Drawn to Pulai's charms


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 25 Apr 2024

The sub-district of Pulai in Johor is an attractive place to live for many people, as public amenities such as the Perling wet market is just a short distance away from their homes.

JOHOR BARU: Accessibility, robust economic activities and its close vicinity to Singapore are some of the factors that have attracted more people to relocate to Pulai.

K. Prabakaran, 33, who used to stay with his parents in Kulai, decided to move over 20km away to Taman Pulai Indah in 2022 after securing a job as an Information Technology executive in Singapore.

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