(26/5/12) Rated 3.7: Let’s AngSi via Savannah Pass

Gunung Angsi is one of Malaysia’s relatively minor mountains with a height of 828m. It is the 3rd highest peak in Negeri Sembilan state, after Gunung Datuk and Bukit Bintongan which are both slightly higher.

At the peak, you can be rewarded looking over the surrounding wooded hills and the nearby town of Kuala Pilah.


The Trip At A Glance

Where: Ulu Bendul Recreational Park

When:  26th April 2012 (Saturday) (5AM Depart) 

WHO IS SUITABLE ? For those of you who have done G. Datuk. This is best NOT for 1st timers to climb. 

Overall Hike Grading: 3.7

Height Grading: 5.0

Terrain Grading: 3.0

Distance Grading: 3.0

Terrain:  Unpaved roads with some steep sections. Good footwear is a must.

Total Distance: 6.8.km Return

Elevation (Vertical Up): 828m

Vertical Down: 150m

Total Hike Time: 4.0 hours Return

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

Costs: S$130 per pax

Closing date of registration: 12th May 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
  • Dinner 
  • Guide Fee
  • 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. Torchlight or headlamp (Optional)
  2. Bring plastic bag for your mobile as it may rain
  3. Wear hiking shoes. No jeans!
  4. One will need minimum 2.5 litre of isotonic drink. No toilets available at start point on wards.
  5. Rain Gear
  6. Mosquito is a nuisance there, so it’s good to be prepared with insect repellent. (IMPORTANT!!!)
  7. Warm Jacket in case coach journey is chilly
  8. Walking Stick (if you deemed necessary)
  9. Changing clothes but bear in mind there are no proper place to change.
  10. Snacks if you want but that’s not necessary.
  11. Get enough sleep the night before, if possible.
  12. Don’t rush up or down. There are cliffs along the path.



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, but if time permit i will swing by to one of the R&R stop for shower in the N-S Highway on the way back

Are there any leeches or “Dancing Queens”( I usually call them that..) in this forest?
Ans: Not spotted during my hikes but then again, its Malaysia mountains, leeches are abundant in most Malaysia’s mountains.

How long is the journey from Singapore to our hiking place?
Ans: If smooth traffic, we should be there in 5.0 hours.

Are there any Steep slopes to climb or descend?
Ans: Yes some steep slope. This is doable for anyone that has some reasonable fitness but no 1st time climbers please !

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 go directly to the hiking site. Please pack your own breakfast

Please read the disclaimer for this event posted.
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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