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Mount Jogong Lookout Point, Sarawak

Location : Kampung Ayun, Padawan, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.

Trekking to the original Kampung Jogong at Mt Jogong after splitting off from Kiding, this village shifted 3 times. First to Taba then Sait and current place called Ayun. This trail offers the best scenery of Padawan. The second time we do this trail with a bit of variation which makes it even more interesting passing through farms and scenic views of the crescent shape Bungoh Range. Thanks to Roy and his gang for clearing up the bushes and constructing the bamboo bench for our comfort and the lookout point.

Overnight trip is highly recommended to savour its beautiful sunset and wake up to see the milky clouds flowing across the mountains and valleys. Our ever kind host Mr. Nanak (headman of the village) did a super good job putting us up in his house and great cooking by his daughter in law. The kelapi seeds were unforgettable!

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  1. 1810 days ago
    siti aisyah

    I love this website. Very good for all. I love the video which viewing from top of Bung Jogong..if i’m not mistaken.

    Nice website..

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    • 1807 days ago
      Admin

      TQ Siti. We try to do the best we can.

      Reply
  2. 996 days ago
    haz

    Hi, I`m from Sabah (a student from UNIMAS). I have several questions. How much is the entrance fee? (if there is one), is it open to public or do we need to contact someone from inside for access? how about the location of village? how far is it from UNIMAS? Thank you

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    • 995 days ago
      Admin

      Hi Haz, we do occassionally help organise trips for both locals and foreign tourists. Do let us know the number of pax in your group and we’ll tailor a package to suit you and your friends. Thank You.

      Reply
  3. 77 days ago
    Mohd Jawahir

    Hello. im interested to explore this hiking place..the view look superb.. For ur information, i from pahang and working at betong. How can i manage to explore this mount. Can give explaination and advice

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