Bukit Tabur may be off limits to hikers and climbers but many of the same features which made it a sought out destination, make nearby Bukit Batu Chondong the next best thing.
If no hike of yours is complete without photos – and I mean A LOT of photos – then this beginner hill through an oil palm plantation is the hike for you.
Hikers are suckers for punishment. That much I know. But are you the kind that prefers it shockingly painful but quick, like ripping off a band aid, or long and drawn out like a slow painful death? Don’t know? Well, a hike to Lata Dinding and Lata Kijang, two magnificent but remote waterfalls in Taman Negeri Kenaboi ought to answer that question.
Wanna to bag three peaks in one day? The Yam Tuan Antah trail in Negeri Sembilan is the climb for high achieving day-hikers.
After the Malaysian government lifted restrictions on water theme parks and swimming activities, state parks with waterfalls are reopening to the public, among them: Taman Eko Rimba Kanching and Chongkak Park & Resort.
Sometimes you need a nudge to explore, even when it’s somewhere nearby. Just one town away, it was on Jeannie’s invite that I drove to Taman Tasik Cyberjaya and explored this scenic lakeside park in Malaysia’s answer to Silicon Valley.
If you’re willing to suspend disbelief, a trip to Taman Saujana Hijau in Putrajaya could easily pass for a day out in the Malaysian Highlands.
One of the lesser-known lakeside walks in Putrajaya, Jejak Sisiran 1 is something of an insider secret. But I’m going to tell you about it anyway. Shhh….
With Malaysian Prime Minister Muhiyiddin Yassin announcing, on May 4th, that the CMCO would be extended until June 9th, it looks like we’ll be here for a while. For citizens of states that have adopted the Conditional Movement Control Order, we can finally get outdoors and get some fresh air and some exercise. Here’s how.
Having some medical supplies when you’re out hiking is a must. Here’s what I keep in my kit and why.