Where are we hiking?

Get back to basics, get back to Lambak. It’s as easy as that. Only 510 meters in height, not even a tricky trail. But still, one of the best training trails in Johor. Come join AdPeak for a training hike @ Gunung Lambak.

What’s special about this trip?

Firstly, I am a Kluang Boy, and so you get a personal touch to the hike from your humble guide!

The challenging slopes, the boulders on the way up, and the small stream on the side track were always a treat. Even today, whenever I bring adventurers to the trails on this mountain, I tend to share my memories and the different routes to give mixed experiences.

What’s more?

Oh yes, as a reward, the wonderful chendol at Kader Chendol stall, which is by far one of the best chendols in Malaysia. Just a few steps away, we have the mural street of Kluang, where you can bring out the child in you and enjoy a walk along the street, and many more.

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Johor, Malaysia


1 Days



Activity type


So, what is the plan?

  • 6.00am                 Pickup from Woodlands MRT, Exit C
  • 6.30am                 Pickup at Woodlands MRT, Exit C
  • 9.30am                 Estimated arrival at Gunung Lambak Base
  • 9.45am                 Warm up & start hike
  • 3.00pm                 Finish hike
  • 3.30pm                 Free and Easy in Kluang Town
  • 6.30pm                 Depart to SG
  • 9.00pm                 Estimated arrival at SG (Subjected to traffic conditions)

#this is just an estimated time based on average speed. Actual duration is still subjected to
weather conditions and pace of participants on the actual day.

What is included:

  • Transportation SG > Gunung Lambak > SG

  • Tour Leader from Singapore

  • Guided Hiking Experience at Gunung Lambak

  • Permits for the hike

What is not included:

  • Visa to Malaysia (if applicable)

  • Personal Medication

  • Personal travel insurance

  • Meals not mentioned above

What to bring?

  • Water at least 1.5litres / based on your consumption
  • Comfortable clothes to climb steep slopes and tropical terrain, preferable dry-fit
  • Gloves (compulsory)
  • Hiking shoes with good grip
  • Buff, cap, suitable headwear (not compulsory, good to have)
  • Sunscreen, insect repellent, etc
  • Hiking stick (not compulsory)
  • Change of clothes to return to Singapore
  • Towel, toiletries, etc
  • Poncho / raincoat
  • Waterproof your bag
  • Malaysian Ringgit for your food, shopping, etc


Travel 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