Top 10 Hill and Jungle Adventures in Malaysia

Nov 25, 2017 | Views: 938
The mossy forest at Cameron Highlands. Picture credit: youkeepustraveling.com

The mossy forest at Cameron Highlands. Picture credit: youkeepustraveling.com

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Kenneth Chan)

With more than half of its 329,758 square kilometre surface covered in tropical rainforest, Malaysia is a top nature and ecotourism destination for outdoor lovers and adventure seekers. It boasts the oldest rainforest in the world estimated at 130 million years old, the third highest peak in all of Southeast Asia (and the country’s highest at over 4,000 metres above sea level) and massive caverns believed to be among the largest in the world.

The canopy walk lets visitors experience millions-of-years-old rainforests from the top of the trees. Picture credit: Sabah Tourism Board

The canopy walk lets visitors experience millions-of-years-old rainforests from the top of the trees. Picture credit: Sabah Tourism Board

 

Taman Negara / Gunung Tahan

Malaysia’s Taman Negara (National Park) is located in the centre of the peninsula spread over three states, more than 4,000 square kilometres in size. It is also home to the peninsula’s tallest mountain, Gunung Tahan, with its peak at 2,187 metres.

The park’s rainforest is the world’s oldest primary forest at 130 million years old, and it is where one can find the best trails for all levels of trekking. Night jungle walks, wildlife observation hides and orang asli (aborigine) settlements are also available as standalone trips or bundled as packages.

Initially built for scientific researchers, the world’s longest canopy walkway, 530 metres long and 40 metres above the ground level, is also now open for visitors.

Getting There:
The park is best entered from Kuala Tahan, a riverside village in Pahang state, which can be reached both by bus or minivan from Kuala Lumpur or via Jerantut.

Website:
Taman Negara official information via the Department of Wildlife and National Parks: http://www.wildlife.gov.my/index.php/en/public/2016-05-10-02-34-43/taman-negara-pahang-kuala-tahan

Taman Negara has multiple hides — raised or camouflaged observation decks for observing wildlife.

Taman Negara has multiple hides — raised or camouflaged observation decks for observing wildlife.

 

Endau-Rompin

Endau-Rompin in Johor state, the second national park declared in Peninsula Malaysia after Taman Negara, is also the second biggest in size. A home and sanctuary for a large variety of wildlife including the largest remaining population of the threatened Northern Sumatran rhinoceros, this park is a paradise for wildlife lovers.

This important nature conservation park is also famed for its wide range of rare flora and fauna. The park’s biodiversity is so immense that till today, every new expedition reveals new species of animal, insect, bird and plant life.

The park’s rivers and waterfalls are also a favourite with visitors – the Takah Tujuh Waterfalls also known as the Takah Tinggi Waterfalls is said to be the most spectacular. This seven-tier waterfall is believed by the orang asli (aborigine) people to be a dwelling place of forest spirits.

The Endau-Rompin National Park is closed to visitors during the monsoon season from November till February.

Getting There:
The park has several gateways with the two most popular being via Selai and the other via Kampung Peta. The Selai entry, being the newest, is recommended for first-time visitors.

The easiest way to get to Selai is by the North-South Expressway to Yong Peng in Johor, then travelling down the trunk road to Bekok town, where the Endau-Rompin park management office is located. Visitor registration is required to enter the park. From the management office, personal or chartered 4WD vehicles are necessary to reach the park’s visitor complex at Lubuk Tapah.

Website:
Endau-Rompin National Park official information via Johor National Parks Corporation: http://johorparks.gov.my/en/parks/selai

Endau-Rompin national park is the area encompassed by the rivers Endau in the south and Rompin in the north.

Endau-Rompin National Park is the area encompassed by the rivers Endau in the south and Rompin in the north.

 

Gunung Mulu National Park

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gunung Mulu National Park is located in the East Malaysian state of Sarawak. The most important in the state, this park is crowned by three pinnacles – Gunung Mulu (the second highest mountain in Sarawak at 2,376 m), Gunung Api (1,750 m) and Gunung Benarat (1,858 m) — whose unique geological composition of sandstone, limestone and shale have, over millions of decades, formed the incredible caverns the national park is world famous for. At present, surveys have revealed over 200 kilometres of cave passages but this is thought to represent only 30-40% of the actual total.

The world’s largest natural chamber (the Sarawak Chamber), the world’s largest cave passage (Deer Cave) and the longest cave in Southeast Asia (Clearwater Cave) are some of the main cave attractions at Gunung Mulu National Park. Other sights and activities that fascinate visitors include a bat observatory (the park’s caves are the natural habitat for millions of bats and swiftlets), a 480 metre long canopy walkway, adventure caving trips, mountain climbing and trails through remote rainforest scenery.

Getting There:
The most common way to get to Mulu is by air, via Miri International Airport. Daily flights from Miri to Mulu are available as well as flights from Kuching and Kota Kinabalu. For the adventurous, express boats from Kuala Baram take you to the park’s headquarters through the Baram River.

Website:
Gunung Mulu National Park official information: http://www.mulupark.com/

Gunung Mulu National Park is reputed to have some of the best caves on the planet. Picture credit: Says - http://says.com/my/lifestyle/caves-in-malaysia

Gunung Mulu National Park is reputed to have some of the best caves on the planet. Picture credit: Says

 

Bako National Park

The first of Sarawak’s nature reserves, Bako National Park was formed in 1957. The park, which is fairly small in size, is highly regarded for its large variety of biodiversity. Endowed with a coastline, Bako provides visitors with a range of nature experiences including a tropical rainforest, a mangrove forest, abundant wildlife, jungle streams, waterfalls and secluded beaches. The range of attractions available in such a compact area is why Bako National Park is one of the most visited parks in Malaysia.

Every attraction has a star and at Bako, it is the proboscis monkey. Bako, a natural habitat for this endangered species which is only found in Borneo, has been described as, “the best place to see proboscis monkeys in Sarawak.”

