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 →

Top 10 Hiking Safety Tips

As outdoor enthusiasts it is crucial that we take precautions into account when planning for a trip. Here are 10 safety tips provided by Yasmin Ahmad Kamil from The Star Online, bear in mind that it shouldn’t be limited to hiking only. Enjoy! 1. Let others know where you’re heading Inform your family and close friends... Continue Reading →

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