Mount Pulai (Malay: Gunung Pulai) is a mountain in Kulai District, Johor, Malaysia.[1]

Mount Pulai
Gunung Pulai
Mount Pulai from Pulai river.JPG
Mount Pulai from the Pulai River
Highest point
Elevation654 m (2,146 ft)
Coordinates01°36′10″N 103°32′45″E / 1.60278°N 103.54583°E / 1.60278; 103.54583
LocationKulai, Johor, Malaysia
Parent rangeTitiwangsa (foothill)


On 6 September 2016, the Mount Pulai Recreational Forest 1 was reopened after it was closed for 15 years since 2001 due to mud flood which caused five casualties.[2]


The mountain features the Pulai Waterfall and Mount Pulai Recreational Forest 1 and 2.


The mountain houses three telecommunication towers. Two are located at the peak of the mountain and another one is located slightly lower from the peak.[3]

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Mount (9 December 2015). "Gunung Pulai". Portal Rasmi Majlis Perbandaran Kulai (MPK) (in Malay).
  2. ^ Hutan Lipur. "Gunung Pulai dibuka selepas 15 tahun ditutup". Utusan Online.
  3. ^ Hiking Gunung Pulai. "The Anatomy of a Mountain".

Coordinates: 1°36′N 103°33′E / 1.600°N 103.550°E / 1.600; 103.550