Visitors barred from FRIM’s popular trail


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  • Monday, 27 Jun 2016

1 Wan Mohd Nafizul in front of the Rover Trail which is now under lock and key.

LAST October, the Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) made the difficult decision to close access to the popular 5km-long Rover Track which leads to the Canopy Walkway for safety reasons.

However, many frequent trekkers, joggers and cyclists to the area continued to ignore the “no entry sign” and also vandalised the sensors and closed-circuit television cameras installed to prevent trespassing.

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