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.

16 Mac 2009

Beli Peta - Jabatan Ukur dan Pemetaan Online Maps



Jabatan Ukur dan Pemetaan (JUPEM) bagi negeri-negeri di Semenanjung Malaysia dan Wilayah Persekutuan Labuan menjalankan aktiviti pengukuran hakmilik tanah berdasarkan kepada Kanun Tanah Negara (KTN) 1965. JUPEM Negeri adalah bertanggungjawab untuk menjalankan ukuran halus bagi lot-lot tanah dan penyediaan Pelan Akui bagi tujuan pengeluaran hakmilik tanah.

Dengan pelaksanaan projek-projek pengkomputeran yang giat di semua JUPEM Negeri seperti Sistem Pengurusan Data Kadaster (SPDK) dan Sistem Automasi Pejabat Ukur Daerah (SAPD) dalam aktiviti ukuran hakmilik tanah, JUPEM Negeri telah berjaya mewujudkan Pangkalan Data Ukur Kadaster (PDUK) yang mengandungi lot-lot kadaster berdigit serta Pangkalan Data Imej Dokumen (SPID) yang merupakan imej-imej pengimbasan Pelan Akui dalam format TIFF. Di samping itu, produk-produk ini boleh juga didapati dalam bentuk bercetak di semua kaunter jualan JUPEM Negeri.

Jika anda berminat untuk membeli atau ingin mengetahui dengan lebih lanjut mengenai produk-produk berdigit tersebut, berikut adalah senarai lengkap mengikut kategori.



Senarai Produk yang boleh dibeli secara online melalui e-biz:

Produk Kadaster
� Lot Kadaster Berdigit
� Pelan Akui
� Lembar Piawai

Produk Pemetaan
� Peta Topografi Tidak Terhad
� Peta Topografi Terhad
� Model Paramuka Berdigit
� Peta Tematik
� Peta Pelbagai
� Fotograf Udara
� Ortofoto
� Perkhidmatan Lain
� Penerbitan

Produk Geodetik
� Stesen Kawalan GPS
� Tanda Aras
� Data Graviti

Perkhidmatan Geodetik
� Transformasi Koordinat
� Hitungan Ketinggian Geoid
� MyRTKnet Data
� Peta Geoid (30km x 30km)

Jika terdapat sebarang pertanyaan atau komen, sila beri maklum balas dialamat :

Jabatan Ukur Dan Pemetaan Malaysia,
Wisma JUPEM, Jalan Semarak,
50578 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-26170800 Fax : 03-26933618
Email : webmaster@jupem.gov.my

10 Mac 2009

Gunung Chamah and Gunung Ulu Sepat


This mountain is remote and unknown to many people. It is located in Belum Forest. Any Malaysians will know that Hutan Belum is still virgin, untouched by the outside world. If you are lost in this Hutan Belum, the nearest civilisation is 40 to 50 kilometers away and that's about 3 days of trek if you walked straight. There are only a handful of people that has sumitted this mountain.

There's abundant supply of flora, high in medicinal value. Aboriginal tribes, called Orang Asli still use this forest as a base for primary living. The only contact to the outside world is a 3 hours boat ride through Temenggur Lake (Tasik Temenggur).

Tasik Temenggur is formed when the government decide to built a dam on a Temenggur River in 1970s. As a result, the forest submerged in water to form the lake. Even now, we can see most of the dead tree coming out of the water, still standing proud. This lake has been a main transport system for the Orang Asli, linking Grik to Pos Kemar.

Gunung Chamah lies in the north-western corner of Kelantan and is the fifth highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia. It is one of the Peninsula's G7 (mountains above 7,000ft/2,134m). Gunung in Malay literally means mountains with an elevation of 1,000 m and above. In Peninsular Malaysia, there are several of these mountains located along the main mountain ranges called the Titiwangsa Range.

The distance between the starting point of trek to the summit is about 45 map square kilometers. The expedition has to be planned carefully. Only experienced guide is able to guide this whole expedition.

Today, jungle trekking and mountaineering is one of the most popular outdoor sports/activities in Malaysia. Thanks to the peace agreement made some 20 years ago, more and more Malaysian youths are opting for this activities as it will be more fun and adventuring as more species of flora and fauna are being discovered in the forest. It is most evident during the holiday seasons that most of the mountain tops in the Peninsular are jammed with hikers and trekkers. Preparations, training and bookings for permits and transport have to be done months ahead.

Gunung Chamah is one of the harder mountains, because of getting there (to the start of the trek) as well as the trek itself. However, it is also one of the best treks , as the place is rather untouched and beautiful. Be careful, as tigers still roam around the treks there.


Height: 2181 m (Fifth highest in Peninsular Malaysia)

Location: Hutan Belum, Perak

Foot: Pos Kemar, Perak

Duration (Ulu Kinta-Korbu-Ulu Kinta): 8 days

Expedition type: Heavyweight backpacking

Coordinates : 5deg 13'43.34" N, 101deg 34'24.41" E

3 Mac 2009

Gunung Tebu (1039 meter/ 3408 kaki) Besut, Terengganu.


Gunung Tebu atau dikenali dengan Sugar Cane Mountain, adalah salah sebuah gunung yang menarik dan mudah untuk didaki. Permandangan yang berlatarbelakangkan Laut China Selatan serta Pulau Perhentian dapat dilihat dari puncak sekiranya cuaca cerah dan tidak berkabus.

