Tree Top Walk

The 950m-long Tree Top Walk in the Sedim River Recreation Park is the longest canopy walk in the world. The Tree Top Walk Sedim River was built within the low land of dipterocarp compartment 15 of Gunung Inas Forest Reserve.

The spectacular view you get when you stroll through the jungle canopy is the main draw for visitors from far and wide to this quiet, all-natural corner of Kedah.

Strolling high above the ground of this primeval rainforest affords visitors an unexpected and exciting perspective.

Call it a ‘monkey’s eye view’. Visitors will enjoy the fabulous sight of rushing streams and truly fascinating flora and fauna – all from 50m up!

Key Tips
Wear good walking shoes and bring lots of water and perhaps a light snack because the walk to the Tree Top Walk takes you along a short jungle trail. And once on the walkway, there are no opportunities to buy refreshments. Its open everyday from 8.30 am – 5.30 pm except during extreme weather (lightning or very windy conditions) with the reasonable entrance fee.

How to get there
By Road
From Kuala Lumpur, take the North South Highway (PLUS) and take the exit at Seberang Jaya, into the Butterworth – Kulim Expressway (BKE) and heading to Kulim Hi-Tech Park then proceed to Karangan town.

Accommodation Overview
Visitors may can choose to stay at Bintang Sedim Villa which is of dormitory type with attached bathroom. The dormitory can accomodate up to 120 visitors at any one time. Other nearest accommodation is in the town of Kulim, 30km away. This is a basic to 2-star hotel.

Source:http://www.tourismmalaysia.gov.my/

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