Hidden in a quiet and peaceful district in Malacca, Kesang farm is a small and peaceful farm that can make you forget about the stressful city life and enjoy how life really should be. The most notable appearance in this campsite is their wooden farm house, which you’ll get the best view of the whole farm and a common space to chill and relax.
After years of dilemma, finally we’ve bought a fan recently. Nope not the ones on the ceiling or with cords that you need to plug in, it’s a portable one with battery life that could last your a whole night. This could come in handy when you’re camping at the beach when there’s no wind (don’t be surprised, we’ve experienced it, especially at night!) or your tent ventilation is just not good enough.
Here are our list of suggested items that we have experienced it personally, so if you have any questions or want to know more about it, feel free to PM us in Facebook or Instagram, we will be really happy to help!
If you’re thinking to start your very first camping trip in Malaysia, this is definitely a must read! Not being well-prepared not only will cause frustration and in some cases you might endanger yourself and others. Here we listed out the 5 most common mistakes that beginner campers make based on our experiences and observation throughout the years, and a few tips on how to overcome it.
Tiger Base camp is a private beach campsite located near Tg Sedili, Johor. The campsite has all the basic facilities you need for a comfortable stay. If you do not have a tent yet, they also provides tent rental with a really affordable price. Check out the full information below:
Looking for a place to camp which is not too far away from Kuala Lumpur? Janda Baik is one of the best option you’ll find.
A short drive from Georgetown Penang to this amazing campsite located on a hill near to Balik Pulau with an amazing view.
Hutan Lipur Sungai Pandan (Sungai Pandan waterfall) is a forest park located in Gambang, which is just roughly 30 minutes away from Kuantan town, or 2.5 hours away if you’re coming from Kuala Lumpur. This is one easily accessible waterfall that has a majestic waterfall lies within the park. To reach the waterfall, it just takes less than 10 minutes walk from the carpark, under the waterfall there is a huge pool, most parts of the waterfall is not too deep for an adult, the current is also not really strong thus its a perfect place to swim in a natural pool.
Long beach Perhentian is the most crowded and happening beach in the whole Pulau Perhentian in general
Freediving is a form of underwater diving that relies on breath-holding until resurfacing rather than the use of breathing apparatus such as scuba gear.