1. Rainforest Tree House Kulai
Gunung Pulai, Taman Gunung Pulai, 81000 Kulai, Johor
The rainforest treehouse offers abundant nature, peace and tranquility. It is located in Gunung Pulai in Johor Bahru, just an hour’s drive from Singapore. There are 4 small treehouses (up to 6 people) and 2 large treehouses (up to 12 people). You need to climb the stairs (at least 10 minutes) to reach the tree house. The tree house is equipped with power outlets, mosquito nets, beds, blankets and pillows. The bathroom has a flush toilet, a washbasin and a shower. In addition, the public hall can accommodate more than 60 people. At there, you can relax yourself at the Tree Net, visit farm, jungle trekking, learn to cook food using the woodfire, and learn more about conservation of nature.
2. Star Fish Leisure Farm
Star Fish Leisure Farm, Sengkang, Johor, Malaysia. (Follow Jalan Sengkang till you meet a railway, there is a road signboard directs you to turn left，follow the direction and go straight. Star Fish Leisure Fish Farm is located in rural area.)
Star Fish Leisure Farm makes use of the existing aquaculture fish farm to transform the spacious space into a place with complete recreational facilities, accommodation and activities suitable for all ages, so that everyone can enjoy the beauty of nature. A total of 15 acres of land and its owner, Mr. Song, have so far turned 10 acres into a quiet oasis in a busy city. The fresh air of nature around starfish recreation farm allows each guest to take a break from the hustle and bustle, release daily stress, live at a slower pace and indulge in leisurely country life. At there, you can cycle, boating, fishing or fish-feeding. Come here to relax your life!
3. Kulai Putuo Village
1488, Jalan Kampung, Off, Jalan Kota Tinggi – Kluang, Felda Taib Andak, 81000, Johor
Putuo village is a spiritual refuge for every soul seeker, people are exhausted in the busy life. After 15 years of hard work, there has created a buddhist sanctuary in Malaysia integrating Buddhism, charity and leisure. It is also a place where nature is widely integrated. Bamboo, trees and brightly colored compounds help lift a person’s mood. The peace of the yard helps to provide peace. Many of us are so used to urban concrete jungles that we lack opportunities to appreciate the beauty of nature. Putuo village not only gives us the opportunity to understand “Buddhism”, but also gives us the opportunity to understand the green plants integrated into the building. The temple is really big. You can see the entrance is really spectacular, there are many incense burners dedicated by the faithful. At the temple, visitors can have some fun by buying a ribbon tied to a very small orange. You can write down your wish and then throw the ribbon into the tree. People believe that if you succeed in throwing it away and are sincere enough, god will bless you with your wishes.
4. Kelapa Sawit Mural
4103, Jalan Kelapa Sawit 3, Kampung Sri Paya, 81000 Kulai, Johor
The village used to be called “Chang An Village” and had a population of about ten thousand people made up predominantly by the Hakka community. Kulai is still one of the main producers of palm oil in the country. It is also known for its murals along the alleys. It began with a campaign when krapa shavit javert held “Let’s Art At Sawit” as part of a National Day celebration in johor. To hone the talents of the local people and to welcome the celebrations in Johor, painters were invited to paint mural art. This aroused the curiosity of the local villagers. Under the supervision and guidance of the painters, the villagers voluntarily created up to 30 murals with the theme of “hakka culture”, which became the inspiration of the villagers.
5. Temple Hwa Kuo Shan Sedenak
1071, Jln Scientex 22, 81000, Johor
The temple is about 34 kilometers (21 miles) from johor baru, and judging by the numbers that can be seen throughout the area, many pilgrims seem to have come here to try their luck. In addition to Chinese gods, Hwa Guo Shan also houses Thai Buddha statues. The cafe to the right of the temple serves as a rest spot, offering refreshments and snacks. Overlooking the hill, you can see a panoramic view of the 12 Chinese Zodiac and Guanyin Bodhisattva on top of the hill. You can take the stairs, climb to the top, and see the sculpture up close. Next to the turtle pond is a bathing pool where visitors can bathe in the god-given water. If there were no monkeys, Hwa Guo Shan would not have its name. They’re almost everywhere! Jump on the roof, swing, sit on the windowsill, even stare at your food! Be careful! Some monkeys are very hostile even when you want to take a picture. If you have small children around, be sure to keep an eye on them and stay close to them.
6. 5D Art Studio Kulai
421-A, Jalan Kenanga 29/10, Bandar Indahpura, 81000 Kulai, Johor
10am – 6pm
Located in a store, 5D Art Studio Kulai occupies a single level space on the upper level. There are over 30 interesting backgrounds to challenge your imagination. It’s made up of optical illusions and shot from different angles. A single background can create different photo effects by simply capturing it through different poses and positions and angles. It’s a great place for family and friends to make great memories.
7. Johor Premium Outlet
Jalan Premium Outlets Indahpura, 81000 Kulai, Johor
Want to buy quality brands at a reasonable price? That’s right! Johor Premium Outlets (JPO), a luxury mall in Johor, there has 130 luxury Outlets to choose from. Here you can find all kinds of famous brands and buy them at cheap prices. Of course, the more affordable items are usually out of season, but excellent quality and reasonable price products with discounts of up to 50% or more are still attractive! Brand mall has many international famous brand merchants such as Nike, G2000 Outlet, Armani, Hush Puppies, Adidas, Coach, Timberland has 25% to 70% discount.
For those who want to buy luxury brands at an affordable price, please hurry over to Johor Premium Outlets (JPO).
8. Mount Pulai (Gunung Pulai)
Gunung Pulai, also known as Mount Pulai, is one of Johor’s most famous hiking attractions. It’s about 90 kilometers from Singapore and about 700 meters above sea level, so it’s easy to get here from Singapore. Rainforests and waterfalls, plus the wildlife you see here, attract adventurous hikers to the trail. There are two paths leading to the summit of Gunung Pulai. Main roads and jungle trails. The main road is five kilometres long on asphalt and steeper as it nears the top. The jungle trail is about 3.14km long, separated and merged at 1km and 3.9km of the main road respectively. Here you can enjoy the comfort brought by nature or do mountain climbing.
How to go to Kulai from Singapore
1. Private Taxi Service
Travel is more comfortable and less troublesome if you take a private car than by bus or van. You can save a maximum of 1 to 1. 5 hours by getting off the bus twice just to get out of the country. It is suitable for family or groups is to hire a private taxi. This is the most preferred and popular choices among the rest of transport since the travelling time will be most convenient as compare to others transportation especially if you have young children on board. The travelling time normally take less than 2 hours’ drive from Singapore to Kulai and that of course must depend on both immigration clearance and traffic condition. Due to high demand, The Rickshaw Run (Main website link) is now providing this transportation services from Singapore to Kulai too.
– Simple and easy to make a reservation through online in just few click.
– We will pick you up at your selected location in Singapore Island wide.
– With us you can enjoy sit in the car and across border without alight your luggage.
– Affordable price with 5 stars services experience.
– All cars are well maintained to ensure your safety
– Friendly driver with simple English speaking.
2. Bus & Coach From Singapore To Kulai
If you travel according to budget, consider taking a bus. The bus ticket can be booked online. To avoid traffic jams, it is recommended that you book a bus as soon as possible so that you can catch the ferry. Later, you need to get off the bus to clear the customs. Carry your luggage with you for scanning. First, you must buy your ticket from JB Sentral. Your destination is the terminal bus stop in the Kulai. The cost of the bus (from JB sentral to Kulai) is about RM11 per person.
Bus Ticket (JB Sentral to Kulai):