Explore the most popular wildlife trails in Malaysia with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

nice trail to hike. good for beginner or solo hiker.

I love this one. Can be a bit tricky, but definitely one of the best.
Did it with baby and toddler in backpack.

The most important is to get enough water and snacks, and do not forget your swimsuit.

just luv it... good hiking this morning

Sometimes steep hike through dry forest. We much preferred Botanic Garden. Can take boat back, $40USD, should book at entry. Beach is pleasant, turtle sanctuary worth a look

Beautiful loop walk through the Botanic Garden. Dramatic Penang Hills in the background, many enormous old trees. Busy on weekends, best in the cool mornings.

tq so much very helpfully

Love this place the most ..

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2 months ago

i love bukit tabur

3 weeks in a row. Nice weather and moderate hike. Good for beginner and intermediate

It was a great hike and and can choose to take a boat back to the starting point instead of hike back as there will be some uphill in the beginning but after that it will be good.

great hike!! amazing facilities all along the hike! highly recommended.

Nice place to hike but can be congested at the peak and dangerous. But overall, we enjoyed the hike!

3 cobras spotted guarding their nest.. pls extra carefull

The Trail is closed currently

Easy leisurely 60 minute trek along ATV tracks. Then take a dip at the waterfall to clean up the mud.

3 months ago

Easy

3 months ago

trail was challenging, but need rock climbing for the peak.

Jungle trekking in the Malaysian rainforest. The trails are wide and clean, however may be muddy during rainy season. This is a designated forest reserve and a large portion of the rainforest, including the "blue lagoon" waterfall is restricted land for research purposes by University Putra Malaysia and may only be entered with a permit from the university or forest ranger. Designated public trails are marked, and "No Admission" signboards placed to delineate restricted areas.

Good

solo hik3r are welcome!!
view awesome!! puas hati!

next to bukit tabur!!

I cannot reach the trail part. Anyone know how to do this trail? I keep hitting dead-end

hiking
5 months ago

One of the best experiences of my life. Better bring a warm jacket and gloves because it's really cold at the top (2°C in August)

hiking
5 months ago

the leg of the trail just by the lily pond is very difficult. otherwise a great loop

hiking
5 months ago

For groups with kids or uninitiated hikers, both Bukit Batu Putih summit and the Cape Rachado lighthouse are easily accessible via tarmac road (gradient about 15%-20%). Otherwise trail junkies are in for a treat. The secluded beaches, great views of the sea and the perpetual ocean breeze are refreshing for a change, if you're used to trails around KL.

Worth a look if you're in the area .. casual stroll through the garden and some small climbs through the forest.

challenging trail

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