There are plenty of facilities around like light workout equipments, toilets, benches, a playground, and even a reflexology path. This park is one of the most popular hiking spots for locals due to its accessibility and challenging terrain; creating a challenge for both new and veteran hikers alike.
Before starting, hikers have the option of choosing which trails they are comfortable with; for beginners, the short hike will take around 20 minutes with medium slopes and hills. For much experienced hikers, you can opt for a different trail where you can start by going uphill the concrete road, where at its top is a protected water reservoir and the lookout tower which basically covers the whole capital’s view as far as the eye can see. Upon reaching the top of the hill, hikers have the option to take the trail into the jungle for a hike to Bukit Sarang Helang (Eagle’s Nest). The 50-minute hike to Sarang Helang is steep and challenging, but the view from the top makes the hike worth it especially approaching sundown.