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Kulai

Rent and Sale Prices in Kulai

Bedrooms Sale Price Monthly Rent Rental Yield
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3 139,500 -- --
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2 380,000 -- --
3 316,000 1,379 5.24%
4 509,814 1,763 4.15%
5 1,264,600 2,300 2.18%

Price per Square Foot in Kulai

Sector Price per ft2 (Non Landed) Price per ft2 (Landed)
Area Average 79 1,909
State Average 208 2,009
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Overview

Kulai is a town in the district of the same name in the state of Johor. The town is located approximately 30 kilometres from the Johor Bahru city and 8 kilometres from Skudai.

Until the North-South Expressway opened in 1994, Kulai was till then a significant stopover point on the Johor Bahru-Kuala Lumpur trunk road back in the 1970s and 1980s as the new road bypassed the town. However, the town is still accessible by the old trunk road. Additionally, Kulai is also accessible by rail which is operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) and also by air through the Senai International Airport.

The agriculture sector in Kulai is where majority of the locals are involved in, especially in the numerous rubber and oil palm estates which circle the town.  The first settlement of the Federal Land Development Agency (FELDA)’s oil palm plantation in the country is located in Kulai. FELDA Taib Andak was inaugurated by the second Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Abdul Razak. Till this day, Kulai remains among the main producers of palm oil in Malaysia, due to its abundant oil palm plantations. 


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