‘Bukit Tabur guides operating illegally’

Stranded hikers are usually brought down the steep ridges of Bukit Tabur by the Hulu Langat Fire and Rescue Department operations team.

“STAY out of Bukit Tabur or we will fine you for trespassing.”

This is the warning by the Selangor Forestry Department (Perhutanan) to hikers who choose to ignore the ruling despite no-entry signs at the hill’s east and west entrances.

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