Endau Rompin, I have wonderful memories of the time we had there. I miss that place. The whole vacation was just absolutely beautiful….Beautiful weather, the sound of the gurgling river right beside our camping ground, the singing of the gibbon early in the morning, the funny “three tone” toad as I call it coz of it’s song…the singing of the insects…the cool weather...all created such a Magical place.
|Our tents all set up|
There are several trails there, each taking you to a different waterfall. Do ask your guide which would be more suitable for your children's age. Also, it is wise to trust your guide more than the information given at the office in Bekok. Your guide will know more! We trusted the office at Bekok and ended up on a very long, tiring and strenuous trek for children. So tiring that our youngest trekker Du (aged 4) fell asleep and his dad had to carry him out, and we arrived back at campsite almost dark! Thank goodness we had sufficient food and water, plus change of clothes. It is always better to have extra food/water on a long trail then too little. The waterfalls there are worth the trek! but just remember that waterfalls can be dangerous and take extra caution with your children.
|A nest of millipedes which we saw while trekking|
|Our guide cooling down in the middle of the falls (Takah Berangin). Some of us topped up water at this fall too.|
|Refusing to sleep they played late into the night under the clear moonlit sky... So lovely to hear the giggling and laughter of children playing their hearts out..|
|We went during Cap Goh Mei and had a FULL moon to brighten the nights|
|We set this up to attract insects. Later kids used it as platform for shadow skits :)|
|children feeding fish before jumping in to swim|