Terletak di Hutan Lipur Lata Belatan, Daerah Besut yang mempunyai jenis Hutan Dipt erokarp Bukit serta Hutan Konifer di Kemuncak. Jaraknya 24 km dari Pekan Jertih melalui Jalanraya Kuala Terengganu-Jertih, 118 km dari Kuala Terengganu. Untuk sampai ke hutan lipur ini pengunjung boleh menggunakan kenderaan sendiri atau teksi dari Bandar Permaisuri atau Pekan Jertih. Dari pekan jertih, kita terus menuju ke Kampung Jabi.

Untuk ke puncak gunung Tebu hanya mengambil masa 5 hingga 6 jam perjalanan. Perjalanan bermula dari pondok Jabatan hutan dan melintasi sebuah jambatan gantung.Keadaan perjalanan landai dan rata. Dari jambatan gantung menyusuri sungai hanya mengambil masa selama 30 minit untuk sampai ke satu kawasan tapak perkhemahan terdapat cabang sungai yang dipanggil Sungai Y(punca air terakhir). Disarankan agar mengambil sedikit air hanya untuk minuman sepanjang perjalanan ke puncak.


Kita perlu mendaki dan mula memasuki hutan Lipur Gunung Tebu. Kecerunan pendakian hanya sekitar 45 darjah . Sekitar pendakian, kita akan sampai di satu kawasan yang mempunyai batu besar yang berketinggian lebih dari 5 meter ia dikenali sebagai Batu Mat Hassan. Dari mengambil masa selama 2 jam sebelum sampai di puncak, kita akan berjumpa dengan satu kawasan lereng dikenali dengan Jendela Dunia untuk menikmati pemandangan keseluruhan Gunung Tebu.

Di puncak Gunung Tebu jarang pendaki akan bermalam kerana, tiada sumber air disana. Untuk ke tapak perkhemahan hanya mengambil masa 20 minit dari puncak. Terdapat satu papan tanda dari PMM dan satu batu tongkol yang sangat besar. Batu tersebut seperti bola yang telah dibelah dua jarak tapak perkhemahan hanya 300 meter.

Terdapat sebuah kawasan lapang yang dan batu-batu besar dan juga sebuah kubur. Di sini kawasan terbuka dan berangin, disarankan agar turun kebawah sedikit disini terdapat banyak pokok-pokok renek dan dekat dengan sumber air lebih kurang lima minit dari kawasan perkhemahan.



Untuk maklumat, lanjut, boleh menghubungi terus dengan pihak berkenaan :

Pegawai Hutan Daerah
Pejabat Hutan Daerah Terengganu Selatan,
23000 Dungun, Terengganu.
Tel. : 09-8441404

MVFRA CAMPING & JUNGLE SURVIVAL


Nature Ranger Camp

The objective of setting up this type of training camp is to expose the younger children to natural environment. The type of training camp is held during the school holidays. They are taught, among other things, the following:-

1. Safety and awareness of the environment

2. Love nature and learn to keep the environment clean

3. Develop team-work

4. Create self-confidence

5. Maintain discipline

Kids will learn the proper way in camping, set up camp, learn how to start a fire, cook as well as some basic survival skills in the jungle.




Camping Safety

Here are some helpful tips and information so that you will be well prepared for your camping trip.

  1. Plan your trip so that you arrive at your actual campsite with enough daylight left to check over the entire campsite and to set-up camp.
  2. Be sure to check the site thoroughly for glass, sharp objects, branches that could fall or are hung low.
  3. Check the contour of the land and look for potential trouble due to rain. Check for areas that could flood or become extremely muddy and cause problems.
  4. Look for level with enough room to spread out all your camping gear.
  5. Look for a site that has trees or shrubs on the side of the prevailing winds. This will help block the wind if it should gust or get quite strong.
  6. Check for potential hazards at the campsite such as: poison ivy, bees, ants, sharp objects and other dangerous areas.
  7. Fire is of prime concern at the campsite. Be sure you have an area for a fire that cannot spread laterally or vertically. When ever a fire is lit at the campsite be sure that someone is assigned to watch it at all times. Keep water nearby for emergencies. Be sure that when you put the fire out you use water and soil and be certain that the fire is completely out, cool to the touch. Embers buried within the pile of ashes have a tendency to reignite later.
  8. Keep your campsite fires to an absolute minimum at all times.
  9. Dispose of all trash properly in the proper recycling bins if available.
  10. Return the campsite to its original condition for the next camper if you disturb it in any way.
  11. Don't forget your good recycling habits on vacation. They are just as important camping as they are at home.
  12. RV campers should be extremely careful to travel on proper roads within the site so as not to get stuck. Not all roads within the site are made for an R.V.
  13. Check your R.V. before leaving home, on route, at the campsite upon arrival and before departure for any damage, repairs or maintenance problems.
  14. Make sure everyone in the R.V. is using seat belts whenever possible. That includes passengers as well.
  15. Your holding tanks should be using non-toxic chemicals at all times.



GUIDELINES FOR A SAFE & FUN CAMPING VACATION

Safety Outdoors


  1. Keep first aid supplies and emergency telephone numbers accessible at all times.
  2. Know where the nearest telephone or ranger station is located and if possible, carry a cell phone.
  3. Dress children in several layers of clothing. The inner layer should be a breathable, synthetic material that pulls moisture from the skin.
  4. Remember, a child’s body temperature changes faster than adults.
  5. Check the weather forecast before you leave.
  6. Pack essentials, such as flashlights, extra food, water, and rain gear in case of bad weather.
  7. Make sure sleeping bags are clean, warm and dry.
  8. Inform others where you are camping and when you’ll return.
  9. Teach kids these skills and how to be safe and responsible in the outdoors.
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