Saturday, May 9, 2009

D'Semungkis Camp Site - phase 1 completed


1. D'Semungkis Camp Site phase 1 is now completed and readily available to warmly welcome a group looking for a camping site. We cater the needs of private as well as government event such as family day, team building, motivational, recreational, rakan muda camping and school camping.

2. It is located at the famous recreational site of Hulu Langat which resides at the feet of Titiwangsa mountain range. The refreshing air and the river flow unite with the greenery flora will absolutely make up an ideal place for such activities.

Facility & Activity

D'Semungkis Camp Site offers a decent yet comfortable facility comprises of:
  • Dormitory buildings with attached bathroom/toilet

  • 1 open hall

  • 1 closed hall

  • 1 dining hall

  • Detached bathroom/toilet

  • Electricity and water supply
  • 1 gathering field

  • 1 fish pond

A number of enjoyable activities range from:

  • Jungle tracking

  • Cross country

  • River/water based activity

  • Treasure hunt
  • Hill climbing

We are able to cater up to maximum 100 pax at a time.

Food & Beverage

The food and beverages is inclusive in the price.

BBQ Dinner

Special bbq dinner for fire camp or performance night can be arranged upon request at a special negotiatable price.


Kampung Sungai Semungkis, Batu 14 Hulu Langat, Selangor.

It is around 30 km or 40 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur


Price is subject to staying period, number of participants, activities hour, activities, menu and facilities required. Call for details.

Contact Us

Please feel free to contact En. Zul @ 0192637273 for further details.

Our Schedule

We will try our best to update the reserved date here for your information.


We would like to welcome all kind of feedback to allow us improve continuously and in order to serve your needs better.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

D'semungkis Camp Site in the making

These are few images taken while D'Semungkis camp site was still under construction. It is
located in Hulu Langat, Selangor.

The fish pond.