Choosing the right location is one of the basic criteria to ensure your program success. It is all depends on what is your team wants. Most of our teambuilding activities are tailored based on the exclusivity of the location. In-order to meet your needs, we offer four categories of location;
- Rainforest Eco Adventure
- Island & Beach
Rainforest Eco Adventure
You want a new team - new mindset, belief system and culture. Therefore, it is ideal to start your new beginning in a new environment with different experience. The combination of adventurous, experimental and fun is the key to achieve the highest impact of the Team Building program.
We believe in the mixture of Rainforest Eco Adventure structured with Team Building activities can effectively help your paradigm shifting and molding of your new desired team.
Taman Negara, Pahang
Taman Negara is one of the most popular spots for Rainforest Eco Adventure teambuilding. It is the perfect place for who love wild life viewing, jungle trekking, hiking, rock climbing, fishing, camping and many more. It is well established as one of the most popular ecotourism in Malaysia.
It covers 4,343 km2 of three states of Malaysia and located in the middle of Peninsular Malaysia and about 250km from Kuala Lumpur. See, hear, feel and do what you have no opportunity to do in your ordinary life. The combination of adventurous, experimental and fun is the key to achieve the highest impact of the teambuilding program.
Discover the tranquil waters of Lake Kenyir and the natural wonder of an unspoilt tropical rainforest. Spanning over 209,199 hectares, Tasik Kenyir is the largest man-made lake in South East Asia. With more than 340 islands, 14 waterfalls, numerous rapid and rivers also home to numerous species of species of freshwater and exotic wild life. It is one of the perfect places for an adventure holiday and teambuilding activities.
Our teambuilding activates are customized according to the popular activates in Tasik Kenyir such camping, jungle trekking, kayaking, canoeing, rafting, rapid shooting and swimming.
Towards the northern parts of Lake Temenggor, in northern Peninsula Malaysia (Perak state), lies a vast area of virgin jungle known as the Belum Forest Reserve. The area is one of the largest untouched forest reserves in Peninsula Malaysia. The presence of large mammal species such as elephants, rhinoceroses, tapirs and tigers makes Belum very special.
Mulu National Park
UNESCO has recognised this isolated park as a World Heritage Site for many reasons and it was the extensive underground cave systems and vast tropical rainforests that appealed most to us. It all seemed so adventurous to go to such an isolated place just like explorers did centuries ago.
Island & Beach
Island and beach in Malaysia is idyllic spot for teambuilding and leisure activities under the sun. Swim in its emerald waters, enjoy a stroll by the beach or be lulled to sleep by the sound of the waves.
Enjoy your barbeque dinner with your team at the sea side after the whole day teambuilding activities. This is a perfect learning environment towards shaping of your extra ordinary team.
Pangkor, with its charming mix of fishing settlements and resorts, is a fascinating and convenient holiday destination. It presents the visitor with a rare chance to live near fishermen and observe their lifestyle and also to simply enjoy the fine beaches and resort amenities. Pangkor's two popular beach areas of Pasir Bogak and Teluk Nipah offer sun and sea enthusiasts activities like scuba-diving, snorkelling, wind-surfing and fishing.
Off the coast of Kedah is a cluster of 99 islands with the best of many worlds; beautiful beaches, world-class infrastructure, mangroves rich in flora and fauna, ultra-cheap duty-free shopping and fascinating legends. Langkawi has a lingering legend woven into its history. Ask anyone in Langkawi about the tragic legend of a beautiful young lady named Mahsuri, and you'll hear a tale of love, jealousy and a curse that was placed upon the island by the for seven generations.
Pulau Perhentian, meaning 'stopover island', is not to be missed. Situated 21km off the coast of Terengganu, it consists of the islands of Pulau Perhentian Besar and Pulau Perhentian Kecil. Covered by unspoilt jungle, windswept palms, powdery white beaches and surrounded by sapphire blue waters, Pulau Perhentian is a sanctuary for fishermen, migratory birds and of course, discerning holiday-makers.
Pulau Redang, located 45km off the coast of Kuala Terengganu, is the largest of a group of nine protected islands dotting the South China Sea off the Terengganu coast. The island offers crystal clear waters and numerous dive sites for enthusiasts. Sheltered within the Pulau Redang Marine Park, the waters here are rich in marine life. At midday when sun rays penetrate the sea, brilliant hues of coral, anemones and fish can be seen.
