Negeri Sembilan (Malay pronunciation: [ˈnəgəri səmbiˈlan]) is a state in Malaysia which lies on the western coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It borders Selangor on the north, Pahang in the east, and Melaka and Johor to the south.
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4.5 based on 10 reviews
I went there early August with a couple of friends. It was planned earlier before MCO but have to postpone it until recently. I was planning to do both Besar and Kecil but unfortunately the team i went with can only go to Besar. Need to plan for another trip. Anyway, the water at the river was so clear and fresh. The taste is more tasty then our normal mineral water. Seems like the jungle is very well preserve and pristine without any human dirty touch. The trail was well marked, single track you will never get loss if you follow it through. The trail was straight up and we managed to get to the top by 11 am. It was cold at the top so bring along a jacket to keep you warm if you want to stay there long. It was a good hike and not to forget the lorry ride from starting point to our cars outside of Kg Chennah and Kg Besok. Beware of the overhanging bamboo trees as the lorry pass by it. See you soon GBH.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
Just visited Gunung Datuk today 26 Jan 2020. To be frank as beginner, you need to go ip there with an experience fiend that had been top of Datuk regularly. It is very challenging attempt for first timer . You need mentally and physically prepared. You need to have enough carbo before you go there. Enough water supply and simple food with high energy. First half of the journey is very tiring as you you have to climb steep terrain with natural big stone and tree. You need to be highly motivated to overcome the challenge. When going down , it really test your muscle strength as it will make you so helpless as though you cannot continue maintain to step down. If you have not been climbing any mountain or hills before , never go alone. You will be easily give up and struggle there. You must go there with regular hiker. The mountain is categorised as extreme trail. Once you reach there, all the struggles is paid off. So beautiful and amazing view up there.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
We went there on a Friday so I thought there would be less people hiking up the mountain. But to my surprise only the two of us were there all along the way up from Pantai at the entrance to Gunung Berembun to Gunung Telapak Buruk and back. Started at around 8 am reached Lata Berembun easily and started to hike up to Gua Kambing. That was easy too until we passed Gua Kambing the route was up and away.... Managed to be at the peak of Berembun at 1030 am. Not bad and decided to go to Telapak Buruk, We have prepared ourselves if we have to hike back at night with enough food and water and headlamp. The weather very windy and quite. After an hour reached the crash site and took pictures before continuing to Telapak Buruk where he had our lunch. It was 230 pm and departed back at 3 pm. Journey back although would be much easier but still more ground to cover. Keep on going till we reached Lata Berembun around 730 pm. Few trees fell down and block our way and have to walk around our way through the dark. The trek was not clear after crossing the river with little marker available. Luckily managed to get our bearing right to the starting point. Arrived around 830 pm and was very hungry. It was a very good long hike.
4.0 based on 57 reviews
Good hiking trail for all family,better start early morning and bring plenty water n enough food along the way you can enjoy the nature call with cool breeze along the climb.
3.0 based on 1 reviews
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