Tracks are well marked but not always easy to go, often steep and muddy (well you are in the jungle, right).
I went trecking with 3 friends in the beggining of January. We were definetly not expecting such a hard track, but we went down through 3B and everything was ok, expect for the parts in which the forest was not allowing us to properly see the rest of the path. The biggest problem was when we were trying to go... More
We walked most of this trail today but had not reached Guning Beremban after two hours. Absolutely not recommended for a normal 8 year old never mind six year old (see earlier review). The trail is very steep in parts and even as regular hikers we found the trail arduous. By European standards it is still warm and you do... More
You should know the track very well before going there! Wearing hicking shoes and a raincoat will help! Try to make some pfotoes of the maps before going!
We used trail nr 3 to go up the mountain, and came down via trail 8. I would not recommend doing this in the inverse order, because of the difficulty of the tracks. The trail takes you through some fantastic landscapes. Some parts of the trail are overgrown with moss and there are fabulous orchids next to the trail. Some... More
About 2 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur. A cool highland retreat of average temperature of 18C degree. There are many things to see and do. Just walks through the villages, visits to the strawberry, honey bee farms and tea plantations or jungle tracking. The best cuisine is Chinese streamboat, can get in most restaurants.
Great walk - we have done it twice. Walked into town from the Smokehouse one day on the trail and then back on another day. Has been quite wet and was a little slippery but the rainforest smelt lovely and was very relaxing.
We did this trail in combination with trail no. 5 - very nice one! We started near the golf area and finished at tanah rana (near MADRI) A lot of good signs during the walk, very easy one.
Started at Arcadia, Brichang Golf course. 2 hours to the top, 1.5 hours down to Agro technology park via trail 5. Last kilometre to the top is steep and slippery, but equipped with good shoes, a lot of water and some hiking experience we enjoyed it. There is not much to see from the top, so the way is the... More
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