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2D1N Sungai Lembing 4x4 Off Road Adventure

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Malaysia’s rugged terrain, dense rain forests and numerous mountainous regions make it an irresistible destination for off road driving enthusiasts. Mud, heat, sloping hills and rainstorms add to the challenge in the grueling and exhilarating sport of off road adventure.

With 58 per cent of the country still under jungle cover, Malaysia’s terrain bring out the best of man and machine in a test of skill under ever changing conditions. Our experienced four wheel guides will let you experience the fun and excitement on our rough terrains in our rainforest. Get ready for a good time!


Tour Itinerary


Day 1



Meet and Greet at Hotel Lobby by our representative


visit at Batu Cave


Proceed to Kuala Gandah Elephant sanctuary


Fruits Tasting & Packed Lunch before Sanctuary


Proceed to Sungai Lembing which take about 2 hours journey…


After arrival, check in hotel (Basic)

Dinner at Local Restaurant


Day 2



Breakfast at Hotel


Proceed to take 4x4 Off Road Ride to Waterfalls

4x4 Off Road Ride – 1 Hour

Trekking Jungle to Rainbow Waterfalls – 45 Minutes


Picnic Lunch inside the Jungle


Transfer back to Sungai Lembing


Departure Sungai Lembing for Kuala Lumpur


Expected arrival into Kuala Lumpur


Tour Rate


2 Days 1 Night 4x4 Off Road Adventure


: Sungai Lembing, Kuantan, Pahang

Rate (minimum 3 person)

2 - 3 pax

4 - 5 pax

6 - 8 pax


RM 1090

RM 800

RM 705

All Rate Included 6% of GST

All rate are subject to change with or without notice


Tour Inclusion


Return Transfer from your hotel of stay in KL

1 overnight stay in tent / hut

1 Dinner / 2 Lunch / 1 Breakfast


Bottled drinking water

Immediate medical coverage of up to RM 500




Casual t-shirts with long/short pants
Jungle trekking shoes/sandals/sport shoes
Extra pair of slipper/shoes (in case of emergency i.e. shoes worn out)


We Provide


Bag (zip lock)
Bottled drinking water
Picnic lunch 
Guides cum driver (Qualified first aider)
4WD transport 
Transport throughout the journey (to and from hotel)


Things to Bring of Your Own


Extra clothing to change
Medication (if necessary)- First aid kit is with Guide
Camera (optional)
Personal toiletries (environment friendly)


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Introduction of Sungai Lembing and Rainbow Waterfall


Sungai Lembing is a tin mining town 42 km northwest of Kuantan in Pahang, Malaysia. Lembing is Malay for spear, and "sungai" means river. Per local legend, the local ruler saw a vision of a spear in the nearby river and thus named his town after this vision.

Until the 1970s, Sungai Lembing was a major producer of underground tin. Sungai Lembing town developed in the 1880s when the British set up the tin mining industry, although the history of mining in this area extends much further back. From 1891, the Pahang Consolidated Company Limited, (PCCL), which was under British control, had a 77-year lease to mine the area. PCCL managed the mine from 1906 until its liquidation in 1986 when world tin prices collapsed.

The pit mines were closed in 1986 due to high operational costs and low yields, but during their heyday they were among the largest and deepest in the world. The total tunnel length is 322 km, with a depth of between 610 m and 700 m. A museum highlighting the tin mining industry was opened in 2003. The museum is housed in an old bungalow once used by the mine manager. The museum houses a collection of mining artifacts.

Today the town of Sg Lembing is in decline although it was once the richest town in Pahang, known as El Dorado of the East. In the 1940s about 1400 people worked in the mine. Today many of the wooden shoplots are closed and people are moving away. The town straddles the river, and the main street on the right bank is split by an avenue of majestic trees. At the end, an old wooden building overlooks the padang where games of cricket and other social activities were held.

Sunrise on Bukit Panorama, Sungai Lembing
Nearby Sungai Lembing is Bukit Panorama, which is a popular place to watch the sunrise. 16 km from Sg. Lembing is Gunung Tapis Nature Park, where one can camp, fish, and shoot the rapids. Gunung Tapis itself is 1,512 m high. On the way to Sg. Lembing at the hamlet of Panching[1] is Gua Charas, a temple cave that is a popular tourist destination, also Sungai Pandan Waterfall, which is 29 km from Kuantan.


Rainbow waterfall is accessible from Sungai Lembing town which is located 45 kilometres from Kuantan.

Sungai Lembing used to be a busy mining town and housed the largest underground tine mine in the world - today it is almost deserted since it is simply no longer economic to continue mining in the area.

From Sungai Lembing to the starting point of the waterfall take about 45 minit driving time. In early day we need to take 4WD to go into the starting point of this waterfall but now can just go in by car. After parking the car (is one of our camp site too) we need to cross the river and take one and half hour to trek into the waterfall.

