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iamthewitch Aman Rimba Private Estate, <b>Janda Baik</b>

Posted: 30 Oct 2011 06:16 PM PDT

A weekend getaway. A retreat. A private estate. A place I can call home. It was during the weekend that we took a one hour drive to the village of Janda Baik, through the winding and narrow country road, to be immersed in the beauty of nature that is Aman Rimba. To say that I was impressed would have been an understatement, for I was blown away to know that there is a 5-star class resort tucked in the middle of a laid-back kampung. Once we parked our car, someone came out from the reception area with a huge warm smile, welcoming us to this gorgeous estate. Following closely behind, another sweet lady was bearing a warm towel and a cold cucumber drink, for us. What did I tell you? I felt at home.

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Towards Aman Rimba

Situated merely an hour's drive away from the bustling metropolitan of Kuala Lumpur, Aman Rimba is nestled within the hills, the river and the natural tropical beauty to offer the essence of kampung life and serenity to those who seek it. The idea of starting a private estate came about from the wonderfully hospitable couple of Sabri and Wati. Both of them hailing from kampung, they wanted to preserve the rustic lifestyle and the safe haven that a kampung offers, to pass on to their children. Armed with an empty piece of 3-acre land, they built a suite after another, starting with the main wooden house with a room. They used this place as their weekend sanctuary, to relax, swim in the nearby river or even to have BBQ parties. Later, when the children grew up, they started bringing friends, and more people started to fall in love with this place. The rest, as they say, is history.

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Aman Rimba Private Estate

The concept of Aman Rimba is selling privacy. The whole estate consists of 6 suites that can accommodate up to 20 persons.

"The entire 3-acre estate is your private home for the entire stay. We dedicate the entire place for you and your group and no strangers will be allowed in. All the 6 suites and all the facilities are only for you and your group to use." – from the Aman Rimba website

If that is not privacy, I don't know what is.

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Reception area

1. Sireh

Sireh is the first ever suite to be built in Aman Rimba. It is also the one that retains the most charm, from its structure on stilts, to the wooden walls and the antique decorative items within, it certainly defines kampung-living with style. It's obvious that much thought has been given on every detail within the house. The four-poster bed is romantic and modern, while the living area is traditional and comfortable, with wooden furniture playing the main role. If you're bored, get a book from the nearby shelf, or lie down on the comfortable couch just next to the window while listening to the birds chirp. It's hard not to love this house.

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Sireh House

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Sireh – House on stilts

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The cosy living area

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A day bed for siesta

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Books around the house

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Four-poster bed

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Shower under the sky

2. Serai

Situated merely a few footsteps away from the cafe is Serai, a standalone house that is surrounded by nature and has an outdoor shower to boot. They said this is the 'old man's home' because it's just so near to everything, one can practically roll out to the dining area. :)

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Entrance to Serai House

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Four poster bed in Serai

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Comfortable couch

3. Halia & Kunyit

Our home for that night was at Halia, a quaint suite that can sleep up to 4 persons. There's a four-poster double bed and another pair of twin beds, presumably for the children. What I love about this suite was how it's surrounded by so many windows! They certainly helped to keep the room temperature low, and we did not even need to turn on the air-conditioner to sleep that night. Just next to Halia is another suite called Kunyit, which has a similar bed configuration. In all the suites, there's a shower with an open ceiling. Certainly gives a new meaning to showering under the stars, don't you think so?

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Halia House

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Double bed in Halia

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Twin beds for the kids

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Shower with an open ceiling

4. Kantan 1 & 2

Last but not least, a huge bungalow that's situated in the deepest part of the estate is where Kantan 1 and Kantan 2 are. These two suites can be combined into one big unit or they can be separated via a partition in the middle, creating two standalone suites that can sleep up to 4 persons each. This majestic suite has a patio where one can sit back and chill out next to the pond, a huge living area with an LCD TV, a bedroom with a gorgeous 4-poster bed, a washroom with 2 wash basins and a bathroom with jacuzzi! What more can one ask for?

