Gunung Ledang

Terletak kira-kira 15 km dari bandar Tangkak,Johor dan Lebuh Raya Utara Selatan

Hutan Lipur Berkelah, Maran

45 km dari Bandar Maran dan 45 km dari Bandar Kuantan melalui Jalan Maran-Kuantan.

Air Terjun Batu Hampar

Terletak di kampung Air Puteh, Serdang. lebih kurang 15km dari Sg Kechil Ilir.

Air Terjun Jerangkang

26 kilometer dari bandar Maran dan 50 kilometer dari bandar Kuantan memiliki keunikan tersendiri


berada di kawasan Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta ke lokasi pantai berjarak sekitar 70 km.

16 Mei 2008

Mountain Climbing Tips In Malaysia

While many mountains, especiallythose located in the national parks, have overnight camping facilities and provide some equipment for rental, it is always wise to plan ahead and make enquiries for bookings, weather conditions and other current information. Some remote or protected sites may even require special permits from the authorities.

It is best to hire a guide for the trip, unless the trail is well marked. Besides guiding you to the best campsites and rest spots, local guides know the natural history and folklore of the area and are invaluable when plans change and alternative routes need to be taken.

The exertion of carrying a heavy pack is compounded by the altitude, so it is always best to choose to climb mountains within your ability. Do not overload yourself with camping equipment. As a rough guide, the weight of your pack should not be more than a quarter of your body weight, the lighter the better for longer journeys.

Clothing and Equipment Advisory

* Comfortable long-sleeved shirts and pants for protection from leech bites, abrasions and the elements.

* A hat with a wide brim against intense sunshine and light rain.

* A poncho or rain cape.

* A pair of gloves and a balaclava will help protect you from cold summit winds.

* Wear roomy lightweight jungle boots with good ankle supports and a deep-ridged sole, and wear two pairs of socks to prevent blisters.

* A comfortable rucksack with padded shoulder straps, hip belt and internal frame is a must.

* A map and compass for navigating jungle trails; under some dense jungle canopies the sun might not be clearly seen.

* A whistle is a useful tool for attracting attention and signa ling others.

* A basic first aid kit for the treatment of abrasions, insect bites and wounds.

* Extra batteries for your torchlight; candles and matches.

Popular Climbing Sites in Malaysia

Gunung Jerai 1217m Kedah
Gunung Korbu 2183m Perak
Gunung Bubu 1568m Perak
Gunung Angsi 825m Negeri Sembilan
Gunung Ledang 1276m Johor
Gunung Belumut 1010m Johor
Gunung Tahan 2187m Taman Negara, Pahang
Gunung Gagau 1376m Taman Negara, Pahang
Gunung Brinchang 2032m Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Gunung Berembun 2075m Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Gunung Jasar 1676m Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Gunung Perdah 1529m Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Gunung Stong 1422m Kelantan
Gunung Chamah 2171m Kelantan
Gunung Silam 883m Lahad Datu,Sabah
Gunung Lotong 1667m Maliau Basin, Sabah
Gunung Kinabalu 4093m Kinabalu Park, Sabah
Gunung Tambuyukon 2580m Kinabalu Park, Sabah
Gunung Trusmadi 2643m Sabah
Tama Abu 2113m Kelabit Highlands, Sarawak
Bukit Batu Buli 2082m Kelabit Highlands, Sarawak
Bukit Batu Lawi 2046m Kelabit Highlands, Sarawak
Bukit Batu 2092m Sarawak
Gunung Penrissen 1329m Sarawak
Gunung Santubong 810m Sarawak
Bukit Batu Iran 2018m Sarawak
Gunung Mulu 2376m Mulu National Park, Sarawak

Jungle survival

If you’re thinking of a jungle adventure, make sure you are fully prepared for the undertaking, writes SAGER AHMAD NST

GOING into the jungle is not a stroll in the park and we should be prepared — physically, mentally, medically as well as spiritually. Despite so many stories in the past about people who have gone missing in jungles, there are still recent cases of people getting lost.

Those who made it back or were found alive must consider themselves very lucky. Being lost in the jungle is not a pleasant experience.

If you come out alive, you can boast (a bit) to friends. But remember the anxiety you have caused, with parents, relatives, friends, rescue units and the general public worried for your safety.

