Nothing beats walking when it comes to enjoying the natural world, its scenery and its people. When you walk the various trails you get to meet and experience the culture of the native population and enjoy the magnificent rainforest plant life and animal life. Walking is an experience of all the senses, of sound, taste smells, sights and taste.
Highland Walk and Hiking promises pleasant and lasting memories of your time in the cool highlands resorts amidst ancient rainforest flora, birds and other fauna. We assure you that a walking holiday will be the best part of holiday.
Highland Walk and Hiking offers residential center based walks and self guided walks to several locations in Malaysia. We are mindful of the needs of our clientele and our choice of locations provide for a pleasant accommodation, good food and excellent nature.
Malaysia is a very safe country to visit and English is widely spoken. Due to heat of the lowlands our tour are located in the highlands were the temperatures are moderate and more conducive to outdoor walking. Our guides are active walkers themselves and knowledgeable about the plant life, birdlife and other wildlife of the area. If you require some help with your choice of tour, or where to go, please do contact us.
Residential Center Based Walking
Stay in one place and come back to your comfortable bedroom each night! For those whose companion is not a walker there are enough other activities to keep them occupied while you are on the trails. Residential centers provide a wide range of trails – a choice of easy, medium or for people who like to go with a small guided group, on a particular trail or area, all at the same walking grade.
With a geological history dating back 500 million odd years, the islands contain unique rock formations that stir the imagination and baffle the mind. Numerous caves, with their stunning stalactites and stalagmites, taunt the adventurous and unravel their ancient secrets.
The beauty of Fraser’s Hill is best experienced when you walk in the green splendor of a jungle trail. Small animal life like monkeys and squirrels can be spotted with luck, while larger animals like clouded leopards and tapirs are unusual. Jungle trails are graded and marked to indicate the varying degrees of difficulty.