29/4/12 (1D) Let’s Hike & Snorkel on a “Untouched” Paradise this Sunday

One of a “untouched” paradise HIDDEN in the southern part of Malaysia. Come join me for a Guaranteed fruitful Adventure this Sunday. Our purpose is to trek to a waterfall that is seen by less than 300 people so far, have fun and enjoy the serenity its provides and then to immerse ourselves in the clear turquoise water where we will snorkel our time away. Beautiful hard and soft corals can be seen there. Of course fishes are happily swimming there too. 

My plan:

1) Private Coach ride to Jetty Point 

2) Board Private Speed Boat to offshore island

3) An hour plus speed boat ride to Tinggi Waterfall 

4) Hike to waterfall – splash splash splash

5) Snorkel at the Crystal Clear Marine Park


The Trip At A Glance 

Where: Gunung Tinggi Waterfall (Facing South China Sea)

When:    29th April 2012 (Sunday) (5AM Depart) 

WHO IS SUITABLE ? Anyone with reasonable fitness. Beginners are welcome.

Max. no. of pax: 12

Overall Hike Grading: 1.33

Height Grading: 0.5

Terrain Grading: 2.0

Distance Grading: 1.5

Terrain: Mostly unpaved roads, not too steep terrain

Total waterfall Hike Time: 1.0 hours Return 

Estimated Return to Singapore: Before 9pm on the same day

Costs:  To enquire  Email: gaiaadventurers@gmail.com

Closing date of registration: 28th April 2012

Pre-trip Briefing Email:  Will send briefing email 3 days before the trip only to those who RSVP-Yes and who has made payment.


 Price Includes:      

  • Return Private Coach
  • Return private Boat Charter
  • Packed Lunch 
  • Dinner 
  • Mountain Guide Fee
  • Jetty Fee 
  • All Administration Charges
  • All Permits and Marine Park Fees
  • All snorkeling equipment (mask + snorkel only)

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 litre of isotonic drink.
  2. Insect Repellent
  3. Leech Socks or any other protection against leeches
  4. Rain Gear
  5. Warm Jacket in case coach journey is chilly
  6. Walking Stick (if you deemed necessary)
  7. Changing Clothes & Towels
  8. Swim Suit
  9. Snacks for munch


  • 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:Yes, we have built proper toilet facilities there.(Cold Shower only)

  • Are there any leeches or “Dancing Queens”( I usually call them that..) in this forest?
Ans: Yes, especially so after raining.
  • How long is the journey from Singapore to the destination?

Ans: If smooth traffic, we should be there in 2.0 hours (excluding 1 hour 15mins boat ride).

  • Are there any Steep slopes to climb or descend?
Ans: No. This is doable for anyone that has some reasonable fitness.
  •  5am is a little tight to reach in time for me. Are there any alternatives?

Ans: Meet us at 5.30am 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 in Malaysia? Or we direct go to the mountain?
Ans: We will directly head to our adventure spot but will stop over to replenish food for anyone who required to stock up snacks and water. 
Please read the disclaimer for this event posted.
All photos appearing in this event page are the exclusive property of Katherine Goh.The images may not be reproduced, copied, transmitted or manipulated without the written permission of Katherine Goh.
During the hike we focus very much on group dynamics, and it’s a rule of thumb that nobody will be left behind. We’re all links in the hiking chain and nobody is more or less important than anybody else… For every hike, i will be the last one to leave the venue in order to be sure that everybody made it out safely. Creating an adventurous but most of all a safe hiking experience is our goal.
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