1 Day Hike & chill’out at Waterfall

Let’s explore a 8 hectare forest reserve, an important water catchment area for Johor Bahru and Singapore.  This is a rather gentle hike up to a protected forest area in southern Johor. In the middle of this Recreational Forest is the 700-meter tall waterfall. There is also a cascading waterfall at the bottom of the forest, which is quite popular to the locals only.  (We will chill out and for those playful ones, let’s take a dip into the refreshing waters here). The wildlife of the forest includes deer, monkeys and several species of birds. unique flora and fauna sanctuary and a fascinating recreational haven. There are several waterfalls with pools at its bottom.

CNY SPECIAL: If time permits, i will also show you the way to buy YUMMY Kueh Lapis for the Chinese New Year. I bought once and ooohhhh, its delicious lah!  🙂

After the hike and chill out at the waterfall, we will head down for a Sumptuous dinner before we come back to Singapore.


The Trip At A Glance 

Where: Southern Johor, Malaysia

When:    8th January 2012 (Sunday) (7AM Depart) 

WHO IS SUITABLE ?  For Beginners hikers and for those who wants to explore the nature…..nature photographers, this is a very good forest to take lots of beautiful photos.

Hike Grading: 2 (For those who wants to upgrade your hike experience from Bukit Timah)

Terrain: Tarmac 

Total Distance: 10KM (Return)

Elevation: 654 m

Total Hike Time: 2.5hours Return (Our Plan Completion Time)

Estimated Return to Singapore: Before 10pm on the same day

Costs:  S$70 per pax

Closing date of registration: 13th Dec 2011

Pre-trip Briefing Email:  Will send briefing email 7 days before the trip only to those who RSVP-Yes and who has made payment.


 Price Includes:      

  • Return Private Coach
  • Dinner
  • All Administration Charges
  • All Permits and Entrance Fees

Price Excludes:   

  • Expenses of any emergency nature
  • Expenses of personal nature, including soft drinks.
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips for driver/guide @ RM 5.00 per person

How to register ? Click here for registration.


 Things to Bring:

  1. One will need minimum 1.5 litre of isotonic drink
  2. Insect Repellent
  3. Rain Gear
  4. Warm Jacket in case coach journey is chilly
  5. Walking Stick (if you deemed necessary)
  6. Changing Clothes
  7. Picnic Snacks


  • Can we leave our things safely in the transport when we hike?

Ans: Yes you can. Through my experience, driver and vehicle is very good and honest.

  • What time we are expected to be back to Singapore?

Ans: Between 9-10pm

  • Do we have a proper place that we can change clothes?

Ans: No, Wear your ready clothes for the hike before arrival, and we can change near to the waterfall. A big sarong to “take cover” for ladies would be helpful Please avoid using soap in the waterfall.  🙂

  • Are there any leeches or “Dancing Queens”( I usually call them that..) in this forest?
Ans: Not that we seen of.
  • How long is the journey from Singapore to our hiking place?

Ans: If smooth traffic, we should be there in 2.5 hours.

  • Are there any Steep slopes to climb or descend?
Ans: Yes there are some steep slope (not very very steep tho’) to climb especially in the last 2km of the climb. This is doable for anyone that has some fitness.
  • 7am is a little tight to reach in time for me. Are there any alternatives?

Ans: Meet us at 7.40am at woodland checkpoint after the custom clearance. Please inform me via email/SMS if you are meeting me at woodland checkpoint.

  • Do we go for breakfast at JB? Or we direct go to waterfall?
Ans: We will directly head for the waterfall but will stop over to replenish food for anyone who required to stock up snacks and water.

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