Cycling is one of the best ways to get to know a place. There are plenty of undiscovered gems all around the world waiting for your trusty two-wheel drive to explore.

Through the #TOGOAROUND event, we have managed to discover some of the awesome tracks with the help of our participants from Malaysia, the Philippines, and Indonesia!

Here are 6 cycling spots for your next adventure. Experience the scenic sights or local cultures; get off the beaten track and pave your own path with these tracks!

Malaysia

Kledang Hill

According to Brandon, Kledang Hill is a 9.3 kilometer heavily trafficked loop trail located near Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and mountain biking. It may be a tough ride but the rewards are endless. Once you reach the peak of Kledang Hill, you’ll be greeted by a stunning waterfall and a breathtaking view that can make all your troubles go away.

Highlights:

  • Scenic
  • Difficulty: 4/5
  • Suitable for children: No
  • Distance of route: 50km

Precinct 1 through Precinct 5, Putrajaya

Riding on this Putrajaya route shared by Jane, you will encounter various unique architectural buildings that can only be found in Malaysia. This particular route consists of only flat grounds which is a suitable route for a beginner who enjoys viewing the art of buildings. Moreover, there are dedicated lanes for cyclists and this route has less traffic.

Highlights:

  • Architectural buildings
  • Difficulty: 2/5
  • Suitable for children: Yes
  • Distance of route: 12km

Philippines

Boso-boso Highlands to Sapinit Road

This is a route shared by Prince. Boso-boso Highlands is located in the CALABARZON region of the Philippines. Known for its trail with scenic views, it’s considered as one of the most go-to routes for cyclists in Metro Manila with Mountain Bikes.

Highlights:

  • Less traffic, picturesque scenery
  • Difficulty: 2/5
  • Suitable for children: Yes
  • Distance of route: 6.5km

Esplanade, Iloilo River

One of Early Sol‘s favorite routes is the Esplanade at Iloilo River. This route is located in one of the most bike-friendly cities in the Philippines, Iloilo! Riders get to have a little bit of everything; scenic river routes, rolling plains, views of the mountains, and protected bike lanes in the city!

Highlights:

  • Scenic route: Mountains, River
  • Difficulty: 3/5
  • Suitable for children: No
  • Distance of route: 30km

Indonesia

Alsut Loop

According to Denny, Alam Sutera (Alsut) Loop is one of the best routes for fun or speed rides. You can speed by as the world goes on at its usual pace. The Alam Sutera Loop has a bicycle path. It is also surrounded by greenery and has minimum traffic. This makes Alsut one of the most perfect and safest places for a family ride.

Highlights: 

  • Cool and Scenic
  • Difficulty: 2/5
  • Suitable for children: Yes
  • Distance of route: 5km/Lap

 

 

Bagor Cisalada

The Bagor Cisalada route is one of Triyono’s go-to routes. It is an MTB-only route. You will be expecting a long and challenging ride. However, this route is worth the effort and time as it comes with a series of scenic greeneries and waterfalls. It will be a challenging hike at first, but it’s a downward race close to the end. Get your helmet and pads on, and enjoy the route!

Highlights: 

  • MTB route, Long Ride, Challenging
  • Difficulty: 4/5
  • Suitable for children: No
  • Distance of route: 89km

 

 

Congratulations to all the winners of WBD #TOGOAROUND Challenge! Your FREE #TOGOWBD cycling t-shirt is on its way.

Interested in unlocking an achievement? It’s your lucky day. All you have to do is to take a ride on one of the routes and the Round and Round Achievement is yours to claim!