Guided Walk at Bukit Persekutuan’s Urban Community Forest (UCF) – Cempedak Trail
Come join the MNS Flora SIG on regular guided walk at Bukit Persekutuan’s Cempedak Trail on the third Saturday of each month.
Starting time: 8.00am sharp; lasts 2 hours or lesser (depending on the interpretive topics covered).
Starting point: Roundabout Bukit Persekutuan (meeting point of Jalan Negeri Sembilan, Jalan Selangor and Jalan Persekutuan)
Cost: While no obligations are imposed, the Flora group welcomes a donation of MYR5 per person at the end of the walk. The funds collected would be used for Flora SIG activities at the UCF eg resources for the UCF nursery, or other projects at the UCF)
Conditions and Attire: It is recommended to put on long sleeves, trousers and socks that cover your feet and a cap which can cover the nape area. Bring along on insect repellent if available. Avoid any tight-fitting clothes as it may not be able to prevent mosquito bites. Bring sufficient drinking water.
Be at the starting point at least 15 minutes before the walk so that we can start on time. No pre-registration required. Contact email@example.com for more information.
About Bukit Persekutuan
The Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) kicked off the Urban Community Forest initiative to continue protecting one of Kuala Lumpur’s remaining green lungs by getting relevant communities and stakeholders in on the action. UCF seeks to protect Bukit Persekutuan, or Federal Hill, from being exploited for development and prevent its low-density, institutional status from being irrevocable changed. To start, the nature trail just off the MNS HQ has been improved, while a nursery has been up and running for several years, and these can help city dwellers get some muchneeded nature R&R right in the heart of the city. The secondary forest is currently worked on by volunteers in cleaning up of trash over the past 2 years in an effort to make this place more comfortable to walk-in.
Learn more about the UCF project at https://ucfnetworkbukitpersekutuan.wordpress.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/UrbanCommunityForest/