River Tubing

20-22/07/12 – 2D1N Wilderness

Latest Announcement: This trip is now full. Thank you for your support.

We have done a one day rafting trip. From our past experience, we feel that to fully utilize our transportation time, it is more economical and interesting if we are doing a 2 days trip. So, here i am presenting a full pack 2D1N Wilderness.

Activities we will be engaging: 

  1. White Water Rafting 
  2. River Tubing
  3. BBQ Dinner
  4. Dormitory Accommodation
  5. Trekking to Chilling Waterfall

Jungle Bathing- Short Trek to famous Chilling River Waterfall

The scenic Malaysian rainforest, when exotic birds, squirrels and monitor lizards cross your path, you know this is the place to get in tune with nature. For the nature lover, a trekking to Chilling waterfall is about an hour only. The flora and fauna of Chilling River as well as fresh air are bound to put one in high spirits and all that hiking should be a great stress reliever.

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The Trip At A Glance

Where – Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

When – 20th July 2012 (Friday) (11.30 PM Depart) to 22nd July (Sunday)

Minimum Age / Maximum Age: 16-60

WHO IS SUITABLE?  Anyone who likes to Raft and have a strong sense of adventure

Raft And Tubing Grading: Level 1-4

Distance for Rafting: 7 km , More than 5 rapids

Time Length of Rafting & Tubing: Approx. 2hrs

Group Size: Minimum 14 pax to go

Costs: $339

Program outline will be sent to those who RSVP-YES only.

Closing date of registration  –    16th July 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.

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Price Includes:    

  • Return Private Coach
  • Rafting equipment
  • Experienced Rafting Guides
  • River Tubing Equipment
  • Experienced River Tubing Guides
  • Group First Aid Kit
  • Dinner on 2nd night
  • BBQ Dinner on first night
  • Camping equipment
  • All Administration Charges
  • All Permits and Entrance Fee
  • On river Snacks
  • 2 x Lunches
  • 1 x Breakfast
  • UV Arm Sleeve Protector  – Can wear while you raft (Retail Price at $25.00) “While Stocks last”

Price Excludes: 

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

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How to register ? Click here for registration.

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 Things to Bring:

  1. A POSITIVE, FRIENDLY ATTITUDE & GOOD SENSE OF HUMOUR !
  2. River sandals or lace up shoes for wearing on raft
  3. Swimming costume
  4. Basic toiletries
  5. Sunscreen lotion
  6. Personal medication
  7. Straps for  spectacles or goggles for contact lenses
  8. Towel / sarong
  9. 3 sets of clothing (1 wet and 2 for return)
  10. Safety and Precaution

 Safety and Precaution

  • We always ensure all the participants wear a life jacket.
  •  We do not overload the raft.
  •  We do not go rafting after/during a heavy rain.
  •  Our guides are qualified and well train.We well know local weather conditions. We make sure the water and weather conditions are safe. Because water conducts electricity, it is wise to stop swimming, boating, or any activities on the water as soon as you see or hear a lightning.

 Do and Don’t

  1. Do Not Litter
  2. Bring All Rubbish Out Of  the Raft.
  3. Do Not Damage Any Plants Or Trees
  4. Do Not Make Excessive Noise
  5. Stay Healthy. Do Not Take Unnecessary  Risks Like Climbing Up Rocks.
  6. Always Listen To Advise Given By Your  Guides.
  7.  Do Not Stay Away From The Group, You Can Easily  Get Lost.
  8. Safety Briefing
  9. A detailed safety briefing will be conducted before each trip. The rafting team for the trip explains what to do if the raft flips, how to help each other out of the water and what conditions to expect.
  10. We always gives the worst-case scenario so that people know what to expect from the trip and, therefore, have the choice to forgo their trip after the safety talk. Once in the raft, you are instructed by your rafting guide as to how to negotiate the rapids and some practice is done before you set off. You are also briefed before each rapid on how the raft is expected to react.

 Important note

  1.  No alcohol before or during trip
  2. Bring towels, shower items and a change of clothes
  3. Dress appropriately for the weather: swimsuits, quick dry shorts, T-shirts, strap on sandals or tennis shoes for warm weather, or wool synthetic clothes for cool weather (no cotton sweatshirts or jeans).
  4. Be ready to have an adventure full of fun and excitement
  5. Please take note that KKB rafting will be shifted to Slim River if Selangor River is too low to raft on the event day. The water volume is determined by the Selangor Dam in which the condition can only be known between 8.45am to 9.15am on each morning.

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FAQ

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

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

  • Must we be a good swimmer to join this event?

Ans: No need to be a good swimmer because we have to wear life jackets. But at least you must not be afraid of water. As long as you can float in water, will be fine.

  • 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, the guides will show us where.

  • How long is the journey from Singapore to the rafting site?

Ans: If smooth traffic, we should be there in 7.5 hours.

  • In the event of bad weather what happens?

Ans: If we have to call off this event due to bad weather, money will be refunded full to all participants.

Please read the disclaimer for this event posted.


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