Want to see different kind of KL? Perhaps under the cover of darkness? A cycling tour of Kuala Lumpur’s Most Haunted Places will convince you that there’s a hidden side of the city most commuters don’t get to see.
Richard and I were wavering. To Georgetown Festival or not? Inertia placed us on the side of not. But after hearing about Festival Director Joe Sidek’s directorial debut while in Kuching I was swung the other way.
Doing any new physical activity before an international flight is a bad idea. Like cycling after a 3 years hiatus. But I had wanted to join Meet Up‘s Cyberjaya Outdoor Fitness Group since it launched in April, and they had just announced a Sunday morning cycle to Paya Indah Wetlands. Perfect.
The sleepy Selangor town of KKB is often viewed a pitstop on the long winding road up to the colonial hill retreat of Fraser’s Hill in Pahang. But there’s more to this former administrative town that meets the eye, particularly if you love the outdoors.
Having spent the last 4 days and 3 nights hiking up and across the beautiful slopes of Gunung Rinjani, Hafiza and I were desperate for a little excitement, while Vasantha and Shanti who had descended sooner were excited to get off Lombok and explore. We jumped on board a chartered outrigger and headed for Gili Islands.
For those who enjoy simple pleasures, you can’t go far wrong with Sabak Bernam. Located in the far northern corner of Selangor, this scenic coastal district is surrounded by rice fields and beyond that lush forests. Here are some of the activities Pinang Sari Homestay organised for us during stay.