Recently, Nor Umaisarah Sameaun, a Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) student went missing in the jungles of Pahang for 19 days from Feb 7. She was with a group of 36 Kesatria UiTM members who climbed Gunung Tahan, the highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia. She was enjoying the scenery not far from the Bukit Botak campsite when the group packed up and left without her.

She didn’t even know how to get back to the campsite but she did the right thing by keeping close to a river, sleeping in between rocks and drinking from the river before her rescue.

An experienced guide is a must. If you go in a big group, break into smaller groups comprising experienced and novice trekkers. The leader of each group should do a head-count every time the group stops for a break and gets ready to leave.

Here are more tips on what to do if you’re lost in the jungle. It is loosely adapted from To be lost simply means you are all alone and you cannot see or hear your friends anywhere. Don’t panic. Apply the S.T.O.P approach — Stop, Think, Observe and Plan.

STOP – Take a deep breath, sit down if possible, calm yourself and recognise that whatever has happened to get you here cannot be undone. You are now in a survival situation and that requires you to:

THINK – Your most important asset is your brain. Use it! Don’t panic! Move with deliberate care. Take no action, even a step forward, until you have thought it through.

OBSERVE – Take a look around you. Assess your situation and options. Take stock of your supplies, equipment and surroundings.

PLAN – Prioritise your immediate needs and develop a plan to systematically deal with the emergency. Make a plan and keep to it. Adjust your plan only as necessary to deal with changing circumstances.

Shout “HELLO” at the top of your voice and then listen attentively for one minute. Repeat after a while.

If you have anything metallic, like a frying pan, beat it for a good 10 seconds, stop and listen attentively.

If they can hear you, your group members (if they are nearby) will normally call out your name. Stay put and let them come to you. Do not scream “HELLO” again. Scream your friend’s name out aloud instead.

If it is dark, move nearest to where there is a gap or opening in the jungle. Change a dark coloured shirt for something bright.

Keep screaming. If there is still no response, take a few deep breaths and keep calm.

Arm yourself with a stick if you don’t have a machete. It will be your weapon for the rest of your situation. Look for pebbles and keep them as they are a handy weapon. Look carefully two metres around you for any sign that is man made.

If you have to move, go downhill, not up. This saves energy and will lead you to water.

Observe the sun as you walk. Is it behind you, on your left or right or in front of you?

How will one know what sort of backpack to buy?

Trying one is important, to see whether the backpacks come with good shoulder support. Liquid gel in the shoulder straps are comfortable.

Then check out the compartments and big backs that come with storage space at the bottom which can be used to put dirty laundry and also sleeping bags.

The big bags must have rain covers to protect the contents when one goes on long walks, trekking or spending time in the jungle.

The top part of the backpacks are usually for the more important things like snacks, first aid kit, jackets and other clothes.

When buying a backpack, Ng says always go for the one with internal frames as it will be more hardy. Always evaluate the things you need for a trip, be it hiking, trekking or camping.

Also, do not waste empty space and try to squeeze something in, like a tee-shirt or a small hand towel.

It is important to distribute the weight evenly in your backpack to maintain good posture when you are carrying it.The heaviest items should be in the middle, next to the frame and close to your back as it would be better for balance.

The bottom part is for the lightest things, sleeping bags are so light that they weigh only 580g and can be stuffed into the backpacks easily.

Those travelling overseas and also within the country are opting for backpacks because they can be carried as hand luggage and need not be checked in. This cuts the waiting time at airports.

The smaller backpacks are normally used to carry snacks, water, one or two pieces of clothing and other personal items.

GPS,MAPS and Backpack for Camper

Garmin GPS: eTrex Legend GPS

An affordable favorite for hikers, backpackers and travelers, the Garmin eTrex Legend GPS is a practical balance of built-in basemap features and retraceable waypoint tracking. The included basemap has all features, including oceans, lakes, rivers, cities, interstates and other major motorways. The 8MB internal memory records your extra details like marine cartography, fishing hot spots and more....Read More...

