A refreshing alternative

Hikers have found a new trail on the other side of Gunung Pulai, where the pristine blue lake has gained increasing popularity thanks to the social media. Photo courtesy: Sin Chew Daily

JOHOR BAHRU (Sin Chew Daily) -- Following the closure of Gunung Pulai waterfall as a result of leptospirosis or rat urine disease, hikers have since found a new trail on the other side of Gunung Pulai, where the pristine blue lake has gained increasing popularity thanks to the social media.

As we explored the new hiking haven, we met hikers from neighnoring places like Johor Bahru, Ulu Tiram and Kulai.

They told us they used to hike at Gunung Pulai, but after the place became off limits to visitors, they moved over here for the blue lake said to be of tremendous beauty.

As opposed to Gunung Pulai, the trails here are not tarred, making the ascent a little more challenging and demanding.

Consequently, it will not be easy for senior citizens or young children to hike there.


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