Initially, the ports have been defined simply as places where goods were loaded or unloaded. Over the years, they have evolved from a mere interface between sea and land transport which is known as ports first generation, the present stage of industrial and trade clusters where many services are provided which is known as ports of the third generation.
The Port Tanjung Pelepas of the Pulai River located in the southern tip of Peninsular Malaysia in the state of Johor, nearby the new crossing bridge of Malaysia-Singapore with the length of 1800 meters. Development of the Port of Tanjung Pelepas is a extraordinary state of the art capital design project work carried out on susceptibility and helps transform the river and mangrove area in 1998 in one of the world's container ports the best equipped. it remains one of the significant implementation of VISION 2020 in Malaysia. The marine terminal located at Johor was declared as free zone status and operating its subsidiary Pelabuhan Pelepas Sdn. Bhd. by the Government of Malaysia. The port has driven the rapid development of the region which extends from the state capital of Johor to the west along the Straits of Johor, it has changed the developed area with excellent infrastructure, housing and new fields of industry development.
Secondly, tourism is one of the biggest sector that contributes to a country's development. Ports plays a greater role in nautical tourism. Development of ports in Croatia and the Mediterranean had contributed to the development process of the maritime cities. For the development of nautical tourism and persistently high rate of development, it needs to amended the traditional profile of the ports of the town, transforming them from the ports in the ports for nautical tourism.
Even after thousands of years, these ports did not lose its beauty and values of the city to which they belong. Therefore, it may be ascertained that the ports of the city are the most profitable of all the...