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Posted: 11 Jun 2012 11:36 PM PDT

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expeRience: Gunung Nuang via <b>Janda Baik</b> route

Posted: 02 Jun 2012 08:51 AM PDT

The team going to Mt. Kinabalu in Oct is having a scheduled training supposed to Gunung Datuk. Somehow a team going to Mulu, Miri in end Jun invited the team to Gunung Nuang via Janda Baik. 

Gunung Nuang is the highest mountain in Selangor and one can access it via Selangor, Pahang or Negeri Sembilan.

It was tempting to me to go, however, it was also quite crazy to climb Gunung Datuk the day before and Gunung Nuang. For Gunung Nuang has left me with memories of toughness. So, I was hesitating. And somehow I decided to go anyway being: 1. couldn't join the Gunung Nuang via Hulu Langat on 9 Jun, 2. challenge myself to summit, 3. stretch myself, 4. training

So, there were 2 groups of us. 1 from Seremban and the other from KL. For those from Seremban, we were told to meet at OK Tuck at Lobak at 5am. I picked Rachel Tan up at around 4.30am. Then, everyone car pool to KL. We use the route of Lekas highway link up to MRR (Middle Ring Road), then, to Janda Baik. 

We arrived at Genting Sempah R&R at around 7am. That's the meeting point for those from Seremban and KL. Pre-ordered nasi lemak was also being distributed out here. 


From here, it took about 30 minutes on a slow drive to the starting point. The entrance is not far away once you saw the ILMU building. It's quite easy, pretty much go straight all the way. It is not a big space for us to park our cars. So, some have to park quite far away. So, it is good to car pool. 
Upon counted the number of people as well as some short briefing, we started the trail at 8.30am. There were altogether 58 of us. And we also saw other groups on this route too. So, it is quite a busy trail. We were told that the climb would take about 4 hours to ascend and 3.5 hours to descend. We were told that turnaround time was at 1pm regardless.

Timeline was communicated via email earlier:

0800 Roll Call & Short Briefing.
0815 Start hike.
1200 Sweeper eta Summit
1230 Descend
1600 Sweeper eta Base
1700 Optional early dinner at the Janda Baik restaurants, opposite Selesa Homes



We have to cross the first stream. Most of us took our shoes and socks off. Some decided to just go through it. The first 20-30 minutes was slow incline with a lot of vegetation plants on both side. Some stretches are filled with tall weeds. Then, slowly it changed to muddy area with a lot of bamboo bushes. So, we have to bend, duck walk to proceed further. 


 

We came to the 2nd river crossing after walking for about 1 hour. Turning left is to summit, and detour by turning right (about 50m away) is a magnificent waterfall. Worrying that we will be slow, Rachel Tan and I agreed to continue the summit trail. 

It's not as wet once we passed the river, a little steep at certain part, some of the paths are not as clear, a lot of fallen trees, some we have to climb over, some required us to go under. 

I took the trail slowly so that I could enjoy the nature. :) 




It was not that difficult for me, but, I do having chocolates handy and keep replenishing myself with energy and drinks. 


After 2.5 hours, we saw a big rock. It's moss area after the rock. We met a few people on their way to descend, we were told it's 15-20 minutes away to the summit. Then, another big rock, where we have to pull ourselves up. There was a rope that we could use. 

 

And we came to a real horseback. It's a very narrow path where only 1 person can go through at a time, and it was steep drop on the left and right. Immediate after that, we need to think of way to pull ourselves up. So, ropes, roots, all sorts. 


I took 4 hours to summit (12.30pm). It was great view up there. My 3rd attempt of Gunung Nuang and 1st time summit of 1493m/ 4898ft. :) 
We started our descend after photos taking, lunch, rest at around 1.30pm. 

My boots was hurting me quite a bit, and I got tired towards the end. Also, slipped a few times as my toes were in pain. Once we were out of the bamboo area, it was scorching hot. Total exposure to the hot sun. (Got me more tanned). I took 3 hours to descend. And I did a small transaction in the bush for the 1st time. :D

This place does not really have facility to watch up, so, one has to think how to at least change and could utilise the water at the stream to clean up a bit. 

