Sekeping Serendah Retreat (15 mins drive from Rawang town)

Posted by vivien | Non-Food Related | Sunday 8 March 2009 10:22 am
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Symbol of Sekeping Serendah. Feels like a guarded private retreat.
Glass house rental: RM450(weekday) and RM600 (weekend) accomodate 6 person, extra bed/person: RM50 extra
After parking our car near the entrance, we walk a short distance to the glass house! Above pic is looking back at our car
looking towards the other end which is leading to swimming pool
walking to pool area
winding pathway
this is the pool, not very big, but the area is clean and in good condition
mud shed, next to pathway, accomodate 2 person (RM300, weekend RM400)
walking towards glass shed from the main pathway
glass house!
glass house!!!
looking out at BBQ area
BBQ tonight!
bedroom upstairs, 2 queen size beds and 2 single beds. this is the common and the one and only bedroom in the glass house.
balcony next to bedroom, looking down to the right: BBQ area
looking left towards the open-air bathroom/toilet
ground floor: kitchen, living room and bathroom/toilet(to the left)
sink, clean tap water while “camping” in the “jungle”
toilet and washing
food preparation
food preparation 2, the fish(to the right at the back) is so fresh and good.
playing monopoly, a good game… hehe, complimentary bananas
the caretaker will start the BBQ fire for you.
while waiting for dinner time, we went to a waterfall nearby(5 to 10 mins drive)
daerah hulu selangor
indiany colors
dinner, yumm, so hungry
yum yum (pork rib, fish in tin foils, BBQ prawn, hotdog)
before slumbering the night away, and not wanting to continue to monopoly game, we turn to something for exciting… the loser have to perform a pole dance, coincidently a pole is in the middle of the living room
squating action
wow, looks professional
swing action which looks familiar
and some molesting action
come morning, the air is so fresh and it is really cold
some complimentary stuff which comes with glass house: mosquito killer
gass stove, kitchen utensils
microwave, you could charge your phone, camera as there are ample electrical socket, but there is no phone coverage here. (that is no communication with the outside world)
going back
while driving back, you will see lots of orang asli shacks
and some modern orang asli housing area
pond before you reach civilisation (10 minutes from Sekeping Serendah to the main road of Serendah with Serendah KTM…)
Wonderful trip, refreshing air and surrounding especially waking up surrounded by trees
Sekeping Serendah Sdn Bhd
67, Jln Tempinis Satu,
Lucky Garden,
59100, Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 012-3246 552(Christina)
email: mail at
Website: Sekeping Serendah Retreat
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  1. Comment by Sin Tai Lim — March 8, 2009 @ 12:32 pm

    Looks interesting. What the max. no.of people staying?

  2. Comment by Pam — March 9, 2009 @ 10:30 am

    How fun! That’s my kind of camping.

  3. Comment by Serene — March 10, 2009 @ 1:58 am

    Nice post on the trip! Your photos turned out amazing. The place looks so mystical & fairytale-like. Lol on the pole dancing photos (with identity blocked out) and the "molesting action" photo… 😛

  4. Comment by "Joe" who is constantly craving — March 10, 2009 @ 9:27 am

    looks like a favourite among the bloggers!

  5. Comment by Vivien — March 11, 2009 @ 10:16 am

    Sin Tai Lim: the glass shed is meant for 6 person, i tink 8 person should be ok, not sure that max allowed ppl.

    Pam: yeah, it is camping the “comfortable” way

    Serene: yeah, it looks like fairy tale kinda place, identity block out for pole dance and “molesting” seems to be a safe way to go… haha

    Joe: yeah, just found out another blogger also went last week.

  6. Comment by J2Kfm — March 16, 2009 @ 4:03 am

    this is very very cool.
    read from the other blogs before, and never realised the beauty of the glass house!

    imagine waking up early in the morn, with NO phone coverage, blown by the breeze, and snuggle up under the warm blanket …


  7. Comment by webster — May 23, 2009 @ 8:49 am

    It is look very nice. Is the cost still same from it website?

    I planning go there also.
    Did you have their contact?

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