Bako’s other wildlife stars include long-tailed macaques, silver leaf monkeys, langurs, bearded pigs, mountain goats, flying lemurs and various reptiles too. The park is also home to more than 190 species of birds.

Getting There:
Bako National Park is located 37 kilometres north of Kuching, the capital of Sarawak state. From Kuching, visitors have to make their way (45 minutes to an hour’s drive by private car, taxi or public bus) to Bako Village, a fishing village. Entry into the national park is via a 30-minute boat taxi ride from Bako Village to the park entrance at Bako National Park headquarters.

Website:
Bako National Park official information via Sarawak Forestry Corporation: https://www.sarawakforestry.com/parks-and-reserves/bako-national-park/

Native only to the island of Borneo, Bako National Park is said to be the among the best places to observe the proboscis monkey. Picture credit: Borneo Adventure - https://borneoadventure.com/destinations/bako-national-park/.

Bako National Park is said to be among the best places in the world to observe the proboscis monkey, which is native only to the island of Borneo. Picture credit: Borneo Adventure

 

Danum Valley Conservation Area

Unlike any other in the country, the Danum Valley Conservation Area is a nature reserve that has remained largely untouched by humans for hundreds of thousands of years. It is the only nature reserve without an orang asli (aborigine) settlement — meaning that hunting, logging and other human interferences were non-existent until now.

This conservation park is teeming with wildlife and is well-known with both tourists and members of the scientific community for being the place to observe rare and endangered species such as orangutans, pygmy elephants and even clouded leopards.

The Danum Valley Conservation Area or DVCA for short is managed by Yayasan Sabah (Sabah Foundation) for conservation, research, education and habitat restoration training purposes. Only two places offer accommodation at the DVCA — one is the DVCA Field Centre built for researchers, and the other is the Borneo Rainforest Lodge, built exclusively for tourists with luxury facilities.

Getting There:
The Danum Valley Field Centre is located 81 kilometres from Lahad Datu. Shuttle buses are available from the Field Centre’s office in Lahad Datu town, close by the airport. While Lahad Datu can be reached by road from Kota Kinabalu (the state capital of Sabah), the recommended way is with a flight to Lahad Datu airport.

Website:
Danum Valley Conservation Area official information via Yayasan Sabah: http://borneoforestheritage.org.my/Danum/location.htm

Untouched and uninhabited by humans, the Danum Valley Conservation Area allows visitors to have a jurassic experience. Picture credit: Borneo Adventure - https://borneoadventure.com/destinations/danum-valley/

Untouched and uninhabited by humans, the Danum Valley Conservation Area allows visitors to have a jurassic experience. Picture credit: Borneo Adventure

 

Mount Kinabalu / Kinabalu National Park

The Kadazan-Dusun people of Sabah believe that Mount Kinabalu, the tallest mountain on the entire island of Borneo is a sacred place. The mountain’s name is believed to be derived from the Kadazan-Dusun word ‘Aki Nabalu’ which roughly translates to ‘revered home of our forefathers’.

The 4,095-metre high peak and a large area surrounding the base is a protected nature reserve. Kinabalu National Park is also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Most foreign visitors to the park are there to “climb” Mount Kinabalu, which is really more of a mountain trek. Reaching the summit is achievable for most people — special climbing equipment is not required; all one needs is just a good pair of shoes, a warm jacket and a sufficient level of fitness.

Visitors intending to climb Mount Kinabalu must make bookings in advance. Only 135 climb permits are issued each day and the waiting list is long, very long — travel sites advise foreign visitors to make bookings at least six months ahead.

At the base of the mountain, Kinabalu National Park offers visitors extensive forest trails including a natural hot spring to soak in. Not far from the park’s gate at Ranau is Sabah’s largest tea plantation — Sabah Tea Garden — which offers factory tours of how this famous organic tea is produced, visits to traditional Rungus-style longhouses, and trekking in the surrounding countryside.

Getting There:
Kinabalu Park Headquarters is located 80 kilometres east of Kota Kinabalu and is reachable by road via the town of Ranau and then the village of Kundasang. From Kota Kinabalu, visitors can get to the park by private car, taxi, minivan or bus — from North Bus Terminal Inanam, all buses bound for Sandakan, Lahad Datu and Tawau will pass the park entrance.

Website:
Kinabalu Park official information via Sabah Tourism Board: http://sabahtourism.com/destination/kinabalu-park

At the peak of Mount Kinabalu, Borneo’s highest mountain. Picture credit: G Adventures - https://www.gadventures.com/blog/how-survive-trekking-mt-kinabalu/

At the peak of Mount Kinabalu, Borneo’s highest mountain. Picture credit: G Adventures

 

Penang Hill

Since the funicular railway was built in 1923 up until the late 80s, Penang Hill at an elevation of 833 metres was a favourite escape from the heat and humidity on the ground, first by the British colonial government administrators, traders and planters; then after independence, by Penangites along with visitors from in and out of the country. Until the 1980s, colonial period state-owned bungalows could be rented for weekend holidays or longer. Then, the hill gradually fell into disrepair.

Today, after a major revamp that commenced in 2010 including the upgrading of the Penang Hill Funicular Railway (one of the oldest in the world), the restoration of the Bellevue hilltop hotel and the Sri Aruloli Thirumurugan temple along with construction of new facilities for visitors which includes walkways and viewing decks — this unique Penang heritage site is once again regaining its reputation as a highlands destination.

The restored Bellevue Hotel along with its restaurant, outdoor dining terraces, gardens with pavilions and aviary will bring back fond memories for those who have visited the hill before. Newer developments include The Habitat which has, as its main attraction, a 13-metre treetop walk — a long oval walkway over the treetops with commanding views of the island below and the surrounding seas.

Penang Hill comprises of several peaks and the surfaced roads connecting them provide visitors with comfortable walking trails around the hilltops. Also known as ‘Bukit Bendera’ which means ‘Flag Hill’ in Malay, it gets its name from Flagstaff Hill, the highest peak where the heritage building Bel Retiro — a government bungalow built in 1789 for the Governor of Penang — is located.

