A tortuous and gruelling route to Pos Tohoi

GUA MUSANG: The north-west trail to the place where two starving children were rescued alive after 46 days in the jungle and the remains of their friends were found is a harrowing one.

The tortuous route is gruelling from the start, even for those equipped with creature comforts, as we found out after leaving Gua Musang for Kuala Betis, 24km away on the Kelantan’s D30 trunk road.

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Family & Community , orang asli , pos tohoi


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