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Kantan 2 entrance

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Patio facing the pond

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Living room

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Day bed

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Double bed in Kantan

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Bedroom in Kantan

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Who says we can't brush our teeth together?

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Jacuzzi

During our 2day-1night stay, we were spoiled with delicious food by the resident chef imported from Kelantan Delights restaurant. Staying in a kampung environment, what better way to feast other than with kampung food? We stuffed ourselves silly with Ayam Masak Hitam (black sauce chicken), Pucuk Paku (wild ferns), Sup Tulang and Sambal Machang, among others. The most memorable dish has to be the Sambal Machang, made from freshly plucked machang fruit from the orchard no less. This fruit bears resemblance to mango and has a pungent, tarty flavour that is perfect to be made into sambal together with spicy chillies. This sambal was delicious even with just white rice.

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The coffee house – our dining area

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Free flow of beverages and mineral water all day long

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Lunch on Day 1

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Delicious ayam masak hitam

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Sweet golden kiwi – my new love!

During dinner, we had the Korean BBQ and Steamboat, in the company of Michael Buble's concert playing in the big projector screen. Yes, the dining environment was rather sensational, not to mention the really cool temperature at night, circa 22 degrees C.

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Korean BBQ & Steamboat for dinner

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Michael Buble entertaining us on the big screen

The next morning, we were treated with a breakfast feast consisting of nasi lemak, the local favourite, breads, pastries as well as cereals. Oh, don't forget the egg station on standby too, ready to prepare whatever eggs you want them to.

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Breakfast

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Breads, pastries and cereal to your heart's content

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Omelette station

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Freshly fried omelette

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Lunch on Day 2

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The legendary Sambal Machang

While we were all lazing away, chatting and catching up, Saucer went to try his luck at fishing. The poor boy was standing under the sun for quite some time, complaining about the heavy fishing rod made from a long tree branch. But he persevered, oh yes he did. And it paid off!

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Happily fishing away

He ended up with a catch of catfish in the end, just in time for lunch. :)

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Hard work paid off!

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Freshly caught catfish

Enough about the rooms and food in Aman Rimba, what about the facilities? Tucked in the middle of nowhere, what is there to do really? Well, if lazing around so close to nature is not enough, there are plenty of activities offered in Aman Rimba itself. For starters, take a dip in the swimming pool in the centre of all the suites, or take a nap in the cute hammock.

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Dip in the pool or snooze in the hammock

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Take a guess, what's this room?

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Back to nature

Otherwise, spend a couple of hours in the game room, completely walled with glass so it feels like you're playing in the middle of a jungle. There's a pool table, a foosball table, Nintendo Wii video game and board games at your disposal. Saucer and I spent quite a lot of time during the evening, playing with the Wii. We had a friendly match in bowling, tennis and even golf! It was quite fun. At night when everyone was already asleep, we also had a hand at the pool table.

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The game room

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Pool table

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Foosball

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Bowling with Nintendo Wii

The next morning after breakfast, we took a stroll down the estate and out to the surrounding area, to smell the flowers, literally. You'd be amazed at how gorgeous nature is, if you only take some time and pay attention to the wonders of it all. The colourful flowers, the buzzing bees, the rushing water – ah, it's a completely different world from the city.

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A walk to the garden

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Hibiscus

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What's this yellow flower?

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Spot the bee

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The calm pond

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Lonely white goose

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"Apa khabar?" – How are you? is his favourite phrase

Located directly in front of the estate is a river with freezing cold water, flowing gently down a slope – perfect for a dip under the hot afternoon sun.

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3 guys in blue

Otherwise, you can do what Kenny does best – read.

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Read a book or two

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Talk and laugh away with Ciki

When you have done everything you can think of doing here, just follow Motormouth's lead and do nothing.

