Gunung Pulai is a 654 meters tall mountain located in Kulai, Johor. It is also a dipterocarp forest highland. It is also a famous spot for mountain climbers.
Besides mountain climbing, the mountain offers attractions such as Pulai Waterfall and Mount Pulai Recreational Forest 1 and 2. The visitors can indulge in activities such as swimming, picnicking, trekking and strolling there.
The mountain also houses three telecommunication towers. Two are located at the peak of the mountain and is off limit to the public and guarded by the military. Another one is located slightly lower from the peak. Hence, the lack of mobile connectivity won’t be a problem in the area.
There are two trails leading to the summit for Gunung Pulai. The main road trail and the jungle trail. The main road trail is the tarmac road. It gets steeper as it nearing the summit. The jungle trail on the other hand splits away and mergers back at the main along the way.
On the way up, the lucky climbers will have the opportunity to see wild animals such as monkeys, lizards and wild birds.
The waterfall experience is also amazing. The waterfall is could and refreshing.
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Tuesday – Sunday: 8.00 a.m to 6.00 p.m
No parking fee or entrance fee is required. However, there is a parking charge.
Car: RM 2.00
Motorcycle: RM 0.50
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Gunung Pulai is an easy “walk in the park” for avid and seasoned trekkers. For most people, it is slightly taxing as the 10 km round trip has some steep stretches. Gunung Pulai is suitable for families with children and seniors as we can turn back at anytime along the way.
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