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Splashing Time At Ulu Geruntum Waterfall

What tourists are saying about Ulu Geruntum Waterfall “Simply beautiful!” We took a walk up to the waterfall which is bit of a hike. It really is worth the extra walk up just be careful on the paths as they can be quite slippery. There is no entrance fee for the falls. The walk up [...]

What tourists are saying about hiking at Bukit Kutu, Kuala Kubu Baru “Wet, Wild, Muddy, Slippery, fun” One of the muddiest of the jungle trails around Klang Valley, this is also one of the toughest climb. The beginning was a steady inclination of tree roots for about 20 mins then a very middle part with [...]

What to Do When You Are Lost In A Jungle

About survival in the jungle If you’re thinking of a jungle adventure, make sure you are fully prepared for the undertaking, writes SAGER AHMAD. GOING into the jungle is not a stroll in the park and we should be prepared — physically, mentally, medically as well as spiritually. Despite so many stories in the past [...]

What tourists said about Fraser’s Hill “Pine Tree Trail – For the fit and the experienced” The trail is 5.5km and it took us about 3.5 hours to reach the top after a challenging rock climb before reaching the top. The trail is long and you will encounter fallen trees along the way. Hikers should [...]

The World Longest Canopy Walk

What tourists said about the Tree Top Walk, Kedah “A must-do activity if you visit Kedah” What to do in Kedah? It is not only a great place to escape from the city, but a place where natural lover should go. Hidden, long journey deep into rural area of Kedah. Not well publicised. However, once [...]

The Most Dangerous Hill In Malaysia

What tourists said about Bukit Tabur, Kuala Lumpur “Nature within sight of the city” Loved this place. Difficult to get to without your own transport. Need to find a taxi driver who will wait. Facilities non existent just a little covered seating area, where it appears there s someone to check you in and out. [...]

Comments by tourists about the Kuala Koh National Park (Kelantan and Pahang) “World’s oldest tropical rainforest” Highlights: 1. Canopy walkway 2. Up-river boat rides (i.e. Sungai Tahan) 3. Swimming at waterfalls, rapids and streams (i.e. Lata Berkoh) 4. Jungle trekking 5. Flora & fauna photography Negatives: 1. Noisy, inconsiderate tourists who come in droves and [...]

Comments by tourists about the Kinabalu Park “Awesome experience!” Originally I plan to climb Mount Kinabalu, but I hadn’t made my booking so we decided to do some hikes in Kinabalu Park. We stayed in Sutera Lodge that is quite comfortable place to stay directly in a park. There is enough trails to spend two [...]