Kluang vacation rentals
Book unique vacation rentals, houses, and more on Airbnb
Top-rated vacation rentals in Kluang
Guests agree: these vacation rentals are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.
Vacation rentals for every style
Get the amount of space that is right for you
Other great vacation rentals in Kluang
Your guide to Kluang
All About Kluang
Situated at the southern tip of Malaysia, not far from the border with Singapore, Kluang is a small rural town surrounded by organic farms and regional parks. Farmers here grow rice, vegetables, and fruit — including the local mainstay, dragon fruit — among other crops: you can taste their harvests, and learn about the sustainable practices producing them, on various farm tours. Kluang is also famous for its coffee, and you can sample a cup of the local blend as you tour the large production facility in town. Several weekly night markets and bazaars further highlight the agricultural scene with street food and produce stalls, as well as stalls where you can pick up local handicrafts. Just outside of town, you’ll find the twin peaks of Mount Gunung Lambak, which can be explored via various hiking trails.
The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Kluang
It’s always hot and humid in Kluang, with only minor variations in temperature throughout the year. You should pack for rain when visiting the area, especially if your trip falls in November, which is typically the wettest month.
If you visit during the month-long holiday of Ramadan, which appears at varying times depending on the year, you’ll find the town decorated in festive lights, and restaurants and markets featuring tasty halal delicacies. Bear in mind that members of the Muslim community fast from sun-up to sundown during Ramadan, making this the perfect time to immerse yourself in the night market culture.
Top things to do in Kluang
Kluang has several organic farms that offer insights into the various stages of sustainable food production, processing, and distribution. You can learn about a variety of practices supporting crops, herb gardens, and livestock like goats and sheep, before refueling with a true farm-to-table meal.
Among its abundant natural beauty, Kluang is home to Mount Gunung Lambak, which calls hikers to climb its 1,600-foot peak. Crossing marked trails and wooden bridges, you can complete the tour to the top in two to three hours. There are picnic spots and playgrounds nearby where you can rest afterwards.
The Bats of Downtown Kluang
Downtown Kluang is adorned with colorful street art murals and installations. The bright images depict a range of scenes related to the town’s political and ecological history, with lots of bats featured everywhere — a reference to the town’s name being derived from the Malay word “keluang,” which describes a fruit bat-like creature.