We made our way to the Tree Top Walk Sg. Sedim in my world recently. It is located in the heart of Gunung Inas Forest Reserve, about 30 kms from Kulim town. It's one of my favorite spots to go for a hike, but it's about an hour's drive from my house so I only go there once or twice a year.
When we arrived, we were greeted by the sounds of chirping birds, buzzing insects and the smell of fresh air. The kids were thrilled walking pass the enchanted forest because in the city they don't ever get to experience anything like that.
At 925m, it is the longest canopy walk in the world. I stopped at various points of the walkway to take photos.
There were bursts of greenery to discover around every corner and this delicate beauty seemed to be waving gracefully at me as I snapped away.
This is the view from the top looking down though not for the faint-hearted as a peep down might make you a bit dizzy.
In a thick forest of leaves, there are labels that helps to identify the variety of plants
Along the walkway, there are also signs indicating how high you are from the forest level. It is extremely high at some point, some areas are more than 10 meters. I feel like I'm literally on top of the world and seeing the soft breeze gently blowing through the trees is an uplifting sight.
From the bridge, we paused for a few moments to enjoy the gushing waters of the river.
And that's a small peek in my world.