5 Reasons That Will Make You Want to Visit Jelebu Now

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Imagine, having to wake up to the breath-taking view, head out for a jog, inhale the fresh morning air, or sometimes, ride to the attractions around Jelebu Town. Isn’t it an ideal lifestyle that everyone asks for?

Healthy living is within your reach, starting today. Recently, as many of us make getting fit one of our to-do-lists, there are reasons why an ever-growing number of people, both men and women, are taking up cycling as a sport. Bicycles could also replace cars when you’re going on a tour or practicing a healthy lifestyle.

If you are thinking of an idyllic, strategic country location, Jelebu Town could be the one. It is conveniently located just an hour drive from Kuala Lumpur. Maybe it’s the traffic that has finally gotten to you or the relentless pace of urban existence, Jelebu Town gets rid of it all.

Jelebu is a small town with a tight-knit community and the locals are heartfelt and sincere. Visiting Jelebu is an opportunity to achieve a much slower pace of life and clear views of the entrancing nature, and to take a step back from a teeming city to gain inspiration and perspective in a small piece of the puzzle in Malaysia.

So, we got on our folding bike, the 20″ GTA Knight M310 VB, our Rudy Project Sunglasses and embarked on our way!

1. Endless List of Attractions

Riding a bike in Jelebu is an excellent alternative to driving. Riding a GTA bike in Jelebu has made exploring the town even more efficient and fun! Jelebu is the right place to head to if you are a heritage discoverer or an outdoor enthusiast. From the exciting outdoor activities to captivating historic places, Jelebu is a town that has it all.

Jeram Toi Waterfalls – Surrounded by lush and spectacular trees, we rode to Jeram Toi Waterfalls located approximately 13km from Bukit Mahogani. They were discovered by the British in 1895 and became a popular place for family bonding time. Climb the cemented walkway with steps leading up the gorge and watch at effortlessly splashing water amidst the tropical forest, our energy seemed to be powered up!

Dataran Klawang – After taking an admiration at Jeram Toi, we rode for another 10km to Kuala Klawang, the main town located within Jelebu. Upon our arrival in this tranquil town, we were amazed by the unique architecture of the buildings. We could not stop taking pictures and wowing at the curved roofs of buildings around the districts. Klawang Square is just situated next to Jelebu District Council, in addition to its iconic clock facing the road.

Muzium Adat – The formation of the first Custom Museum in Malaysia was the brainchild of the Honorable Datuk Seri Utama Dr. Rais Yatim, Minister of Culture, Arts and Heritage Malaysia. Custom Museum was officially opened on February 2, 2008 by Undang Luak Jelebu, Dato’ Mendika Menteri Akhirulzaman Dato’ Musa bin Wahab with Minister of Culture, Arts and Heritage Malaysia, Datuk Seri Utama Dr. Rais Yatim and Menteri Besar of Negeri Sembilan, Dato’ Seri Utama Mohamad Hasan. The museum houses four exhibition galleries featuring to collate the various facets of the lifestyle of the Malaysian Society relevant to and which is definitive of the image and identity of Negeri Sembilan as Land of Custom.

Masjid Kuala Dulang – The oldest mosque in the district of Jelebu. It was founded by Dato Nika and Mudim Khatib, two Islamic missionaries from Minangkabau, Sumatra, who were the first to spread Islam in Jelebu in the 16th century. They also founded the village in Kampung Peninjau.

The mosque was originally a shed with palm fronds for a roof in which the two missionaries sought shelters. The name of the mosque is said to have come from an incident in which a tray or dulang, laden with food mysteriously appeared and was always filled no matter how many worshippers ate from it. It disappeared after a few years just as mysteriously as it had appeared.

Masjid Jamek – It was built in 1965 by the late Tuan Haji Ibrahim bin Haji Mansor. The mosque was awarded by the state government. The history began when a Survey Department employee, the late En.Shafie (Father of Tan Sri Ghazali) provided a piece of land for a surau site on the banks of the river. His proposal was continued by En.Munshi (Muslim Indian traders) and succeeded in establishing a trading surau at Simpang Ulu Jelebu. The existing mosque has been built and upgraded in 1988, 2003, 2008, 2009, and 2010. Under its administration, there are 8 cemeteries and 7 surau.

2.FOOD

One of the best ways to indulge ourselves everywhere is by feasting on local food. Jelebu offers delicious and rich local cuisine with its indigenous recipes and cooking techniques. While the variety is huge and the food differs according to the district and traditional influences, they share one common thing – must ride to try!

