Situated on elevated terrain in the Titiwangsa mountain range and surrounded by luscious rainforests, Pos Kuala Mu in Sungai Siput, Perak is a fascinating ecotourism destination.
It takes approximately 4 hours from KL to get here and the last 70KM ride is exciting with a lot of corners and the roads condition are fully tarmac (A little broken here and there but no problems).
If you’re a nature lover, you would love this place and appreciate the beauty of Pos Kuala Mu which is well preserved by the Orang Asli. (indigenous people)
The chalets in Pos Kuala Mu may be missing luxury features and facilities but they are unique and were built entirely out of forest resources such as bamboo and
Each chalet comes with a lamp, mattresses, duvets and mosquito nets but there no wall plaque for charging electrical equipment(s). However, visitors can use the facility in the hall located next to the office of the counter. Bathroom and toilet facilities are located across the street, not far from the Chalet.
If you prefer to cook, you can do it just outside of the Chalet and water pipes are provided.
In addition to staying in the lodges provided, visitors can also choose to sleep in tents or hammocks that are tied to tree trunks.
As for the pricing, it is quite affordable and they are listed below:
Contact and Location Details
Chalet Kampung Bersah
Contact: +6 019 411 7281 (Mr Saidin)
Location: Google Map
GPS Coordinates: 4.847101, 101.326469
Check out the quick video of Pos Kuala Mu below.
Pos Kuala Mu is suitable for all sorts of people, especially for those looking for a quiet place and close to nature. You can also do own activities to keep your self busy and if you’re in a big group, try to organize a team building event.
Please note there is just one small grocery store at this place and no restaurant. You will need to bring your own foods and beverages before coming here. Yes, you can do barbeque here!
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