The natural beauty of the island is its biggest attraction. Lush tropical jungle covers about 12,000 hectares of the island and countless mountain streams and waterfalls sustain the many protected species of mammals and birds. The waters around the island are filled with corals of all shapes and colours and home to a vast diversity of sea creatures, including two species of marine turtle. There are a few excellent beaches on Tioman, and these curves of golden sand are usually tucked away at the edges of villages or fronting one of the many resorts.
Pulau Sibu is a pleasant hideaway with its lush tropical vegetation, endless stretches of golden beaches and clear blue waters. The island is also dotted with numerous sea caves carved out of rocks. The constant pounding of the sea during the monsoon season has given the island a beautiful yet rugged appearance.
The surrounding waters contain fascinating coral reefs teeming with colourful marine life
The old Cherating Village has a blend of the modern and traditional. A stretch of road about 1km long runs parallel to the beach, dotted with charming and comfortable chalets, many of which face the beach front.
Cherating has the perfect combination of great surf, a wide stretch of white-sandy beach, a wealth of accommodation, dining choices and a classic surfers' nightlife scene.
Port Dickson is more famous for its attractive beaches, ample amenities and good infrastructure. There are also various types of accommodation for those wishing to holiday here. The beaches of Port Dickson (PD) are famous weekend retreat for city dwellers.
The Main Range of Peninsular Malaysia is high in altitude hence the cool temperature makes it a popular highlands resort for local and overseas tourists.
The fun never stops at Genting, City of Entertainment, perched on the top of cool, breezy Genting Highlands. One big attraction in Genting is the cool weather. Because of the 2,000m altitude, Malaysians like to visit just to enjoy the 'European' weather!
In the evening, there is spectacular entertainment at the Genting International Showroom or Pavilion, be it a thrilling magic show or an ice-skating extravaganza.
There are many things to see and do in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia's largest highland resort. Walks through lovely little villages, visits to the butterfly, strawberry, honey bee farms and sprawling tea plantations or meals at the delightful Tudor-styled country inns, are all pleasurable and relaxing activities to be experienced here.
You can't beat the weather up here. A few days out of the sweltering lowland heat will surely recharge your batteries. One other popular activity in Cameron Highlands, actually more of a tradition, is to have tea and scones.
Sitting pretty amidst the Pahang rainforest is the little hamlet of Fraser's Hill. At 1,524 metres above sea level, this highlands resort is a naturalist's paradise that boasts innumerable plant, bird and animal species.
This place is popular for those who are interested in nature-based pursuits such as trekking, bird watching, horse riding, fishing and camping.
Abundance of lush tropical rainforests, situated 800 m to 1,000 m above sea level, this spot is an ideal destination for the entire organization as the facilities here cater to people of all ages.
This refreshing and cool resort offers the Colmar Tropicale, a French-themed resort with activities such as outdoor dining and street performances. Equally impressive is the Japanese Village with attractions such as the tea house, the botanical gardens and spa. For golf enthusiasts, the Berjaya Hills Golf and Country Club offers an 18-hole picturesque golf course.
Capital City of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur and its surrounding boast many towering skylines such as Petronas Twin Towers and Kuala Lumpur Tower. Blended in is the historical Sultan Abdul Samad building, built during the colonial time as well as Chinatown, the bargain corner bazaar of Malaysia.
Penang, often referred to as the Pearl of the Orient, is one of the most picturesque and romantic cities in all of Asia. This tropical island lies in the Indian Ocean, just off the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia.
Georgetown, a city steeped in history and tradition yet sparkling with progress and modern development. Certain sections of Penang present a quaint picture from the past where narrow side streets, trishaws, temples and traders plying their goods, seem to belong to a forgotten era. Penang is a shopper's paradise for goods old and new, at bargain prices.
Declared a city only in 1994, Johor Bahru is a rapidly growing city. Latest census figures indicates that it is fast becoming Malaysia's second largest city, with a population of over one million. Given its relatively large land space, the town is not as dense as other cities around Malaysia.
The main city centre is located on the southern part of the city which has a link to Singapore via the causeway.