to Malaysia’s Bukit Kutu
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Bukit Kutu is a mountain near the town of Kuala Kubu Bharu, about a two-hour drive from Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur. At 1,050m high it was once a colonial hill station called ‘Treacher’s Hill’. Bombed by the Japanese during WW2 it was abandoned to the wild. Today, it has reverted back to nature.
Starting from the carpark at an elevation of 250m, the six-kilometre trail to the summit takes approximately three to four hours. The summit is a boulder offering panoramic views of the surrounding valleys and mountains
The hike, led by a certified nature guide, is a great team-building exercise for groups of up to 100 persons. It combines adventure and bonding while hiking through greenery passing local villages, waterfalls and other natural wonders.
MEETINGS AND INCENTIVES DETAILS
It is recommended to bring a rain coat, good walking shoes, insect repellent and a water bottle with you. A light jacket / sweater with you on this tour as part of this programme is recommendable as we head into mountainous regions, where the average temperatures can drop to lower levels.
Due to the location of this touring option, limited western amenities are to be expected en route.