The first of its kind in Malaysia, SKYTREX Adventure is a place where you can enjoy jungle trekking from a level never done before - via the canopy of the rainforest. This latest and newest park is located in the cool and hilly area of Hulu Langat.
The Waterway Villa is set amidst in the peaceful and tranquil tropical forest of Bukit Tinggi, Pahang. The resort serves as a fantastic family retreat from the city’s tropical heat and embraces the beauty of the nature.
About 2 hours away from KL city, this cooling holiday retreat is popular for its nature activities and cooling climate, being one of the last hill stations of Malaysia, an imprint by former British colonial masters.
A local favorite public park that offers recreational facilities with a lot of greeneries, a forest right by it and a lake. It has a couple of children playgrounds, and it's also a great option for those who like a light jungle trekking.
Conserving a 66-acre green-lung in the heart of Kuala Lumpur and turning it into an urban forest park for the community, the forest park offers a fresh public green space for the community to use, to enjoy, to experience, to own.
Part of the Sungai Udang Forest Reserve reserve, the 335-hectare recreational forest is rich in diverse flora and fauna and is suitable for outdoor recreational activities such as bird watching, camping and cross-country trails. The fun atmosphere of the jungle is also suitable for leisure activities and picnics with the family.
Formerly known as the Hutan Rekreasi Ayer Keroh, Malacca Botanical Gardens is encircled by a forest that contains over 300 species of fauna and flora. Highlight of the park is the collection of giant stone carvings of prehistoric animals – that were indigenous to this area – exhibited all around the park.
Bukit Gasing, also known as Hutan Pendidikan Bukit Gasing, is a hill and a green oasis surround by dense civilization right at the border between Petaling Jaya (PJ) and Kuala Lumpur (KL). It is popular by local residents for trekking on the weekends
Sungai Chiling is a waterfall and fish sanctuary at the foothills of Fraser's Hill. The picturesque nature destination, managed by the state fisheries department, is an ideal stop-by for those en route to Bukit Fraser.
Mount Pulai (Gunung Pulai) stands about 700m above sea level, and offers a 14.3 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail through thick rainforest and waterfalls, as well as a summit with spectacular view.
The Adventure Park located in the highlands has natural landscape preserved for adventurous activities designed for all ages. Adult visitors can enjoy mountain biking and canopy walks, while the younger ones will be drawn to the forest playgrounds and junior wall-climbing activities.
A recreational nature park at the foothills of Cameron Highlands, located about 12km from Tapah town. A large but mostly shallow river flows through the park, with a subterranean hot spring that heats up a small section of the sandy river bed.
Pantai Senok in Bachok, Kelantan is a popular spot among locals. It's well-known for its scenic, with pine trees-lined paths by the seaside. Forestry Department and some relevant parties planted the trees few years back and the trees are all grown matured and tall now. Some people called this Pantai Senok as Malaysia's version "Nami Island" which is located in Korea.
Gunung Datuk Recreational Forest (Hutan Lipur Gunung Datuk) is an iconic mountain in Rembau district of Negeri Sembilan, that is 884m high (2900ft). It’s a popular one-day hiking destination, with an amazing unobstructed 360-degree view of the Straits of Melaka at the summit.