About The Gallery

This is a recollection of the past and present members of ODAC shown in pictures.

As the Committee changes and grows every year it is also important to hold on to the memories of our seniors and the foundations they have laid for us.

 

 

Public Trips

Public trips are planned by the ODAC Main committee every year during the term and semester breaks. The trips below are just some of the many trips that we have planned. Each year is different depending on the committee!

Mt. Ophir

Mount Ophir is a mountain in the Gunung Ledang National Park located in Tangkak District, Johor, Malaysia. The summit is located between the border of Muar and Melaka. Standing at 1,276 m, it is the 64th highest mountain in Malaysia.

Perak

Participants experienced various water activities during the 2D1N stay at Adeline's Resthouse, Gopeng. The participants visited Gua Tempurung, the largest natural limestone structure in Peninsular Malaysia. Participants also abseiled down the near vertical Ulu Geruntum Waterfall, which was an exhilarating experience. The next day, participants went white-water rafting down the river with amazingly strong current.

Mt. Rinjani

Mt. Rinjani, Lombok’s famous volcano, Soar 3726 meters above sea level and is the second highest volcano in Indonesia, attracting thousands of trekkers and climbers annually. The huge crater near the top contains a beautiful lake, Danau Segara Anak ( Child of The Sea Lake ) and a smaller volcanic cone called Mount Baru jari, which was formed a couple of hundred years ago. There are number of caves, small waterfalls and hot springs located around the volcano.

Gunung Tahan

Mount Tahan (Malay: Gunung Tahan), at 2,187 m, is the highest point in Peninsular Malaysia. It is located within the Taman Negara national forest, in the state of Pahang. The mountain is part of the Tahan Range in the Tenasserim Hills and is popular with local climbers. In the Malay language, ‘gunung’ means ‘mountain’, while ‘tahan’ means ‘endure’. Thus, the name of the mountain suggests that a certain level of physical endurance is required to conquer it. Gunung Tahan is considered by many to be one of the toughest treks in Peninsular Malaysia.

odac photoshoots

We come together every year to take family photos!

SHIRT ARCHIVES

Scroll through the history of our SUBCOMMITTEE and MAINCOMMITTEE T-SHIRTS