Run Site: Hash Heritage site, TTDI/Bukit Kiara,
Travel Time: 5 – 30 minutes, depending on whether you live in TTDI or Ampang
Date: Sunday 10th November, 2019
Registration: 1:00 pm onwards
Run Starts at:2:00 pm
If you dare for a Halloween scare, join us at the Hash Heritage site to creep, crawl or float over one of the last tracts of jungle remaining in the city. Given the rains, please come prepared for mud.
We advise you to complete the run in normal running clothes and change into your Halloween costume after.
Post run is your chance to dress up as ghouls and witches and zombies and superheroes. Our Halloween activties include:
1. Face painting (looking for face-painting volunteers!)
2. Costume competition with prizes
3. Trick or Treat (we hope many families will bring big bags of treats to hand out)
As usual, we will have hotdogs (made with premium Victoria Crest chicken sausages) and cold drinks for sale after the run.
GPS coordinates of the parking area are 3.144892 101.633546
GPS coordinates of the run-site are 3.143896,101.6308743
Click on one of these icons to head to the run-site:
– From KL, take Jalan Damansara toward Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI).
– At the section 16 toll, take toll plaza A on the left toward TTDI.
– After paying the toll, drive toward TTDI and turn right at the 2nd traffic light into Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad. You will see Pizza Hut on your right.
– Drive straight along this road, with shops on both sides, passing 2 sets of traffic lights. You will see VADS Building (former IBM Tower) further down the road, on your right.
– Drive straight on to the end of the road, Trellises apartment is on your left and Kiara Green on your right.
– Turn left into Changkat Abang Haji Openg – this road has plenty of parking for joggers and walkers (and us)
– Hash Heritage site is up small driveway on left (look out for Junior Hash sign) after approximately 200m.
The site has limited parking, so unless you really need to drive in (e.g. committee bringing hash equipment) please consider parking on Changkat Abang Haji Openg and walking the short distance to the Hash Heritage site.