Bentong, Pahang has a lot to offer weekend wanderers. For the outdoor lover, there are hot springs, Chamah Waterfall and if you have a steely resolve, the mighty Gunung Rajah. However if a half day hike is more your speed, Bukit Raka, overlooking the town can be an exciting adventure with rock climbing challenges to overcome.
Everyone has a story, and at Taman Tugu’s Human Library event, armed forces veterans, UN peace keepers, a zero waste practitioner and documentarian are among the authors of its open books.
Taman Tugu’s weekly flowga session takes stretching and flexibility outdoors amidst an urban forest setting.
In a place better known for its colonial bungalows and middling budget hotels, there’s nothing else in in Fraser’s Hill that looks or feels like Colonie’s trio of apartments.
A waterfall. In the morning. In the highlands. Few things in Malaysian nature get any cooler, or colder, than that.
I love Fraser’s Hill. A leisurely 1 hour drive from Kuala Kubu Bharu, Fraser’s Hill is cool, uncomplicated and quiet. It also has 7 terrific trails that are suitable for beginners. Here’s how to hike all 7 in a single day and still scoff scones.
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According to local legend it was a curse that gave rise to Gunung Santubong. Which is apt, as attempting to summit its modest 810 metre peak also causes cursing….