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Jalan RosMerah Area 1:02
Jalan Bakawali Area 4:05
Jalan Dedap Area 6:28
Jalan Teratai Area 11:00
Jalan Anggerik Area 14:43
Jalan Keembong Area 16:45
Jalan Seroja Area 18:00
Giant Plentong Area 19:40
Jalan Masai Lama 21:30

Taman Johor Jaya was developed by Housing Developer Daiman Development Berhad, a subsidiary of Daiman Group. Construction and development works started in 1983. The first phase of development focused mainly on the construction of single storey terrace houses. Construction of the houses completed in 1987, but residents were initially hesitant to move into their houses due to reports of house break-ins.

Daiman subsequently announced plans in January 1989 to develop the next 3 phases in Anggerik, Dedap and Teratai. Plans were made to build single and double storey terrace houses, shophouses and a sports complex. Development of these 3 phases completed by 1992, and there were some 11,132 residential houses built by then. The then-general manager of Daiman Group, Tan Yeong Kan quoted that the completion of the development phases were fuelled by their company’s cash surpluses with no borrowings.

Development of the Keembong and Seroja phases followed suit between 1992 and 1993. The development of the final phase of Johor Jaya around Jalan Rosemerah Utama began in the mid-1990s and concluded with the construction of build-to-order bungalows in the area to the west of the Daiman Golf Course in 1998.

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