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RFC-Rainforest Challenge

RFC-Rainforest Challenge

Date : 27 Nov 2015 – 07 Dec 2015

 

The RFC is an off-road 4×4 eventuality that is among a world’s tip 10 toughest engine races. It takes place annually from finish Nov to early Dec. Every year, it attracts a bravest of a land daredevils from Europe to Asian to face a contingency in a jungle for 10 days braving a mud, rain, high uphill, downhill undulating turf and a rage of Mother Nature from a monsoon. An unusual eventuality for unusual adventurers set in an unusual season, a monsoon. Event also open for Media Touring Adventurers.

Venue

Seremban , Port Dickson, Gemas, Kuala Pilah Jelebu (Negeri Sembilan)

Organiser

RFC (Rainforest Challenge) International

No 6-2, 2nd Floor, Jalan 1/76 C

Desa Pandan

55100 Kuala lumpur

Malaysia

Phone

03-9200 8908 , 012-211 7080

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Pasir Panjang Recreational Park

“This sensuous recreational park is situated within a 13-hectare timberland haven during Kampung Teluk, a coastal encampment in Port Dickson.”

This sensuous recreational park is situated within a 13ha timberland haven during Kampung Teluk, a coastal encampment in Port Dickson. Situated 28km from Port Dickson city and dual mins expostulate from Pasir Panjang, it is simply permitted from a Seremban-Port Dickson Highway or Pedas-Linggi fee piazza of a scenic North-South Highway.

With amenities like parking areas, huts, toilets, walking lane and children’s playground, a recreational park is a favourite family tour spot. It is also obvious earthy training locus as a timberland houses dual OBS-type earthy plea camps, one managed by PDS Camp and Resort while a other by a National Youth Leadership Institute (IKBN). These camps are good versed with variuos comforts for earthy training including an barrier course, certainty test, height for abseiling, apparatus for kayaking and boating as good as an administration building and hostels. Thus, it is a renouned training locus for corporate companies, supervision agencies and students from schools and aloft training institutions.

The form of trees and shrubs covering a hills and valleys with roots, branches and depressed leaves carpeting a timberland building creates this timberland a haunt fo inlet lovers. With it’s contentment of flora and fauna, it is no consternation that many normal medicine practitioners can be speckled scouring a woods for medicinal spices and plants.

Trekking by this pleasing forest, we might come accross an aged tomb during a rise of Bukit Kurau. There is also a brook where we will find many shrimp-netters casting their nets that doubles adult as an area is filled with villagers looking for kupang (a kind of cockle, tasty when baked sweet-sour). At high tide, a pleasing perspective of several offshore floating decks can be seen from a forest. These decks, commissioned with wooden stools, are a favourite among anglers.

Nearby this recreational park, we will find food stalls handling late into a night. Located amidst a fishing village, this stalls offer tasty appetizing dishes (grilled or otherwise) of fish, shrimps, crabs and squids uninformed from a sea.

Last noticed – Oct 17, 2011

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Pasir Panjang Recreational Park

“This lush recreational park is situated within a 13-hectare forest reserve at Kampung Teluk, a coastal village in Port Dickson.”

This lush recreational park is situated within a 13ha forest reserve at Kampung Teluk, a coastal village in Port Dickson. Situated 28km from Port Dickson town and two minutes drive from Pasir Panjang, it is easily accessible from the Seremban-Port Dickson Highway or Pedas-Linggi toll plaza of the scenic North-South Highway.

With amenities like parking areas, huts, toilets, walking track and children’s playground, the recreational park is a favourite family outing spot. It is also well-known physical training arena as the forest houses two OBS-type physical challenge camps, one managed by PDS Camp and Resort while the other by the National Youth Leadership Institute (IKBN). These camps are well equipped with variuos facilities for physical training including an obstacle course, confidence test, platform for abseiling, equipment for kayaking and boating as well as an administration building and hostels. Thus, it is a popular training arena for corporate companies, government agencies and students from schools and higher learning institutions.

The profile of trees and shrubs covering the hills and valleys with roots, branches and fallen leaves carpeting the forest floor makes this forest a haunt fo nature lovers. With it’s abundance of flora and fauna, it is no wonder that many traditional medicine practitioners can be spotted scouring the woods for medicinal herbs and plants.

Trekking through this beautiful forest, you may come accross an old tomb at the peak of Bukit Kurau. There is also a bay where you will find many shrimp-netters casting their nets which doubles up as an area is filled with villagers looking for kupang (a kind of cockle, delicious when cooked sweet-sour). At high tide, a beautiful view of several offshore floating decks can be seen from the forest. These decks, installed with wooden stools, are a favourite among anglers.

Nearby this recreational park, you will find food stalls operating late into the night. Located amidst a fishing village, this stalls offer delicious mouth-watering dishes (grilled or otherwise) of fish, shrimps, crabs and squids fresh from the sea.

Last viewed – October 07, 2011