Bukit Seladang is a beginner hill in the district of Jerantut, in Pahang, at 444masl. Though it is categorized as beginner hill, with no tricky terrains, its inclining slopes are not to be underestimated. For a regular phased hiker, it may take somewhere between 45 minutes to 60 minutes to reach the highest point of this hill, which opens to a view of Gunung Benum, the second highest mountain in Pahang.

The sunrise view is however seen best from the CP1 at 294 meters.

Trips to this hill brings to a pre-hike stop at the breakfast selling place in Jerantut, where we pack our food to eat on the hill. We will then reach the base of the hill by 5.45am, so that we can make it to the peak (sunrise view point) just in time to view the first light cutting through the horizon. So far on all our trips here, we have been lucky to see a spread of carpet clouds right below our feet, making the sunrise even more magical than it already is.

One of these days, I am thinking of going up for sunset instead, unsure what great view it might offer. To be an adventurer, we just need to venture!

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Pahang, Malaysia


2 Day



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So, what is the plan?

0530am – Board transport at Woodland MRT Exit Cnn0730am – Meet up with guide (prepare day pack)nn0745am – 4WD transfer to trail headnn0845am – Briefing and stretchingnn0900am – Start of hikenn1100am – ETA Batu Tenggek✔nn1130am – ETA Panti North✔nn1230pm – ETA Panti East✔

What is included:

  • Round trip transportation from Singapore (as per itinerary)

  • Tour Leader from Singapore

  • Professional Mountain Guides

  • Permission & reports to relevant authorities

  • Expedition porter (For company equipment & ration)

  • Chef on the mountain

  • Camping meals

  • Porter to bring equipment and ration up the mountain

  • Group and external radio communication

  • 4WD transfer

  • Flysheet & ground sheet (A-frame tent)

  • Certification of climb

What is not included:

  • Group, personal, equipment, belongings, travel, or other types of insurance coverage during expedition dates.

  • Personal camping equipment

  • Travel, meals, accommodation, and other items not mentioned above prior and after the expedition

  • Emergency evacuation cost

  • Visa to Malaysia

  • Personal Medication

  • Meals other than specified in the itinerary

  • Travel insurance

Important: nTravel insurance: always good to have when on travels out of the country. It is the responsibility of the agency to remind participants on the travel insurance, but it is the responsibility of the participants to purchase the insurance. nThe camping style at G7 mountains can be different from the common camping experiences that you may have had in the past. As the camping site is only meant to be a temporary resting site before proceeding with the summit climb, we will have a mass tent facility known as the A-frame tent, with ground sheet. You can bring your sleeping bag (it can be cold past midnight) to lay on the ground sheet to make yourself comfortable. n

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