Padang Endau Warnings and Dangers

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    Be careful where you tread!!!

    by imran8852 Updated Mar 9, 2007

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    The Dead Cobra

    If you have to go out at night, be careful where you tread & watch out for snakes. Normally the snakes don't bother us if we leave them alone, and most of the time you can see them just lying in the middle of the road until they get hit by the passing vehicle. We always carry small torch with us; it's handy to have one because some place doesn't even have light. We saw a cobra on our way to get some snacks, on the way back it was already dead…Hit by one of the vehicle.

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    Drive carefully!

    by imran8852 Updated Mar 9, 2007

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    Be careful when you see this sign (accompanying photo) especially when you are driving in Kg. Penyabong, there are so many cows there…sometime they just lay around on the road.
    You hit them… you pay or else you might not be back in one piece!

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    Most expensive "Teh Tarik" in Malaysia

    by stanleykuan Updated Dec 15, 2005
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    "Selera Intan", located at the main street (corner shop) of Endau, Johor, Malaysia. While i was on the way back to JB from Kuantan last weekend, i ordered (package) 2 bags of teh tarik (milk tea) at that Malay store. It costs me RM2.60 and it is most expensive teh tarik i ever tried (excluding high class restraurant). Immediately, i checked out the restraurant name and black listed it.

    Opposite the store was where we parked our car. I brought Jing Zi and wife to see fishing boats and river. It was a fresh new experience for Jing Zi.

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    Getting lost

    by victorwkf Updated Dec 1, 2003

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    Rainforest trail signboard, Malaysia

    As Endau Rompin is a very big national park consisting of dense rainforest, getting lost is a big problem. As such, always stick to the main trail and follow the guide closely to prevent that from happening.

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    Leeches

    by victorwkf Updated Dec 1, 2003

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    Wearing protective leech socks, Malaysia

    As in a tropical jungle, there are blood sucking leeches in Endau Rompin, especially during the rainy season. Remember to wear protective leech socks and bring along fire lighters to remove the leeches.

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    Floods

    by victorwkf Written Dec 1, 2003

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    Bridge destroyed by flood water

    Flooding can be a major and life threatening problem especially during the monsoon rain season where the rivers swell very fast.

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