Questions and Tips

Opening hours and best time to visit Gunung Angsi?

How to get to Gunung Angsi?

Desmond Lua
  • 5 years ago

People usually take Ulu Bendul (3 hours) route up, and return down via the Bukit Putus (shorter) trail and walk back along the road to the car park (if you have 2 cars, you can park one of the car here).

Things to do in Gunung Angsi?

Desmond Lua
  • 5 years ago

Plenty of people camping and picnic at Ulu Bendul Recreational Park, there is a river stream to dip in.

Information & Tips about Gunung Angsi?

Desmond Lua
  • 5 years ago

Enter at Ulu Bendul Recreational Park (the road frim Seremban towards Kuala Pilah), register at park ranger's office (RM 5)

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luaz.blogspot.com
  • 5 years ago

The Blue Dragon is Looking@Me: Gunung Angsi

It's a nice hiking trail near Seremban. Though it's view is not superb, but it's a moderate trek for training (3 hours to go up).

KC & the Sunshine Runners: Gunung Angsi Trekking

Gunung Angsi is my favourite mountain to trek previously as it is not too difficult; this time, for trail running.
backpackers.my
  • 6 years ago

Gunung Angsi | Backpackers.My

Gunung Angsi ni antara gunung favorite dikalangan pendaki-pendaki tempatan. Selalu juga ia dijadikan lokasi untuk latihan ke gunung-gunung lain yang lebih mencabar. Power! Power!
graceabundant.com
  • 8 years ago

Grace Abundant » Gunung Angsi (Bukit Putus & Ulu Bendul)

Most of what I have read about Gunung Angsi seems to imply that the climb isn’t that interesting, and that Gunung Angsi lacks views. While there is some truth to this, Angsi is still a place I wanted to visit at least once. There are (apparently) 4 trails which lead up to the summit – via Bukit Putus, Ulu Bendul, a third trail I don’t know much about, and an apparently disused 4th trail. To see as much of Angsi as I could in half a day, we decided to take the Ulu Bendul route up, and return down via the Bukit Putus trail, and walk back along the road to our cars.

Gunung Angsi

Gunung Angsi (824m) is one of the easier mountains to climb in Malaysia but it should not be underestimated - it still requires a reasonable level of fitness.