This paper aims to investigate the interrelations among different groups through analyzing the community called “Taman” in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Since 1970s, influenced by the structure change of economy, internal migration were common, each ethnic group has moved from their origin settlements to “Taman” (planned residence area). In the past, each ethnic group tended to congregate and lived together according to their dialect groups. However, there is a specific ethnic quota for the residents in “Taman”. Henceforth, residents of different ethnicity or race would have to live together in a “Taman”. In this paper, we will discuss the relations among Chinese, Malays, and Indians by a case study in Taman Melor in Johor Bahru, Malaysia from 1987 to 2007. To demonstrate this, this article first features the background of the rise of “Taman”. It then investigates the settlement and resident patterns of such planned residence area. Thirdly, examines the flows of housing unit and social organization in the “Taman” to show the interrelations among these ethnic groups. Finally, the article concludes the implications of ethnic relationship of “Taman” in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. The article found that, although the community “Taman” provided a favorable interaction platform for various ethnic, but the interrelations among different groups were confined to intra ethnic group. Therefore, the features of ethnic relationship during the colonial times have been continued.