A night Under the Stars

Strip yourselves of your daily comforts and be one with nature

Whether we’re pitching a tent on the beach or settling down in the jungle, camping promises an experience that is simply impossible to find. An adventure of our own where we get to take in the beauty that Mother Nature has to offer. 

But in Singapore, there are only so many places you could set up camp. So if you’re at a loss in trying to figure out where to next pitch your tent, here are a few amazing sites in the Asia-Pacific region that promise an unforgettable journey into the great outdoors.

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Power Up!

When we’re out in the wilderness, the fear of losing battery life is real. Nature simply wasn’t built with charging points around the corner. Which is why you should not leave home without Goal Zero’s powerful yet compact Sherpa 100PD and Yeti 200X Portable Power Station!

 

Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park, New Zealand

Aoraki/ Mt Cook
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Find yourselves in a camping ground that grants you the perfect panoramic view of the alps and of the great eponymous mountain itself. Tip: Before making your way up to the camping village, be sure to stop by the town of Twizel to replenish your stocks!

 

Mount Pulag, Philippines

Credit to Dale De Vera

This may be one of the more difficult camping trips to make, but it’s worth it. It’s common to see groups of tourists and locals led by tour guides on this trip to the playground of the Gods, all for the chance to catch a glimpse of the “Sea of Clouds” at sunrise.

 

Phnom Kulen, Cambodia

Credit to Vladimir Mokry

Immerse yourself in the deep heritage of Siem Reap as you discover the ruins of the Khmer Empire. If you can, hike your way up the mountain instead of driving up and be rewarded by the beautiful scenery of lush greens before reaching the famed waterfall of Phnom Kulen.

 

Ranu Kumbolo, Indonesia

Credit Nofi Sofyan Hadi

The allure of this mountainous lake has earned its fame as one of the top camping sites in the region. Re-energize under the star-filled skies after the 4-hour hike up before waking up to catch an unforgettable sunrise. As with every other site, remember to keep the grounds clean!

 

Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand

Credit to Manoonp

Home to over 800 species of animals, a night in this nature reserve will definitely be a huge treat for all wildlife lovers. Trail along the stream that leads deeper into the forest and take the next step into being one with nature.

 

Endau-Rompin National Park, Malaysia

Credit to Gigi Ling

A hidden gem merely 3-hours drive from Singapore, this national park invites you to set up camp in their pristine jungle. You may learn the ways of the indigenous Jakun people or relax under one of the 4 waterfalls in the park. Tip: It’s not a bad idea to brush up on your Malay language skills!

 

 

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