Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Zipline, it's on now

Flying fox (more well known to public) can be enjoyed by kids and adults alike. The 4B Youth Movement (Belia 4B) of Kampung Wira Damai is looking to fill up its fund, by organinsing this activity.

At Gua Damai, the zipline is ready to be used. The registration is open every day for the school holidays, between 5PM to 7PM. During normal period, it is only open on Saturdays and Sundays.

The fee is only RM2 per slide. If you buy 2 slides at a time, you will only be charged RM3 per head.

Do come and check it out!

Tuesday, 13 October 2009


We are welcoming our local and international BASE jumpers to Gua Damai, Batu Caves.
Looking forward to have our guests on this 20th and 21st October, 2009.

This jump is organised by Menara Kuala Lumpur in conjunction with their annual event of  "KL TOWER INTERNATIONAL JUMP, MALAYSIA 2009", with the cooperation of Wira Adventure Consultant for the Gua Damai jump. 

Gua Damai will be anticipating 50 jumpers. The international jumpers have yet to try out hopping off from our Gua Damai platform. So far, they have been touring Pahang, Terengganu, Melaka and Kedah. After their stint in Penang, more than the number mentioned above will be heading this way, before goint to KL Tower for their annual jump.

During the event, the jumper may also want to try rock climbing and abseiling since this venue is THE best rock climbing spot in Malaysia.

There will be stalls selling refreshment and gift items such as t-shirts and bags pertaining to this special event. Get your cameras ready to record this event. Tell your friends and family to be on the lookout for the buzz on this 20th October 2009.

Saturday, 15 August 2009

15th August - 1st day of B.A.S.E. ACCURACY CHALLENGE

The weather have been great throughout today's program. It was a sunny bright day as compared to yesterday's weather. Everyone had prayed for a good weather day.

The B.A.S.E jumpers did their trial jump today. One hit the target on his 2nd jump. Tomorrow is the finals for the jumpers. The spectators watched in awe as each jumper leaped off the platform 300foot or 96M above ground. In a split second, the parachute opened and you can see the spectators letting go their breath. It is a thrill to watch the jump.

During intervals of the jump, many people, adult and children alike participated in spontaneous games like musical chairs for the adult onlookers and stall owners. They had fun, for its been a long time since they had that game. Children were sent on a quick treasure hunt. They went about asking the crowd to volunteer socks, belts, pens and shoelaces in order for them to win a prize. Of course, the adults could not resist giving in to the request.

In conjunction with this program organised by the Ministry of Tourism Malaysia, the side events like futsal and rock & wall climbing competition attracted quite a lot of participation. The Menara Kuala Lumpur who is one of our sponsors sent 2 teams to
play futsal. The futsal event is under the charge of the Sports and Recreation Club of Masjid An Nur of Kampung Wira Damai. The MadMonkez Climbing Gym Sdn Bhd handled the climbing festival for novice. Teenagers and children were seen milling around the climbing area waiting for their turn to climb and collect points.

The stalls selling food and beverage offered quite a variety of local food and quick bites such as Roti John, burger and ice cream on sticks. One stall offered free health diagnose and foot therapy at RM2. Other stalls are the Etiqa Takaful Stall and the Teratin Driving Institute.

There all also sponsor booths selling t-shirts, key chains, bags,slippers,outdoor recreation gears,mineral water and dispensers. Let's not forget the paintball booth, offering targets for those eager to try out their sharp shooting skill.

Tomorrow we are expecting more people participate and make the event merrier. More prizes will be offered for the spontaneous games. Look out for hampers!!

Friday, 14 August 2009


We wish to welcome all the B.A.S.E Jumpers who are already here to prepare for their GUA DAMAI 1ST B.A.S.E ACCURACY CHALLENGE tomorrow and Sunday (16th).

For those who have already registered for the novice's category of wall and rock climbing, good luck! To the futsal team - we hope to see you really all out but keep in mind the brotherhood and friendly match.

For visitors, there are some prizes up for grabs during our intervals.. some spontaneous games for you. Looking forward to have you all here. Remember to bring the children too. The more the merrier.

For shooting enthusiasts, try out the paint ball and see how well you score. Be surprised.

20 stalls await visitors and guests, catering to your gastronomic delight,the adventurous you,your health and wealth.

Tuesday, 11 August 2009

Event Day Drawing Near!!


Gua Damai 1st B.A.S.E Accuracy Challenge, organised by the Ministry of Tourism Malaysia, is managed by Wira Adventure Consultant, supported by Malaysia's B.A.S.E Association and Persatuan 4B Wira Damai. This event is organised by the Ministry of Tourism Malaysia and is sponspored by Menara KL, Outdoor Centre Sdn Bhd and Madmonkeyz Climbing Gym.

