We pitch our camps at one of the small rivers off Pedu main lake. According to my friend, we could have just entered into Thailand border. Whatever it is, no immigration officers are there to stamp our passport. We don't ever bring the passport with us in the first place.
We basically just camp on the riverbed, trap some small animal & fishes. These guys are very creative of using natural resources for basic needs. Some sort of survival skills in jungle kind of thing.
Pedu Lake is interconnected with Muda Dam with two huge tunnels. (not many people know about that)
The Ampangan Muda will in turn be the major water supply to all the padi fields in Kedah.
We rented two motor propelled boats to cross from pier to some rivers across the lake. Pedu Lake recorded very good catchments of rains & raincoat will come quite useful sometime.
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