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4 x 4 (Four Wheel Package Tour) at Janda Baik Bukit Tinggi

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Venue : Janda Baik Bukit Tinggi Pahang - 45 minutes ride from Kuala Lumpur city Center
Package Rate :  RM 320.00 per person (minimum 2 persons) 

Package Includes :

4WD vehicles up to 4 persons per vehicle

Personal accident insurance of RM 500.00 

Lunch and cold drinks refreshments

Tour per itinerary


Package Tour Itinerary

0800 hrs Depart Kuala Lumpur by 4WD


0900 hrs Arrive Janda Baik. After a short rest commence  off road adventure into the rain forest. Continue journey through some very rough jungle trek, and undulating hills, wet muddy treks and an exciting river crossing.


The route crosses 2 rivers and the ending point is the climb over some rough rocky patches that lead to the top of the hill.


1300 hrs Lunch at a village restaurant


After lunch, begin the return journey to  Kuala Lumpur.



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)


Things to Bring

Extra clothing to change
Medication (if necessary)- First Aid Kit is with Guide
Camera (optional)
Personal Toiletries (Environment Friendly)


About Janda Baik


Janda Baik literally means the village where the good widow lives. Being its close pro ximity to Kuala Lumpur the immediate surroundings of Kuala Lumpur have many nice surprises for the visitor. waterfalls, primary forest, Orang Asli settlements, all within easy reach. Janda Baik also known as the rich men retirement homes has a unique blend of beautiful landscapes, fresh mountain air and unparallel environment.

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 gruelling 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!



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.


The experience of going off road into the wild will be hard to forget. Two hours being driven in a 4WD vehicle with a different to get the joy of your adventure.  We take you right of the beaten track to exploring the heart  of a rainforest, pass through rivers with a magnificent view of the pristine forests.


General Information

Things to Always Carry on Trips

  • Basic recovery gear (snatch straps, 'D' shackles, shovel, axe, jack and jacking plate; winch and chainsaw are optional).

  • First-aid kit (antiseptic, burn cream, scissors, eye drops, bandages, dressing).

  • Fire extinguisher.

  • Tools (ring and open spanners, hacksaw, file, wire cutter, tyre gauge, pump and  repair kit, battery jumper leads, spray lubricant).

  • Spare parts (radiator hoses, fan belt, fuses, spark plugs, coil, condenser, tyre tube).

  • Extra water, map of area, compass, torch, knife, matches

General Off road Driving Tips

  • Observe all rules and regulations pertaining to the use of public land.

  • Avoid areas which are easily damaged such as swamps and vegetated sand dunes.

  • Carry out all the rubbish you brought in.

  • Always ask permission before entering private land.

  • Leave gates as you find them.

Driving in Tricky Sections    

  • Don't change gear in the middle of a tricky section.

  • If in doubt, always use a lower gear.

  • A low second or third gear is generally best for going uphill, a low  first gear is best for steep downhills. If your vehicle begins to slide sideways, a very slight acceleration and steering  into the slide will normally straighten your descent. Use your footbrake sparingly and avoid touching the clutch.

  • Move the steering wheel rapidly from side to side to improve traction in mud; if you become stuck, rock the vehicle forwards or backwards by alternating between first and reverse gears.

  • To get through sand, lower the tyre pressure to 140 kpa (20 psi) and avoid sudden changes in direction or acceleration. Fitting specialist desert tyres may help.

  • When descending a dune, avoid braking, but don't go so slowly that the wheels stop rolling.

  • Before entering a water section, loosen the fan belt, and spray electrical equipment with lubricant. In the water, use a low second gear, keep the speed down but fast enough to create a bow wave, and keep the engine running. Avoid changing gears or disengaging the clutch. If the engine stops, do not restart it but winch the vehicle out.



  • Wear light but absorbent natural fiber clothing
  • Nights in the rainforests may bet cooler than expected so bring along water-proof jacket to keep you warm as well as protected from the rain.
  • Sturdy shoes are a must especially in competition events. Bring a pair of thongs or sneakers to let your feet breathe and relax when you make camp.
  • Socks are a must to keep your feet dry and unchaffed.
  • A pair of heavy duty gloves are also advisable.
  • Bring a sleeping bag and a camping tent for overnight shelter.
  •  Always check vehicles before starting out on a drive. Pay special attention to tires which can develop punctures from the rough terrain.
  • Carry a first aid kid with elastic bandages, surgical dressing, antiseptic, burn cream, eye drops, scissors and tweezers

The East Coast offers the best terrain in Peninsular Malaysia for off road driving. Gua Musang in Kelantan and Tasik Kenyir in Terengganu, Endau Rompin in Johor, Tasik Chini and Cameron Highlands in Pahang are the routes most often used for the sport. The are around the Kinabalu National Park in Sabah and Bintulu in Sarawak are places of off road enthusiasts in East Malaysia.

There are also some good places to drive closer to Kuala Lumpur and the Peninsular. The most notable are Pertak in Kuala Kubu Baru, Selangor which is two hours drive from Kuala Lumpur. The route is especially scenic with fruit plantations and fresh produce stalls fringing the approach road.

Pahang and Terengganu still remain the favourite off road driving destinations. The Sungai Lembing mines in Pahang are a safe though challenging route and anglers may like to pack their rods for some fishing as well. The Endau Rompin are in Johor is a more trying route and a group expedition is strongly recommended since a lone vehicle may encounter difficulties.

Kenyir Lake, Kuala Berang, Sungai Loh and Sungai Kelamin in Terengaanu are also great spots for off road adventures. The proximity of these places to small towns make it easy to get provisions or fuel.

Because of the ruffed terrain and jults and bumps sustained during a drive, participants need to be of a sound body and constitution.


Off road driving is a year round activity, but depending on the level of expertise of the drive, some months are better than others. The dry season from March to October make for firmer terrain and less mud. Visibility is also much better without the slashing November February monsoon rains and so the dry months are recommended for the Casual driver.


The casual driver as well as the contestant must always bear in mind that off road driving seeks to unite man and nature. It is never a test of wills of one against another. Internationally accepted practices are to be abided by when traveling and camping.

Always remember to take your garbage with you. No burying of thrash is allowed. Carry out bodily functions at least 100 meters away from campsites and well away from water. Keep to marked trails and do not drive over vegetated sand dunes while on beaches.

Never run over or flatten any living undergrowth or saplings if your vehicle can safely go around it. Attempt also to move fallen obstructions blocking your track rather than trying to drive over them.

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