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Bukit Panorama

SUMMARY Bukit Panorama is a hill located in Sugnei Lembing, 45km northwest of Kuantan.

Bukit Tabur

Updates as of 5 Jan 2017: Tabur West and East are closed to public until further notice due to accidents. Tabur Far East, Extreme and Extra are still open. SUMMARY Also known as Bukit Hangus, Bukit Tabur is one of the oldest quartz ridge in the world.

Pelepah Waterfalls

  SUMMARY: Pelepah waterfalls, also known as Lombong waterfalls is located near the town of Kota Tinggi, state of Johor, Peninsular Malaysia.

Gunung Jasar

  SUMMARY Standing at 1696 meters high, Gunung Jasar is located in the town of Tanah Rata at Cameron Highlands in Pahang, Malaysia. 

Gunung Datuk

  SUMMARY Gunung Datuk is located at Rembau town, in the state of Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. Standing at 885 meters high, Gunung Datuk gives a 360 degree panorama view of the state.  The summit is easily identified by the formation of huge rocks with steel ladders for assistance.     TRANSPORTATION Gunung Datuk is located […]

Gunung Arong

SUMMARY Gunung Arong is a small hill located at Pennisular Malaysia, in the state of Mersing Johor. It stands at 273m and offers a view over the horizon of South China Sea.     TRANSPORTATION It is not known if there are any public transportation services to the vicinity of the area. Getting to the trailhead […]

Pine Tree Trail (Fraser Hill)

SUMMARY Pine Tree Trail is a hike located in Peninsula Malaysia, Pahang state, Fraser Hill. The peak of the trail stands at 1456 meters, which presents a view of the Titiwangsa range.   TRANSPORTATION To get to the trailhead, you will first need to reach Fraser Hill. There are no public transportation directly to Fraser […]

Gunung Angsi

SUMMARY Gunung Angsi is located in the Ulu Bendul Recreational Park, 20km from Seremban town, state of Negeri Sembilan, Peninsular Malaysia. Standing at 824m tall, Gunung Angsi is the 3rd tallest mountain in the Negeri Sembilan state.     TRANSPORTATION   TRAIL It takes approximately 3 hours to climb from the trail head to the […]

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  • Why we do, What we do

    Why we do, What we do

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    WHY WE LOVE HIKING? It is kind of already reflected in our name, Hikers For Life. We have been hiking for more than 10 years and have the intention to continue our hiking passion for the rest of our lives. So, why do we love hiking so much? Here are some of our reasons: We […]Continue Reading »
  • The Most Important Hiking Consideration, EVER

    The Most Important Hiking Consideration, EVER

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    The level of satisfaction from completing a hike varies from one person to another. Usually satisfaction level will depend on if weather is nice during your hike, or the scenery that you see at the summit, or the group of friends you’re with or even the speed that you have hiked. For me, none of […]Continue Reading »
  • Gunung Baling Hiking

    Gunung Baling Hiking

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    While randomly browsing Instagram pictures of fellow hikers, i came across the hashtag #gunungbaling and was stoked to find these beautiful pictures.   Gunung Baling is a hike located in Kedah, which isn’t one of those nearby hikes where we can just head over for a weekend. Kedah is 700+ km away from Singapore, and even if you drive […]Continue Reading »
  • Three Thing I Learnt About Myself While Hiking

    Three Thing I Learnt About Myself While Hiking

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    To those who have never hike before, one may think that hiking is about going to a particular destination, for example: climbing up a particular mountain. When one experiences hiking first hand, you will soon realise that hiking is a journey, a process and often, an opportunity to discover, understand and learn more about yourself. […]Continue Reading »
  • Hiking With A Special Need Kids

    Hiking With A Special Need Kids

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    I was hiking down the Eorimok trail on Mt. Hallasan in Jeju and chanced upon a late 30s female hiking with a Teenager with Down syndrome. As their speed was similar to my group, we keep seeing each other on the trail whereby we overtook them, subsequently they overtook us and the process kept repeating. […]Continue Reading »