Two Old School Bakery You MUST VISIT @ Old Town of Johor Bahru

It's pity, it seems like all the Traditional Old School Bakeries in Singapore is either closed or upgraded to Machines. It's never easy to find any Traditional stores these days. While I was exploring Johor Bahru a while back, I've heard about this two MUST-VISIT Traditional Bakeries. So I went Bakeries Hopping on my own!
Yes, it is indeed a Must visit at least once in your Life kind of place. The Indian Traditional Bakery, Salahuddin Bakery is still using the Super traditional stove that they have been using since 1937.
 Everything here seems really old school and nice for some pictures for keepsake.
All the publications and photos of their memories were pasted on the at one side of the entire wall at the Bakery shop.
LOCATION- Salahuddin Bakery
No. 26, Jalan Dhoby, 80000,

Johor Bahru

Opening Hours
Mon-Thur, Sat-Sun 8am-2pm
Closed on Fri

Another Traditional Old School Bakery Shop is the Chinese version ones, Hiap Joo Bakery & Biscuit Factory. It is just a short distance away from Salahuddin Bakery, much Singaporean like myself pass by Hiap Joo Bakery sometimes just to buy their popular sponge cakes. It's so super soft and tender, one should not miss it for Breakfast. 
 The Shop has many other choices, towards the Chinese ingredients and methods, they have been operating the Bakery ever since year 1919.
 There are all non-machines workers and still super traditional, from stoving to packing.
 And, this is the version of their stove:

LOCATION- Hiap Joo Bakery and Biscuit Factory
13 Jalan Tan Hiok Nee

Johor Bahru 80000

Closed on Sunday
Opening Hours
Mon-Sat 7.30am to 5.30pm

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