Hiking @ Mount Rinjani, Lombok, Indonesia

Brief Information Mt Rinjani (Gunung Rinjani) is the second highest volcano in Indonesia with a peak of 3726m above sea level. This once massive volcano had since collapsed following a major eruption, forming an enormous caldera which is currently filled with a beautiful caldera lake (Segara Anak) and a new active volcano (Gunung Baru) sitting... Continue Reading →

Haze, a part of the Malaysian Season

Dear Adventurers, Just a reminder to reduce outdoor activities In lieu of the current hazy conditions in Malaysia. Unless of course you believe in 'YOLO' then by all means have a great time! But in all seriousness the hazy season is back and it's likely to last for awhile though it has been pouring lately... Continue Reading →

Hiking @ Bukit Apeh (Apeh Hill) 4/05/2014

Brief Information Bukit Apeh literally translates into “Uncle’s Hill” in Chinese context, I’m not too sure why they named it as such but I reckon its best we leave it at that. Bukit Apeh is connected to another hill named Bukit Saga, both shares a similar peak thus the differences are their entry points and... Continue Reading →

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