Getting There:
There are three ways to get to the top of Penang Hill.

The Penang Hill Funicular Railway, a comfortable 30-minute ride in air-conditioned coaches, is a comfortable crawl on a track with centuries-old viaducts and splendid views of the flora and fauna. Coaches depart every 20 to 25 minutes from the station located at Air Itam.

An adventurous way to the top is with a 4WD vehicle up a 5-kilometre long jeep trail. The trail, which is also a popular hiking route, begins at the quarry near the entrance of the Penang Botanic Gardens. 4WDs can be hired from the booth at the start of the trail.

Another popular hiking trail starts from the Moon Gate, a circular archway located on the side of Waterfall Road a short distance before the entrance of the Penang Botanic Gardens. The well-marked 8-kilometre path is a steep but delightful hike through spectacular jungle.

Website:
http://www.penanghill.gov.my

The Penang Hill Funicular Railway is the only one of its kind in the country

The Penang Hill Funicular Railway is the only one of its kind in the country

 

Fraser’s Hill

Described as “unpretentious and charming in comparison to the country’s other alpine-like escapes”, Fraser’s Hill is a former British colonial hill station built over seven peaks with altitudes between 1,220 and 1,524 metres above sea level and a climate between 17°C to 25°C (63°F to 77°F).

The hill is frequented by locals and visitors for day and weekend trips and has popular attractions which include staying a night or two in one of the Tudor-styled bungalows, an authentic English tea experience complete with scones and strawberries, nature trails through cool, misty forests and bird watching. Fraser’s Hill is a major destination for bird watchers and is the venue for some of the country’s premier bird-watching events — the Bird Interpretive Centre’s gallery gives enthusiasts and visitors a look at the variety of local and migratory bird species recorded on Fraser’s Hill.

Other attractions include the Strawberry Farm, Royal Fraser’s Hill Golf Club — one of the earliest golf courses built in the country, and Ye Olde Smokehouse — a hotel and restaurant popular with visitors who come for its old-world furnishings and charm.

Getting There:
Fraser’s Hill is located about 104 kilometres, or a two-hour drive, from Kuala Lumpur. The only way to get to Fraser’s Hill is by road, with private or hired cars or minivans. There are no direct buses and there is no public transport service at the top. From Kuala Lumpur, visitors can choose two routes, the first via Kuala Kubu Bharu and the other via Bentong. There is no petrol station on Fraser’s Hill so remember to fill up your tank before going uphill!

Website:
http://fraserhill.info/

Fraser’s Hill is a quaint hill resort, said to be the prettiest in Malaysia. Picture credit: Pahang Tourism

Fraser’s Hill is a quaint hill resort, said to be the prettiest in Malaysia. Picture credit: Pahang Tourism

 

Cameron Highlands

The biggest of Malaysia’s former British colonial hill stations, Cameron Highlands is a bustling small town with tourists, agriculture-based industries (the vegetable farms here are some of the country’s best) and tea plantations that have become synonymous with the “Camerons”.

With a summit at about 2,000 metres high, Cameron Highlands has Tudor-style bungalow hotels and other old-world English buildings that served civic functions before the country’s independence. Most notable of these are The Lakehouse (built by a retired British army officer), Planter’s Country Hotel (formerly known as Bala’s Holiday Chalet and built as a boarding school in 1934 for European expatriate children) and The Smokehouse Hotel and Restaurant (affiliated with the Smokehouse at Fraser’s Hill!).

Cameron Highlands’ tea plantations are a big draw for both domestic and foreign visitors. BOH plantations, the first to be established, is presently the biggest tea plantation in Southeast Asia. All tea plantations — BOH, Bharat and Cameron Valley — conduct plantation visits, factory tours and have tea houses for sampling plantation-fresh tea.

Cameron Highlands offers many other activities and sights — farmer’s markets, butterfly and bee farms, strawberry and various vegetable farms, and nature trails including the popular mossy forest — a rainforest blanketed with all kinds of moss thriving on the cool climate and moisture from mist clouds.

Getting There:
Cameron Highlands is located at the edge of Pahang state bordering the state of Perak. There are three major road routes to the hill destination — from the north along the North-South Highway via Ipoh, from Kuala Lumpur and the south also along the North-South Highway, and the newest route via the East Coast Expressway through Kuala Lipis and Raub.

Regular bus and shuttle services to Cameron Highlands are available from most cities and towns in the Peninsula. The bus station at Tanah Rata town is the main transportation hub of Cameron Highlands and is where visitors are dropped off. Taxis at the Tanah Rata bus station will carry visitors to prominent places for a flat fee rather than using a meter.

Website:
http://cameronhighland.net/

Located in Cameron Highlands, the BOH Tea Centre is a modern cafe and visitor centre overlooking the first tea plantation in the country and the largest in Southeast Asia.

Located in Cameron Highlands, the BOH Tea Centre is a modern cafe and visitor centre overlooking the first tea plantation in the country and the largest in Southeast Asia.

 

Janda Baik

Located in the misty hills of the Bentong district between Genting Highlands and Bentong town, Janda Baik — once a small Malay village with a prominent orang asli (aborigine) settlement — has become a hip highland retreat where dozens of operators offer home-stays and chalets in mainly Malay kampung (village) style complete with organic fruit and vegetable farms.

Attracting mostly younger weekend trippers seeking a short escape from the bustle that is Kuala Lumpur, Janda Baik which is located less than an hour’s drive along the East Coast Expressway from the capital city is the ideal getaway.

The locale offers visitors pristine river waters and falls, authentic local food, forests with nature trails and surrounding hills that induce serenity.

Getting There:
Janda Baik is located about 40 minutes by car from Kuala Lumpur, on the East Coast Expressway. Taxis including ride-sharing services like Uber and Grab can be used to travel between Janda Baik and the capital city.

