Consider yourself a warrior? Or an adrenaline junkie? Or you’re just looking for some challenge?
Then the East Coast Mad Warrior obstacle course is for you!
Boasting 24 obstacles strategically placed within the 12.4KM stretch, be prepared to be challenged by the muddy and rugged landscape of Kuantan, Pahang. It is called the muddiest race for a reason!
Registration for the challenge which is set to be held on January 24, 2016 at Sungai Lembing, Kuantan, a former mining town which was once the deepest and longest underground mine in the world is now open.
Located 3 hours away from Kuala Lumpur and 30 minutes from Kuantan town, the starting point for the challenge is at Padang MPK with the challenge ending at Xcape Persona Resort, Sungai Lembing.
So get your team ready and be prepared to traverse muddy and rocky roads as you trudge in a reserve forest, fight the currents of three rivers, and travel uphill throughout the 3-hour long challenge which begins at 7am.
It is not all that gloomy for the pessimists as the obstacle course is also home to the jaw droppingly beautiful Rainbow Waterfall and Panorama Hill where challengers can witness a glorious sunrise to start their day.
Early Warriors can obtain their passes for RM88 while early Warrior Pass Bundle for 3 is up for grabs at RM240.
East Coast Mad Warrior is organised by Tadom Base and is proudly supported by Tourism Pahang, Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Pahang and Majlis Perbandaran Kuantan in conjunction with Visit Malaysia Year 2017.
Mad Warrior is a series of obstacle challenges to be held across peninsular Malaysia by Tadom Base who had also organised past events such as the Warrior Sprint, Warrior Revolution and Warrior Madness.
Tadom Base is located only 10 minutes from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and is created as the base with the toughest obstacles at Malaysia to bring the real adrenaline experience to you.
This article is contributed by Sukhbir Cheema.
Sukhbir is a writer, artist, an avid shutter-bug, a lover of The Beatles and a bookworm. Now, does that make him an insect?