When the going gets tough, the tough goes to FRIM..

The Form 5 and Form 6 Maths and Science Society members went to FRIM on the 24th July 2010.
They visited the Orang Asli Museum in Gombak, tucked in a substantial lunch and then went jungle trekking at FRIM. They braved the canopy walkway system, trekked uphill using a dirt path trail and then descended through the Rover Track. As the trail was physically demanding, the not-so-physically-fit members panted and were quickly out of breath. The teachers were doing far better than the younger ones. Head to the gym, members of the Maths and Science Society…

While enjoying the panoramic view of the forest, their guide showed them interesting creepy crawlies and medicinal plants. After a tough trail, they enjoyed themselves at the waterfall. What better way to learn about sustainable environment than to see it for ourselves at FRIM..Armed with such knowledge, the members should be able to survive in the woods…should they get lost in one!

Below are the snapshots taken during the trip:

Snake-like roots

Not for the faint-hearted..

Lush greenery

The color of the teachers' t-shirts are blending in with the color of the trees..

Stop over before entering the forest.

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