This team building exercise that blends inter-dependence and relationship to build up among the participants. Participants are required to discuss and come up with solution to resolve aspects covering communication skill, strategy, planning, leadership and decision making process.

These exercises are more focus to the outdoor activities such as :


Mainly for Jungle Trekking is a team activity that focusing on coordination, cooperation, team work, perseverance and inter dependence in a process of achieving and completing team goals and objective to explore the core values.


River Rafting or kayaking is a team activity that focuses on improving team effort, planning, utilization of allocated resources and time, problem solving and conflict resolution and achieving goals by building up raft to get to ascending point.


Camping is an activity to cope with challenge as a team. The challenges include organizing the setting up a tent, outdoor cooking, basic camp craft, sentry posting, preparing basic amenities and group performance. This activity requires teamwork, creativity, alertness, discipline, courage, safety consciousness etc. The essential factors for success at work place.


This is a rope course. It enables participants to coordinate their mental activities with hands and body movement. This activity incorporates coordinated action and support by team members. It enables the persons to practice principles that they have learned. This activity involves going down from high platform or cliff. Equipment is more to special ropes, harness, carabineers, figure of eight etc.


Orienteering is a sport in which orienteers use an accurate, detailed map and a compass to find points in the landscape. It can be enjoyed as a walk in the woods or as a competitive sport.A standard orienteering course consists of a start, a series of control sites that are marked by circles, connected by lines and numbered in the order they are to be visited, and a finish. The control site circles are centered around the feature that is to be found; this feature is also defined by control descriptions (sometimes called clues). On the ground, a control flag marks the location that the orienteer must visit. To verify a visit, the orienteer uses a punch hanging next to the flag to mark his or her control card. Different punches make different patterns of holes in the paper.


Night walk is an activity to discover our senses – sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch. This is an appreciation activity, where most of us take our senses for granted. Natures are there for us to discover, use and upgrade. By improving our senses, we will improve our personal performance and improve our judgment.

6.1. Solo Night Walk
The participant will be guided by instructor at the early stage and then they will walk alone slowly in the darkness of the night and learn to adapt with the environment.

6.2. Jungle Night Walk
More to togetherness with the guide to adventure the darkness of the night with sound or sight of small mammals, insects, birds, reptiles, flora and fauna. Experiencing the beauty of the greenish darkness of the rainforest on the other side.

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