Kulim, Malaysia · 3 hotels available
Kem Rekreaksi Sungai Sedim is a landmark of a recreational forest and camp site with a setting that is perfect for adventure seekers and nature lovers living nearby the town of Kulim, state of Kedah, Malaysia. Named after the river of Sedim which is a tributary of Muda River, the area has been well-developed for the purpose of being an extreme sports recreational center that incorporates nature.
Upon entering, one may notice the camping sites as well as whitewater rafting and tubing facilities which are the typical activities here. Besides that, nearby is the Tree Top Walk Sungai Sedim which is the world’s longest canopy walk, having a length of 925 meters and at its highest point could reach up to 26 meters of height. Easily a landmark of its own, the Tree Top Walk Sungai Sedim allows the courageous ones to be able to glance upon the wonderfully untouched rainforests from a high altitude, giving a bird’s eye view of the greenery.
Despite all these facilities, Kem Rekreaksi Sungai Sedim is situated forty five minutes away from the town center, far away from the civilization and things that are common to cities and town alike. As such, it is less busier on normal days, yet much merrier during weekends and holidays, when families and groups of friends would come over to do activities for team bonding. Due to its proximity to the industrial area, there are times when it even received visits from companies that wanted to do their corporate team building activities here.
There are flights to Penang Island International Airport from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) which are provided by both Malaysia Airlines and Air Asia. Upon touchdown, from the airport, guests can go to the landmark using bus or taxi.
People driving from Kuala Lumpur may drive via North-South Highway/E1 for immediate access to Kem Rekreaksi Sungai Sedim. The journey could take up to four hours and ten minutes depending on the current traffic situation.
The nearest express bus terminal is the Kulim Bus Terminal which is located at Jalan Belibis. Take the trip directly to Kulim from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) terminal using express bus services such as Kejora Express, Mayang Sari and Transnasional Express. From here, hop on a local route bus, taxi or ride-sharing services to reach the landmark.
Located about twenty minutes away from the town of Kulim, St Anne’s Church is a famous Roman Catholic church in the area, being one of the parishes in the Diocese of Penang. Founded in 1846, the church has undergone a long history since its early days and has since undergone major restoration works and expansion to become one of the biggest churches in the country. In its current size, it would have Cherok Tokun Relics in its compound, which is a valuable ancient megalith of Penang. In present, it is known for organizing the famous St Anne celebration which would go on for ten days and usually attracts hundreds of thousands of pilgrims from the region.
Located at 6, Jalan MBI Desaku 1/1, Taman MBI Desaku, Padang Serai, Karangan, Kulim, Kedah, this homestay has a colorful setup and bright arrangements to provide a pleasant staying experience suited for small families and groups of friends. Facilities and services include cable television, desk, hairdryer, in-room safe, shower, kitchenette, microwave, refrigerator, coffee shop, barbecue spot, parking and many more.
Santai Sedim Resort definitely lives up to its name as a resort with such relaxed setup and atmosphere located at 101, Kampung Ulu Riau, Sedim, Karangan, Kulim which is about two kilometers away from the landmark. Facilities include cable television, desk, shower, family room, smoking area, tours, parking and free WiFi.