This is a great hiking place but it is not located in Petaling Jaya. Please update the location accurately.
Selangor's highest peak, 1492m, ranking 5th toughest hiking in Malaysia. It's a good training ground for beginner, you have to really try it and feel it, but just don't under-estimated. It would be very easy if you are good in fitness for both strength and endurance, otherwise it would be a hell to you. From kem lolo to kem pacat,... More
A popular location for hikers, with minimum steeps. Paths are wide so it's almost impossible to get lost. After registering at the rangers' office, it's a 3-4 hours hike up the top. After passing a damn, there's a popular camp site. Could be packed with campers during school holidays, public holidays and weekend, but you get your distance. Pack with... More
2 Sundays ago, me ,my son and few friends made a trip to hike this mountain..among us was a frequent hiker who repeatedly warned us of the slippery slopes and tough climbing,..we started at 7.15 am, there were plenty of people already getting ready to climg uphill.. the first 1.6km made me regret of planning this journey. the uphill walk... More
Like : Its quite challenging tracks & journey up to the peak. Its raining heavily when coming down from the peak. Wet condition is expected. Disliked : Heavy rain & no water at the top. Need to save some. Need to rethink twice if want to go up again next time. :)
It is actually located in the district of Hulu Langat,Selangor and not in Petaling Jaya bypassing a small town called Pangsun,spacious car park.Actual coordinates N 03.21717 E 101.88330,then you may have to trek for an approximately 6 hours realistically,along the way you may enjoy the lush greeneries of the equatorial forest,its very humid during daytime.Then you'll experience the small dam... More
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