In conjunction with the Gua Damai 1st B.A.S.E Accuracy Challenge,there is also a festival on rock climbing and wall climbing competition. It is opened to novice climbers. Other attractions are futsal competition among 32 teams of players.
There will be more than 20 stalls selling food & beverage, gifts, crafts, health products, sport attire, outdoor recreation gear, driving lesson packages and promotion on will writing and takaful protection.

There will also be a free health check by Tuhfah Resources.

The event begins from 8:30AM up to 5PM. The Minister of Tourism Malaysia will officiate the event on 16th August 2009.

Email to To participate in the competition, the forms can be downloaded from Great prizes await the winner!

Saturday, 25 July 2009


Gua Damai will be THE place for the 1st B.A.S.E Accuracy Challenge 2009, to be held on the coming 15 & 16th August.

The press conference was held on last Wednesday, the 22nd July 2009. We wish to thank Dato' Subahan Kamal, Executive Chairman of Majlis Tindakan Pelancongan Negeri Selangor for leading the press conference. Please read excerpts from Utusan Malaysia:

We also wish to thank our sponsors for being there: They are Menara Kuala Lumpur, Outdoor Centre and Mad Monkeys Climbing Gym.

Tuesday, 30 June 2009


This event was organised by Dun Batu Caves (State representative) for youth in the vicinity of Batu Caves, on 27 & 28th June recently.

Held in the Gua Damai area, there were many activities and participation going on. Some of the activities are flying fox, BASE jump, futsal (the men wore sarong!), cultural dances, nasyeed, motor cross showcase, stalls selling food and non food items. The commandos of Kem Sg. Udang also participated in this event. They demonstrated abseiling and rock climbing skills.

Among the VIP attendees is YB Azmin Ali, the Parlimentary Representative of Gombak, who came to officiate the event. Also present is the DUN of Batu Caves, YB Amiruddin and other political representatives. The political secretary of the Menteri Besar of Selangor, YB Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad officiated the event.

The crowd puller were the flying fox and motor cross event which attracted the children's mass participation. The flying fox structure in Gua Damai was built and completed in time for the carnival. It only caters to children. The children also had fun in riding the mini scramblers themselves.

The futsal and the rope pulling event were fun to watch. The teams of men, were required to wear sarong in the futsal game. The idea is to make it harder for them to play, as the sarong must be worn below the knee level. The two afternoons were showered with heavy rain, making the field wet and muddy. This makes the rope pulling event funnier as the muscle men struggled to lean backwards firmly on their two feet. Many of them slipped and fell as they heaved and hoed to pull over the rope to their line.

The event ended with the prize giving ceremony at 6PM and many went home happily with their trophies and prizes.

Thursday, 29 January 2009


Gua Damai has been the ideal spot for production companies. Many groups have come here for location shooting for video scene backgrounds for song albums. That was way before the area was upgraded. Now more activities can be carried out.

As of last month, we had a kindergarten group with their sports day event. Just last week, 13 buses came from Singapore bearing students from a Chinese school for their rock climbing activity. We have also had the base jumping activities being frequently carried out. The venue also sees an international event coming up, later part of this year. The venue rental is very affordable. Do contact Mustapha for more details.


The best rock climbing site in Malaysia. Here we have bolted more than 70 sports climbing routes. The grade ranges from grade 5c - 7a+ and suitable for beginners and advance climbers. We are the expert on conducting the courses from level 1 - level 3 (basic and advance course). The two sided bouldering wall is ready for you to boulder around. The 15 meters competition wall is being upgraded to Bouldering Wall 6 meters which was donated by the Ministry of Youth & Sports of Malaysia.


We Introduce a basic and simple technique of how to climb a tree. With just using a hitch, and a foot loops... A little bit of afford on pulling the rope, will lift you up to the tree. NOW EVERYBODY CAN CLIMB A TREE.,,,suitable to all age, and also disable people.


Free fall??? Where is GUA DAMAI? OK, position is "N 03 14.902" E 101 41.225" Gua Damai is the first and only place in Malaysia where all Base Jumpers can jump at the height of 316 feet from the peak of GUA DAMAI. Jumpers come and have a try... We have allocated a safe platform, especially built for you jumpers. For more info's of the Jump, Kapt. Aziz "Technical Manager" from Wira Adventure Consultant will assist you. We welcome all Base Jumpers.