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Hike from Teluk Bahang to Teluk Kampi

by TKM

...there were 9 of us on that fine Sunday morning...

In total, there were 9 of us on that fine Sunday morning. Once again, I was late for 15 minutes. Ah Huat was late too and was behind me. We were lucky that Ang didn't use an alternative trail, i.e. the trail via Sungai Tukun, which I haven't try.

The first part of the hike, from Teluk Bahang to Pantai Keracut was relatively easy. The second part was tough. I admit that I didn�t do much regular exercise. The journey began with an approximate 40 minutes hike up a steep slope to reach a junction with a signboard nailed on a tree. The left turn will take us to Pantai Acheh for another 3 to 4 hours hike. We took the right turn which was quite leveled. We passed by a place which I would like to name it as �Lesser Batu Gantong�. (The scene was quite similar to the one in Bukit Gantong, Penang.)

The journey continued with most of time descending towards Teluk Kampi. We had our lunch and rest along a small stream in the jungle located not far from the beach. After having our lunch, we proceeded to the longest beach in Penang National Park - Teluk Kampi.

On our return journey, we backtracked and had a close look at the sting less bees on a giant tree. On reaching the peak, we took another route to Pantai Keracut. The trail down was quite steep. There were a lot of anglers and campers at this popular beach.

The trip ended with smiling faces on each of the participants. Many thanks to Forest Ang for organizing this enjoyable trip for us.

P/S: Refer Trail 11, 12, 13 & 14 of �Selected Nature Trails Of Penang Island�


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