Gunung Belumut, which translates literally as mossy mountain in English, is said to have gotten its name from the prevalence of mossy and slippery rocks in the area.
At the height of over 1010 feet above sea level, it is the third highest mountain in the state after Gunung Ledang, also known as Mt. Ophir (1276m) and Gunung Besar (1035m).
Located about 30 kilometres away from Kluang Town, the mountain sits inside a forest reserve near Felda Ulu Dengar, is a well known trekking and camping destination to locals around the area and surrounding districts.
It is a haven for nature lovers who wants to experience the untouched virgin jungle in person.
It takes about half an hour’s journey by car to reach the mountain from town, visitors will have to take Federal Road 50, the Kluang-Mersing Road heading towards Mersing, 13 kilometres down the road, take a right turn into a slip road towards Felda Ulu Dengar.
|ADDRESS/LOCATION||Felda Ulu Dengar, Kluang, Johor Darul Ta’zim.|
|CONTACT NO||+607-266 7433 / +607-772 5944|
|GPS COORDINATE||Latitude: 2.022579 Longitude: 103.537960|
- Jambatan Gantung (Hanging Bridge)
- Picnic Site
- Camping Site
- Jungle Trekking
- Taman Herba (Herbs Garden)
- Public Toilet
- Parking Lot
- Open Hall
- Walking Track
|School Uniform & Children below 12 years old||RM1.00||RM2.00|
|OKU/Senior Citizen||Free of charge||Free of charge|
|Open Hall||One day||RM50.00|
|Chalet||Per day||A – RM50.00
B – RM80.00
|Camping site||Per day/Per site||RM10.00|