This trip is organized by Euro-Asia Holidays Pte Ltd. TA: 00610
Mount Ophir - 23 Feb, 27 April, 15 Jun
Mount Datuk -16 Feb, 18 May, 27 Jul
Mount Kutu - 23 Mar, 25 May, 24 Aug
Are u an experience hikers ready to take the next step in your hiking journey? Inspired by hiking up the summits of world-famous mountains like Annarpurna Basecamp, Mt Rinjani or Everest Base Camp?
Then this is the programme for you!
Start training with us now and you can join us for our exciting hiking expeditions to those amazing mountains! Come and join us for this fun and adventurous training hike outside Singapore!*
*Please note this trip is not confirmed till we hit the minimum number of signups.
Here we are, sharing you our Advance Hiking Package to upgrade you from beginner hikers to advance hikers in less than 92 days!
We proudly present you our 3 major challenging yet rewarding mountains in Malaysia (Not in sequence).
Mount Datuk (Top 10 Most Beautiful Views)
Gunung Datuk, located in Rembau, Negeri Sembilan stands at 886 meter above sea level. It may not be the highest mountain around but it provides hikers with a beautiful view at the summit. The mountain has a lush eco system, and is famous for its forest. The trail is very enjoyable, with the summit peaking out between huge boulders that looks as if it's stacked on top of each other.
The trail is not easy, but not so challenging as to require trekkers to overnight on the mountain. From Intake/Starting Point, it takes about 2-3 hours for a non-hiker to reach the summit. Regular hikers who are fit enough can easily make it to the summit in 45 minutes. This is a beginner friendly hike but beginners are required to have a sufficient level of physical fitness level to complete the hike.
Difficulty level: Easy to Moderate
Turnaround time: 1230pm (Due to safety reasons and for group consideration, if you can’t reach summit by this time, you will have to turn back to the base)
Mount Kutu (Bamboo Forest, River Crossing and Boulder Obstacles)
Bukit Kutu (1053 metre) is a mountain near Kuala Kubu Bharu along the trunk road to Fraser's Hill. It was once a colonial hill station called 'Treacher's Hill', until usurped by neighbouring Fraser's Hill in popularity. Bombed by the Japanese during the war, it was eventually abandoned to wild, until even the access road (by cart rail) was lost in thick vegetation.
Today, the only remains of the bungalows that once overlooked the lush valley are chimney, fireplace and well (that still collects water), and stone walls at the other end of the ridge. It is a popular climbing spot on weekends, with beautiful views of the Titiwangsa mountain range and Kuala Kubu Bharu dam at the summit. You get to expect bamboo forest, river crossing, and boulders obstacles.
Mount Ophir (Highest Peak in Johor)
Mount Ophir (or Gunung Ledang) is a 1,276m tall mountain situated at northwest Johor in Malaysia. Mount Ophir is the 64th highest mountain in Malaysia and arguably the most climbed mountain in the country. It is one of the most popular and challenging mountains in Malaysia that can be done in a day; commonly used as a training ground for aspiring mountain trekkers. It is believed to be one of the places in the world that is richest in flora species. It has a 50 meters high waterfall "Puteri Waterfalls" with a wide drop of 50 meters. You will see giant butterflies, brightly coloured spiders amidst wild tropical flowers of bright yellow, crimson and orange.
-Transport from Singapore to Malaysia and back
-Entrance fees, hiking permit, guide fees (1 mountain guide to 10 hikers ratio), climbing insurance (basic and mandatory insurance provided by national park)
-All items not mentioned in the above inclusion list but not limited to:
-Activities that not included above or stated as self expense
-Breakfast and lunch
-1RM for showering at resort shower room
-All other personal expenses
Come and join us for this fun and adventurous training hike outside Singapore!
Disclaimer: Please note that you join this event at your own risk and you are solely responsible for your own health and safety. *By signing up for this event, you are agreeing to all our Term & Conditions: https://www.ministryofadventure.com/tnc.php
1. At least 6 months Validity of passport and visa (if you require it)
2. Malaysian currency for personal use
3. Extra set of clothes
5. Insect repellent
6. At least 2 litres or more drinking water
7. Hiking Gloves (compulsory)
9. Plastic bag to prevent your belongings from getting wet
10. Jacket (Our transport is cold)
Please note that all timings are estimated and subject to actual ground conditions.
ITINERARY (Subject to change)
11:30pm – Pick up from Marsiling MRT Station
1:00am- Pit stop for toilet break
7:00am - Arrive at the Mountains (Kutu/Ophir/Datuk), briefing and start hiking up by following the local mountain guides
11:00am - Reach the summit and enjoy your lunch.
11:30am - Start descending back to the base.
3:00pm - Arrive at the base
3:30pm – Depart back to Singapore
5.00pm - Dinner
9:00pm -Arrive at Marsiling MRT station.