We were all done with the strawberry farm, cactus farm, bee farm, MARDI farm and all the farm goods there are to purchase with nothing more to do. So, we decided on the jungle trekking. My husband, my 8-year old son and I spent almost 5 hours of walking the path and back. We initially intended to visit the Robinson Waterfalls but whether we had missed the sign or there was really none, we walked on after coming across an ordinary looking fall with half of it all dried up. We came across a gate with no sign and another path going by the mountain side. We had assumed then the gate would be a straight down to the fall but trickier while the other would be longer but manageable. The first hour or more was spent admiring the flora and fauna, explaining how things are to my son. There was no official sign at all (what were the people at MDCH thinking/doing these days?) except for some left on branches by some previous thoughtful trekker warning of how far and trickier the path would be in front. We were grateful for these. We reached a farm, near Habu and moved on but were finally stopped by a mud slide with no foothold/handhold to proceed. The journey back was faster and we did not regret the time spent managing the slippery, narrow and tricky last 1 kilometer of the trek. Though the trip was not as spectacular as the one I took going to Gua Niah in Sarawak (hardly any bugs or creepy crawlies that we could see), it was an educational period for my son, I wish more parents would undertake.
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