Category Archives: Selangor

Bukit Jugra hike

Never judge a book by its cover, or a hill by it’s height. At a mere 120 meters above sea level, Bukit Jugra doesn’t seem like an obvious hiking destination. Yet, rising out of the monotony of monoculture, this virgin forest covered hill surprises for its dramatic views and short but sweaty challenge.

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Setia Alam hike

Located in Setia Alam, Shah Alam Community Forest (SACF) covers 430 acres of land and is criss crossed by 15 kilometers of intersecting trails, and punctuated by panoramic vistas and wetland areas.

Most forest users, particularly beginners to hiking and the area opt for Route A, the most direct way to Peak Garden’s lookout point. Seeking to maximise KL Hikers‘ adventures, Nix Leong and Cyril Wong plotted a more challenging 12 kilometre path via the much longer and sometime confusing Route B.

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