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WE PROVIDE DAY TRIP CYCLING PACKAGE TO FRASER'S HILL, Approximately 90 km Ride from Bottom of the Hill.
Package Inclusive of
High-End Bikes ‐ Mountain Bike or Road Bike
Bike Helmet, Cycling Meter, Tools and Spare Tubes
Pickup and Delivery to Hotel.
Free WIFI in car and Mineral Water.
First aid kits are available in the car.
Minimum of 3 Riders Required
7.00 am Pickup at Hotel (Within Klang Valley)
8.30 Arrived at Kuala Kubu Baru (KKB)
11.00 Arrived at Fraser Hill
11.00 am – 12.00 pm Free and Leisure at Fraser Hill
12.00 pm Ride back to Kuala Kubu (KKB)
2.30 pm Arrived Kuala Kubu Baru (KKB)
4.00 pm Arrived at Hotel
PACKAGE A - ROAD BIKE - FEES RM 500 per rider ( Min of 3 Riders )
Cinelli Experience bicycle Equip with Shimano 105
Cinelli Experience bicycle Equip with Shimano Tiagra
Merida Reactor 400 bicycle Equip with Shimano 105
Merida Ride 100 bicycle Equip with Shimano Sora
PACKAGE B - MOUNTAIN BIKE - FEES RM 450 per rider ( Min of 3 Riders )
TREK X Caliber 7 29" bicycle Equip with Shimano 9 Speed
TREK Marlin 7 29" bicycle Equip with Shimano 9 Speed
TREK X Caliber 7 WSD 29" bicycle Equip with Shimano 9 Speed
TREK SKY SL 27.5" Bicycle Equip with Shimano 8 Speed
Merida Big Nine 29" Equip with SRAM X9 10 Speed
TRS Equip 27.5" with SRAM x9 10 Speed
Contact us at +6017 873 0100 or +603 6731 1293
The one-way section (which actually has a few short ups and false flats) ends at The Gap, a tiny settlement consisting of a guardhouse, a refreshments shack and an odd assortment of other dwellings. This is where the choice of down to KKB or Raub is made. Both options are similar, about 28km in length and on well-surfaced roads, and cut through what seems at times to be a tunnel of vegetation.
This helps keep the sun away, not that you’ll feel the heat at Fraser’s. Most mornings are greeted with some mist or clouds, which is understandable when you consider the altitude. Packing a lightweight windbreaker or even a jacket is advisable to ward off the chill.
The views are truly spectacular, especially on the initial 11km of the descent, which features a road narrower and slightly more twisty than the longer section that follows. But it’s a one-way road to compensate, so there’s no danger of a vehicle coming the other way. Exiting some of the corners deliver you into a dark canopied tube of trees, while others open out to glorious landscapes of seemingly endless forest-covered valleys, soaring skyward and diving deep into the earth. A concrete bridge spans one chasm; stop here, take in the world or look over the edge for an added jolt of adrenalin.
History and mystery of Fraser Hills
Fraser’s Hill, or Bukit Fraser, sits majestically among the clouds at 1,200m and was “discovered” in the 1890s by a Scottish prospector, James Fraser, searching for minerals. Years later, Fraser went missing from the tin ore mine he established on the hill, and it wasn’t until a search party was dispatched in 1917 that the British colonial authorities saw the full potential of the area. Fraser was never found but they realized they’d come across the perfect location to escape from the tropical heat of lowland Malaya. Little did the Brits know when they painstakingly cut the road through the jungle and forest to the hilltop that they’d created an outer that would one day be regarded as a pilgrimage for cyclists.
Kuala Kubu > Head southeast on Jalan Bukit Kerajaan (100 m) > Route 55 (31.3 km) >
Jalan Gap-Bukit Fraser/Route 56 (7.7 km) > Jalan Gap-Bukit Fraser
(500 m) Fraser Hill Clock Tower > Jalan Lady Maxwell/Route 422 (600 m) >
Jalan Lady Maxwell (11 m) Distance Approx.42km