Kluang was founded in 1915 as the administrative capital of central Johor by the British.
The landlocked town and its namesake district of Kluang lies smack in the middle of the state of Johor.Out of the night districts in the state, it is the only one that does not have access to the coast. Over the 20th century, Kluang’s economy transitioned from rubber to palm oil and now has some of Malaysia’s largest organic farms.
Kluang has its own local attractions namely Gunung Berlumut and Gunung Lambak . Gunung Lambak which is popular for jungle tracking activities has become a must-visit getaway for tourists coming to Kluang.
According to the information we had collected, things can do at KLUANG as below.
- Kluang Coffee Powder Factory
- Kluang Rail Coffee
- Kluang Railway Station
- Kluang Town
- Street Art Kluang
- Galeri Terompah Mastor
Nature & Park
- Endau Rompin National Park
- Gunung Belumut Recreational Forest
- Gunung Lambak
- Kahang Organic Rice Eco Farm (move and change name to Koref Desaru Leisure Farm)
- Rassuria Dairy Goat Farm
- Sungai Yong Waterfalls
- UK Farm
- Zenxin Organic Park
- Kluang Mall
Click on below Johor district name to view full list of attractions.