1.Hiking Fraser’s Hill
There are 8 nature, exciting trails available for trekking lovers around Fraser’s Hill. Each of the trail’s name came from a pioneer naturalist. The remarkable trails will take tourist through the forest where visitors could enjoy its beauty, and watch the variety of birds species here as well as wild animals living here. The favorite trails at Fraser Hill include: Maxwell Trail,Abu Suradi Trail, Kindersley Trail,Rompin Trail, Bishops Trail, Mager Trail, Hemmant Trail, and the Pine Tree Trail. If the weather is wet, your tour guide would not allow you to hike the bush trails, which is more risky. During raining season, hiker’s vision might be restricted by the mist and low light while it is raining,but this normally will not stop hikers from enjoying themselves and capturing the day on digital cameras. Guide will always make sure the safety of hikers.It is quite frequent that certain individual might decide to venture down a bush track alone without informing anyone. Luckily the guide will always able to track and save the lost hicker.
2.Birdwatching & Bird Interpretive Centre
One of Fraser’s Hill’s most favorite visitor activities is bird watching. There are more than 250 species of birds been reported here, including the popularly know colourful pheasants,magnificent hornbills, rare doves, sleek eagles and endemic species. At the time of certain times of the year, migratory birds from Japan,Russia, or China visit Fraser’s Hill to find pasture and escape from freezing winters. They sojourn for a few months, and then fly south towards New Zealand and Australia for warmer areas, before going back to their originaire lands at later time. A similar migratory journey involving birds lovers traveling from from Thailand, as well as Singapore to attend the yearly gathering with birds.Thousands and thousands of bird watching guests also come from Europe,Australia, UK, as well as from Southeast Asia countries.
Well-known bird watching areas include secluded roads, such as those running around Jalan Girdle, towards Jeriau and High Pines,along the Gap, and also jungle walks like Bishop trails and Hemmant trails.Numerous birdwatchers also visiting Fraser Hill, purposely to participate in Fraser’s Hill International Bird Competition. The bird race is a tradition held annually since 1988, together-organised by Tourism Pahang, Malaysia Nature Society and Fraser’s Hill Development Corporation. Teams from around the world contend with locals to sight, recognize and document as many bird species as they can.
3.Enjoy the Waterfall
Jeriau waterfall is a well-liked attraction which located at about 4km from Bukit Fraser’s town center, connected by Jalan Semantan via a steep, narrow road that descends dramatically after Smokehouse Hotel. A little river that feeds right into a multi-tiered waterfall, as a result of many years of soil erosion and tourist development have marred natural landscape, now an unpleasant mess of drains, structures and walls along areas of the stream.The trail to Jeriau Waterfall is really a spacious and well-paved footpath, following a river’s edge with garden shelters, benches as well as small play grounds for kids. Following a five to eight minute walk, the road breaks into a number of stairs with guard railings towards the primary falls. At this time, the stream becomes inaccessible because it abruptly cascades lower several smooth rockfaces, developing a couple of tiers of small pools. Due to the dense foliage and steep terrain. At the bottom, the main falls may come off as a frustration in exchange for the rainforest trek, having lost its former wonder to development and pollution.