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Everybody is happy to have safely arrived at Bukit Cahaya!

The students are giving a thumbs-up for their rented bicycles!

Everybody is eagerly looking forward for the extreme challenges that are to come!

Everybody is strapped with the Skytrek harness and gear. Time for the challenge!

A total of 44 participants were involved in the Skytrek student activity. Of these 44, 40 were students. 18 students were from the Subang Jaya centre and another 22

were from the Kuala Lumpur centre. 2 teachers from each centre also assisted in the activity.

The destination was the popular Bukit Cahaya in Shah Alam, well known for its recreational attractions such as the jogging/ cycling track, the four seasons vivarium and of course, the Skytrek adventure. We arrived in Bukit Cahaya at close to 10 am and went straight in to register and obtain the necessary equipment to start our Extreme Challenge Trail. We were divided into 2 groups according to the centres we belong to. The trail consisted of 30 different trail challenges which include the flying fox and bridge walkway, among others. Everybody enjoyed themselves thoroughly despite being physically strained throughout the adventure. We were exhausted by the end of the trail. However, we still had the energy to rent bicycles for ourselves to cycle around the Bukit Cahaya cycling trail!

We departed around 5 in the evening and arrived safely at our respective ELS centres. It was a memorable trip that everybody is sure not to forget anytime soon. Many of us made new friends and got to know each other better, teachers and students alike. Students are now excited to join the next inter-centre activity to be planned by ELS!