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    • 26 May 2018
    • 29 May 2018
    • Strawberry Park Resort
    • 16
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    Due to popular demand we will be returning to the cool tranquil surroundings of the Cameron Highlands with HOG on Saturday 26th May through to Tuesday 29th May 2018 – 3 nights, one more than last year! 

     From your first lungful of fragrant highland air, sweat and stress evaporate. In Malaysia's largest hill-station area, the breeze is freshened by eucalyptus, fuzzy tea plantations roll into the distance, and strawberry farms snooze under huge awnings.

    Named after explorer Sir William Cameron, who mapped the area in 1885, the highlands were developed during the British colonial period. Gardens, bungalows and even a golf course sprang up during the 1930s, making the Cameron Highlands a refuge from the heat and a chance to relax.

    Temperatures in these 1300m to 1829m heights in April/May average a high of 23°C, and a low of 16°C – so a long sleeved sweater might be a requirement in the evenings. This fresh climate will inspire you to pick strawberries and enjoy afternoon tea.


    Push off will be early Saturday morning from GP  from where we will ride towards Ipoh and turn right to head up into the plateau to our hotel, the Strawberry Park Resort, close to location of “Moonlight” bungalow; the scene of the mysterious disappearance of Jim Thompson in 1967. There will be welcome drinks upon arrival, and wet towels to “de-grime”.

    For the two days at Strawberry Park Resort we will have the opportunity to go on ad-hoc rides to explore the area; a trip to the Blue valley, a round trip to explore Fraser’s Hill area? These options can be discussed and decided when we get there.

    For those who did not make it last year, Strawberry Park Resort is a boutique hotel tucked away in the countryside of Tanah Rata, hidden among the hills and rainforest about 3km away from town. The hotel offers luxury accommodation furnished in contemporary style and we have made reservations for the studio rooms. All rooms feature an exceptionally spacious environment with satellite television, wifi Internet access, plush beds, attached bathroom and private balcony. Facilities at the resort include restaurants, meeting rooms, sports courts, boutique spa, sauna and indoor swimming pool. The hotel also offers a number of local tours that can be organized from countryside tours, forest walks. 4x4 trails etc. Details of the hotel facilities and tours can be found at http://www.strawberryparkresorts.com/.

    The studio rooms are available with either a king size bed or a twin room with 2 single beds. 

    Included in the package will be 3 nights’ accommodation with breakfast, and a BBQ buffet dinner held on the verandah on Sunday evening at 7:00 pm, complimentary for HOG members, non-members S$30 per person. All other meals (except Breakfast, which is included) will be at your own expense.


    • 16 Jun 2018

    • 14 Jul 2018
    • 15 Jul 2018

    • 09 Aug 2018
    • 11 Aug 2018
    • Tanjong Jara Resort

    After the large turnout for our last Luxury Edition MDR to Pangkor Laut, we are doing it again but this time to Tanjong Jara (http://www.tanjongjararesort.com/index.html) over the National Day Public Holiday.

    Facing a crescent-shaped beach of golden sand, shaded by tall palms rustling in the breeze with views of the turquoise sea, Tanjong Jara Resort is attended to by a people steeped in traditions as timeless as Terengganu itself. 

    Located on the pristine East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia, explore a sanctuary of traditional luxury and well-being steeped in age-old Malay traditions. 

    Designed to reflect the elegance of 17th century Malay palaces, this tranquil resort offers a genuine taste of the region's spirit and its rich natural heritage. Based on the Malay concept of Sucimurni, which emphasises purity of spirit, health and well-being, this secluded hideaway encourages true rejuvenation of both body and spirit. 

    Authentic in architecture and attitude, always warm and welcoming, here is an environment to let go, relax deeply and take time to rediscover yourself, your family or your friends; surrounded by the resort’s staff drawn from the local villages, who truly embody the gentle Malay art of service and hospitality. 

    Discover a wide variety of possible experiences - lazy and languid, energetic and outdoors, indulgent and regenerative, cultural and enlightening - choose whether to fold them into a single visit, or craft each visit differently to meet your needs.

    We have two different room types to choose from:

    Serambi Sea View Rooms: Located on the ground floor as well as on the first floor, Serambi Sea View Rooms enjoy panoramic views of the South China Sea and the verdant tropical gardens from a personal verandah. 
    Average room size: 55 square metres 

    Anjung Room: These semi-detached single-storey rooms are spacious havens, facing the beachfront. Every room features a symmetrical outdoor bath which sits in its own private courtyard as well as an indoor bathroom. The doors and windows open out to a canopied verandah overlooking the beautifully landscaped tropical gardens and sea. 
    Average room size: 88 square metres 

    Irrespective of room choice, package includes:

    Accommodation of choice for two (2) nights’ stay

    Full Board i.e all meals while staying at the resort

    YES Huddle 4G Mobile Hotspot for wireless internet access

    Access to the various facilities which can be viewed through their website

    Further details of activities at the resort as well as push off timing, route etc will be updated closer to the date. We will return to Singapore on a Saturday evening so you still have the Sunday to recover from the long ride.

    Due to contract requirements with the hotel, registrations will close on 15th April 2018. We have limited rooms allocated for us so it will close earlier if the rooms are sold out.

    Please note that this will be a long day of riding. Fuel stops will be about 150kms apart and your bike has to be able to do that minimum distance on a tank of fuel.

    If you have any questions, please contact Adam (director@singaporehog.com).

    • 15 Sep 2018

Where is GP?

GP stands for Gelang Patah, and it is the first city after crossing the border at TUAS Second Link.

We normally meet at the first Petron Station, located approximately 2km from the border. The map on the right shows the exact location. Click here to see how the place looks like.

Please note that there is also a Petronas station, right after the Petron one. Stop at the first one.


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