Chaah is a mukim in Segamat District, Johor, Malaysia. It is the southernmost mukim in the region. Chaah comprises of Kampung and Taman Chaah Town, C-Block, Kampung Baru occupants are for the most part Chinese, Kampung Java Malay Kampung, Taman Damai Jaya I and II, Taman Sri Chaah, Taman Orkid, and is encompassed by oil palm ranches. Taman Chaah Baru new Chaah cultivate is 1 to 2 kilometers 0.6 to 1.2 mi from Chaah Town. Around 5 kilometers 3 mi south of Chaah, there is a town named Desa Temu Jodoh.
Set up in the mid 1970s, Desa Temu Jodoh got its name from the excellent wedding function among a substantial number of couples of early pioneers. The quantity of couples wedded amid the wedding service was said to be the biggest around then in Malaysia. The name "Chaah" is gotten from its geological area. Chaah is arranged between mapping of three streams. There are a gossipy tidbits about how the name was instituted. It might be named "Chaah" in light of the fact that the early proprietor of this inward harbor was named Cha Ah Kong.
Further, back in the mid 1960s, Chaah villagers lived along the Sungai Chaah River Chaah. The fundamental transportation was Sampan little pontoon. Sampan is utilized for making a trip to different towns, specifically Batu Pahat which is the closest one. There is a major Indian people group in Chaah. They all begin from the homes. The Indians are well developed individuals at Chaah. A considerable lot of them have possess houses and grounds, some others doing own business, for example, cultivating bela lembu, temporary workers et cetera. Tamils or Indians chiefly live in Taman Muhibbah, Taman Mesra, Taman Mewa, Taman Indah, Taman Damai Jaya and Taman Nesa.