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Come bird-watching, caving, rock-climbing, river cruising, white-water rafting or scuba-diving at Malaysia Sea Sports. Meet locals from remote villages and stay overnight in longhouses for an immersive cultural experience that few travellers get to know. It will be a trip of a lifetime!
Make sure you also climb Gunung Arong, which at almost 300 meters high is quite a vigorous but enjoyable challenge. But worry not, Malaysia Sea Sports' experienced guides always make sure that the pace is nice and slow enough for everyone to keep up and enjoy the trek. Because that's what it's all about, the joy of being surrounded by the tranquillity of nature and of being one with the jungle and your fellow trekkies.
So come, take the road less travelled and explore the immense beauty of Tanjung Resang as you trek deep into this remote area still quite untouched by tourism.
But don't forget to bring your mountain boots, because you'll come across your fair share of fallen tree trunks, mossy rocks and slippery mud. Let's face it, it wouldn't be fun without some serious obstacles to conquer.
N.B. For a more hard-core trekking challenge, see our Exploring Gunung Kajang section.
SMU, Singapore Management University a.k.a. The SMUX Trekking Team
SMUX Trekkies; favorite abodes, up-in-minutes-tentage
SMUX Trekkies making short shrift of Gunung Arong
Score one for the SMUX Trekking Team! The summit reached in record time
(Image credit: SMUX)
Contented and only slightly weary, our SMU trekkers head back down
All good things must come to an end. SMU Xtreme returning to Singapore.
The Singapore Adventurous Group
The Singapore Adventurous Group limbering up for the Gunung Arong ascent
A quick Kodak moment...
... all for one, one for all...
...and they're off!
At the summit, it's time to reflect and catch one's breath
And another Kodak moment :)
The stunning view from Gunung Arong's "Inspiration Point"
Leave nothing but footprints, take nothing but pictures.
From happy hikers...
...to happy snorkelers
Tioman's crystal clear water
The SMU, Singapore Management
University Xtreme bus arrives
Within minutes the tents have been pitched
Legging it to the foot of Gunung Arong
A quick moment to pose for memories
And off the SMU Xtremists go!
Trekking up the steep slopes
of Gunung Arong