Friday, December 30, 2011

Taman Negara Pahang -Breathtakingly Part 2

Yo everyone..i know ..i know..this post suppose to be published like 1 month ago but unfortunately Ive been busy (ahh lame excuses) ok ok the truth is ive been occupying myself with a lot of stuff (that's better! :P) Anyway as the last Taman Negara post previously, it continues ..so give urself a good few minutes to spare some reading here! neah...just probably feast your eyes with some greens and more greens..Green is the new black yo!

Woke up early in the morning as the chirping birds with 'lustful' voice of bugs and creepy crawlers of the jungle invading the air as if acknowledging that this is their territory. Or was it a welcome ushering? Either way, the fresh air I breathes the minute I walk out from the cabin, aaaaahhhhh....i can only feel it myself..You on the other hand, gotta be here to feel what i felt. so eat that! lol..

This is our cabin

signage

welcome in

orait..let;s start our journey to Titian Kanopi..
The weather was so fine, fresh in the morning and best of all with great company! :) while trekking, the beauty of nature are definitely something to be admired.
the rains yesterday keep the route a little slippery this morning.
The trail pretty easy. so no worries except probably beware of some leeches..hehehe.
my dad..reminded me of the good old days when we used to 'masuk hutan' :P
Check it out who decided to accompany us while trekking...
Look what we found...a wild boar. probably the same that we saw yesterday hehe
i felt so small right now..but this one really cool bamboo trees growing healthily
uprooted
the grip from the branch are pretty strong that it left a mark on this tree
the broken branch..dad must be wondering-nak kena rotan ni..:P


uphill time..hehe..i remembered taking the same picture like this in Phuket.
these huge trees might be more than 100 years.
 


Not for those who are afraid of height..


I've enjoyed walking on the suspension bridge..well they said it was Walk across the longest Malaysian suspension bridge in the world, at 530 m. about 25 m-40 m high, and view the rich and diverse flora and fauna at the summit of the forest. Simply amazing and breathtaking. 
One person at a time to cross..keep your distance from each other..i feel like im in the quest with Indiana Jones..hehe
dad was sweating..tired..but he enjoyed it very much
reaching at this point, u need to climb a ladder ..literally..
And along the way we met with a couple of Paris, Anne & Anthony and a New Zealander, Joshua. Since we decided to just stay 1 night as dad has thing to do, we offer another night stay to them. Joshua happily accepted it. well at least the opportunity are put to good use. He even invited 2 of his friends to bump over..the cabin i must admit is pretty 'luxury' comparing to staying in a tent/guesthouse around there. :)
Anthony, Anne, lil devil, Joshua and dad for a Kodak Moment
This is the spot for tiger watching..huhuh
 Then we went back to our cabin and hand over the key to Joshua. After refresh ourselves, we decided to have our lunch in Jerantut town..hungry man after the trek.
Yeah we were here!
 Took the boat ride (RM1) to crossover, heading home with fond memories of Taman Negara...peaceful weekend with greenery encounter. Short but relaxed weekend getaway.

This place easily get high tide after heavy downpour..
So, r u green with envy yet? come to Taman Negara Pahang and enjoy the beauty of life gotta offer before its too late.


4 comments:

zahari said...

Ejoy reading your post...I share this on Taman Negara Facebook Page.- http://www.facebook.com/tamannegaramalaysia

Devi da Lil' DeviL said...

hi zahari,

oh thanks. awesome! :)

Zuraidah said...

Thank you for the great photos. Been there and had enjoyed my visit. Just wish there are better control, maintenance and monitoring of the park activities and visitors are more disciplined.Do visit zuraidaharahman.blogspot.com

Zuraidah said...

Thank you for the great photos. Been there and had enjoyed my visit. Just wish there are better control, maintenance and monitoring of the park activities and visitors are more disciplined.Do visit zuraidaharahman.blogspot.com

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