Date: 13-17 July 2018
The mountain is still remote and relatively unknown to many people. Located in Belum Forest (Hutan Belum) which is still virgin, untouched by the outside world, the mountain has abundant supply of flora, high in medicinal value. Aboriginal tribes called Orang Asli still use this forest as a base for primary living. Staying in an Orang Asli house, we shall attempt the summit within a day.
Immerse yourself in Naure
See beauty in new light
Date: 30 Jun – 2 July, 31 Aug – 2 Sep, 27 – 29 Oct 2018
A challenging off-road trails that lead into virgin forests, mountains and waterfalls. The view atop the Panorama Hill behind the school at Sg Lembing is extremely beautiful and not to forget the many local delicacies in the town!
Date: 07 July, 22 Sep 2018
Get a workout at Gunung Lambak – (510m)! From foot of mountain, it’s a level 600m walk before ascending to the summit, another 1000m hike. The total distance covered is 1.6km. Though short, ascend is steep and there are ropes along the way to assist in ascend. The climb is definitely not for the weak-hearted ones.
Experience a 4-wheel drive into the rainforest of Malaysia with short trek to Tengkil Waterfalls, hide deep into the forest.
Date: 18-20 May, 21-23 July 2018
Situated 55km from Kuantan (Malaysia), Berkelah falls is drawn as ideal treks for beginners compared with the strenuous steep climbs of Ophir or Berlumut.
Located in southeast Johor, north of Kota Tinggi, Gunung Panti Recreation Forest with its peak at 531m is important water catchments and consists of a gentle valley surrounded by a low rock cliff. The forest is ravishingly beautiful, lush and green. It is perfect for those who enjoy camping. Many rare species of flora and fauna can be found here.
Located near the Kota Tinggi Waterfalls, 56km north of Johor Bahru and 16km west of Kota Tinggi town, a weekend at Pelepah waterfalls is a great outdoor experience. The 4-hour trek is along the river, passing waterfalls before reaching a big open campsite best suited for stargazing.