Kluang is the centre place of Johor, a state in Malaysia. This is only district in Malaysia that does not have a sea level, and surrounded by all other districts such as Johor Bahru, Pontian, Batu pahat, Segamat, Mersing and Kota Tinggi. Kluang has numerous places to visit, eat and buy, and in order to help you get the maximum out of your tour to Kluang, we are sharing some prominent places you must visit:
Gunung Lambak- This is the most popular mountain in Kluang, you can easily climb to the top in 2 hrs. There is a resort & playground at the foot of the mountain.
Zenxin Organic Park: This is an organic agriculture park with vegetable and dragon fruit plantation along the road to Air Hitam. You can enjoy different kinds of recreation activities such as walking and bicycle tours, educational tours, a park cafe, a farm mart, a flower nursery, a meeting room, a function hall and a viewing platform. The food served is halal & admission is free.
Gunung Belumut: This is the nice place for picnics and waterfalls.
Kahang Low Rise Tea Plantation: This is One of the non-hilly tea plantations.
Kluang Railway Station: This railway station is in service since 1915. The railway passes through Kluang town, basically cutting it into two halves. Local residents once said that when the train approaches Kluang Railway station, the entire town stands still, as the main road into town temporarily closes for the train to pass. The station itself withstood the test of time and should be of interest for those who have passion for nostalgic photographs.
Masjid Jamek Kluang: Jl Sekola is an old mosque and very popular among local Muslims for prayers as it can accommodate up to 1,000 people at any one time.
St. Louis Church : This church was built in 1964 with its own unique architecture.
Little India: Jl Stesen is the “Little India” of Kluang. It is lined with shops offering various merchandise catering to the needs and wants of the Indian community, especially sarees, herbs and spices, and also household items. There are also several Indian restaurants offering various Indian cuisines and local food as well as the local –favorite “Teh Tarik”.
Old buildings at Jl Lambak: This tourist destination is Next to Jl Ismail is Jl Lambak. Nowadays, it is filled with modern businesses like Medan Johbase, but there is still a row of 8 buildings with marks indicating they were built in 1939. The shops’ lion mask heads are arranged to face different directions that appear to symbolize specific beliefs of their owners.
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