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

PANTAI POK TUNGGAL, INDONESIA

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

24 Februari 2009

Campingaz® Easy Clic®" valve system



The introduction of this Campingaz® patented invention, the "Easy Clic®" valve system, has revolutionized the connection of appliances to cartridges.

The system allows you to simply click your Campingaz® appliance onto the valve cartridge and align it with the control knob - now you're ready to enjoy the great outdoors!



This easy-to-handle system is both reliable and safe, providing a clear indication of whether the connection is open or closed and reducing the possibility of damaging
the appliance or over-tightening the valve.

Source from http://www.campingaz.com/

Kenong Rimba Park


An unspoilt tropical forest havens, Kenong Rimba Park nestled amidst the lustful green vegetation offers spectacular adventures for agro and eco-tourism.

The second one, the jungle has slept for 100 million years, undisturbed by the ice-age which covered the northern hemisphere. Here is where the flora and fauna has the opportunity to evolve into exotic and unique species.

Many travellers interested in experiencing the wonders of the rainforest jungle are realising the importance of this relatively untouched, intriguing piece of jungle land possibly with much help from the Lonely Planet, Rough Guide etc. It is not difficult to imagine why. This relatively small (about 128km sq) but significant reserve park shares its northern border with Taman Negara. Thankfully, facilities are kept as basic as possible so that visitors can truly sink into a bit of roughing out at the campsites. There are only 4 basic chalets (2 to each chalet) and a longhouse that can accommodate 60 persons. Water is supplied from nearby streams and there is no electricity supply.

Kenong Rimba Park boasts a complex network of caves, each with its own unique geological formation and fascinating legend. The most captivating is none other than the Gua Batu Tinggi, the habitat of a variety of wild orchids. Some of the more notable caves are Gua Batu Tangga, Gua Batu Tangkup and Gua Batu Telahup.


Each limestone cave is situated about half an hour's trek from each other. The most striking is the Gua Batu Tinggi, which resembles a dug-out boat. The Sungai Kenong River passes though this cave. Local folklore has it that the cave was formed when a boat carrying the King’s messenger from Pekan was turned into stone. This cave is approximately 122 to 152 metres above sea level. Here you can find a variety of plant life that includes orchids, fig trees and epiphytes.



Who to contact

For more information, please contact: Kuala Lipis District Forest Office. Government Office Complex. 27200 Kuala Lipis, Pahang. Phone: 09-3121273, 09-3124106 (Direct). Fax: 09-3123745


Source from
1. KENONG RIMBA PARK
2. Tourism Malaysia
3. Journeymalaysia.com

4. cuti.com.myCUTI.com.my

Belum-Temengor Rainforest

Belum-Temengor Rainforest is where the wonders of nature come alive. Over 130 million years of age and encompassing 300,000 hectares, this tropical paradise is home to a vast number of species of animals and plants, many of which cannot be found anywhere else in the world.

Situated in the state of Perak, at the border of Peninsular Malaysia and Thailand, the stunning landscape of Belum-Temengor Rainforest houses over 3,000 species of flowering plants, including three species of the largest flower in the world – the Rafflesia. It is also the natural habitat of 64 species of ferns, 62 species of mosses, and has a lake that is home to 23 species of freshwater fish and 5 species of turtles.

Temenggor Dam or Banding Lake This giant lake covering 15,200 hectares, is situated at the heart of Belum (Temengor Forest Reserve). Dead tree trunks standing solemnly in still, murky waters gives the dam a surreal quality. It is rich in many types of fish such as the 'Kelah’, 'Tenggalan’ and 'Baung’.



This remote 103.6-hectare site delivers fish of generous proportions. The locality around the resort is landscaped with bougainvilleas and there are car-parking bays available. It is an ideal haven for total relaxation to unwind and rediscover the presence of a green sanctuary amidst tranquility.

Some of the activities here includes nature camping, bird watching, jungle trekking, mountain climbing and fishing. visitors can also visit the aborigine settlement. Additionally, there are boat rides and sightseeing services available around the lake.

A good vacation would be aboard houseboats built with unique tropical style accommodations. With large guest rooms which provide privacy for guest and a balcony located on the upper deck for a spectacular view of the lake, it features an open concept providing an airy atmosphere and the experience of living with nature - moving your "floating hotel suite" when you want to, where you want to.

For more information on lodging, boat ride, trekking and nature guide, call the

Perak State Economic Planning Unit (Tourism) at 05-5225119 or
Perhilitan Perak at 05-7911164.

Source from
1. Belum Resort
2. go2travelmalaysia.com
3. Tourism Malaysia