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It is hidden within a well maintained compound of a tourist area
Bukit Nanas, as the name says in Malay. It's a hill. A tiny hill right in the heart of urban Kuala Lumpur. This small enclave is maintained as a forest park. For those of you who love tropical forest, would like to walk through one. Without hussle and without risk. That's it. This one.
N 03 09.001, E101 42.145 is your starting point.
The house or visitor center of the Forestry Department. Up the stairs. The correct steps are the one, just beside the building. The obvious stair leads no where????
Its tough and tedious. But only for under 10 minutes.
Out of woods and into the open. Hey Presto another world.
Look for E03 09.078 E101 42.135 you will see signboard as in picture no.2
From the reading, you can deduce that the Cache is less than a stone throw away.
I have thought about this description once more. Perhaps for visitors who has little time. You can also skip the hiking through the forest. Go straight to the KL Tower by the main road.
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- An impression of difficultyDon't panic, that's all, I mean by difficulty
- Signboard for the trailThis signage is true but outdated. Some how the path where the arrow is pointed was blocked. Take the temporary stairs beside and at the other side[right] of the building
- The Forestry Department -Starting pointThere is a car park just besides this building
- You see this sign, you've found the cacheThe cache is very near now.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum