Top 5 cool places for camping in Malaysia

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Top 5 cool places for camping in Malaysia
Are you tired of living amidst concrete jungles and tainted air? Do you ever feel like escaping the hustle and bustle of the urban life and long for a change of scenery?

 
Perhaps it is a sign that you should take a break, pack your bags, and rekindle your estranged relationship with nature. It is time to go back to basics and ditch our smartphones and gadgets, away from the comfort of the city life. Below are the cool places to explore the nature and go camping.
  • Kenong Rimba Park

    Kenong Rimba ParkKenong Rimba Park

    Located on the fringes of Taman Negara, Pahang is the Kenong Rimba Park. It is home to pockets of limestone caves, which have become the destination of spelunking enthusiasts. The crystal clear waters that flow through the park and high cascading waterfalls are exotic backdrops to a large array of flora and fauna.

    Elephants, tapirs, leopards, and deer are among the wildlife that roams the area. Other creatures that you can spot along the jungle trails include porcupines, mouse deer, flying foxes, and river otters. All visitors are required to have a qualified and registered guide accompanying them while entering the park.

  • Janda Baik

    Janda BaikJanda Baik

    A short 45 minutes from Kuala Lumpur, Janda Baik is home to tranquil waterfalls and rivers flowing through the jungles. It is good for go jungle trekking and camping, rafting, bird watching, or take a dip in the waterfalls. You can also visit an Aboriginal museum to learn about the history and culture of the Orang Aslipeople. Janda Baik is particularly photogenic, especially the sunsets from Cherengin Hill. There are various campsites here.

  • Sungai Chiling Waterfall

    Sungai Chiling WaterfallSungai Chiling Waterfall

    Located in Kuala Kubu Bharu, Selangor, the Sungai Chiling Waterfall is one of the most popular camping spots in Malaysia. Due to ongoing research by the Selangor Fisheries Department, the site is opened to the public only on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

    You will have to register at the entrance counter and pay a fee of RM1 for entry. Camping fee is RM4 per person and a deposit of RM50 to RM150 is required depending on the size of your group. This deposit is refundable if you manage to leave the campsite in a clean state.

  • Cameron Highlands

    Cameron HighlandsCameron Highlands

    Camping in the mountainous terrain and cool weather of the Cameron Highlands is a breathtaking experience. Hike through the jungle trails in Tanah Rata and Mossy Forest, where you will find tea plantations and strawberry farms along the way. Hiking on Brinchang Mountain is more challenging due to the rocky trails and muddy paths, but there are signs leading you to the right direction.

  • Tadom Hill

    Tadom HillTadom Hill

    If you are looking for something outdoorsy with endless activities surrounded by gorgeous landscape that could cater to a big crowd, look no further as Tadom Hill will cater to all your needs!

    Tadom Hill is surrounded by impressive crystal clear lakes and 40 acres of limestone hills. Moreover, you do not need to bring along your tents or sleeping bags for this camping trip as Tadom Hill Resorts have an allocated camping area that has been fully set up. There are two types of tents, lakeside and garden. Each tent can accommodate two people and the price starts from RM100.

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