This recreational park is located about 30km from Kulim, Kedah. My better half and I were pleasantly surprised when we arrived there. We were greeted by lush greenery, cool fresh air and harmonious sound of water rushing down the rivers.
The main attraction must be the 925 metre long Tree Top Walk. We were told it is the longest canopy walk in the world that is built with galvanised steel. We paid RM10 for the entrance ticket and it was worth the money, to be able to walk above the tall trees instead of below them. We felt safe and secure on the solid walkway which was of various height above the ground level. The view of the rapids below was spectacular too. Along the walkway, there were small information board describing the different types of trees and plants but unfortunately many of them were faded and blurred. The canopy walk is open from 8.30am to 5.30pm daily.
Many visitors came to this park to enjoy white-water rafting, kayaking and canoeing. The 15km long rapids here are reputed to be one of the best in this region. There were various camp sites, chalets, hostels and picnic spots for visitors along the Sedim River. Sadly, food wrappers, plastic bags and bottles as well as newspapers were left behind by some inconsiderate visitors.
Among the other activities available here are paintball shooting, flying fox, abseiling, river-crossing, tubing and jungle trekking. There are various trails leading to Gunung Bintang and Gunung Inas, requiring at least a 2 day 1 night trip. We came across a few groups of people attending motivational and team building courses there. Also catching our attention was a group of 'daredevils' having fun jumping off a high bridge into the river below, landing on a narrow spot between huge boulders. We were undecided whether they were brave or rash.
Overall, this is a nice place to escape the hustle and bustle of the cities or for a change of our daily life scenery.
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