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A stay at The Sticks is all about unique experience amidst the unpredictability of nature. Feast on scrumptious home-cooked meal under the stars, go on an adventurous trek or enjoy a relaxing dip in the river right before a long lazy nap in your tendok as the delicate afternoon breeze lulls your senses away.

PICK YOUR JUNGLE HOME

What are tendoks? Simple. They’re a cross between a tent and a pondok enabling for a truly rustic living experience amidst nature. The Sticks have kindly given their tendoks easy-to-remember names to go easy on your brain. You’re welcome. Take a look and book your pick! You won’t have to worry about a thing. The Sticks is a full board retreat so all you have to do is kick back, relax and enjoy the delicious servings of home-cooked food.

Kids aged 10+ years and below qualify for discounts of RM65 per child. A refundable damage deposit of RM200 per room will be required upon booking. *Prices quoted are subject to SST at the prevailing rate
**Advanced bookings are reservations made more than 3 days prior to check-in

Activities that can be done here at The Sticks include jungle trekking, white water rafting, paragliding, botanical walk and playing board games. Accommodations vary from simple bamboo huts to rustic wooden bungalows and quarters in the tent style; some have access to the water, en suite toilets, decks and/or open-sided.There are no air-conditioning or TVs at The Sticks.

What facilities are there at The Sticks? Rooms include:

– A veranda to chill out at.
– Ceiling fans and lights.
– Electric sockets for essential device charging only. No hair dryers please as we’re off grid!
– Towels and toiletries for overnight guests.
– Duvets provided with beds.

Common area:

Dewan area for meals, drinks and lounging.


River:

The shallow, shin deep, broad section of the river at the entrance is great for kids, with more exciting rapids further downstream for the bigger kids! Tubes for tubing in the river. A deposit of RM50 is required for each tube – you’ll get it back when you return the tube!

How do I get to The Sticks?

If you’re driving from KL, just key in ‘The Sticks’ into any navigation app and you’ll be able to find your way here.If you’re travelling from out of the country, the best way would be to fly in to KLIA and catch an Uber or Grab car from there (cheaper than any transfer we can arrange for you). For the return trip to KLIA, we can help to book a ride with a trusted driver. Without traffic, the car journey to or from the airport takes less than 2 hours.Alternatively, if you’re up for some adventure (and a cheaper transit from the airport), you can catch the KLIA express from the airport to KL Sentral. From there, get on a commuter KTM train to the Kuala Kubu Bharu (KKB) KTM station. You’ll be able to find the train schedule for this particular route on Google Maps. Once you arrive at the KKB KTM station, you can get a taxi up to The Sticks which usually costs about RM35 and will take about 30 minutes.

The Booking Desk is manned Monday to Friday. Responses to urgent queries on weekends may be delayed.
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Additional Details

      Q How do I get to The Sticks?

      If you’re driving from KL, just key in ‘The Sticks’ into any navigation app and you’ll be able to find your way here.If you’re travelling from out of the country, the best way would be to fly in to KLIA and catch an Uber or Grab car from there (cheaper than any transfer we can arrange for you). For the return trip to KLIA, we can help to book a ride with a trusted driver. Without traffic, the car journey to or from the airport takes less than 2 hours.Alternatively, if you're up for some adventure (and a cheaper transit from the airport), you can catch the KLIA express from the airport to KL Sentral. From there, get on a commuter KTM train to the Kuala Kubu Bharu (KKB) KTM station. You'll be able to find the train schedule for this particular route on Google Maps. Once you arrive at the KKB KTM station, you can get a taxi up to The Sticks which usually costs about RM35 and will take about 30 minutes.

      Q What are the check-in and check-out times?

      Check-in is between 3pm and 7pm and check-out is at 12pm on weekday, 11am on weekends.

      Q What should I bring with me?

      Mosquito repellent Sun block Personal toiletries Proper shoes for trekking (if you plan to go on a trek) Swimwear Long sleeves/trousers for night time. It can get chilly sometimes

      Q Is there reception at The Sticks?

      There is only phone/data reception for Celcom users. So do plan ahead by downloading your music and shows to your portable devices before you arrive! However, if you are unable to survive without reception, we suggest you get a Celcom prepaid card for your trip here.

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      • Monday09:00 - 19:00
      • Tuesday09:00 - 19:00
      • Wednesday09:00 - 19:00
      • Thursday09:00 - 19:00
      • Friday09:00 - 19:00
      • Saturday09:00 - 19:00
      • Sunday09:00 - 19:00
      • $$$$
      • Price Range 200 - 250

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