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“Nature”
Review of Gunung Lambak

Ranked #1 of 15 things to do in Kluang
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Reviewed April 10, 2012

coolness, jungle, river, aerobic every Sat, Sun, Tue 8am

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Reviewed March 6, 2012

Its a very peaceful place to visit. Must climb up to the mountain to have a look at Whole of Kluang's view (day time only). No opening hours or closing time. Just visit anytime you like. Waterfall in the mid-mountain is small and not so pretty. The water of the swimming pool area are dirty, not so recommendend for you to take bath in there. There are a few little water area you can take bath, but at your own risk. Recommended for exercise, and walking around. The exercise equipments are not so well kept by the local management of the mount Lambak. Beware of thieves and do not leave your personal belongings anywhere you like. Take it wherever you go.

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Reviewed January 13, 2012

Gunung Lambak is a small mountain in Johor, Malaysia. Gunung means mountain in the Malay language

It situated just outside of Kluang and I went there by driving. There is a little water park at the foot of the mountain called Gunung Lambak Eco Resort where there is a big carpark. It is almost impossible to be lost on this mountain as there is only a single path through. I will reccomend those visiting this mountain to climb using the path that is situated right outside of the resort (you will need to skirt around the circumference of the resort till you see some directional signs and fruit sellers) where the path up is steeper. After summitting, the gradient of the path downwards is gentler and therefore easier on the knees.

The mountain is around 510 metre talls and a normal adult should summit the mountain between one to two hours. I carried my four year old in a child carrier while my seven year old tackled the mountain by himself which we took around 2.5hours. Do also pack along some light sandwiches for lunch.

There are no toilet facilities along the route up, but there is one inside the resort for usage before you climb up. There are no permits required to climb this mountain nor any guide is required. As usual, all nature lover will bring down their own trash from the mountain and leave none behind.

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