Unfortunately, there are no direct buses from Kuala Lumpur to Janda Baik. Visitors can get a coach from Kuala Lumpur to the town of Bentong (an hour’s journey) then hire a taxi from Bentong’s bus terminal to Janda Baik (30 minutes drive).

Websites:
These are some places in Janda Baik you may want to check out:

  • Suria Hill Country House: suriaresorts.com
  • Cherengin Hills Convention & Spa Resort: cherenginhills.com
  • Aman Rimba: 
amanrimba.com
  • Saujana Janda Baik Homestay
: saujanajandabaik.com
  • SaufiVille: saufiville.my
  • Seri Pengantin Resort
: seripengantinresort.com.my
  • The Waterway Villa: thewaterwayvilla.com
  • A Little Farm On The Hill: alittlefarmonthehill.com
Janda Baik’s home-stays and chalets is the real deal for an authentic laid back Malaysian village experience

Janda Baik’s home-stays and chalets are the real deal for an authentic laid back Malaysian village experience

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  1. S.Prathap on Jun 18, 2019 at 6:12 pm

    Malaysia is rich with various cultures and some of the oldest rain forest in the world. From this article we can know the place for escape the hustle and bustle city life.. Surrounded yourself with hills, rivers and beautiful greenery.

    I have only been to some of this place likes Penang Hill, Fraser’s Hill, Cameron Highlands andJanda Baik.This place are really very nice with the cool temperatures and green hills.Thank you for sharing this article which will be a guidance to us for relaxing holiday .

  2. Katie Choong on Aug 27, 2018 at 4:28 pm

    It is blessed to have plenty of natural environments in a country. As citizens, we have the responsibility to protect them. As simple as be responsible with your litter. Hills and jungles should never be dumping grounds. In fact, it would be great if we can get involved in green initiatives.

  3. Bernard Ting on Aug 25, 2018 at 10:44 pm

    I’m a person who like nature, personally I visited & like Cameron Highland and mountain kota Kinabalu. I love hiking very much.
    I would like to thank Malaysia for having all these natural places. I hope all of us can work hard together to conserve & Protect this beautiful piece of land.

  4. Pastor Antoinette on Aug 24, 2018 at 9:14 am

    Being out in nature is fun and has many benefits. I really liked to read about so many places which are worthwhile to visit and spend some time. We should take some time at the weekend to go out and enjoy the fresh air, forest and blue sky and move our body and these places are just wonderful to do this. Well, have to plan now and discover.

  5. Pastor Chia on Aug 24, 2018 at 8:59 am

    I can consider myself as nature people. I like to do jungle walking as exircise. I been three hill as article mention. But like more jungle climing up to the mountain. More exïsting and adventure. Hope one day can visit all the beautiful mountain at Malaysia.

  6. June Kang on Aug 24, 2018 at 8:19 am

    Thank you for promote Malaysia. It is a very good guidance for people who like hills, mountains and hiking. Places like Fraser hill, Janda baik, Cameron Highland are good short-stay destination- Green , cooling ,beautiful nature scenery and very good place for taking break from the busy life in town。You may consider all this places if you are currently thinking a holiday and not necessary must go overseas. All these places recommended in this article are providing you a relaxing holiday and try on go Green this holiday season, a healthy holidays.

  7. Justin Cheah on Aug 24, 2018 at 3:03 am

    I am never a fan for outdoors and am not adventurous in my travels either. The best possible I can get away will be going for a holiday where civilization is prevailing. I just hate going to difficult terrains and won’t particularly enjoy forest scenaries.

  8. Tek Lee on Aug 24, 2018 at 2:03 am

    Out of the 10 hill and jungle, I only been to one. I was not a nature lover person, I didn’t like hiking and walk the hill. But I like cycling. I started to like nature when I started cycling. I rode in a few trail before. Once we started cycling in the trail, we have to finish it. It’s either turn back, or continue to finish the whole trail. It was challenging. So, through cycling, I started to love nature. Because of the fresh air, things that we had never seen before in city, the green of the plants, the sound of bird and insects. The motive is to finish cycling the whole trail, but they were added on to the pleasure of cycling. In the end of the day, I think it still depend on our motive. Like my motive is cycling, but through cycling, I started to love nature.

  9. Andrea Lai on Aug 24, 2018 at 1:50 am

    I have been to Taman Negara/ National Park for the first time and I got fascinated with the fresh cooling nature environment. Yes, I do enjoy tracking. Enjoying and exploring such beautiful nature is really fun, relax and exciting. More interesting was into jungle night walk, where you experience listening to sound of insects, searching for arachnids nests and as well as other reptiles. On day time, we will be in groups hiking to Gunung Tahan for the canopy walk. The view from above was simply amazing where you could see the Pahang River and surrounding by beautiful greens.

    After reading this article, one thing I got acknowledged was appreciation. We should appreciate what we have and blessed to be born in this loving country where there’s no war, no fighting and everybody live in peace, harmony and united. 🙏

  10. Mingwen on Aug 24, 2018 at 1:04 am

    In Malaysia & many countries have beautiful & precious forests & mountain. It’s important & everyone’s responsibility to take good care of the mother nature. We have been sucking benefits from the mother nature & seldom/never give back. It’s time to take whatever appropriate measurements to cope with problems that breaking the earth partly such as global warming & more.

  11. pammie yap on Aug 24, 2018 at 12:57 am

    I am not really a nature’s person. If given the chance to visit a jungle or a city, I would not think twice of which place to choose. I am terrified of insects as I get freaked out easily with creepy-crawlies to a point I would actually cry. LOL
    But the amazing thing is, how comfortable I was with nature when KFR first started building. Although I was terrified of the conditions then (mosquitoes, snakes, worms, etc), it didn’t bother me much. This shows how my mind chose to be picky with preferences and being petty about it. I am still terrified of creepy-crawlies but when I look and see how KFR is, it just goes away and I start to fall in love with nature here.

