20 - 50 Travellers
Located in the district of Temerloh which is dubbed as the 'Ikan Patin Town'. It is one of the earliest homestay experience in Malaysia and preferred by most travelers ecspecailly Japanese and Korean visitors. Since early 80s, this homestay been made its name and handled thousands of tourists from the world.
It is actually a resettlement centre where villagers from several traditional villages or 'kampung' in the vicinity affected by frequent floods are relocated. Amenities, commitments from the villagers and good management have made this homestay attraction with a difference.
Day 1 - 10:30
See you at Meeting Point
Day 1 - 11:00
Visit to Deerland Park
Day 1 - 12:15
Visit to Elephant Sanctuary
Day 1 - 13:00
Lunch Included for you
Day 1 - 14:30
Start the Batik Painting
Day 1 - 16:30
Tea Time Included
Day 1 - 17:00
Agro Tour at the Rubber and Coconut Estate
Day 1 - 17:45
End and see you again
Halal food available
Foods & Meal(s) are included during the trip. (Please note that alcohol is always excluded)
Public or private transportation fares : taxi, bts, mrt, etc are included (Please estimate the cost of gasoline or vehicle rental fee, in case of using a private car)
Admission fee: Amusement park, gallery, shows, and etc are included
High Tea and lunch with all admission fees into the activities is included.
Transportation included during the trip, but not included from the way you come and back home
Why this trip?
Join us for this suburban/outskirt trip, you will have lot interaction with the wildlife mix with tradition/culture from this tropical country, Malaysia. A true rural escape !!!
Cute and kindness deer with little small animals around you are expecting in the morning. A true interaction with elephant and fee them with their favorite food, put yourself in real experience and live with that 'little' elephant.
We will move into 'Kampung' village after the morning trip with local food as your lunch which is included in this trip. And we will proceed into Batik Painting workshop (Wax resist dyeing of fabric, the ancient art way). Before leaving, you will be lead to an agro experience, where you can see the truth and learn some technique in rubber tapping along with the visitation to coconut estate too.
Things to prepare for the trip
Extra clothes for change
Kampung Desa Murni, Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia
How to get there
The meeting point is conveniently located along the Temerloh-Jerantut trunk load, about 13 kilometres from Temerloh Town and 40 kilometres from Jerantut. From Kuala Lumpur it takes about 1-2 hours drive along the new East Coast Highway and exit at EXIT No. 819 which is five minutes away. Local bus and taxi services are available from Temerloh, Mentakab and Jerantut.
There are regular express bus services from Kuala Lumpur and Kuantan
Indoor activities will still be ongoing, but if bad weather were to happen during outdoor activities, it shall be replaced with indoor activities instead
As Malaysia is popular with its sunny heat and high humidity. Tourists are recommended to wear comfortable outdoor clothes.