The history of modern Johor began under the reign of Sultan Abu Bakar. The accession of His Royal Highness as the Sultan was in 1866 and held the title “Seri Maharaja Johor”. Sultan Abu Bakar introduced the Johor Constitution, which subsequently brought changes in the Johor State administration and it became more efficient. The transfer of the Government’s administrative centre in Teluk Belanga to Tanjung Puteri in 1841 gave positive impact to Johor, especially, in terms of development. The construction of government buildings, police stations, mosques, Court and Grand Palace clearly proved that Sultan Abu Bakar deserved to be called the “Father Of Development Of Johor”. Now, Johor, which is bordered by Melaka, Pahang and Singapore; is one of the fast developing and advanced states in Malaysia.
1. Pemandu Kenderaan H11