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Ulu Tiram

Ulu Tiram[1] is a town in Johor Bahru District, Johor, Malaysia. The town lies along trunk road number three, named Tebrau Highway, at the junction which leads to Ulu Tiram. The trunk road leads on to Mersing in northeast Johor and Kuantan in Pahang.Ulu Tiram is easily accessible through the Tebrau Highway, Jalan Kota Tinggi trunk road, and the Senai-Desaru Expressway.

Ulu Tiram is located approximately 18 km from Johor Bahru to the south and 20 km from Kota Tinggi to the north.


  • History 1
  • Housing Estates 2
  • Tiram Indoor Water Park 3
  • Today's Mall 4
  • Tiram Mart 5
  • Medical amenities 6
  • Memorial Park 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9


Since the 1990s, the urban expansion of Johor Bahru has ended Ulu Tiram's relative isolation and it is now one of the fastest growing suburbs of the city as part of the Tebrau growth corridor. The town hosts a taxi depot which ferries people around Johor as well as to Johor Bahru. The taxi depot hosts a small shopping complex. The town is of little interest; markets and shophouses selling various provisions and accessories constitutes much of the town. The town also hosts a small housing and industrial estate.

Housing Estates

  • Bandar Tiram
  • Felda Ulu Tebrau
  • Taman Bukit Tiram
  • Taman Intan
  • Taman Sri Tiram
  • Taman Ros
  • Taman Mutiara
  • Taman Nora
  • Taman Maluri
  • Taman Gunung Emas
  • Taman Zamrud
  • Taman Dato' Cheelam
  • Taman Puteri Wangsa
  • Taman Desa Cemerlang
  • Taman Bestari Indah
  • Taman Pelangi Indah
  • Taman Bukit Jaya
  • Taman Bistari Indah
  • Taman Putri Park
  • Taman Gaya
  • Taman Berlian
  • Sungai Tiram

Tiram Indoor Water Park

Tiram Indoor Water Park covers about 26,000 square feet (2,400 m2) and is proudly the first water theme park in a shopping complex in Johor. It can entertain up to 1000 people at one time.

The Indoor water theme park which took 6 month to construct cost about RM4 million and is positioned in the ground floor of Today’s Mall, Ulu Tiram and started its operation last August.

Today's Mall

Today's Mall Ulu Tiram is a 3-storey fully air-con contemporary shopping center, covering almost 10 acres (40,000 m2) land. Its gross built up area is approximately 800,000 square feet (74,000 m2). It’s also worth mentioning that this premise provides more than 1,000 free parking spaces, with 24 hours security, made up of 250 shop lots, and areas designated for exhibition, promotion, kiosks, booths, etc.

Tiram Mart

Tiram Mart is a single level hypermarket located in the Town Centre of Ulu Tiram and is attached with the newly completed McDonald's 24-hour Drive-Thru Restaurant. The total built up area of Tiram Mart is 110,000 sq ft (10,000 m2). with a combination of a wet and dry market consisting of around 150 retail shops and kiosks under one roof. A total of 1,000 free car parks are available in the Tiram Mart compound.

Medical amenities

  • Klinik London
  • Klinik Puteri
  • Klinik Katni

Memorial Park

Sanctuary Memorial Park, an upcoming privately owned memorial park is located just besides the Ulu Tiram town centre. With a journey taking only approximately 25 minutes from Johor Bahru, it is the nearest privately own memorial park from Johor Bahru. Situated on top of a hill, set in a tranquil environment, Sanctuary Memorial Park provides a serene final resting place for one's departed loved ones. Sanctuary Memorial Park caters to the diverse needs of a large section of the population. There are burial plots and urn compartments for Buddhist, Taoist, Catholics, Christians and free-thinkers. It's the only private memorial park operator in Johor that provides a dedicated burial area for Catholics and Christians to house their departed loved ones.


  1. ^ "Ulu Tiram". Retrieved 13 Aug 2013. 

External links

  • Trail of blood leads from remote school
  • Catholic Traveller- Ulu Tiram
  • Ulu Tiram: A cameo of life in Malaya at the time of 'The Emergency'
  • Malaysia (Johor) - Factory - Ulu Tiram Industrial Estate
  • Sanctuary Memorial Park
  • Todays Mall Cinema

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