White Water Rafting
Sungai Selangor is located in Kuala Kubu Baru (or KKB)... It is one of the white water country which includes Padas and Kiulu (in Sabah), Sedim (in Kedah), Kampar (in Perak) or Jeeram Besu (in Pahang)... Sungai Selangor is still rated from gard 1 to 4 despite the construction of the Sungai Selangor Dam in the late 1990s... grade 4 is when the water level goes up and the rapids become more challenging to rafters)...
The 8km adventure starts with a cruise to Flip Corner where all rafters get into the water for a confidence exercise and to practise what they have learnt at a 20-mins safety briefing earlier... The challenge then teases with small, tame rapids before the ride on the first drop at First Canyon... here, guides are on stand-by with rescue ropes...
Next is the Chicken Drop - the drop that pushes the raft down for it to float high before hitting a stone wall.. The makes the rafters more alert and ready to fact the last rapid, Second Canyon whose sheer size easily beats other earlier rapids... After the Second Canyon, the river floats on leisurely into tamer rapids before taking off at Gahau Waterfall...
The adventure is organised by Khersonese Expedition Sdn Bhd and the "take-out point" at the Gahau Waterfall is its campsite... The base, known as Khersonese White Water Centre is equipped with toilets, showers and a dining area... This is also where rafters leave their stuff, park their cars and have lunch...
Equipment: Gears to bring along a change of clothings after the rafting... river sandles or lace-up shoes, straps for spectacles or goggles, towel or sarong, sunscreen lotion and basic toiletries...Related to:
Templer Park Country Club
The Templer Park golf course was designed by fame Japanese golf architect Jumbo Ozaki...
The 18-holes par-72 course is set in the midst of a natural sanctuary and surrounded by virgin forest with the famous Bukit Takun rising majestically by the side... The First Nine plays to 3,370yds from the blue tees with the Second Nine at 3,355yds... The course is immaticulately maintained with water coming to play on only 3 holes viz holes #8, #9 and #18... The fairways are lined with matured shady trees... Hole #10 plays to the outcrop Bukit Takun on the left of the fairway... It is said that this hole is haunted... Caddy is compulsory and is responsibly for driving the buggy...
Equipment: Besides the normal changing rooms for men and ladies, there is also a small swimming pool at the club... There is also a driving range and practice green... Two outdoor tennis courts are also available... For F&B, there is a main restaurant that serves local, Japanese and Western food... The restaurant operates from 7:00am to 9:00pm...Related to:
Saujana Golf & Country Club
The Saujana Golf & Country Club has 2 distinctive 18-holes course known as the Palm Course (or nickname The Cobra) and the Bunga Raya Course (nickname The Crocodile)... The course is designed by American golf architect Ronald Fream... The championship Palm Course has been voted the best course in Malaysia for many years...
The Palm Course plays to 6,610yds from the blue tees with the First Nine playing to 3,256yds and the Second Nine to 3,354yds... The course is is undulating with palm trees along the fairways... It is noted for its rather difficult undulating greens as well... and to 2-putted is a rare achievement...
The Bunga Raya Course plays to 6,450yds from the blue tees... The First Nine plays to 3,308yds while the Second Nine to 3,142yds...Water come into play in a number of holes with an island green at the par-3 hole #17...
Equipment: The clubhouse has a popular golfer's terrace overlooking the finishing hole #18 of the Palm Course... It has a Chinese Restaurant...
Normal golf facilities include a driving range, a proshop (managed by Pan-West), men and ladies changing rooms...Related to:
ASIAN PGA Qualifying school Venue
Seri SElangor golf club is public golf course located at in Damansara,Kuala Lumpur.Next to Tropicana Resort.the 18-hole, 6,374-metre, par-72 championship designed by Ross Watson.the course provide a truly magnificient panorama which carved out of a virgin secondery jungle with narrow fairways and streams through the club house
Equipment: The Green very fast and course management needed here.You will bump with mlaysian local pro as they normally practise here.Related to:
Monterez Golf & Country Club
Opened in 1992, the club draw its inspiration from The Pyramid of Kukulcan, A Mayan monument in Mexico ~ so the the logo and clubhouse follow the tiered design of the ancient pyramid... The 18-holes par-71 course plays to 5,738m from the blue tees with the First Nine at 2,845m and the Second Nine at 2,893m... Designed by Australian golf architect Ted Parslow, the course in rather compact and the fairways are tight and some criss-crossing... The course is built over rolling terrain with numerous doglegs... Night golfing is available on weekdays...
Equipment: The clubhouse has both men and ladies changing rooms... The Mayan Coffee House serves good local and Western cuisine... Other F&B outlest include the Pedro's Fun Pub and the Sunterez Golfers' Terrace...Related to:
Bukit Unggul Country Club
Bukit Unggul Country Club is lcoated in a valley... It can be really stuffy if the winds are not blowing... The 18-holes par-71 course plays to 5,858m from the blue tees... It is deisgned by American golf architect, Ronald Fream... The Swan Nine plays to a short 2,824m while the Eagle Nine to 3,034m... The course is rather scenic and undulating as it is in a valley... Water comes into paly is a number of holes, particularly the Eagles Nine... The Eagles Nine is light for night play...
