Bukit Tabur and Sungai Pisang day trip

A back while in May 2010, i bring a few of my officemates and friends to Bukit Tabur and Sungai Pisang in Gombak. These place are just my usual place to bring my friends to outdoor activities, with simple hiking, jungle tracking and swimming.

Bukit Tabur is located in Taman Melawati. The place also becomes very popular for hiking activities during weekends, and sightseeing. The sunrise view was magnificent. I have blog about this place once before. There are a few routes, but we choose the place where I’m familiar with, the starting point at the water treatment plant.
Sungai Pisang on the other side is just jungle tracking, just 10 minutes, as we choose to park our cars just by the highway, Karak Highway. Its just about 10 minutes from Gombak toll. I do not want to do 40 minutes tracking anymore, just want to have some picnic, swimming, skip the tracking 🙂

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Wall climbing in extreme park, Putrajaya

Its been a long time since my last update on my blog. It have been my log of what I did, something that I want to remember. Well, you can say i forgot things easily.

I’ve been looking for a place to climb. Its been quite some time since I last climb, and I found a place not too far. Its in Putrajaya, Extreme Park. I’ve heard there are off-road bicycle trail near that place, but not really sure where is it. The climbing place is not too far from Putrajaya International Convention Center. The coordinate is N 2 53.318, E 101 40.082” or “2.889, 101.668, you can find it yourself of you have a GPS.


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They do provide equipments for rent to all visitors. Its quite a convenient for me to bring my friends who do not have any gears to start climbing, and the rates are quite affordable. Its just that some of them are worn out, and not really convenient to use, like the shoes. The entry fee is RM 6 for adults, and RM 3 for student (provided you have a student card)
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Sungai Pisang, Gombak.


Sungai Pisang were always be the best destination for an empty weekend. Just 1 minutes drive out to Karak Highway, and 10 minutes walk, there a hidden place with cold water, nice waterfall, just a great place for camping, ‘tiruk’, even abseiling and flying fox. We once setup flying fox in there for a group of IIUM students, and it was great!