Without a doubt, the Garmin eTrex Legend GPS remains one of the most affordable and well-detailed GPS units for hikers, backpackers and domestic travelers. While other GPS units offer more features (and color displays) the eTrex Legend GPS has a proven reputation for durability, reliability and ease-of-use. It includes 8MB of internal memory for retraceable waypoint tracking and automatic log tracking (you can save up to ten tracks for retracing later). The preloaded basemap includes oceans, lakes, rivers cities, interstates and other major roads. You can also customize locations with your own waypoints for fishing spots and other personal waypoints. A backlight makes the eTrex Legend GPS easy to read in low light conditions. The colorful blue case is easy to spot in your backpack or travel bag and remains completely waterproof.

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14 Mei 2008

Pulau Besar Melaka

Pulau Besar is located at 3 nautical miles off the coast. The ideal getaway from the hustle and bustle in the city, one will appreciate the tranquillity and natural beauty of the island. Pulau Besar is also surrounded by intriguing folklore, sacred graves and shrines. The island has an international class hotel and several chalets. Snorkeling, swimming, fishing and jungle trekking are some popular activities.

Getting There

Lying 5 km off the coast of Melaka. To reach the island, visitors can embark on air conditioned ferries from Melaka Quayside. Another way is to take a bumboat or speedboat from Umbai village, eight kilometres south of Melaka Town.

8 Mei 2008


Bersiul di dalam hutan

Dilarang sama sekali kerana ini akan menarik perhatian berbagai jenis binatang buas. Apabila kehadiran orang yang memasuki hutan itu diketahui oleh binatang buas, dirinya berada dalam keadaan bahava.

Bersiul adalah perbuatan yg ditegah didalam Islam sebab Sewaktu Iblis turun kebumi, dia Bersiul-siul sambil mencari anak-anak Adam utk disesatkan. Maka Kesimpulannya Bersiul tu Amalan Iblis

Melaung Semasa di Hutan

Perbuatan melaung di hutan juga ditegah. Melaung atau bercakap dengan kuat dipercayai akan menarik perhatian berbagai-bagai jenis jembalang serta binatang buas yang ada di dalam hutan.
Mentera & jampi serapah menjurus kepada syirik. Amalan ni patut ditinggalkan. Penggunaan telur & kemenyan biasanya dikaitkan dengan jin. Dalam Islam amalan ini diganti dengan kenduri doa selamat / memadai dengan selawat. Insya'allah sentiasa dilindungi.


Penggunaan tangkal sering dilakukan bagi mejaga diri. Adat masyarakat melayu mengguna tangkal sebagai pelindung selain dari Yang Maha Melindungi dijatuhkan hukum syirik.

Bahaya penggunaan tangkal

Tangkal dari unsur haiwan;
Bagi tangkal yg diperbuat dari unsur haiwan, mengundang bahaya dari haiwan lain juga. Misalnya; tangkal dari kuku bapa rimau. Bau rimau tersebut dikatakan degeruni oleh rimau2 lain namun mungkin ada bapa rimau lain yg cuba mendekati bau ni sebagai pencabar kekuatan.

Tangkal dari unsur jin;
Jin akan menjaga tuannya namun jin sesama jin adakalanya akan berlawan dan akibatnya pada manusia.

seeloknya guna ayat2 al-Quran & doa sebagai pendinding dan pemagar.

Seru haiwan
Elakkan dari menyeru nama2 haiwan dengan perasaan riak/mempersenda2 haiwan tersebut. Ingat Ujian Illahi.

Seru Jin
Elakkan dari seru nama2 jin, jembalang, qarin & seumpamanya.

Laung Nama sahabat
Seeloknya elakkan dari laung nama sahabat, sebab ada jin / hantu syaitan yang suka mengajuk dan akan menyeru nama tersebut. Ini boleh mengelirukan kita.

Adab membuang air
Kenalpasti lokasi bukanlah rumah/tempat jin/syaitan bertenggek.
Jin suka tinggal di semak-samun, lubang2 pokok/tanah, pokok yang besar, gua2.
Beri salam sebelum membuang air, jangan pancut arah banir pokok besar sebaliknya pancut arah bertentangan.

Doa Aku Masuk Hutan

Bismillah.."Tidak akan rosak dan musnah diriku diatas sebarang PERBUATAN MAKHLUK melainkan diizinkan ALLAH taala"

How do you get the Malaysia Map for Adventure or Jungle Treking

The Department of Survey and Mapping Malaysia provide complete and conclusive cadastral information for issuing land, strata and stratum titles.

