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Banggi Island Cycling Eco Camp

Take the off-beaten path in the biggest island of Malaysia, Pulau Banggi, located within the Kudat Division of Sabah, spanning 440.7 square kilometers.

Cycling in Pulau Pangkor

In the waters of the Straits of Melaka lies Pangkor where nine islands dwell in bliss, and only two of which are inhabited: Pangkor Laut and Pulau Pangkor.

Classic Cycling Tour, Langkawi

Pulau Langkawi, officially known as Jewel of Kedah, is an archipelago of 99 islands in the Andaman Sea, off the mainland coast of northwestern Malaysia. It has a population of some 64,792, the only other inhabited island nearby Pulau Tuba. Langkawi is also an administrative district with the town of Kuah as the largest town. Surrounded by clear waters and filled with jungles and paddy fields, the island is a popular choice among tourists who are looking for some windblown beach getaway.

Cycling Nature Ride, Langkawi

The morning sky was surrounding us in a distant haze. The sun and morning haze had started to churn and mix together. There were no words to completely describe what this weather was like for us. The cloudy weather, unceasing drizzles made us catch our breaths.

Eco Fun Ride D’Langkawi

Planning an island vacation especially during the monsoon season has always taken us into considerations such as the additional items to be arranged as well as the unforeseen circumstances. This time around, cycling tour to the Jewel of Kedah, Pulau Langkawi, an archipelago of 99 islands in the Andaman Sea off the mainland coast of northwestern Malaysia needed us to be well prepared due to the rainy period in the mid November.

Tuba Bike Ride

Besides Pulau Dayang Bunting, the only other inhabited island situated 5km south of Langkawi Island is Pulau Tuba. This hilly island covers around 20 sqkm of fertile lands and unsullied beaches. Populated by 3,000 of friendly folks living in small traditional fishing villages, Pulau Tuba is also a natural habitat to wild creatures, and a quaint destination for travellers who want to be free from the urban spell.

Kuala Lumpur by Cycle

The nation’s capital, Kuala Lumpur (KL), is a metropolis of busy streets day and night. And as the most populous city in the country, it is a melting pot of diversity and ethnicity that mixes in years of rich cultural heritage.

Jom Jelajah Kampung

Located about 80km northwest of Kuala Lumpur, Kampung Sungai Sireh is an agricultural village. It has a population of about 7,500, where seventy percent of the population perform padi-planting, 5% does fishery and the remaining 25 per cent involved in other agricultural activities.

Day Ride at Paya Indah Wetlands

Paya Indah Wetlands is Malaysia's premier eco-tourism park covering approximately 3,100 hectares in Kuala Langat District near Putrajaya and Dengkil, about 50 km from Kuala Lumpur. As the haven to 229 species of birds, 63 species of mammals, 20 species of reptiles, 10 species of amphibians and 14 species of fish, this sanctuary is ideal for family, school and corporate outings.

D’Nature Putrajaya

Putrajaya may be an administrative capital, but it is also referred to as the City in a Garden, a fitting venue for a cycling adventure.

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