Kuih Bugis – The 45-year-old business has caught our attention. Interestingly, it is the only stall in Jelebu which is currently operated by the daughter of the pioneer of the shop. Kuih Bugis looks similar to a pancake. With the tantalizing filling of Milo (chocolate and malt powder) or Kaya (coconut jam), it takes the most delicious elements of each recipe to create the fluffiest and spongiest Kuih Bugis. It is certainly a ready-to-go snack for your pit stop!

Uncle Cheong Musang King Durian Farm – If you’re not satisfied with your mileage, you’re always welcome to ride for about 5km to the neighbourhood of Jelebu, Titi Town. Looking for a post-workout meal? Head to Uncle Cheong Musang King Durian Farm! He plants fresh, organic and most importantly, exotically aromatic durians, stretching from Musang King, D20, D24, the list goes on. The 10-acre durian farm is absolutely eye-opening!

3. Tranquil Town

A silence falls upon the town. Jelebu is a deceptively quiet town. It is not a bad thing to be quiet. Go through it, you will find the essence of the quietness. You will see evidence of a slower pace, like old folks sitting on their front porches spending their golden days. They are friendly to newcomers and greet them warmly. Riding through the town, we naturally indulged in the tranquillity.

4. Unspoiled Natural Beauty

The genuine serenity, slower pace, and unspoiled natural beauty of Jelebu Town just may cause you to reconsider your definition of the word heaven. There is a beautiful feeling here, riding in Jelebu, a leave your cares behind attitude that simply cannot be described. The main economic activity in Jelebu is agriculture, hence the lush greenery everywhere.

5. The Biggest Development in Jelebu

If getting away from the bustle and hustle of city life is what you desire, consider this, Bukit Mahogani @ Jelebu. It’s not difficult to agree with the environmental quality for a choice of residential area. Nowadays, most of us have changed the perception of environmental quality that plays an important role, especially when it comes to settling on a house. For instances, green spaces, playgrounds, resting places, and whatnot. These are the factors of the residents with regard to their housing conditions.

Imagine, staying in the midst of greenery in Jelebu. Bike along the paved trails and marvel at the beauty and intricacy of Bukit Mahogani @ Jelebu. In the morning or evening, you can take a stroll and take a pleasure in the wonder of the long stretch of designated jogging track around the lake.

What we love most about it are the generous pedestrian walkways and protruding wakaf! We love how Bukit Mahogani could be a meet-up point or pit stop for bike rides. It has an ample and wide environment for not only residents, but also visitors to drop by for a break.

Nestled in between Kuala Lumpur and Seremban, Bukit Mahogani @ Jelebu is surrounded by greenery and serenity providing a tranquil environment that consists of three concept parks, all dotted around a stunning leisure lake. “I wish I could wake up to this view every morning,” it’s always a challenge battling against our internal monologue whenever we see the master map of Bukit Mahogani @ Jelebu.

Bukit Mahogani @ Jelebu is designed to include its surrounding environment and community as a whole. The single storey terraces offer the options of 4 bedrooms or 3 bedrooms type, especially with spacious areas, give a boost to the living space

Here are the highlights of Bukit Mahogani @ Jelebu:

  • Well-planned & modern development that emphasize on lifestyle
  • Design concepts that meet residents’ aspiration & lifestyle needs
  • Airwell for more natural lighting and air ventilation
  • Open plan concept for a more spacious look and practicality in placing furniture
  • High ceiling height
  • Developed by a trusted, branded, award-winning developer
  • Located at a serene, higher ground within Kuala Klawang area

Your idyllic balanced lifestyle is no longer a dream. Bukit Mahogani @ Jelebu is a place to make your dream come true.

Bukit Mahogani @ Jelebu Sales Gallery

41, Jalan Besar Petaling, 71600,

Jelebu, Negeri Sembilan

Contact number: +6012-336 8831 (Call / Whatsapp)

Waze: Bukit Mahogani Jelebu Gallery

Show Unit open daily from 10am – 6pm

 https://www.seripajam.com.my/bukitmahoganijelebu


 

If you are interested to check out the foldable bike (20″GTA Knight M310 VB), you can check it out at:

SWEE HUAT HENG
No.4, Jalan F25/F
40400, Shah Alam,
Selangor.


You also can check out the meticulous sunglasses (RYDON Graphite Polar 3FX HDR ML Red & TRALYX Gold Velvet) from Rudy Project at:  

http://www.rudyproject.my/

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