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Signing the guest book

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Sungai Benus

Needless to say, it was a much-needed weekend that rejuvenated and revitalized our body, mind and soul. To think that such a retreat exists merely an hour away from the city is almost too good to be true. Waking up to the sounds of birds chirping, sleeping with the doors unlocked, swimming in the river without a care in the world – it was all so very kampung, so very comforting.

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Spot the arrow!

To get here, you can follow the GPS coordinates below, or use Klinik Desa Janda Baik as your landmark then follow the signboards from there. Be careful with the signs though, there was one with a red arrow that was quite hard to spot!

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Take me home, country road

With such amazing service, quality and environment, it's no wonder that Aman Rimba is now fully booked on all weekends until the middle of next year! For a weekend of celebration, a weekend privacy or even a weekend of solitude, this is the place for you.

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Aman Rimba entrance

Estate rental starts from RM5,500 per night for up to 20 persons. Thanks to Chris for arranging such a rewarding weekend experience and to Wati and Sabri for their hospitality.

Aman Rimba Private Estate
Kampung Janda Baik
Contact No.: +6012-232 3071 / +6017-244 9646
Email: wati@amanrimba.com
Website: www.amanrimba.com
GPS Coordinates: 3° 19'41.47″N 101° 51'46.12″E

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Juzer&#39;s Family: Apa yang menarik <b>di Janda Baik</b> ???

Posted: 12 Sep 2012 06:00 PM PDT

Assalamualaikum wbt,

Dari semalam nak update blog tapi rasa macam entry yang tak berapa nak berilmiah. Ayakkkk.
Perlukan perubahan dalam menulis entry ????
entah la ... masih perlu menggali ..gali lagi .... ada kepuasan yang masih tidak tercapai.

sooo cuci jerk la mata dengan gambar-gambar sekian kalinya ke Janda Baik.

Aktiviti yang menarik ???

So far takde la aktiviti yang menarik sbb kawasan kampung TAPI .. suasana dia tu yang membuatkan kami rasa seronok bila berada disana. Bila disana mula la pk .. "kalau beli tanah kat sini, hujung minggu balik pun boleh? " ... "kalau buat rumah kat sini .. hari2 merempit pi kerja pun boleh??" suasana tu menyamankan. Walaupun panas terik sama macam di KL ... bila dikala petang & pagi, kabus menyapa diri memang mengasyikkan ... susah la nak cakap. Sebab dibandar yang penuh seybuk ni mmg membuatkan kita rasa rimas. 

Apa yang best pada waktu malam ????
Bagi org lain mungkin takde yg menarik kecuali ada hutan belantara. Malam2 mmg suasana 'mati', gelap gelita dengan jalan bengkang bengkok. 

Tempat makan untuk dinner???
Tempat makan memang tak banyak pilihan tapi alhamdulillah, ada la tempat yang boleh kita nak nikmati makanan.Kedai pun tak banyak dalam 2-3kedai tak silap itupun masakan Thai. Ye la kawasan kampung, mana ada org kampung bermewah nak makan dikedai harap pengunjung dari luar jerk la.

Ok .. layan gambor terus jerk ...

Kanak-kanak seawal 7pg dah bangun nak jogging sambil menyapa kabus pagi.
Nyamannnnnnnn susana dipagi hari.
Geng baju skirt kembang ... hihihi
Suasana berkabus dibelakang kami ... seronok tengok.
**ehh ni gambar masa kami baru sampai petang Sabtu, 6ptg**  Menghirup udara segar .....
  Jogging berselipar saja ...

 Suasana diwaktu petang, mmg tiada matahri terbenam tapi kabus berarak  Kedai yang kami dinner

 waktu sejuk2 ni tomyam pun sedap. Makanan tak mahal harga standart 3.50 utk sejenis lauk.

 Kami stay kat Cheringin Hill Convention & Spa.
Short vacation yang ktrg plan last minit soo just walk in .. sib baik ada bilik.  Last skali .. pasangan berchenta ni mana boleh tinggal. hihihi
 

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