I’ll be damned if my son turns out to be a geeky child who does not appreciate nature. Unlike most parents who aims to push their children to excel academically, I aim to let my son experience the world as much as possible. So I made it a point to give him as much hands ons on his environment as possible. Last school holiday has been remarkable for us. Unlike before, we spent our holidays exploring Malaysia. If you wanna know what I’m talking about, kindly read my posts on Genting, Bentong and our trip up in Northern Malaysia.
In the meantime, here’s a little something for you to ponder about: Getting closer to nature. Cuti Cuti 1Malaysia Media companions departed from as early as seven in the morning in Matic for Rainforest Resort .
A few hours later,the group stopped at Kellie ‘s Castle .
Our next destination was Belum Rainforest Resort.
Something I don’t mind seeing everyday.
Eco-tourism is something pretty much foreign to me. The efforts made by Tourism Malaysia to introduce such thing is indeed something that needs to be praised. 😀 Temenggor is the ideal destination to attract travelers to eco-tourism.
One of the activities that can be done here. 😀 water recreation.
The resort offers various activities while kayaking around the islands. Rent is aboutÂ RM30 per hour.
Night scene. We were given a chance to participate as Green Ranger in the Belum Rainforest Resort . The program began in May 2013. The program was 3 days 2 nights stay worth RM400 . There are five chalet and dorm that could accommodate 50 people . During our stay, we learned about various stuff that’s definitely not in the textbooks. If you want to be closer to nature, this is the place you should go.Green Ranger program offers an all- new experience- seeing wildlife habitat and wild plants which have never been seen before. The travelers may choose some interesting packages to explore the place.
One for the album. 😀 The stay was not enough. Hopefully, we’ll have an opportunity to stay longer there soon.
Cleffairy: I’m pretty much adventurous, and so is my boys. Are you?