    • Julia Tan on Aug 24, 2018 at 8:18 am

      Pam, I can’t agree with you more of what you mentioned about city and forest. I still remember vividly when I first steped my feet on Kechara Forest Retreat when the land was still undeveloped. Now I love green, mountain and rain. Now Whenever I travel I’ll choose to hill instead of city. I’m glad my children love mountains and green too. I am glad that we has changed our interests and lives away from the cold city life to a calm and peace beautiful nature land.

  12. Vivian Ong on Aug 24, 2018 at 12:50 am

    Out of the 10 places mentioned in the article, I have only been to 2 which the Penang Hill and also Cameron Highlands. If given the chance, I would like to visit to Janda Baik and Taman Negara. It will be interesting and exciting to be close to the nature. A good place to relax the mind and breathe in the clean air from the trees.

  13. Pastor Henry Ooi on Aug 24, 2018 at 12:28 am

    I can safely say there is a big majority of Malaysians who have not visited all of these 10 hill and jungle places. I’m one of them. I’ve only been to four out of the ten: Penang Hill, Fraser’s Hill, Cameron Highlands, Janda Baik. In fact, there are so many interesting and educational places within Malaysia that almost all Malaysians have not been to. Yet we think of going abroad for holidays and sight seeing, and taking selfies. Quite ironic

  14. Datuk May on Aug 24, 2018 at 12:11 am

    Out of the 10 Hill and Jungle adventure spots in Malaysia, I have only been to 4 of them and they were the hills. Namely Cameron highlands, Frasier Hills, Penang Hill and Janda Baik. The reason could possibly be because I like the highlands more than the jungles.

    The hill resorts that I have been to in Malaysia are really very nice as I like the cool temperatures during my stay there. The green hills are also very pleasant.

    Reading of the jungle spots, I am tempted to try at least once to visit the jungles of Malaysia and if I should I will choose Taman Negara as many of my friends had enjoyed their visits there.

    Thank you Rinpoche for this very informative article of knowing my country.

  15. nicholas on Aug 23, 2018 at 11:26 pm

    I always like jungle trekking since young. I love the journey of the trekking as I can enjoy the surrounding nature. For mountain or hills it excite me further as I love mountains and especially the view from the top. It’s also important for us to be respectful at such places. I believe that there is unseen being that reside there which we are unable to see. Since we are the one that passing through their place so we need to be respectful just like how we would one people to behave in our house.

    The need to respect and preserve the natural environment is never more apparent than to those who visit, explore and enjoy the landscape in which they undertake their activities. We should care about nature, living things and the environment.

    This is a good guide for the people that looking for place to spend their holiday.

  16. Anne Ong on Mar 26, 2018 at 9:28 pm

    It’s great to know there are so many wonderful places in Malaysia to getaway from the stressful and noisy city life for some peace and quietness to heal the mind and soul. Thank you very much Rinpoche and blog team for this nice recommendation.👍😍

  17. Aldan Chan on Dec 18, 2017 at 6:49 pm

    Thank you for sharing some fun holiday places. I wish I could go to some of the locations. I`ve been to some of the places above. All the places in the article are very beautiful and amazing. Thank you for sharing.

  18. yin ping on Dec 8, 2017 at 4:56 pm

    Malaysia is blessed with rich cultures and some of the oldest rain forest in the world. Anyone who is looking to escape the hustle and bustle city life, these are the places you should look into. Surrounded yourself with hills, rivers, beautiful greenery and wildlife. Being in nature sharpens and clears your mind as well as distresses your body.

  19. Irene Lim on Dec 7, 2017 at 5:45 pm

    Malaysia “Truly Asia” is truly a tropical country full of wonderful and interesting hills and mountains adventure for you to embark on subject to physical fitness. As for me I can only dream visiting these places. Another alternative is to watch documentary series from TV programme is a better bet for me.

  20. Samfoonheei on Nov 29, 2017 at 1:22 am

    Malaysia is truly a country full with natural wonders, natural jungles and parks for everyone to explore. After reading these article I could understand more why foreigners from worldwide like to look for excitement ,to explore those un touched jungles. Some of them to do research on the plants, insects and many others. Could be to search for yeti ….the hairy creatures . A friend of mine ,as a Professor and his team used to go Danum valley to do research on plants and to look for new species of animals and insects.
    I have not been to many of those jungles, parks mentioned in the article. Except Cameron Highland ,Fraser’s Hill and Penang Hill.
    Thank you Rinpoche and Kenneth Chan for sharing such a wonderful post.

  21. Freon on Nov 27, 2017 at 2:16 am

    This is a very good article summary on the Malaysia Hills, jungles and parks. Most of this places I have heard but not went to. Malaysia is so beautiful with all this natural jungle and parks, where most of them have still preserved the nature in it. As times goes by, more development getting on, to even look for these kind of places will become more less. Hopefully this parks will reserved, not only for the environment health but also these parks are home to many rare species of animals.

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  • Sofi
    Tuesday, Jul 23. 2019 04:02 PM
    What Lama Zopa Teaches About the Dorje Shugden Ban

    FPMT centres today however, no longer rely on Dorje Shugden, on the advice of their current spiritual advisor and spiritual heir of Lama Yeshe, Venerable Lama Zopa. The new FPMT policy to no longer follow the practice of Dorje Shugden is in contrast with Lama Yeshe who was extremely devoted to Dorje Shugden and relied on him until the day he passed. This is something that Lama Zopa himself has previously acknowledged; despite halting the practice at FPMT centres, Lama Zopa said in the past that…….find out more here: http://bit.ly/2Sv5gN4
  • S.Prathap
    Tuesday, Jul 23. 2019 03:52 PM
    Good and beautiful article about Honshu .Japan geographical location on the outermost region of Asia has a profound impact on its history.
    Japan cuisine is world famous for its presentation,taste and the way of cooking .There are a lot of interesting place to visit and the most famous is Mount Fuji. It is the highest mountain in Japan.
    Thank you very much for this informative write up which will be useful and guide to tourist who plan to visit here.

