abu Bakar gave Johor its constitution, developed its modern administrative system, and constructed the Istana Besar--the official residence of the Sultan.
www.asiatravelling.net /malaysia/johor/johor_history.htm   (239 words)

  
 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> Johor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
It is the fifth largest state(18,984 km²) of Malaysia.It is the southernmost state in Peninsular Malaysia being South of Melaka, Negeri Sembilan and Pahang and North of Singapore from which it is separated by the Straits of Johor.
Johor currently has five national parks, with a combined area of more than 700 km² and several smaller recreational forest.
Johor also has the third largest mangrove forest reserve in Peninsular Malaysia (167 km²).
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 Abu bakar man sek sultan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Malaysia Bangi, moto ringan SK Data Abu Bakar Baginda Sek of ataupun of the kereta of seperti of the jentera of Selangor.
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 Discount Johor Bahru Hotels Malaysia at Special Rate! : Asia-Discovery.com
Johor Bahru, the capital of Johor State, the third-largest state in the Peninsular Malaysia which covers an area of 19,984 square kilometers at the southern end of the peninsula.
Johor was founded in the early 16th century by the son of Sultan Mahmud Shah, the last Sultan of Malacca, whose state was captured by the Portuguese.
Sultan Abu Bakar was the one who gave Johor its own constitution and developed its efficient administration system and constructed the Istana Besar, the official residence of the Sultan.
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 Johor-Hotels.com: Destinations Guide Johor Bahru Malaysia
Royal Abu Bakar Museum: A favorite spot for shutterbugs, this former palace built in 1866 during the reign of Sultan Abu Bakar, regarded as the 'Father of Modern Johor' is sight with its Anglo-Malay architecture, magnificent dome and distinctive blue roof.
Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque: Perched atop the hill overlooking the Straits of Johor, not far from the Grand Palace, the Sultan Abu Bakar mosque is regarded as one of the most beautiful mosques in Malaysia.
Desaru: Johor's premier beach resort is at Desaru, a magnificent 25 kilometers stretch of sandy beach flanking the South China Sea.
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 johor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The modern Royal house of Johor (or Johore) trace their descent from one 'Aidarus of Aceh in Sumatra, a Sayyid from the Hadramaut in Southern Arabia.
Sultan Mahmud Shah III died in 1811, without Royal heirs and without naming an heir from his surviving sons born of non-Royal wives.
The Regent: Duli Yang Teramat Mulia Pemangku Raja Johor Dar ul-Takzim, i.e.
www.4dw.net /royalark/Malaysia/johor.htm   (862 words)

  
 Johor History @ JohorNet
In 1855, under the terms of a treaty between the British in Singapore and Sultan of Johor, the land of Johor was opened to Chinese settlers from Singapore, and the cultivation of pepper was initiated, bringing Johor its initial economic base.
The Temenggong was succeeded by his son, Dato' Temenggong Abu Bakar, who was formally crowned Sultan of Johor in 1886 and he elevated himself to the position of Sultan.
Sultan Abu Bakar established Johor Bahru(New Johor) as the capital city and began modernizing it.
www.johornet.com /johor-history.html   (534 words)

  
 JOHOR AGRO TOURISM THE SOUTHERN GATEWAY TO MALAYSIA HRH SULTAN ABU BAKA QUEEN VICTORIA HE FATHER OF MODERN JOHOR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
GATEWAY TO MALAYSIA The transformation of modern Johor took place in the 19th century under the reign of HRH Sultan Abu Bakar.
Strategically significant, Johor is also at the southern tip of the Malaysian Peninsular surrounded on three sides : to the west by the Straits of Malacca, to the east by the South China Sea and to the south by the Straits of Johor.
The word Johor itself literally means ‘precious jewel' and is taken from the Arabic word “Jauhar” showing the influence of the early traders.
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 johor9   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Presented with the ceremonial sword of the Sultans of Johor in the presence of the Sultan of Johor, the Sultan of Lingga and Tuanku Ja'afar, by the Governor of the Straits Settlements, 31
Equerry to the Sultan of Johore 1896, Sec.
Johor Bahru), eldest son of Tun Muhammad Tahir bin Raja Bendahara Tun 'Ali, Dato' Bendahara Sri Maharaja of Pahang, by his first wife, Y.A.M. Tengku Cik binti al-Marhum Sultan Ahmad Taj ud-din Halim Shah, daughter of H.H. Maulana Paduka Sri Sultan Ahmad Taj ud-din Halim Shah I ibni al-Marhum 'Abdu'llah al-Mukarram Shah, Sultan of Kedah.
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 Johor Bahru Travel Info - Straits of Johor, JB, J.B., Temenggung Daeng Ibrahim, Sultan Abu Bakar, Tanjung Puteri, 1866, ...
Johor Bahru is a picturesque and idyllic paradise with a laid back lifestyle and still retains its old world charm.
Johor enjoys a rich mix of culture which is evident by the magnificent mosques, superb temples and classic churches that can be found in Johor Bahru.
Johor Bahru is located at 1o29' N 103o44' E. The total area of the city is 185 sq.
www.malaysia-travel-guide.de /johor-bahru.html   (1012 words)