You can purchase the maps through online at the Survey and maping department through this link.

First you have to register as a user to make an order. The cost is around RM 10.00 each

This is the list of maps available to purchase online through the website please click here

HISTORY of JUPEM (The Department of Survey and Mapping Malaysia)


Malaysia covers an area of about 329,758 square kilometers, consisting of 11 states and a federal territory in Peninsular Malaysia and 2 states and a federal territory in the north-western area of the Borneo Island. The two regions are separated by about 540 km. by the South China Sea. Peninsular Malaysia, covering 131,598 sq. km. has its frontiers with Thailand and Singapore while the states in Borneo Island covering 198,160 sq. km., borders the territory of Indones⁩as Kalimantan to the South and The Philippines to the North.

Malaysia lies close to the equator between latitudes of 1° and 7°N and longitudes of 100° and 119°E and consists of the following states: Perlis, Kedah, Pulau Pinang (Penang), Perak, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka (Malacca), Johor (Johore), Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, and Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur (Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur) in Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak in Borneo Island and the Wilayah Persekutuan Labuan (Federal Territory of Labuan), an island situated off the west coast of Sabah.

Tasek Bera, Pahang

Tasek Bera is a fresh water lake found in the state of Pahang. Unlike Taman Negara, Tasek Bera receives much less visitors and the area still retains its peace and quiet serenity. For anglers, this is also a good place to land big catches. However, in terms of variety of activities, this place has less to offer than Taman Negara. This is also the home to one of the smallest group of indigenous people in Malaysia, the Semelai.

Tasek BeraTasek Bera with its patches of vegetations

As most of the guides there do not speak English, language can be a big problem thus making Jungle Trekking and probably Night Walk less worthwhile. The best activity is still fishing and in small groups, the guide is able to lead you to more remote part of the lake where there are better catches. For those who have some cash to spare, a trip to Lembayung Waterfall is worth it. However, do not expect a large magnificent waterfall, rather, this is a small but clean waterfall with a nice large pool to have a dip. There are also canoes to rent out and you can venture into the vast lake. However, it is a maze out there and you may be lost in the tall grasses.
Basically, this lake is a great place to go to if you just want to spend the weekend at some place quiet and peaceful. Engage in some leisurely activity like fishing or just canoe about on the great lake and catch the sunset in the evening. Time seems to be at a standstill at Tasek Bera, a good breather away from the hectic city pace.

From Triang,Pahang to Tasek Bera

Arrange with the Tasek Bera Resort for transport to the resort.


Kompleks Pelancongan Tasek Bera
Mini Pos Bandar 32 Bera
28300 Triang
Pahang Darul Makmur.
09 276 2505


Gunung Belumut (1010m) Kluang Johor Malaysia

Located 18km east of Kluang, Johor. It usually takes any healthy individual about one full day to ascend and descend from the mountain. For a small group, it is usually more common to travel there and start climbing immediately, camping near the summit.

There is a resort at the entrance of the mountain and the road. To enter to the resort area the security guard would want to see a nominal roll of the participants with a police stamp on it before allowing you to climb the mountain. The resort offers two types of chalet a toilet and food stalls. Thus the mountain can get quite crowded over the weekends. Entry to the mountain is still free at the moment but it is now necessary to pay a fee to climb the mountain. The resort management would help to inform the State Director Forestry.

 It is still quite clean as not many people visit the mountain but with the resort at the base of the mountain and the resulting increase in popularity, more rubbish are being dumped on the mountain. There is a very nice stream at the base of the mountain where trekkers can take a cool dip at the end of the trek. There is also a small waterfall about a storey high near a campsite 40mins from the starting point of the trek.

There are several campsites for this trek. The best campsite is the one that is located at near the starting point, beside the stream. There is one at the near bank that can hold about 20 people and another one at the opposite bank that can hold another 20. There is another campsite that can hold about 20 people after about 15min trek on the right side of the trail.

