Hiking in Malaysia

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The Mulu pinnacles hike. Camp 5. The Mulu caves. Excellent experience. The support when we faced cancelled flights and changed schedules was amazing. We ended up getting to do everything we wanted despite changing flight schedules. Thank you!
Dan Adler
We had the most amazing time climbing with our guide! He was so patient with me when I needed to stop quite regularly. We also enjoyed learning about his beautiful country. Plus we got engaged on this trip!! Thank you for capturing the moment for us❤️ We couldn’t recommend enough!
Skye
Amazing service. Olivia was fantastic, clear and super reactive. Slightly better communication about cut off times might have been appreciated
Marco

Helpful Questions

What are some popular hiking destinations in Malaysia?
Some popular hiking destinations in Malaysia include Mount Kinabalu in Sabah, Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak, Cameron Highlands in Pahang, and Penang National Park in Penang.
What is the best time of year for hiking in Malaysia?
The best time for hiking in Malaysia is generally during the dry season, which is from March to October. However, it is important to check the weather conditions before embarking on any hike.
What should hikers pack for a hiking trip in Malaysia?
Hikers should pack essentials such as hiking boots, lightweight clothing, a raincoat, insect repellent, sunscreen, plenty of water, snacks, a first aid kit, and a map or GPS device.
Are there any guided hiking tours available in Malaysia?
Yes, there are numerous companies and tour operators that offer guided hiking tours in various parts of Malaysia. These tours are great for beginners or those unfamiliar with the terrain.
What are some safety tips for hiking in Malaysia?
Some safety tips for hiking in Malaysia include informing someone about your hiking plans, staying on marked trails, being prepared for sudden weather changes, watching out for wildlife, and respecting the local environment.
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