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.

12 Jun 2008



Lokasi Batu 9, Jalan Pantai

Pantai Purnama dahulunya dikenali sebagai Pantai Batu 9. Pantai ini telah dibangunkan dalam Projek RMK 7 dan siap sepenuhnya pada penghujung tahun 2000.


Terdapat pelbagai kemudahan di sini yang di antaranya , tapak perkhemahan, kemudahan pejalan kaki dan wakaf. Tapak perkhemahan yang terdapat di sini dikendalikan oleh pihak swasta dimana kemudahan yang disediakan adalah:

  1. Menyewa tapak & khemah
  2. Tempat BBQ
  3. Kemudahan bilik mandi & tandas
  4. Restoran


Batu 9, Jalan Pantai. Pengunjung boleh ke sini dengan melalui simpang ke Ancasa All Suites Apartment.


Majlis Perbandaran Port Dickson
Km. 1, Jalan Pantai
71009 Port Dickson.
Tel: 06-647 1335

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Gunung Santubong Kuching Sarawak

Peak Of Mt. Santubong

Gunung Santubong is located in the northern coastal area of Kuching, only 20 minutes driving distance. Hill Dipterocarp forest is covering almost the whole area. There are a few beautiful waterfalls can be found here. This is the great place for wildlife photography and hiking!

The Santubong jungle trail is maintained by the Holiday Inn resorts but open to all. The trail branches out into the mountain trek where a trekker can climb Mount Santubong (810m) in about six hours.

The jungle trail itself is a one to two hours trek, depending on pace. I would recommend applying insect repellent except that it seemed to attract more mosquitoes instead (this observation is verified by a local guide). The jungle is dense but the trail is well-marked (look for the blue markings at the tree barks; red is for mountain trekkers).

Gunung Santubong
(Mount Santubong) - the summit is around 2658 feet above the sea level.

The top of Mt. Santubong. The coldest and the wind that breezes the skin. The most fancinating view on top of the mountain. Feel the fresh air. Feels like king.

Blackwater waterfall at the south-western part of Gunung Santubong.

4 Jun 2008

Bako National Park Sarawak

Bako's main attraction is its plants diversity. Vegetation types range from lowland dipterocarp forests to almost desert-like scrub ("padang") on the upper plateau. Amongst this plant life are the strange carnivorous plants (pitcher plants, sundews, bladderworts).

Bako's mangrove forest is home to the rare proboscis monkey, found only in Borneo. Because Bako's wildlife is totally protected, it has grown used to people and some species like the long-tailed macaques, silver leaf monkeys, monitor lizards and bearded pigs can be easily seen.

For a start the wooden chalets and resthouses are surrounded by virgin jungle, and what’s more, wildlife is everywhere.Almost every type of vegetation in Borneo is found here - 25 distinct types of vegetation form seven complete ecosystems from beach vegetation and mangrove forest to dipterocarp rainforest.

The constant erosion over millions of years, had turned Bako into a picturesque coastline of steep cliffs, rocky head-lands and many stretches of sandy bays. The erosion caused by constant waves at the base of cliffs had carved and created many of the rocks into sea arches and sea stacks. Beautiful sandstone formation featuring pink and iron patterns on cliff faces can be seen along most of the coastline. Bako National Park is truly an ideal place for nature lovers and eco-minded adventurers.

There is a nominal entry fee for all National Parks in Sarawak. Photo permits are also required. Check with the National Parks and Wildlife Office in Kuching or the Sarawak Tourism Board for the latest fee structure. Day trippers to Bako can obtain a permit and pay any fees at the boat jetty in Kampung Bako.

Jungle Trekking is an activity for the whole family but can also be challenging especially on the more difficult trails. If possible, choose your route to suit your fitness level. The jungles of Sarawak hide creatures yet to be recorded in the science books and who knows, you may be the one to discover them?


- Bako National Park

- Kubah National Park
- Lambir National Park
- Mount Santubong

- Mulu National Park

- Niah National Park
- Similajau National Park.

List Mountain's In Sabah and Sarawak

Gunung Kinabalu 4093m Kinabalu Park, Sabah
Gunung Tambuyukon 2580m Kinabalu Park, Sabah
Gunung Trusmadi 2643m Sabah
Gunung Silam 883m Lahad Datu, Sabah
Gunung Lotong 1667m Maliau Basin, Sabah
Gunung Penrissen 1329m Sarawak
Tama Abu 2113m Kelabit Highlands, Sarawak
Bukit Batu Buli 2082m Kelabit Highlands, Sarawak
Bukit Batu Lawi 2046m Kelabit Highlands, Sarawak
Bukit Batu 2092m Hose Mountains, Sarawak
Bukit Batu Iran 2018m Sarawak
Gunung Mulu 2376m Sarawak
Gunung Santubong 810m Sarawak

More info click here

2 Jun 2008

Gunung Datuk Rembau, Negeri Sembilan.

The trail is really straightforward as there's one clear path leading all the way to the peak. It's well-trodden and pretty wide, so trekkers should not get lost nor get tangled with thorny plants. Along the way, there's a patch of yam plants where the leaves stand out from among the common jungle tropical flora.

At 900m, Gunung Datuk is considered a short mountain and the hike up to the summit takes about 2-3 hours. The summit offers a splendid full 360 degree unobstructed panorama view of the entire state.

The summit was fantastic! The summit was like a 10 minuted climb from the campsite, and there were already ladders and ropes to assist us up the boulders. The setting sun and the nightsky was fantastic, and so was the sunrise!

August 1, 2003, the District Office of Rembau has given authority to the Kampung people to collect fees to maintain the chalets and cleanliness of the area. Among the items and sevices that they charge included that of chalets, guidesm canopy rental, chairs, rubber tapping, trekking permit, issuance of trekking certificate, and P.A. system.
The only fees we are aware of are:
Trekking Permit RM1.00 per person
PermitCamp Site RM3.00 per tent

Abd. Rahman bin Hj Idris
Taman Rekreasi Gunung Datuk
Kampung Batang Nyamor
71350 Kota,
Rembau, Negeri Sembilan
Telephone: 06-4382390

Templer's Park Waterfalls

This waterfall set the backdrop of a beautiful picnic and camping spot. The basin where the track lies, was fairly flat and broad. About 30-40 meters wide and a meandering trail just on the bank left bank of the river all the way to the waterfall.

Located 22 kms north of Kuala Lumpur lies a lush green forest called Templer Park. A natural swimming pool is found at the foot of the trail into the park. Take a dip in the cool waters of the pool if you dare! Changing rooms are located nearby. Otherwise trek 45 mins into the forest where the trail runs beside a gurgling stream. Along the trail look out for various flora, butterflies and birds. At the end of the walk a waterfall greets your slight.

There were lots of suitable spots at the each bend of the river. These are more suitable as picnic area. For experienced campers, water level tends to rise quickly if it is raining some where upstream. But judging from the watermarks left behind and knowing that river drains a series of low hills, flash flood if any will not rise to any dramatic level.

Visit the waterfall on weekends when there is a crowd, otherwise the trekking in seems so lonely. As for the swimming pool, knowing the Malaysian crowd, I would advise to try it out on week days.
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