Overall, I think this is a good climb. Rachel Tan said, it's too easy climb. For me, maybe I have a climb the day before? Or, I am still weak or not as strong.. Still, I enjoyed it. :) 

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The Sinners Almanac: Back to <b>Janda Baik</b> with Dad - pictures tell <b>...</b>

Posted: 29 Apr 2012 07:06 PM PDT

Yesterday late morning, me and my dad made a short lunch trip to Janda Baik. Remember the place? I went there earlier this year with my pal, Moses (See below for earlier postings). It was a gentle drive on a hot day, so no hurry to get anywhere on time. The road was not too heavy with traffic because it was not a long weekend, and in less than forty minutes we were disembarking at the small town of Bukit Tinggi, Pahang, which sat at the foothill of Janda Baik.
As it turned out, it was not Kak Dah's house. But the kindly gentlemen who lived there with his wife (who coincidentally was also named Zaidah) tried to help us. Haji Aziz (for that is his name) made a few phone calls and found out that Kak Dah is not staying here, but her brother is. Alas, both her mother and father, who were my parents' good friends, have both passed away. Haji Aziz gave us directions to Kak Dah's house but we couldn't find it. Why didn't I take his number? But never mind, because we made a new friend in Janda Baik. Which is always a happy ending for a day's outing however way you look at it.

Thank you for keeping me company, sunshine.

Janda Baik Earlier Posting:
* A Village of Good Widows - Pictures tell stories
* Tao of Banana - a berryful contemplation of gratitude

wa min Allah at-taufiq

Hate has no place in Islam

Saujana <b>Janda Baik</b> » Review from Dina (ForeFront Studio)

Posted: 26 Apr 2012 09:43 PM PDT

Comfort: From all the feedback that i have gotten from my team-members. Everyone truly enjoyed their stay at the Saujana Janda Baik.

Cleanliness: Cleanliness was awesome. It kinda shocked us all at how clean everything was.The standard was why in the cleanliness.

Facilities: We did not use the barbecue pit. However, im glad all the fan and there were enough electrical plugs around for us to use for ALL our electrical purposes (toaster/grill/steamboat/ricecooker/etc).

Effectiveness: Um, we were lucky enough to have met En.Ahmad Senior, your mum, sister and wife. The welcome was awesome. The only problem we had during the stay was a small um.. misunderstanding/miscommunication. We had inform En.Ramaly, when he was cleaning the villa when we arrive that we would like to have 2 tents and was informed they will put it up soon. As evening was coming to an end, and the tents were not up, we called at 6.15-6.45pm. I was met with a rather annoyed reply and the line was abruptly disconnect. About 15-20mins later, he came and put up the tent. Other than that it was ok!

Friendliness: Your and your family were awesome, SO was Mr.Ramaly and wife.

Note from Saujana Janda Baik Management: Thank you for you comments! We will get in touch with En Ramaly about it – he's usually very cheery! And sorry for the late tent setup.

Catering: Although it was last minute, i was truly happy that En.Izzat agreed to cook for our batch of 20 pax. However, for RM15/pax the food was just ok. What we got for the meal was Fried rice , Fried Mee, Ayam masak merah, Ikan masak kicap, sayur campur, orange cut fruit, teh tarik and orange cordial. The orange wasnt as fresh and the cordial was flavourless. =). For an order for 20 pax, what came was enough for about 12-15 pax..=). But we were pretty appreciative that En.izzat took our order although it was last minute.

Note from Saujana Janda Baik Management: We have forwarded your feedback to En Izzat and he explained that because the order was last minute (on the same day), he only had limited supplies to work with (since he had other catering orders that day, too) so he did the best he could. Nonetheless, apologies about the fruits and cordial!

Team-building/Activities: It was something that everyone was thinking would be just OK. However, it took everyone by surprise how much fun it was. It was over expectation, and that is thanks to you. At the same time, it gave me good feeling to know all that was planned turned out awesome.

With that I have proud of the weekend. As with the good job of the place, organizer , the planning and hardwork from my team. It was a great success!!

With that we would like to thank you.

And May Allah bless you and your family always .