    Read more : https://bit.ly/30RkQWg
  • sarassitham
    Tuesday, Jul 23. 2019 02:44 PM
    Thanking you for sharing the most dedicated and true life story of Buddha. Very interesting life journey telling and teaching us of many things to be realized. I was so much attracted to the beautiful and amazing painting. They were awesome and so much real.

    There are no words to describe the Buddha’s power of silence, his dharma teaching, discipline and meditation, its extra ordinary. Hope Buddha life story can be taught in school it will truly inspire the young generation.
  • Ummamageswari
    Tuesday, Jul 23. 2019 02:34 PM
    Thank you so much for this article. This article is mainly about the metal element which is related to have a great deal of confidence and are resolute in their drive for success and sometimes to a point of being hard-headed and stubborn! Their strength is mainly being ambitious and very success driven, competitive, good leadership qualities, fiercely independent, determined and driven, not easily swayed or influenced by others, not easily discouraged by failure or rejection, a fighter who will not back down, handles difficulties head-on, preferably on their own, disciplined and focused, often spiritual, holding high morals and high standards, and has a strong instincts when dealing with monetary aspects. Thank you.

    Read more: https://bit.ly/2GpxHqF
  • Ummamageswari
    Tuesday, Jul 23. 2019 02:29 PM
    Thank you so much for this article. This article is mainly about the fire element which is related to a very strong sense of confidence, leadership and a strong personality. Their strength is mainly being spontaneous, versatile, charismatic and attractive, commanding presence, highly intelligent and knowledgeable, passionate and enthusiastic, positive, ambitious and self-motivated, adventurous, thrill seekers, likes a challenge and driven by risk,expressive and has dynamic speech, motivators, likely to inspire others to action, creative, innovative, decisive and born to be leaders. Thank you.

    Read more: https://bit.ly/30Uhtxx
  • nicholas
    Tuesday, Jul 23. 2019 02:27 PM
    As a young boy, His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche loved to draw and paint like any other child but unlike most kids, he was especially inspired to paint Buddha images. Whether it was in art class at school or at home during his free time, painting Buddha forms came very naturally to the young Rinpoche who would spend hours sketching, drawing and producing the images, often at the risk of being severely reprimanded by disapproving parents who could not understand his attraction towards Dharma practice, teachings and Buddha forms.

    Read more about HE the 25th Tsem Rinpoche with his buddha drawing story at https://bit.ly/2LDOavB
  • nicholas
    Tuesday, Jul 23. 2019 02:24 PM
    In 132 A.D., Zhang Heng presented the Han court with the world’s first seismoscope. A 2005 replica was even said to detect earthquakes with the same precision as modern instruments.

    Historical accounts tell of its great accuracy, though its precise design remains a mystery. The outer appearance and functioning is known for certain, but its inner workings remain open to speculation. The replicas have been built on the best guesses from such speculation.

    Learn more about this devices at https://bit.ly/2y7AsZ6
  • nicholas
    Tuesday, Jul 23. 2019 02:20 PM
    Paramahansa Yogananda was an Indian saint and yogi who introduced the ancient teachings of Kriya Yoga to the world. He is often regarded as “the Father of Yoga in the West.” More than a century after his birth, Yogananda is still considered among the greatest emissaries of ancient Indian wisdom in the world. His work touched the lives of millions from various faiths, backgrounds, races, and nationalities.

    Yogananda’s famous “Autobiography of a Yogi” continues to inspire and attract spiritual seekers to India’s ancient practice of Kriya Yoga and the underlying universal unity among the world’s greatest religions.

    Read more about this great person at https://bit.ly/2C8gP6y
  • Ummamageswari
    Tuesday, Jul 23. 2019 01:58 PM
    Thank you so much for this article. This article is mainly about compatibility between life path’s numbers which is also related to Numerology-based relationship compatibility that has existed since time immemorial where it can reveal the characteristics and tendencies of each individual within a relationship, which allows for early discovery and handling of problems which may crop up. It also highlights the qualities that naturally complement one another.

    This articles is mainly about life path 33’s compatibility with other life path numbers which tells about the strength and weakness of each life path number. Thank you.

    Read more: https://bit.ly/2Sy7ye9
  • Samfoonheei
    Tuesday, Jul 23. 2019 01:49 PM
    Congo River Basin mythology, Mokele-mbembe is a water-dwelling entity, sometimes described as a living creature. In the last two centuries, there are many reports and sightings of this long-necked, long-tailed, three-clawed, terrifyingly huge animal residing deep in the Congo River basin of central Africa. Well ,these region is the reputed home of the mokele-mbembe, an amphibious dinosaur-like creature. Many African locals, natives and tribes based on the description, this creatures…….Mokele-Mbembe is most probably a dinosaur family. The reports of these sightings has caught the attention of scientists and researchers. Many expeditions since 1909 till 2006 led by cryptozoologist, researchers and scientist teams from various countries such as America, Britain, Germany , Africa and Japan came to a conclusion that there is no physical evidence of the existence of Mokele-Mbembe. The last expedition was in 2018, the researchers travelling to Congo failed too to conclude the existence of this long necked creatures. Even though the stories of this creature seemed to be unbelievable yet the African natives or local do believed in their existence.
    Thank you Rinpoche for this interesting sharing.