There are two campsites near the summit. The first one can hold about 12 people and it is sheltered from the elements by stunned trees is about 30min walk from the summit. The water supply is a pathetic slow flowing stream about 10min walk towards the left side of the campsite. This campsite is easily identifiable by rubbish left behind by other inconsiderate trekkers. The last campsite is just 30m further up the mountain, also known as the Botak hill. The campsite here can hold about 20 people, but it is not sheltered from strong wind that may blow across the summit. As the vegetation here is quite sparse and it is on top of a small knoll, there may be a danger of lightning strikes. For campsites near the summit, the night can be quite cold and a sleeping bag is strongly recommended for those camping there.

Fees and charges
Contact Mr Hadi (resort manager)
Fees for climbing Gunung Belumut: Rm30 for every 5 persons
Campsite fee per person per night: Rm2.50
Remarks: Pass nominal roll stamped at Kg Gajah Police Station to Hadi.

Need to report to police station at Kumpong Gajah.Ask taxi driver to bring team leader there.
Required information: Name, address and length of stay on mountain.
Remember to report back to police station at the end of the climb.

6 Mei 2008

The tallest Waterfall in South East Asia

Experience outdoor in the wilderness of a tropical rainforest in Kelantan and camp overnight on top of the highest waterfall in Malaysia. Cooling environment with crystal clear water. Wake up to the spectacular sunrise view while listening to the morning calls of the gibbons. Scale up to the famous summit of Mt Stong at 1,442m.

The best way to enter the interiors of Kelantan and, at the same time, get a first-hand look at the typical village life, is to take the KTM train – once romantically known as the Jungle Train in the spirit of adventure and exploration – right through the state. Dabong lies in the area dedicated as Mt.Stong State Park(formerly called Jelawang Jungle)and is situated on the fringes of Malaysia’s massive Titiwangsa range. The mountainous backdrop there is made up of a chain of majestic peaks, waiting to be conquered – Gunung Ayam, Gunung Stong, Gunung Tera, Gunung Saji, Gunung Koh, Gunung Baha, Gunung Beirut, Gunung Che Tahir.

At the peak of Stong Waterfalls is Baha’s Camp – and much-appreciated rest for tired legs. Weary travellers often make Baha’s Camp their pit stop for the night before continuing up Gunung Stong the following day. It has eight wooden huts and two camping grounds that can accommodate between 200 and 300 people at one time. From here, one can sit at the edge of smooth, large rocks and watch the crystal-clear waters of Stong river rush down over the steep edge of the mountain. In the mornings, a thick fog floats in the air creating the dreamy effect of walking on clouds.

The ecotourist will find much to delight him were he to take an upriver cruise of Sungai Kelantan into the virgin rainforests of Kelantan. The secrets of the jungle will unfold itself if he looks and listens; and the little villages along the bank is an added bonus.

Take Bus No. 5 which leaves the main terminal at 7.45 every morning for Kuala Krai. At Kuala Krai, take the boat which leaves at 10.00 am for Dabong. The 2-hour boat ride affords ample time to take in the grandeur of the rainforests.

Upon reaching Dabong, you have about three hours to while away before catching the boat back to Kuala Krai at 3.15 pm. Take a stroll around the village and observe the villagers at their daily chores.

Alternatively, you can venture up to Jelawang to stay the night in one of the chalets (RM25.00 including meals). A one and a half-hour jungle trek brings you to the Jelawang Waterfall, spectacular and every bit worth the effort.

5 Mei 2008

Port Dickson refreshing cool breeze

Port Dickson is the second smallest district in Negeri Sembilan. It is geographically located on the west coast of Negeri Sembilan. It borders Seremban and Rembau on the east while Sungai Sepang and Sungai Linggi divide it from Selangor & Melaka respectively.

Port Dickson or more popularly known as P.D., is a favourite weekend getaway for people from KL and Singapore. Especially for those, who are seeking some time away from the hot, stifling cities. During the weekend an estimated average of 45,000 people visited the beaches in the district stretching about 25 kilometres facing the calm of Straits.

Refreshing cool breeze blowing in from the Straits of Malacca and the relaxed environment was one of the reasons for choosing this tiny seaside village as a colonial beach resort. Sir Frederick Dickson who 'founded' PD, was a leading official in the Straits Settlement during the 1880s. He had been searching long for a suitable deepwater port. To reduce transportation costs, he was hoping that he could shorten the travelling time from the interior tin mines at Sungei Ujong to the coast by setting up a port at PD instead of using the old, winding land route all the way to Klang.

