The 6 Best Things to do in Kulaijaya District, Johor

November 25, 2021 Leida Jutras

Discover the best top things to do in Kulaijaya District, Malaysia including Gunung Pulai (Mount Pulai), Palm Resort Golf & Country Club, Putuo Village, Johor Premium Outlet, STAGE container park, The Legends Golf.

1. Gunung Pulai (Mount Pulai)

Gunung Pulai Recreational Forest, Kulai 81000 Malaysia
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Gunung Pulai (Mount Pulai)

Reviewed By Feisal_Gh - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

I went there with bunch of friends trying out hiking in Johor. Check in at one of the budget hotels in Kulai for the night. Early morning went to Gunung Pulai recreational forest located 20 minuets drive from our location. You can also stay at some home stays in Gunung Pulai area. The air was cool and refreshing. We ate breakfast with the one of the best nasi lemak stalls there and afterwords start hiking up to starting point. There was a gate to prevent unauthorized vehical going up since there is a communication tower at the top and well guarded by military personnel. After passing the waterfall section further up there we went through the trail section (Hutan Pelajaran). There is a signboard on your right and we went through and up using the trail all the way till the top. In between the peak there is a big boulder area where you can rest awhile before continuing up and reach the top. The trail will merged into the tarmac and the Gunung Pulai sign would be at the first communication tower with some viewpoint of JB and Kulai. Going done was not easy but surely if you have good footing can easily reach the bottom in no time. We stop at the river and waterfall section and took a cool swim and chill for awhile before heading for lunch in Kulai 8Kati. It was a good hike with good friends. Will repeat again.

2. Palm Resort Golf & Country Club

Jalan Persiaran Golf, Off Jalan Jumbo, Senai 81250 Malaysia +60 7-599 6222 [email protected] http://www.palmresort.com/golf-country-club-41.aspx
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4.0 based on 28 reviews

Palm Resort Golf & Country Club

Palm Resort Golf & Country Club is located in Senai, Johor, just 5 minutes’ drive from Senai International Airport, 30 minutes from Johor Bahru city centre, and 45 minutes’ drive from the Singapore causeway. Palm Resort encompasses three 18 hole golf courses, named after exotic Malaysian flora – Allamanda, Cempaka and Melati. It covers 800 acres of undulating hills and scenic lakes that offer varying degrees of challenges. The resort is supported by various facilities for vacationers. They consist of: - 19-bay Driving Range - Clubhouse with food outlets and private function rooms - Spacious and amply-equipped private male and female changing rooms - Golf Boutique

3. Putuo Village

Jalan Kampung Felda Taib Andak, Kulai 81000 Malaysia +60 7-238 9303 http://www.putuovillage.com.my
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4.0 based on 22 reviews

Putuo Village

Putuo Village is a spiritual sanctuary for every soul seeker and people fatigue with the hectic lifestyle. Over fifteen years of strenuous establishment has created an unprecedented destination of Buddhist pilgrimage in Malaysia with the characteristic combination of Buddhism, charity and leisure.

Reviewed By SoonJooK - Singapore, Singapore

Followed my tour group, WTS travel for this visit on the weekend of Sept 2019. There was not a big crowd at the temple and the environment is considered tranquil. Visitors who are using wheelchairs may be able to access the place without much difficulties, as they have mini-ramps that enable us to push elderly visitors on wheelchair. It's likely a Mahayana Tradition Buddhist temple, with the Goddess of Mercy (Guan Yin) as the main deity, and accompanied with other deities like wealth god Dzambala and a Datuk Gong (outside the main shrine). There are also prayer wheels near the entrance of the temple which visitors can spin (turn) and it is said that spinning the prayer wheels is akin to chanting the mala of Goddess of Mercy. It's quite a long drive into this temple location and it may not be accessible to people who do not have private transport. The temple itself did not have any vending machines, but there were mobile ice cream/drinks sellers on the day of our visit. The temple likely welcomes visitors, both Buddhists and non-buddhists alike. (General guidelines of admission apply. Eg: no bringing of alcohol or meat into the temple main hall for consumption). A thorough viewing of the place can take about 45 mins to 2 hours, depending on whether you wish to see everything and scrutinize in detail.

4. Johor Premium Outlet

Kulaijaya Persiaran Indahpura, Kulai 81000 Malaysia 607 663 1188 http://www.premiumoutlets.com.my
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3.5 based on 826 reviews

Johor Premium Outlet

Reviewed By MizSally24 - Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

JPO has opened its extension therefore there are more new shops to go. It would be good to go during their sale time. if not buying can also go for window shopping.

5. STAGE container park

Jalan Kenanga 29/17, Kulai 81000 Malaysia +60 11-1189 9883 http://www.facebook.com/stage.container/
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STAGE container park

6. The Legends Golf

Lot 1302, Kebun Sedenak, Kulai 81000 Malaysia +60 7-652 4388 [email protected] http://www.legends-resort.com
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