    https://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/animals-vegetarianism/mokele-mbembe-the-last-living-dinosaur-%e6%91%a9%e5%85%8b%e6%8b%89%e5%a7%86%e8%b4%9d%e8%b4%9d-%e5%9c%b0%e7%90%83%e4%b8%8a%e4%bb%85%e5%ad%98%e7%9a%84%e6%81%90%e9%be%99.html
  • Samfoonheei
    Tuesday, Jul 23. 2019 01:47 PM
    Racism is the belief in the superiority of one race over another, which often results in discrimination and prejudice towards people based on their race or ethnicity. Its happen every where against individuals on the basis of their race and beliefs. But it happening more in America which has existed since the colonial era. The US is a multicultural society, but racism against Tibetans still unfortunately exist . Tibetans against Tibetans just because of different beliefs , propitiated a different Dharma protector. Rinpoche has experienced racism while growing up in Howell, New Jersey and later discriminated for the religion which is my Dorje Shugden faith. Sad for the past 20 years Rinpoche and many more Dorje Shugden practitioner have experienced . Due to the ban , disharmony, families , monasteries divided and many more unrecorded incident happened. They were denied services in school, hospitals, restaurants, employment and so forth. Rinpoche has suffered vulgarities, insults and threats as a result of Rinpoche’s faith. All these should not have happen as more people are educated now and they see things differently. But the Tibetans Leadership has ignored it and refused to have a peaceful dialogue . Even HH the Dalai Lama refuses to meet with Dorje Shugden practitioners. No one should have to experience any forms of discrimination due to their race, skin colour, economic background, education and their faith.
    The story of Tenzin Dorjee who is culturally Tibetan tells all, how he fought against the odds to be at peace living in America.
    Thank you Rinpoche for this sharing.

    https://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/dorje-shugden/racism-against-tibetans-in-america.html
  • sarassitham
    Monday, Jul 22. 2019 11:59 PM
    Temples has been always an important place in Hindu cultural and spiritual life from early times and uptodate. Hindu cultures are rich in religion and expressing the faith through art and temple were usually built in places to mark by special holiness. Thank you for the wonderful sharing of the amazing Hindu temples around the world. I’m so much blessed to gather some information and hoping to visit some on them in my holiday plan
  • Lin Mun
    Monday, Jul 22. 2019 09:54 PM
    Unacceptable, how can these students have the mind to hurt other people and worse still to their classmate. It is like they do not even have a mind to think that their action will not only hurt but may kill her. It is really scary to think that we as human as become so barbaric and inhumane. Parents should really pay more attention to their children. Bullying behaviour does not just happened over night. Children need to be guided with right values and attitude. In this case, the bullies need to learn their lesson. Serving tea and apologising is not enough. They are responsible for their action and the pain that they brought to the girl.

    https://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/current-affairs/bullying-case-bullies-serve-tea-apologise-to-victim.html#comment-856227
  • S.Prathap
    Monday, Jul 22. 2019 03:47 PM
    Thank you for sharing this good write up to us. It is nice, that now I knows it can by easy way to clean my kidneys. Once our kidney is healthy, the rest of body organs will have a better system and function.
    The health benefits of coriander include treatment of swellings, high cholesterol levels, diarrhea, Mouth ulcers, anemia, digestion, menstrual disorders, small pox, eye care, conjunctivitis, skin disorders, blood sugar disorders, etc.Hopefully more people will follow this method to take care of their health.

    Read more : https://bit.ly/2XVH2BF
  • nicholas
    Monday, Jul 22. 2019 03:38 PM
    The Xumishan Grottoes (Chinese: 须弥山石窟) are a collection of more than 130 Buddhist cave temples, built between the fifth century until the tenth century, on the eastern edge of Mount Xumi in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region of China.

    Read more about The Gigantic Maitreya Buddha of Xumishan Grottoes, China at https://bit.ly/2VIjCej

