Day 19, Sat, 15 November 2014 Leaving Bohey Dulang makes me feel grateful for braving myself to Semporna solo despite all of the advises and objections I’ve heard and received.…
Follow me through the journey of Padas White Water Rafting in Sabah with Borneo Wave Hunters back in November 4th 2014 where we conquered the 7 rapids stretched along the 9km river with incidents and moments to remember.
Are you in Singapore? And do you love watching sunrise? Or are you a photographer trying to capture the best sunrise photos? You can drop by to Woodlands Waterfront to try and get your best shot.
18.10.15: Gunung Lambak 1 day trip hike
Cost: Sg 35 transport from Sg to Kluang to Sg
1400m distance, 510m elevation
Challenging level for beginners: 4/5
Challenging level for average hikers: 3.5/5
Challenging level for active hikers: 3/5
Time taken to reach summit: 1hr
Time taken to reach big tree: 45mins
Time taken to get back to summit: 1hr
Time taken to get back to base: 30mins
“Never underestimate even the shortest mountain.”
The picturesque sea view shows a bird eye view of 3 Islands, Bodgaya Island (the biggest Island in the Tun Sakaran Marine Park), Bohey Dulang and Tetagan Island. From where I was standing, to my right, I could see the opening to Celebes Sea.
The short hike and surprising encounter I had earlier on was worth it. You can see the different wonderful blue shades of the ocean and be mesmerized by it. A great thing to do here was definitely stretching your arms wide open, with your head hung back and breathe in deep to the fresh air of the Sea, and of course, with the most satisfying feeling ever.
“Wowwwwwwww…..!!” That was the first word that came out from all of our mouth as we stood by the boat. The Italian lady who was already off the boat, smiled and shook her head as she exclaimed, “This is Paradise!” Indeed it was.