And when the fire flickered
and embers began to form.
We snuggled in our sleeping bags
all cozy, tired, and warm.
apabila api berkelip, bara api mula timbul kami meringkuk bawah selimut selesa, mengantuk
Khemah is the malay word for camp. Our camp ground has a platform that can fit two large tents and a shack for activities with tables and chairs, a kitchen sink, a toilet and shower, a hammock and BBQ pit. It has piped water but no electricity and so also no heating. There is only light illumination from our solar powered fairy lights.
For those new to camping, it is 'Camping-light', in between the rawness of wild camping and the luxury of glamping. A good first step for those beginners before venturing out into the wild.
Unfortunately we have decided that we are no longer going to allow pets anywhere in Awanmulan including Khemah. So Pets not allowed here either
The nights are cool, and plenty of jungle sounds through the night from insects to animals foraging in the bushes below. On clear skies the valley is clearly visible from your tent as you go to sleep to a soft cool hill breeze.
For those without a tent, we are able to provide a 4/5 person tent and jungle hammocks with mosquito nets. Setting up tent is possible on the tent platform as well as under the shelter for rainy days.
Some further details
Notice!: Khemah is meant for use by visitors who actually want to camp and enjoy camping, and not as a way to add more people beyond a room's capacity. Customer's booked into Khemah are expected to stay there and not on floors in other houses.