  
 Johor Bahru Darul Takzim
The village of Desaru and the remote and beautiful islands in the South China Sea are favored by vacationers seeking a relaxed and natural holiday environment, while the state's commercial centres attract businessmen from all over the world.
Johor Bahru is a vibrant and exciting commercial city, offering a host of sporting events, a pulsing nightlife, outstanding shopping and accommodations, and a wide array of fine restaurants.
Johor Bahru is linked to Singapore via its 1,056-metre causeway, a dramatic road, rail, and pedestrian link across the Straits of Johor.
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 Sultan Abu Bakar Royal Museum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The museum occupies the Istana Besar (Grand Palace) which was specially commissioned in 1864 by the Father of Modern Johor, Sultan Abu Bakar.
In the early 1990s, Johor's present ruler, His Majesty Sultan Iskandar, decided that members of the public should be given the opportunity to view the Royal Family's collection in a proper museum setting.
Located within the palace grounds, the Royal Abu Bakar Museum is easily accessible from Jalan Air Molek and Jalan Ibrahim.
www.virtualmalaysia.com /destination/view_print.cfm/id/2A6CB3C1-201E-4827-8C0D1E5C72DDBE2E   (228 words)

  
 Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque - Virtual Malaysia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque, which was built atop a small hill next to the Straits of Tebrau and overlooking Singapore, is regarded as one of the most beautiful mosques in Malaysia.
The Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque is regarded as one of the most beautiful mosques in Malaysia, with its amazing combination of Western neo-classical and Islamic architecture.
Sultan Abu Bakar mosque was named after the late Sultan Abu Bakar, the "Father of Modern Johor", who laid the foundation stone in 1892.
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 Tourism Malaysia : Destinations : Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque
On top of a hill in downtown Johor Bahru, overlooking the Straits of Johor and neighbouring Singapore, stands the magnificent Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque, one of the most beautiful old mosques in Malaysia.
The construction of the mosque marked the start of the Johor's modernisation process in 1892, which was commissioned by the "Father of Modern Johor", Sultan Abu Bakar.
The Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque lies in the centre of Johor Bahru, it is on Jalan Sri Blukar (off Jalan Ibrahim).
travel.tourism.gov.my /consumer/destinations/item.asp?item=abubakar   (390 words)

  
 Coral Tours & Limousine Services   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The state capital for Johor is Johor Bahru.
After the fall of Johor Lama (Old Johor) as the old seat of power for the Johor Sultanate around 1587, Johor Bahru emerged circa 1885 under the rule of Sultan Abu Bakar.
Johor Bahru is the gateway for visitors from Malaysia to get to Singapore either via road, rail or ferry.
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 Places of Interest, Johor
Johor has much to offer travellers such as its rich history, colourful culture, shopping and entertainment attractions with a large number located in Johor Bahru city such as the Sultan Abu Bakar mosque, Johor Art Gallery and Pasir Gudang Racing Circuit.
Second only to Johor Bahru, this rapidly expanding town is also considered as the textile capital of Malaysia.
The Royal Sultan Abu Bakar with its extraordinary European design influenced dome is an ideal for photography.
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 Ruminations: Bintan: Memories
But the sultan noticed and went livid with rage, incensed by the fact that a commoner presumed to have him eat her leftovers.
Begging for her life, she told the sultan that it was not she who so desired a taste of the jackfruit, but the baby in her womb.
The Admiral stabbed the sultan as he was borne by servants on a palanquin to the mosque for Friday prayers.
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 SkyscraperCity - Istana Tyersall
Sometime in 1860, the property was purchased by Sultan Abu Bakar of Johor, grandson of Temenggung Abdul Rahman who had negotiated with Raffles the Singapore in 1819.
In his welcoming speech, Sultan Abu Bakar announced the plans for the house had been approved by his late wife, the Sultana, and executed by the Malay architect, Datoh Yayah.
Wong Ah Fook from Johore, and the upholstery was provided by John Little and Co., the “finest Store East of Suez.” Once home to drag hunts until the sultry weather outdid the imported English hounds, New Tyersall was destroyed by a fire reported at 2:45 am on September 10th, 1905.
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 Johor Bahru Things To Do - Travel Guides - VirtualTourist.com
Many Johor Bahru day tours will take you to a pewter factory but the pewter is massed produced and the prices are raised for these tourists.
The Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque is one of the most interesting attractions in Johor Bahru.
The Mosque itself was built in the early 1900s by Sultan Abu Bakar.
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 Johor - Wink
Johor possesses a wide range of attractions, from the exciting metropolitan atmosphere of Johor Bahru to the forests of Endau-Rompin Park.
Sultan Abu Bakar of Johor (1864 - 1895) was the one who gave Johor its own constitution...
Majlis Bandaraya Johor Bahru sedang menjalankan operasi jejak ke tempat...
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 Johor Darul Taksim in Malaysia : Town & Districts, Geography & Climate, Economy
It was founded in the early 1500s, by Sultan Ahmad Shah, the heir of Sultan Mahmud Shah, the last Sultan of Malacca before it fell into Portuguese hands.
Most of the higher-class hotels are found in the capital city of Johor Bahru, which is where the bulk of visitors go to each year.
Johor is a tropical state, with a relatively stable temperature within the range of 26°C to 27°C throughout the year.
www.malaysia-hotels.net /johor   (567 words)

  
 Johor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The capital Johor Bahru is linked to Singapore by road and railway.
century under the reign of HRH Sultan Abu Bakar.
The work Johor (precious jewel) is taken from the Arabic word “jauhar” showing the influence of early Arab traders.
www.abcmalaysia.com /tour_malaysia/jhr.htm   (171 words)

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