The Chapman’s Challenge returns to Malaysia’s Pangkor Laut

The fifth instalment of The Chapman’s Challenge is back on the beaches of Pangkor Laut from August 25 to 27.

Renowned for its challenging routes and breath-taking landscapes, this year’s edition of The Chapman’s Challenge has a new Official Timekeeper, NORQAIN. The race consists of a 3.8km road run around the island and 2.4km through the untouched rainforest, culminating with a 1km swim in the sea off Emerald Bay.

The Chapman’s Challenge returns to Pangkor Laut with challenging routes and breath-taking landscapes

The race is a tribute to Colonel Spencer Chapman, a British officer-naturalist who demonstrated extraordinary courage, endurance, and mental toughness during World War II.

The winner of the challenge will receive the 42mm NORQAIN’s Wild One Khaki timepiece (valued at 24,680 ringgit) by Swiss watchmaking company NORQAIN.

Priced from 2,600 ringgit (US$567) per villa for two adults, the package at Pangkor Laut Resort includes accommodation for two nights, return scheduled speedboat transfer to and from Marina Island Pangkor, daily meals, entry for The Chapman’s Challenge 2023, post-race refreshments for each race participant, and pre-dinner cocktails and beach barbecue dinner on August 26.

For more information, visit The Chapman’s Challenge.

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