To kick off year 2011, Kruzers organized its first ride to Tanjung Sutera Resort – a rustic resort tucked in the outbacks of Johor. This trip however, was unlike the previous trips for me, because IT IS MY FIRST RIDE UP TO MALAYSIA! Yes! Can you totally feel the excitement and glee from my statement… Read more »
Subterranean?? Only the Kruzers can think of such trips to crawl, walk, slide and hurt our bums. And equally crazy people from the Kruzers to do that!
take 6 bored guys with nothing to do on a lazy Sunday out for a spin and what you have is the epitome of “out riding with the guys”. A standard conversation with these guys goes something like this: A: where you all wanna go and eat? B: Errr, don’t know. Anything.. C: Someplace with… Read more »
By now, almost everyone in Kruzer knows what a trip to Tasik Chini entails. Sweat, high heat, long treks and the one slug that everyone hates but tries to put a brave face when encountered with one: Leeches. The trip may also have been a life changing experience for some and a strong lesson to… Read more »
Fraser’s Hill has been Kruzer’s annual pilgrimage site. But this year we are fortunate enough to have Valentine’s Day falling on a Saturday as Kruzer always have it’s trip during the weekend. We had this similar occasion 5 years back in 2004. The next will in 2015. So do join us on this trip for a relaxing ride… Read more »
Living in luxurious comfort amidst nature. Impossible, you say? Think again….
I’m just too busy to write these days…so I left it to my trusty machine to do the thinking for what’s so cool about Kruzer Kamp II!
Why do I have the feeling I got cheated on this ride? Read on and find out……..
I remembered the first time I ascended Mt Ophir some 22 years back. There were just 2 of us, driven with audacity of being young and foolish. With much trial and error on the track, we finally made it to the summit after 10 hours. Adding to the foolish and ignorance, we camped right at the… Read more »
Only a quick 2 hours away from the 2nd Link, Tanjung Sutera (Silk Bay in Malay) is really a hidden gem in all sense of the word. With its entrance right beside a little plantation road, it’s nestled in the quaint corner of Sedili Besar, away from the jetty where fishermen launched their boats in search for the day’s catch.