If you have an innate love for “cute” creatures, and perhaps you need to release stress? Get your pettin’ hand ready, because here comes Malaysia’s first official Shiba Inu dog cafe located here in Johor Bahru! Called Shi-ba Cafe, this new animal cafe in Johor Bahru is suited for all generations. Keep reading as we’re about to introduce to you guys this really cute spot!
Shi-ba Cafe Is Your Next Cuteness-Overload Spot
Firstly, Shi-ba Cafe in JB started in February this year and has since been locals’ favorite cuddly-animal spot. Moreover, if you have this wish of caressing such cute creatures then this is your opportunity. Curious to find out the features in this cafe? Keep scrolling along!
Shiba Inus are hunting dogs from Japan known to be smart, good-natured and most importantly adorable! There are 10 of them to cuddle at Shi-ba cafe, which is owned by dog lover Desmond Chong. The cafe occupied the second story of a shophouse and he plans to turn the third floor into a pet hotel.
Entry At Shi-ba cafe
Of course in the name of the cafe, they will serve food. At Shi-ba cafe, entry costs RM 10 for an hour and they will provide free soft drinks. Also, they have other choices of beverages, and food such as Japanese Kutsu Curry and other finger foods. How can you resist a chance to snuggle the animals while sipping on a few drinks?
This animal cafe truly cares and prioritizes well-being so fret not because our fluffy friends are being well taken care of here!
Address: 12-01, Jalan Austin Heights 8/4 81100 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
Operation Hours: 10 AM – 3 PM, 4 PM – 10 PM (Opens Daily)
Entry Fee: RM 10/person
Social Media: Facebook
So come get your coffee and cute animals fix all in one place! Just hop by to Shi-ba cafe, Johor Bahru and we’ll guarantee you won’t wanna leave this place. See you guys in the next post!
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