20 April 2008

Malaysia trekking tips and mountain list


Take plenty of water and pack a few easy to eat snacks to keep energy level up. Unless trekking with a local guide, it is not advisable to eat jungle fruits or drink from rivers and streams.

In the highlands try to trek on the ridgetops to save energy traversing the steep slopes and catch a cool breeze.

Be as quite as possible to avoid scaring any wildlife. Getting an early start during the dawn provides the best chance to sight animals seeking food ad the warmth of the early morning sun.

Wear thin, loose, preferably cotton clothing to remain comfortable.

Cover arms and legs with long trousers and long – sleeved shirts to ward off mosquitoes and t provide protection against thorny plants.

Wear leech socks or long socks to prevent leeches from finding an entry way.
Choose sturdy footwear with proper ankle support and good traction

Be prepared for sudden rain showers by carrying a poncho that wraps over both body and your carrying pack to keep everything dry.

A wide brimmed hat helps to shade a trekker from the heat of the tropical sun

Gunung Jerai
Pulau Payar Marine Park
Gunung Korbu Perak
Port Dickson Negeri Sembilan
Mersing Marine Park Johor
Endau Rombin Johor
Redang Marine Park Terengganu
Taman Negara Pahang
Kenong Rimba Park Pahang
Gunung Tahan Pahang
Gunung Tangga Lima Belas Pahang
Tioman Marine Park Pahang
Cherating Pahang
Gunung Tapis Pahang
Gunung Alab Sabah
Tuanku Abdul Rahman National Park Sabah
Mulu National Park (Lowland and hill forest) Sarawak
Lambir Hills Park (Lowland and hill forest) Sarawak
Gunung Mulu Sarawak

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