A Visit to Kulai

I visited Kulai with my parents this week. Before the trip, I made a quick google to find out if there are anything special to explore. Only a distance of within 45 km from Singapore, Kulai seems to be a good fit for a one-day exploration.

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Okay, how to travel there? Early in the morning at 6.15am, we took Bus 170 from Kranji MRT station to JB. It is better to reach there early before the morning bus queue builds up.

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We arrived at JB Sentral in less than 30 mins.

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After checking out of the custom, we headed to buy train tickets at the booth. It costs RM $11 for an adult ticket. You can choose your seats.

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The next train ride is 8.30am. With an hour to go, we rested at the mall and had a nibble.

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The train arrived. We were directed to the front seats.

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The train is air-conditioned. There are standing and squatting toilets available. It has been donkey years since I took a train. I can’t remember when also. Nonetheless, the ride was quite bumpy.

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The view during the train ride.

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We reached Kulai within 45 mins.

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There is this “COWBOY” supermart right next to the train station. It was still closed when we reached there.

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There is a provision shop next to Cowboy. We took a cab to Aeon Shopping Centre for a walk. The cab cost RM $10.

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It is just a short ride of 5 mins.

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I guess it was the “early weekday morning” effect. The shopping mall was literally quiet with only few shoppers.

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This is my breakfast – nasi lemak. It cost RM $8.90. I love it!

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You can find useful household items at this shop called “Mr. D.I.Y.”

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A visit to Cowboy supermart was the highlight of this trip. This mall is literally littered with countless household items and accessories. You can definitely find something you want here.

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Whatever you want, you name it…

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The pictures I took was just one-side of Cowboy. There were many more items on sale.

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And not forgetting to snap some photos of Kulai before we returned to Singapore.

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10 thoughts on “A Visit to Kulai

  1. I’ve been to kulai. But I didn’t be member it to be so city like. Mine memory of it is like some small little house built on stilts. And there is a famous temper there too…

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  2. I can’t believe how empty the shopping mall is! Must have been really nice shopping there. Never heard of Kulai, but maybe it will be worth a visit since the mall isn’t as crowded as the ones near the causeway.

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  3. Your post reminds me that I should attempt another train-journey (not the MRT) with kids again.
    Kulai would be good for a day trip, and Eon is so quiet!
    (Is this the same town for the old-school coffee and such?)

    cheers, Andy
    (SengkangBabies)

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