Equipment: The club has a rather big clubhouse perched on a hillside overlooking the course... There is a big male changing room as well as a lady changing (cannot check as i am not a lady golfer, hehe)... The golfer's terrace serves good food... Golfing service is good... With the upgraded course, it is now buggy on track...Related to:
Bukit Beruntung Golf & Country Resort
The golf resort has two 18-holes courses ~ the championship West Course and the East Course... The courses are of average length and challenging, with undulating fairways...
The par-72 West Course plays to 5,930m with the 1st nine 2,919m and the 2nd nine at 2,929m from the blue tees... while the par-72 East Course plays to 5,819m with the 1st nine at 2,901m and the 2nd nine at 2,901m as well... The fairways are of cow grass with water coming into play is a number of holes... While it is buggy on track at the West Course, buggy is on fairways on the East Course...
Equipment: The resort has a golf school named the Aman Golf School which caters mainly for Korean golfers... It has accommodations on-site with a large clubhouse... The golfers terrace is also big with both air-cond and non air-cond dining areas... The changing rooms are large but rather run-down...Related to:
Bukit Kemuning Golf & Country Club
The par-72 18-holes golf course was designed by Dato' Ng Thian Hock... Opened in 1992, the First Nine plays to 3,106m from the blue tees... while the Second Nine plays to 3,105m...
The course is comparative flat and very friendly to high handicappers...
Equipment: The airy clubhouse has a golfers trrace, pro-shop and a driving range... It has a sauna, gymnasium and swimming pool as well for members...Related to:
Port Klang Golf Resort
The Port Klang Golf Resort plays to 6,280m from the blue tees... with the 1st Nine playing to 3,172m and the 2nd Nine at 3,108m... The course is rather flat being along the sea coast... The course in not playable during the rainy season as it will be very soggy... You will come across many crows on the fairways and greens...
Equipment: There is a small clubhouse with men and ladies changing rooms as well as a small golfers lounge for a simple meal and drinks... There are also a few chalets for rental next to the clubhouse for those who would like a leisurely game and a place to stay the night...Related to:
Palm Garden Golf Club
The Palm Garden Golf Club (PGGC) is part of the IOI Resort comprising of the 3* Palm Garden Hotel and the 5* Putrajaya Marriot...
Designed by Rick Robbins, PGGC comprises of 3 Nines ~ Putra, Palm and IOI Nines... The championship nines of Putra and Palm play to 2,978m and 3,022m respectively... The shorter, but more challenging IOI Nine plays to 2,811m, all from the blue tees... The course is rather wide providing a golfers with a really friendly course...
Equipment: Among the amendities are the men and ladies changing room, the (rather expensive) Golfers Terrance and the Aroi Ree Thai Restaurant... There is also the driving range with its own F&B facility serving more affordable simple food and drinks...Related to:
Subang National Golf Club (KGNS)
The Subang National Golf Club is now known by its local name Kelab Golf Negara Subang (or KGNS)... It was opened in 1968 by the then Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman, who was instrumental in founding the club... The club has two 18-holes course ~ the 18-holes championship Putra Course and the other 18-holes Kelana Course...
The challenging Putra Course, with the Agong's Nine and Tunku's Nine, play to 3,188m each from the blue tees, making a total of 6,326m... The course is rather flat with minimum hazards but comparative long... Fairway is of cow grass but immaculately maintained... The greens are elevated and fast...
The shorter Kelana Course play to 5,732m from the blue tees... The Sultan's Nine plays to 2,923m with the Tun's Nine playing to 2,800m... The layout is similar to that of the Putra Course wth cow grass fairways... As this is the shorter course, it is also referred to as the kiddy course by KGNS members...
The club has a Chinese restuarant and a popular Golfer's Terrance... There is also a bar and lounge for relaxation after a hard round of golf... The Golfer's Terrance is noted for its good and relatively cheap food...
Equipment: The course is popular and golfing traffic is high throughout the week... Only foursomes are allowed during weekends and public holidays... Both trolleys and buggies are allowed on the course... As this is a members' club, it is not open to public... Other than golfers who have reciprocal agreement with the club, non-members can only play with members and each member can only introduce one guest...Related to:
Palm Garden Golf-A garden Of Golfing Delights
Its Three inriguing nines ,putra,palm and IOI sweep across several hundred acres of rolling hills and valleys thats are pempered with mature trees,cuningly placed bunkers and strategically -sited bodies of water.
have your break or dinner in their gigantic clubhouse and retire for the night to one of outstanding hotels,the palm garden or the IOI marriot ,and look forward to repeating the same schedle the next day.Related to:
Kajang Hill -where japanese expac play
this course dominant by japanese expac,The gently undulating course bermuda-grassed fairways bunkers water hazards and well-trimmed greens will make you to come again .local Western and Japanese dishes that pamper your very discerning taste buds.
One of the major world motorsport events, Formula One (F1) racing is held annually in Sepang Circuit, 85 km outside Kuala Lumpur annually since its opening in 1999.
It is also the site for A1 racing and Moto GP for motorcycles.
It is one of the newest and impressive circuits of F1 racing.
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