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Johor Bahru East Coast Parkway

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Johor Bahru East Coast Parkway

Johor State Route J5
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North end: Kem Majidee
  3 AH18 AH18 Tebrau Highway
E14 Johor Bahru Eastern Dispersal Link Expressway
-- Johor Bahru East Coast Highway
188 Johor Bahru Inner Ring Road
South end: Sultan Iskandar Building (CIQ)
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Johor Bahru East Coast Parkway or the stretch of roads that includes Jalan Bakar Batu, Jalan Pasir Pelangi and Jalan Stulang Baru (Johor state route J5Malaysia.


List of junctions

Km Exit Interchange To Remarks
Tebrau Highway 3 AH18 AH18 TEBRAU HIGHWAY
NORTH
Bandar Sri Alam
Pasir Gudang
Kota Tinggi
Mersing
Kota Tinggi waterfall
Desaru
E2 AH2 AH2 NORTH-SOUTH EXPRESSWAY SOUTHERN ROUTE
Kuala Lumpur
Melaka

SOUTH
Johor Bahru city centre
Woodlands (Singapore)
T-junctions
Kem Majidee T-junctions
Taman Sentosa T-junctions
Kampung Bakar Batu EAST
-- Masai
17 Pasir Gudang

E14 JOHOR BAHRU EASTERN DISPERSAL LINK EXPRESSWAY
NORTH
Kuala Lumpur
Melaka
SOUTH
City centre
Woodlands (Singapore)
T-junctions
Taman Sentosa T-junctions
Taman Iskandar Taman Iskandar T-junctions
Masjid Diraja Pasir Pelangi
Kelab Polo Diraja
Kelab Lumba Kuda Diraja Best 104
Kelab Lumba Kuda Diraja
Istana Tengku Mahkota Johor
Pasir Pelangi WEST
JALAN SERAMPANG
Taman Pelangi
Pelangi Leisure Mall
T-junctions
Istana Pasir Pelangi
Stulang Stulang Beach
Duty Free Complex
T-junctions
Taman Pelangi Taman Pelangi
Plaza Pelangi
T-junctions
EDL FLYOVER
E14 JOHOR BAHRU EASTERN DISPERSAL LINK EXPRESSWAY
Kuala lumpur
Melaka
EDL-SULTAN ISKANDAR BUILDING see also
E14 JOHOR BAHRU EASTERN DISPERSAL LINK EXPRESSWAY


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