Abu Suradi

Fraser's Hill

Abu Suradi Trail is a short and easy 500 meter jungle walk suitable for hikers of all ages. It was named after the first person to be awarded a mining lease for Pamah Lebar - now the popular Fraser's Hill public golf course in the center of town. Abu Suradi operated a tin mine for ten years from 1899 until his lease got cancelled by British district officer. The trek begins from a spot along Genting road just opposite the mosque, leading uphill across a slightly steep slope before breaking on to level path. Broad and wide, the trail is easy to traverse, with occassional buttressed roots and muddy spots but rarely (if ever) any leeches. The track ends at the start of Mager trail.
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