Bukit Takun is a beautiful gigantic limestone outcrop sitting on a grantie base, surrounded by real jungle and the Templer’s Golf Course. The Cliff is around 300m in height, the longest continuous walls are up to 230m. The crag hosts a variety of single and long multipitch routes, currently all of them situated at the east face. This place is also known for its trad routes, however, most of the routes and especially the new ones are bolted. The potential is enormous. For now (beginning of 2013) the crag holds more than 60 routes featuring more than 100 pitches, making it the largest climbing area in the Klang region.In sharp contrast to Batu Caves, this place is much closer to nature, less noisy and clean. The trails to the sectors need improvement, but this is a small price you pay for close to city solitude and climbing on excellent rock in a breathtaking environment.