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Rainforest, Camping, Trekking (Hiking) and Mountain Climbing

 

Rainforest, Camping, Trekking (Hiking) and Mountain Climbing

Malaysia's tropical rainforest is unique and it's the oldest rainforest in the world, with a large biodiversity of valuable plants and animals. The discovery of herbal plants in these jungles.

Rainforests are forests characterized by high rainfall, with definitions setting minimum normal annual rainfall between 1750–2000 mm (68-78 inches). The monsoon trough, alternately known as the inter-tropical convergence zone, plays a significant role in creating Earth's tropical rain forests.

40 to 75% of all species on the world's habitats are indigenous to the rainforests. It has been estimated that many millions of species of plants, insects, and microorganisms are still undiscovered. Tropical rainforests have been called the "jewels of the Earth", and the "world's largest pharmacy", because over one quarter of natural medicines have been discovered there. Rainforests are also responsible for 28% of the world's oxygen turn over, often misunderstood as oxygen production, processing it through photosynthesis from carbon dioxide and storing it as carbon through biosequestration.

The undergrowth in a rainforest is restricted in many areas by the lack of sunlight at ground level. This makes it possible to walk through the forest. If the leaf canopy is destroyed or thinned, the ground beneath is soon colonized by a dense, tangled growth of vines, shrubs, and small trees called a jungle. There are two types of rainforest, tropical rainforest and temperate rainforest.

Remarks
Trekking itinerary is a basic guideline only, therefore it can be slightly modified according to season or local events.

Departure possible all year long (subject to confirmation). English speaking guide/s. along with other camping materials are provided such as sleeping bag or sheet, ground mats, hammock, mosquito nets (comes with hammock), tent and all eating utensils. Participants should bring a good pair of jogging or trekking shoes, sunglasses, sun-cream, towel, toilets and personal effects, hat, torchlight, cotton shorts and T-shirts (at least one long pants & long sleeves t-shirt or pullover).

Note
Rain
fall in the rainforest, no one can tell when they will come or go............

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Belum Rainforest


Rafflesia

Belum Rainforest / Belum Valley (view photos) - Belum Forest is situated in the northern part of Peninsular Malaysia, in the state of Perak and it's around 365km from Kuala Lumpur. A virgin jungle with an area of more than 200.00 hectares, which ends at the border of Thailand.

Itineraries
Itinerary (4 days)  Itinerary II (5 days)

Refflesia (Rainforest) Trekking in Cameron Highlands with Batu Caves and Elephant Sanctuary


Gunung Brinchang


Rafflesia

Gunung Brinchang - Panoramic views form the road leading to the top of Gunung Brinchang, the highest road in Peninsular Malaysia at 6666 ft.

Refflesia Trekking in Cameron Highlands, Mossy Forest (at Mount Brinchang) with Batu Caves and Elephant Sanctuary in 3 days

Mount Kinabalu National Park


Mt. Kinabalu

The Kinabalu Park (photos) which covers an area 754 sq. kilometres is one of the greatest attractions of Sabah. The park is yearly visited by thousands of tourists who come to enjoy its climatic, scenic, floral and faunal splendors. more.....

Itineraries
Itinerary (2 days)  Itinerary II (3 days)  Itinerary III (4 days)

Itinerary IV (5 days)

Taman Negara National Park


Canopy Walkway in Taman Negara National Park

Taman Negara National Park (Kuala Luis - Mt. Tahan - photos) - Spread out over 4,343 sq. km of the formidable Titiwangsa Mountain range in Taman Negara - one of the world's oldest Rainforest. more.....

Itineraries
Taman Negara National Park (day tour)

Batu Caves, Taman Negara / Cameron Highlands (2 nights / 3 days)

Batu Caves, Taman Negara / Cameron Highlands (3 nights / 4 days)

Batu Caves, Elephant Sanctuary, Taman Negara (2 nights / 3 days)

Batu Caves, Elephant Sanctuary, Taman Negara / Cameron Highlands (3 nights / 4 days)

Taman Negara / Cameron Highlands / Elephant Sanctuary / Batu Caves (4 nights / 5 days)

Rainforest, Camping, Trekking (Hiking) and Mountain Climbing


Chilling Waterfall

Chilling Waterfall
Escape the city for a day tour to remember

For those with spirit of Adventure, and a love of rainforest be sure to escape the city to seek out the beautifully tranquil Chiling Waterfall. There three vertical falls are said to be the most stunning in all off Selangor State, the waterfall can only be reached by jungle hike (around 75 minutes hike one way) that crosses the Chiling River 6 times, before reaching the waterfall, be prepared to have to earn that paradise!

The hike is leach free (99%)

Chilling Waterfall @ Kuala Kubu Baru (view photo)

Endau Rompin National Park


Endau Rompin

Endau Rompin National Park - Located on the Johor-Pahang border, this 2-century-old extensive lowland forest is home to several rare and endangered species. This park is popular with conservationists and nature lovers who enjoy the wildlife and virgin environment.

Canopy Walkway (FIRM) and Batu Caves


Canopy Walkway in FIRM

Forest Institute of Malaysia (FRIM), about 85 years ago, the present institute grounds were little more than abandoned tin mine pits, vegetable gardens and shrubby forest. Since 1926, foresters and scientists have nurtured the forest back to life into a serene forest with inspiring trees.

Few other forests in the world have been studied as extensively as the FRIM Forest Science Park. As the planted trees matured, a wealth of knowledge of their growth and forest ecology has been accumulated. Today, FRIM has a wide reputation as a centre of excellent forestry research.

Apart from the scientific value of the forest, shady park-like arboreta as well as nature trails invite you for leisure and educational walks. There is a diversity of animal life, of which birds and squirrels are most readily seen.

Itineraries
Rainforest Canopy Walkway and Batu Caves (day tour)

Rainforest, Camping, Trekking (Hiking) and Mountain Climbing

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Templer's Park named after Sir Gerald Templer, a colonial administrator, rich in natural wilderness beauty is Templer's park, located 21km north of Kuala Lumpur . A verdant forest reserve forming a 1,214 hectares green lung for the city folk, templer's park attracts nature lovers, photographers, picnickers and campers.

Bring along a change of clothes, swimwear, insert repellant and a pair of binoculars if you are into bird watching. Wear suitable shoes as the around the waterfall can be slippery.

Itineraries
Itinerary (Day Tour)

 

 

 

 

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