Kulai is a small town in the district of Kulai. It is located in the state of Johor. The state capital is Johor Bahru. The district itself covers Kulai Town, Ayer Bemban, Bandar Putra Kulai, Bukit Batu, Indahpura, Kangkar Pulai, Kelapa Sawit, Saleng, Sedenak, Seelong, Senai and Sengkang and Taman Putri. The distance between Kulai Town and Johor Bahru is 29 kilometres. However Kulai Town is only 8 kilometres away from Skudai town. Many people who go back and forth since it is quite near.
Most of the demography here in Kulai is Chinese who makes up 65.4% of the population. They are mostly in Senai. The Malay people only make up 26.5% of the population. They are the FELDA settlements. There are only 7.8% of Indians in the population. They are the ones who would work that rubber estates, factories and also so to run their own businesses.
The people of this city use Bahasa Melayu as their main form of communication. The people in this area consist of all the races such as Malay, Chinese and Indians. Therefore, this language is commonly known by all. Another language that is commonly used is English. These 2 languages help those of different background to communicate despite the differences.
One can take a local flight such as Air Asia or Malaysia Airlines and Firefly and fly to Johor Bahru which is the capital of Johor. From there one may hire a taxi to go to Kulai. The airport to land at would be Senai International Airport. Here it will only take 15 minutes to go to Kulai. The distance is around 13.5 kilometres.
Those who are driving from Kuala Lumpur may take the North-South Expressway and head south towards Johor. By taking exit 252 it will lead visitors directly to Kulaijaya where Kulai town will be.
Visitors may take buses from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan to head to Kulai. There are many buses available at different times to go there. The fares are ranging from 34 MYR to 35 MYR depending on the company. Some of the bus company that offers a trip there would be City Express, Transnasional and also Sri Maju Group.
Mount Pulai is a mountain in Kulai, Johor. It has the Pulai Waterfall and also Mount Pulai Recreational Forest 1 and 2. On this mountain are located three telecommunication towers. There are two towers located at the top of the mountain while one more is slightly lower. Besides being the place for these towers, many locals would come to this mountain to have a hike. Apart from locals, there are also climbers from Singapore who come here to dock this Mount Pulai. It is approximately 700 meters above sea level. While hiking, hikers would be able to see some flowers that only available in the forest so it is definitely a time to get back to nature.
This place is famous for all fish lovers out there. They have fishes that are imported, classic and rare species of many kinds. It is also a one stop centre as it has a variety of aquarium accessories, fish food, decorated tanks and many more as well. One may come here with any inquiry that they might have about their fish or looking to find one as a pet. It's definitely a place to visit.
This is a shopping centre that has many brands such as Cotton On, Adidas, Coach, Furla, Lacoste and many more. They are an outlet so the products are sold at a much cheaper rate. However some of the products may be out of season and are not of the latest edition. Now this company has opened another branch in Genting Highlands. So people in Klang Valley will be able to enjoy branded goods without having to go to Kulai.