Btw, Everyone raved about the cookie [Siraj's CHoC] =)

-Dina, ForeFront Studio

The Sinners Almanac: Back to <b>Janda Baik</b> with Dad - pictures tell <b>...</b>

Posted: 29 Apr 2012 07:06 PM PDT

Yesterday late morning, me and my dad made a short lunch trip to Janda Baik. Remember the place? I went there earlier this year with my pal, Moses (See below for earlier postings). It was a gentle drive on a hot day, so no hurry to get anywhere on time. The road was not too heavy with traffic because it was not a long weekend, and in less than forty minutes we were disembarking at the small town of Bukit Tinggi, Pahang, which sat at the foothill of Janda Baik.
As it turned out, it was not Kak Dah's house. But the kindly gentlemen who lived there with his wife (who coincidentally was also named Zaidah) tried to help us. Haji Aziz (for that is his name) made a few phone calls and found out that Kak Dah is not staying here, but her brother is. Alas, both her mother and father, who were my parents' good friends, have both passed away. Haji Aziz gave us directions to Kak Dah's house but we couldn't find it. Why didn't I take his number? But never mind, because we made a new friend in Janda Baik. Which is always a happy ending for a day's outing however way you look at it.

Thank you for keeping me company, sunshine.

Janda Baik Earlier Posting:
* A Village of Good Widows - Pictures tell stories
* Tao of Banana - a berryful contemplation of gratitude

wa min Allah at-taufiq

Hate has no place in Islam

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Scouting <b>Janda Baik</b> « Joy Forevermore

Posted: 10 Apr 2012 12:29 AM PDT

Beside Easter celebrations and being extremely busy with work last weekend, I managed to take a break to visit Janda Baik again. I was there many years ago for a sports club retreat with my colleagues and friends. This time I was there again to plan the arrangements needed for the wedding.

Tanarimba is a beautiful place and a lot of couples have chosen that place for their wedding, it's very serene and of course it is an award winning building because of the way it was constructed from recycled woods found within the area. Anyway, Emmanuel is excited that he managed to book the venue for his wedding as well as the bungalow, Enderong House on top the hill so we can all use that after the wedding. It's the same place which I used to stayed before.

We continue to discussed the wedding plans and assign tasks for everyone prior to the big day! Of course both the parents are excited as well. There are so many things to think about and plan but I guess I pretty much covered everything in the checklist. As long as he's able to follow it, then I guess the co-ordination will a breeze.

CIKMA TERRITORY: <b>Di Janda Baik</b>, Bentong, Pahang

Posted: 19 May 2012 04:53 PM PDT

Salam dan sejahtera...baru nak letak kan.akhirnya dapat jugak..Janda Baik yang buat Cikma tak sihat selama seminggu ni..haha...ok kan..at least baru sedar kemampuan diri serta baru sedar yang aku ni memang tak fit!!!hehe...

Tapi...tak rasa serik..andai kata badan ni sihat kalau ada aktiviti out door macam ni memang nak pergi..tak kisah le dekat ke jauh..sekurang-kurangnya takdelah nanti bila orang duk bercerita kita tak tahu apa..merasai pengalaman sendiri daripada mendengar cerita orang lain lebih baik kan...

Kursus LADAP yang di anjurkan oleh SKPI..tak lama pun pergi sana..tak sampai sejam...mengharungi perjalanan yang tenang di pagi Sabtu..berkumpul di SK JANDA BAIK..sarapan dan selepas itu ada sikit aktiviti berkumpulan (buat logo kumpulan)..dan selebihnya ber jungle-tracking dan mendaki bukit...

Kalau ikut rancangan lepas selesai aktiviti boleh naik ke Genting...tapi memandangkan petang itu sedikit hujan dan di tambah lebih ramai yang nak balik jadi rancangan tu dibatalkan..huhu..sedey2..teringin nak naik Genting..tapi yelah bukan rezeki...anyway layan gambar ni sikit ekk..:)

Sempat snap pokok betik yang pelik warnanya...

CIKMA : Teringin nak tawan Gunung Kinabalu..haha...bak kata my bro...udah-udah le..kalo setakat pergi naik bukit kat Janda Baik sampai seminggu tak larat...inikan pulak nak naik Gunung Kinabalu..mau pengsan derr...huhu....

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