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The Kulaijaya District, otherwise known as the Kulai District, spans a range of different towns and areas within Johor, Malaysia. The district is accessible via the Senai International Airport in Senai, via rail in Kulai Town and via road on the Skudai Highway, which runs through the region. The town and capital is Kulai, which is an area rich in culture. Let’s look closer at the Kulaijaya District and see what this getaway holds for travellers.
The town of Kulai is the most central point in the Kulaijaya District. This locality carries diverse displays of Chinese culture through the design, layout and architecture, although recent modern development has made a noticeable impact. The town and district carries a great mix of east and west, making it a top holiday hotspot.
The bustling area of Kulai Jaya has hotels and hostels ranging across all price brackets. Given the urban development in the area, these hotels are extremely popular and cleanliness can be expected across the board. The area can be a little noisy due to the large amount of traffic however the prices are quite affordable.
Look around the region of Taman Putri Kulai for the most affordable accommodation in the area. This also places you rather close to the city centre which make accessing transport routes a breeze. You can expect to find accommodation ranging from two to three star hotels in this area.
The best place to shop for homestays is in Bandar Indahpura. Malaysian homestays are well known for their warm reception and great overall hospitality. Staying in one of these affordably priced locations also allows one to sample the local food, cooked by the locals who run the homestay. They are also readily available for advice about the nearby region.
Chinese Hakka culture is very much alive in the Kulaijaya District. Across the area you can find Chinese Taoist temples. Places such as the “Thousand Fairies” Temple found along old trunk road are magnificent structures. Another highlight is the “Seven Sisters” Temple which should not be missed. Be sure to explore the region to discover other quaint but spiritual retreats.
Head to Kangkar Pulai neighbouring the Kulaijaya District to see a massive dedication to the local Hakka gods. The San San Guo Wang Temple, or Temple of the Kings of Three Mountains, is not only a sacred site filled with an air of mysticism, but it is also a beautiful venue for weddings and social events.
One temple of particular interest is Putuo Village which can be reached by travelling through the Felda Plantation. The journey alone is an adventure through the bamboo fields which arrives you at a new spin on Chinese temple design. Many compare the area to a cross between a temple and a theme park. There is a lot to see and do at this sacred site including the chance to buy some of the freshest fruits and vegetables from the region.
There are numerous shopping centres within both the town and district of Kulai. The IOI Mall Shopping Complex in the city of Kulai is a gigantic structure filled with everything from local and western food to consumer electronics, clothing and technology. Another great place to visit is the Kulai Centrepoint. The area’s rapid growth ensures that new retail outlets are constantly cropping up.