Children’s Camping Adventure

A group of young adventurers were brought on a camping adventure in the outdoors to teach them independence and what it was like without the modern conveniences of the home and being away from their parents for a weekend.

The adventure began at the home of their trainers in Taman Tun Dr. Ismail. After a short briefing of what they could expect and a check on what they needed to bring, the three boys, two girls and their trainers were transported to the Jelebu district in Negeri Sembilan. The venue was a spot in the vicinity of the Lata Kijang Waterfall, the tallest single drop fall in the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia.

On arrival at the camp ground, the vehicles were unloaded and the children were invited to get used to their surroundings. Next, they were taught how to pitch a tent. This turned out to be a fun competition between the boys and the girls.

When they had got all their things into the respective tents, it was time for lunch. The children were invited to help out under the watchful eyes of the adventure crew.

After lunch, it was time for a motivational training before the children went for a swim in the cool mountain stream. The swim also included lessons.

As it was already getting late, the next activity was gathering firewood and learning to make a campfire. This was of course, under the strict supervision of the adventure crew.


Dinner was a BBQ, which was extra special because an Orang Asli family were invited to join the group. Everyone sat around the campfire sharing stories and learning how the Orang Asli survived in the jungles.

The next event was a river crossing and a visit to the Orang Asli home followed by a trip to the falls where everyone had a great time in the water.

After a picnic, it was time to say goodbye.

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