We met at central Singapore at 5.30 am to set off to Gunung Belumut for a day's hike. The Causeway had a light jam and we made it to the car park of Belumut at 8.30 am. The ascent begins fairly gradually for the first 2 km, then it gets steeper with some points being... Continue Reading →
Highest natural point in Singapore is Bukit Timah Hill at 163.63 m. GPS route and elevation maps included.
http://www.kizoa.com/Movie-Video-Slideshow-Maker/d127773982k5975292o1l1/conquering-kota-kinabalu It was certainly no walk in the park despite calling itself Kinabalu Park. I want to record my gratefulness to Heavenly Father for His protection over the entire group - while there were some injuries sustained from this very tough terrain, minor Altitude Mountain Sickness, slight diarrhoea, there were nothing really too serious.... Continue Reading →
My 1st time ever doing a multi-day hike. Nepal has many trails and this is considered a beginners' trail. Our trip organiser arranged for us to meet locally in Singapore for Training at Toa Payoh 40 storey x 6 sets to be completed within 1 hour 30 minutes. I almost fainted during 1st attempt and... Continue Reading →