Restaurants and quaint seaside food stalls are also common in this seaside haven. PD – as the locals affectionately call it – also has other attractions such as the , the Kuala Lukut Floating Fishing Deck, the Lukut Estuary Fishing Jetty, the Tanjung Tuan Lighthouse and the Pengkalan Kempas Historical Complex.

Kuala Lukut. Kuala is a Malay word for estuary. You may just guess, it is a nice fishing spot. There are facilities for boating to the sea.

Mount Kinabalu - Sabah, Malaysia

Gunung Kinabalu, one of the highest mountains in Southeast Asia at 4093m is located in Kinabalu Park, Sabah. It is accessible to all trekkers. The Summit Trail leading to Low’s Peak is equipped with clear paths and ropes to climb steep rocky sections. Exotic plant life such as the Necklace Orchid can be seen on the climb.The mountain is the focal point of the whole Park which covers an area of 754 sq km (291 sq miles), and includes vegetation types ranging from the rich lowland dipterocarp zone through the montane oak. rhododendron, and conifer forests to the alpine meadow plants and stunted bushes of the summit zone an area that probably has one of the richest flora in the world.

Visitor accommodation, restaurants and an exhibit centre are found here as well as the Park offices. It is only a 2 hour drive from Sabah's capital of Kota Kinabalu on a good sealed road and the Park is an ideal spot for day visitors and climb the mountain or explore the forest trails.For the first time visitor there is the free visitor programs organized by the Park. Regular evening slide/film shows and guided trail walks in the mornings are given by the Park Naturalists at the Park Headquarters.

Climbing weather is best around the month of April while November and December brings rain. The temperature ranges from a comfortable 20-25 degrees Celsius at the main park to something approaching freezing near the top (depending on the weather). Bring clothing appropriate or else you will get cold and be miserable. If possible, climb during the full moon as it helps illuminate the white rope that marks out the climbing path.

Most people stay in the Kinabalu Park the night before the climb, which you should begin at 7:00am. You will need to register at the park HQ, obtain a climbing permit and hire a guide before setting-off. These guides have lifetimes of experience climbing the mountain and can provide a mine of information on the way up.

The trail proper begins at the Timpohon Gate, a few miles from the HQ, and begins deceptively as you stroll down hill through lush tropical rainforest and a beautiful waterfall before heading steadily upwards. Rest stops are dotted along the entirety of the path, often with stunning views back down the mountain. After around 3800ft, the vegetation begins to change to more temperate forests of oaks, chestnuts, and ferns, and as you climb higher and higher the trees begin to thin, until at 8000ft they are no more than gnarled and twisted stumps.

For more info please click here

Sabah Park directory

Climb Mount Kinabalu

Borneo and Malaysia Highpoint

2 Mei 2008

Gunug Korbu 2nd highest mountain in Peninsula Malaysia

Just 3 meters lower than Gunung Tahan. Gunung Korbu is resting along with many other 2000m peaks along the Titiwangsa range stretching along state borders of Kelantan, Pahang and Perak.

You can climb Korbu from Tanjung Rambutan, Ipoh, Perak which takes about 2 or 3 days to reach the summit. Or consider a more challenging trek starting from Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands, Pahang. The trek from Cameron Highlands is a traverse trek across Gunung Yong Blar (7156ft) and Gunung Gayong (7156ft), 3rd and 4th highest in Peninsula Malaysia respectively.

This was taken in between Korbu & Gayong in the morning at about 9am.

For first and two hours trekking is more easier and will cross a few river, after the easy trekking have to ascend until the first camp site which is the way slightly steep and need about four hours to reach the first camp site.The sightseeing along the way to first camp site there were have many durian tree, rambutan tree, coconut tree, petai tree and huge tree can be seen.

When reach the first camp site, there will still need 5 hours trekk to summit. Before one hour to summit the way is very steep almost 80 degree and a lot of tree root you could hold in order to climb up.

Actually when trekking along the first camp site have to take note to avoid lost in jungle. If raining season, there will have many leeches, mosquitoes and sand fly will sleep with you, well need to prepare mosquitoes coins.

Ascend to the summit of Korbu there have two trails, one is from Gunung Gayong and another one is from Tanjung Rambutan water dam.
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