This water is a bit difference with other waterfall, it is like a small mountain that has been sliced out a small piece in the middle and we just follow the sliced out part trek into there. At the end of the trek, a big natural vertical wall appear in front of us and 75 degree slope on both side grow with small plants.
The water is broken up and reaches the bottom as mist and in the process forms a rainbow usually between sunrise and 11am when the sun is at a certain angle. Is this place is a garden it must be the most beautiful waterfall garden in Malaysia.


Team and Conditions


Participants should note that an adventure trip involves risk. Whilst we make every effort to safeguard our guest, we cannot be held responsible for personal injury or loss  due to the action of clients which are beyond our control. A signed release or Indemnity Form will be required from all participants.

We and our partners reserve the right to make such alteration to departure and completion dates, reducing the extent of a trip, etc, that we deem necessary due to road, river or weather conditions or other conditions beyond our control including minimum safe running numbers, before and whilst on a trip.

Postponement notice will be provided by us or our partner prior to the trip. Due to bad weather or high water in which high risks is unavoidable or insufficient participants. All payment will be transferred to a later date of same trip scheduled or a full refund to guest if services not rendered.

Guest may postpone the trip to the later date but no cancellation shall be entertained. NO REFUND for cancellation by guest.


Booking and Payment


Booking and Payment


Day Trips

: Booking has to be made at least 48hrs prior to departure

Overnight Trip

: Booking has to be made at least 14 days prior to departure

Full payment to be made upon confirmation of booking


General Information


On our tours you have the option to take a jungle trek amongst the cool, refreshing forest air. The region‘s fertile mountain slopes make it one of the best places in the country to grow tea. In contrast KL as it is affectionately titled is a major tourist hub with international hotels, shopping and the famous Petronas Towers, which currently holds the title of the world’s tallest twin tower building. 

Well, with untouched 130 million-years-old tropical rain-forests still covering much of the country, and miles of sea coasts, this website will endeavor to show the rich diversity, spectacular beauty and secret wonders of God's creations -- wildlife and nature -- in Malaysia.

Your journey will cover, among others:-

Malaysia's Rainforests, Flora and Fauna
Malaysia's Rivers, Beaches, Lakes and Waterfalls
Malaysia's Caves and Mountains
And the interesting places in Malaysia for adventure escapes and eco-tourism visits.

Call For Care in Development 
* to making a call for the preservation and conservation of our natural resources and wildlife.

* to ask that proper care and planning be taken in any development so as to protect and safeguard our slowly vanishing nature and wildlife heritage.

Why? Because whenever the existing biodiversity systems are upset and ruined, there will eventually be adversed repercussions affecting us and our future generations.
Through this website, we therefore hope to foster and generate greater interest, understanding and appreciation of nature's uniqueness and beauty.

And to help inform and disseminate nature's inextricably valuable contributions to mankind's own continued longevity.

And through it all, we hope that our sons and daughters and the future generations will still be able to see, behold and treasure during their own lifetime the wonders and beauty of God's unique creations.

Help Preserve The Environment

We hope, that you too will support and contribute in your own way to help preserve the delicate balance of nature wherever you are.

Spread the message of conservation, whenever you can.
Do add your voices to calls for the care and preservation of the environment.

But most of all, be kind to nature. Appreciate and care for them. Live and let live.

Hopefully, the beauty, diversity and riches of Malaysia's wildlife and nature will inspire us all to care more for our environment.


Information on National Park of Malaysia


Wonders of Malaysian National Parks

Visit the national parks in Malaysia if you want to see and experience the real magic and wonders of wildlife and nature in their natural environment.

Wildlife and nature-lovers will surely find the parks in Malaysia truly fascinating, especially because of their extensive diversity and amazing spread of tropical fauna and flora in the untouched wild rain-forests, oldest in the world, that evolved over 130 million years ago.

The state and national parks in Malaysia, including the marine parks, sanctuaries and reserves, are in fact "fenced up" living microcosms depicting the richness and diversity of the wonderful, original flora and fauna species of the country.

Where are the national parks in Malaysia located?

Well, you can find the state and national parks in Malaysia, including marine and wildlife reserves and sanctuaries, spread out in the various states of East and West Malaysia as listed below.

A few, like Taman Negara and Endau-Rompin National Park, may span across another neighboring state(s), where they can also be accessed from.

It is important to note that while some are open to the public, others may require special permits and authorization to enter.

For instance, you can watch turtles at Pulau Talang which is open to the public, but entry to Pulau Satang requires special permits and license from the authorities.

Reasons for the Rules and Regulations

Needless to say, there are specific rules and regulations for each of the wildlife parks in Malaysia and visitors are expected to abide by them.

These rules are not only to ensure that the wildlife and nature in the area remain safe, protected and preserved for future generations but also for the safety of visitors themselves.

So some of these nature parks may require licenses and special permits for entry, photography and fishing. And although photography may be allowed, use of flash may be prohibited for photography at certain locations, for example, during turtle nesting and hatchings at night, which will definitely disturb the turtles.

So do follow the rules and regulations for the betterment of all.

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