Sekeping Serendah is a private retreat attempting to tread lightly on the land. The very transparent and open sheds celebrate the beauty of the natural environment surrounding them. The sheds are intentionally kept basic and free from lavishness. They are seen more as ‘glorified tents’ to provide basic shelter for its inhabitants as they commune with the land.
Sekeping Serendah is located near a sleepy one street town of Serendah, about an hour drive north of Kuala Lumpur. Drive time from Serendah town to the retreat is about 5 minutes, meandering past 2 Orang Asli villages.
Sekeping Serendah consists of 10 sheds set within 5 acres of tropical rainforest. The sheds float gently over the forest floor beside a bubbling brook.
Forest living environment.
Bedrooms (queen-sized beds with mosquito nets).
Outdoor shower* and swimming pool.
Cooking stove, kettle and oven toaster.
BBQ equipments and cutletries.
Fridge and kitchen sink.
Outdoor coffee table.
Share dinner with stars and sounds from the forest.
Self-catering or caretaker's meal.
Find the location of the sheds using this map (pdf).
Cascading waterfalls & plunge pools (30min walk; 10min drive).
Orang Asli villages (5min walk).
Jungle treks (nearby).
Fishing lakes (5min drive).
Serendah Golf course (10min drive).
Kuala Kubu Bahru and Selangor Dam (30min drive).
Genting Highland (45min drive to Skyway Station).
Fraser Hill (1 1/2 hour drive)
From Kuala Lumpur, take the North-South Highway (NKVE) north and exit Rawang. After the Rawang toll gate, turn right and head north via old trunk road. Pass busy Rawang town and head toward Serendah (10km). Turn right at 1st set of traffic lights after Serendah Police station. From there, refer to this local map to find your way to the retreat.
Taxi pickup service from Bangsar (Kuala Lumpur) to Sekeping Serendah and back is estimated to be around RM80.00 per car per way for 1-4 persons.
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