Layang-Layang is a town in Kluang District, Johor, Malaysia. It is situated within the parliamentary constituency of Simpang Renggam.
It is located approximately 72km north of Johor Bahru and 32km south of Kluang district.
It was developed in the early 20th century and became one of the Chinese new villages (Xin Cun) during the military conflict between Malaya Communists and the Britain colonial government.
In the very early development stage, Layang-Layang only had one main access road called Jalan Teck Wah Heng ("jalan" means road in Malay), named after an early well-established company Teck Wah Heng. The company has a half concrete structure office and coolies(:-) hostel which was built in a rubber estate, located approximately 10km away from the town.