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The first title published by Kechara Comics is Karuna Finds A Way. It tells the tale of high-school sweethearts Karuna and Adam who had what some would call the dream life. Everything was going great for them until one day when reality came knocking on their door. Caught in a surprise swindle, this loving family who never harmed anyone found themselves out of luck and down on their fortune. Determined to save her family, Karuna goes all out to find a solution. See what she does- https://bit.ly/2LSKuWo
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The first title published by Kechara Comics is Karuna Finds A Way. It tells the tale of high-school sweethearts Karuna and Adam who had what some would call the dream life. Everything was going great for them until one day when reality came knocking on their door. Caught in a surprise swindle, this loving family who never harmed anyone found themselves out of luck and down on their fortune. Determined to save her family, Karuna goes all out to find a solution. See what she does- https://bit.ly/2LSKuWo
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At Kechara Forest Retreat land we have nice fresh spinach growing free of chemicals and pesticides. Yes!
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See beautiful pictures of Manjushri Guest House here- https://bit.ly/2WGo0ti
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Mahapajapati Gotami, who was the first nun ordained by Lord Buddha.
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Mahapajapati Gotami, who was the first nun ordained by Lord Buddha.
Mahapajapati Gotami, who was the first nun ordained by Lord Buddha. She was his step-mother and aunt. Buddha\'s mother had passed away at his birth so he was raised by Gotami.
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Mahapajapati Gotami, who was the first nun ordained by Lord Buddha. She was his step-mother and aunt. Buddha's mother had passed away at his birth so he was raised by Gotami.
Another nun disciple of Lord Buddha\'s. She had achieved great spiritual abilities and high attainments. She would be a proper object of refuge. This image of the eminent bhikkhuni (nun) disciple of the Buddha, Uppalavanna Theri.
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Wandering Ascetic Painting by Nirdesha Munasinghe
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Wandering Ascetic Painting by Nirdesha Munasinghe
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My Dharma boy (left) and Oser girl loves to laze around on the veranda in the mornings. They enjoy all the trees, grass and relaxing under the hot sun. Sunbathing is a favorite daily activity. I care about these two doggies of mine very much and I enjoy seeing them happy. They are with me always. Tsem Rinpoche Always be kind to animals and eat vegetarian- https://bit.ly/2Psp8h2
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The great Protector Manjushri Dorje Shugden depicted in the beautiful Mongolian style. To download a high resolution file: https://bit.ly/2Nt3FHz
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Manjusri Kumara (bodhisattva of wisdom), India, Pala dynesty, 9th century, stone, Honolulu Academy of Arts
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Manjusri Kumara (bodhisattva of wisdom), India, Pala dynesty, 9th century, stone, Honolulu Academy of Arts
Silver Manjusri figure from Ngemplak Semongan (Indonesia). Apparently during the Shailendra Dynasty, Mahayana Buddhism was very strong in Indonesia. This Dynasty promoted Mahayana Buddhism and Manjushri was a principal Buddha of worship.
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Silver Manjusri figure from Ngemplak Semongan (Indonesia). Apparently during the Shailendra Dynasty, Mahayana Buddhism was very strong in Indonesia. This Dynasty promoted Mahayana Buddhism and Manjushri was a principal Buddha of worship.
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There is an area near Lumbini, Nepal, they have sightings of Yeti for hundreds of years. So they have signages in the area with Yeti artwork to highlight this. Interesting. TR
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There is an area near Lumbini, Nepal, they have sightings of Yeti for hundreds of years. So they have signages in the area with Yeti artwork to highlight this. Interesting. TR
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Photos of footprints (Yeti) are from a high altitude pass (Darwa Pass) connecting Gangotri valley to Yamunotri valley through old pilgrim route.
Beautiful picture. Rare. Three holy beings.
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Beautiful picture. Rare. Three holy beings.
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May 1, 2019-I really enjoy this picture of these visitors visiting Dorje Shugden's grotto in Kechara Forest Retreat today. They look happy, light and blessed after doing their prayers to Dorje Shugden. I wanted to share this picture.- https://bit.ly/2UltNE4
A postcard of my great grand aunt Princess Nirgidma of Torghut-Tsem Rinpoche
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A postcard of my great grand aunt Princess Nirgidma of Torghut-Tsem Rinpoche
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Just now, this beautiful grape and orange infused water drink with a blue glass was brought in for me. I was amazed at the colors. Tsem Rinpoche
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Just now, this beautiful grape and orange infused water drink with a blue glass was brought in for me. I was amazed at the colors. Tsem Rinpoche
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Madam Glian Sim prepared the water bowls before the water offerings were started. So Kin Hoe (KISG)
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Madam Glian Sim prepared the water bowls before the water offerings were started. So Kin Hoe (KISG)
Mr. Cheah Fook Wan offered lights and incense to The Three Jewels on behalf of KISG today. So Kin Hoe (KISG)
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Mr. Cheah Fook Wan offered lights and incense to The Three Jewels on behalf of KISG today. So Kin Hoe (KISG)
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Janice So has offered flowers to Lama Tsongkhapa, Mother Tara and all Buddhas prior to the prayer. So Kin Hoe (KISG)
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We have Robey showing us the right way to do plank during the exercise session. Lin Mun KSDS
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Students enjoyed activities last Sunday. Exercise and stretching lesson. Lin Mun KSDS
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Thanks to Uncle Edward, Karen, Ashley Tan, Ashley Eng, Neil, Usha and Sudharshan for helping out for our lunch distribution today. We would also like to thank our sponsors Sogo and Munchy's for their continuous support. ~ Vivian @ Kechara Soup Kitchen
These are some of the food distribution photos taken from our kitchen last Saturday. We thanked all volunteers who have come to help for the preparation since 3pm. ~ Vivian @ Kechara Soup Kitchen
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These are some of the food distribution photos taken from our kitchen last Saturday. We thanked all volunteers who have come to help for the preparation since 3pm. ~ Vivian @ Kechara Soup Kitchen
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Teacher Julie taught children Nagomi Art and they love it. Lin Mun KSDS
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Throwback - Children volunteered in Kechara Soup Kitchen. Lin Mun KSDS
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Some members from Kechara Penang Study Group get together to do a Dorje Shugden puja this afternoon. Join us if you're in Penang next time. ~KPSG Jacinta
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Today we are doing recycling at Kechara Soup Kitchen. KEP-Serena
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Winners for Blog Chat Quiz in June 2019: 1st Prize Winner is Stella Cheang. Congratulations! Stella wins a Dorje Shugden Puja worth RM400 + Dorje Shugden pendant on black onyx. (Joy - Blog chat moderator)
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Join us for the annual Ullambana Festival on Saturday August 10th at Kechara Forest Retreat and make the most of the auspicious Ullambana month. PROGRAMME: 9:00am – Opening speech & Dharma sharing 9:30am – Grand Ullambana Gyenze Puja for good fortune, long life & merits 12:15pm – Free vegetarian lunch 2:00pm – Grand Ullambana Trakze Puja for protection & blessings 5:00pm – End The highlight of the Ullambana Festival is two powerful & extensive pujas that will be performed according to the tradition of Gaden Monastery. We've also prepared a wide selection of traditional offerings to send bountiful merits to the people who matter in your life. Don't miss this opportunity to bring tremendous benefits to your dearly departed as well as those who are still with you. For more information on the Ullambana Festival and Ullambana offerings, please get in touch with us at +609 221 5600, +603 7803 3908, +6012 987 3908 (WhatsApp only), care@kechara.com or visit our online partner
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Join us for the annual Ullambana Festival on Saturday August 10th at Kechara Forest Retreat and make the most of the auspicious Ullambana month. PROGRAMME: 9:00am – Opening speech & Dharma sharing 9:30am – Grand Ullambana Gyenze Puja for good fortune, long life & merits 12:15pm – Free vegetarian lunch 2:00pm – Grand Ullambana Trakze Puja for protection & blessings 5:00pm – End The highlight of the Ullambana Festival is two powerful & extensive pujas that will be performed according to the tradition of Gaden Monastery. We've also prepared a wide selection of traditional offerings to send bountiful merits to the people who matter in your life. Don't miss this opportunity to bring tremendous benefits to your dearly departed as well as those who are still with you. For more information on the Ullambana Festival and Ullambana offerings, please get in touch with us at +609 221 5600, +603 7803 3908, +6012 987 3908 (WhatsApp only), care@kechara.com or visit our online partner
Join us this weekend for SPIRITUAL SATURDAY in Kechara Forest Retreat! SATURDAY, 13 JULY 9.00 am: Cook for the community - salted eggs & pineapple jam 11.00 am: Book Club - Compassion Conquers All (Eng) / Time To Wake Up (Chi) 12.30 pm: Lunch INTERESTED? To RSVP your place (and your meal!), contact us: +6017 965 9484 (WhatsApp) retreat@kechara.com See all July activities: bit.ly/2FCrJm6
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