Stay in touch with Mother Nature and live a healthier, longer life

If you are tired of the city, the haze and noise, you need to spend more quality time with nature. Camping is one way to do it. Whether you enjoy biking, fishing, hiking or any other outdoor activity, camping offers you a way to focus completely on these activities and stay close to nature without the city’s distractions. Additionally, if you go camping regularly, you will also enjoy many significant physical, mental and spiritual health.

If you’ve never camped out before and want to do it, maybe you should try “glamping” first. Glamping is a form of camping involving accommodation and facilities that are more luxurious than traditional camping. Here are two glamping sites that you can give a try:

1. Kanopi Villa

Located at the foothill of Genting Highlands, which is about 45 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur, this glamping site is spread out over eight acres of land. Not only will you enjoy staying in a spacious bell tent, but you will also enjoy the eight-course barbecue buffet and breakfast at Janda Baik.

2. Tanah Aina Fahad Resort

This glamping site is about 2 and a half hours away from Kuala Lumpur. Here, you get to relax with a cup of tea by the waterfall, or you can go on a guided jungle trekking. Accommodations include terrace rooms and walk-in King, Queen, and Single bed house tents—all set by the edge of the forest and next to the river.

If you’ve tried glamping and want something more adventurous, personal, and challenging, it is time for you to get your own tent and camping gears. Get out of your comfort zone and try something new because new experiences help to keep our brains healthy. Also, camping is both physically and intellectually stimulating, which means it has a great effect on the health of our mind and body. Moreover, if you choose to bring along your friends or family, you will have unique experiences together. Trust us, this experience will keep your relationships healthy and your connections with one another stronger. Now, check out these camping sites, and get your camping gears ready!

1. Taman Negara National Park

This 130 million-year-old virgin rainforest has 4 campsites: Mutiara campsite, Dakili campsite, Danz Travel campsite, and Lubok Tenor campsite. If you’re camping for the first time, it is advisable to go to Mutiara campsite and Dakili campsite because proper toilet and bathroom are provided. There are even restaurants nearby so you won’t have to worry about cooking outdoor. Danz travel camp site is good for intermediate campers. This camping ground is a sandy river bank, and you can go fishing. Lubok Tenor campsite, on the other hand, is for avid campers because of the wild environment—almost untouched by human activities. If you’re ready for a wild and thrilling adventure in an old rainforest, this is the right campsite for you.

2. Pulau Kapas

If you want a change of scenery, perhaps a wide horizon where the sky meets the ocean, a camping site by the beach is the place you should be at. Of course, there are many famous islands out there like Perhentian Island and Tioman, but if you want empty, relaxing beaches, beautiful sunsets, and a less crowded campsite, Pulau Kapas is the island for you. In addition to sleeping under the stars with the sound of the ocean, you get to snorkel, play beach volleyball, scuba diving, hiking, and build sandcastles!

Camping is a great way to re-establish our connection with nature and with ourselves—away from your phone and “cyber space.” Also, it is an opportunity to reconnect and strengthen relationships with your friends and family. Go and explore the wilderness, and never worry about cluttering your home with camping gears once you’re back from your trips. Cube Self Storage is a smart solution to storing your gears. Store everything with us, and you’ll avoid cluttering your home and the hassle to find everything you need for your next camping trip. Contact us today to get a FREE quotation for your camping gears storage, and enjoy our limited time special offers.