Welcome to the official web page
(Updated on 16-09-2015)

The KL Junior Hash House Harriers

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Introduction 4th of Oct, 2015 News

Photo album KLJHHH Facebook

Hareline 2013/2014 Committee

Thanks to our kind Sponsors:

- Jarrod and Rawlins

- AGS Fourwinds

- 360 Financial

- Oakley Steel


The Kuala Lumpur Junior Hash House Harriers meet for their Hash Runs on the first Sunday of each month. The activity is intended as a family outing patterned along the lines of the traditional Hash Runs but oriented towards young participants.

Generally, venues are within an hour's drive of KL and trails are often in rubber or oil palm estates. For most of today's children who grow up in an urban environment, these Runs provide many opportunities to see wild animals, plants and other wonders of nature - not to mention a chance to get a little bit muddy!

Each Junior Hash Run has Long and Short Runs; the Long Run usually takes more than an hour while the Short Run can be done in 30 ~ 45 minutes, even at walking pace. The trails are indicated by paper with some false trails occasionally thrown in. There are sometimes streams to cross and rarely does anyone return back clean!

The Runs are organised and supervised by adults and the safety of the children is given much attention. However, parents are required to accompany their children on the Runs and to look after them at all times.
After each Run there is a "circle" where participants are given awards to mark their achievement, and new guests are introduced. From time to time, there are special Runs where freebies are given and drinks/snacks are provided. However please prepare drinks/snacks for your own kids for the Run. Most families remain after the run and enjoy a picnic (bring a tarp/blanket)! Also please remember to bring water, insect repellent, and a change of clothes (we tend to get very dirty!).

Information and the location of each month's Run can be found on this website (below). You can also join our E-Mail list and we'll send you a reminder each month with the directions.

The children are also encouraged to act as 'scribes' and recall their experiences either with a report or a drawing which posted on the website.

Any family can join the KL Junior Hash House Harriers and about half of the present membership are Malaysians. There is no minimum age limit -- there are parents who carry babies on their backs! You can either join us as a Guest for each Run (Guest fees are RM10 per child), or choose to apply for membership (RM100 per child per year with a one-time RM10 registration fee). There is no charge for Parents/Adults! The advantages of KLJHHH membership are: Our financial/membership year runs from September to August. For those joining between May and August, a half year subscription is payable.

There is no need for an invitation or anything - just show up to the run site and join us!

Note that the KLJHHH is an ENTIRELY non-profit organisation that is comprised of volunteer, like-minded parents that just want to provide a fun and enjoyable outlet for our kids.



We now have an automated e-mail list that allows you to add or remove yourself from our e-mail notices.

If you'd like to be reminded of our runs and other events, please click HERE and enter your information.

If you'd like to stop receiving our e-mails, please click HERE and follow the instructions.

If you'd like to modify your e-mail address, phone number or other information, please click HERE.

Dear Hashers,

Next run is the AGM run this is your chance to volunteer for committee posts!
We are still looking for volunteers to spend some hours per month to continue organizing this event. Please volunteer as we need new parents on the committee to keep the Junior Hash alive.

There are still several posts vacant that need to be filled.

If interested pls send an email to ONSEC.KLJHHH@Gmail.com or come forward coming Sunday.

The coming run is the start of the new Hash year, time to renew your subscription for 2015-2016. The subscription fee remains at RM100.00 per child (age 3 and above).
There will be a refreshment stall selling drinks and Premium Rawlins hot dogs.

Remember to check out our KLJHHH Facebook page and give it a like!

Run directions are below.

See you at the run!

KLJH3 Run Nr: 413: Sunday 4th of October, 2015

VENUE: Kota Damansara Community Forest Reserve

TRAVEL TIME: Allow 1 hr


HARE: Adia Taylor

CO-HARE(S): Amber Freer


Look it up on Google Maps:
-go to Google Maps
-Search for: N 003.10.97 E 101.34.50


1. Via LDP (coming from Puchong)
Proceed past 1 Utama Mall then exit immediately next left (The Curve) - zero tripmeter.
Keep right and enter tunnel then follow the MRT construction until 2.9 kms traffic lights turn right (Giza Mall on right)
Proceed on Persiaran Mahogani until the 6th traffic light at 5.3 kms then turn right into Jalan Merbah 10/1 Kota Damansara Seksyen 10
The run site is at the end of the road, plenty of parking.

2. Via MRR2 from Kepong
Travelling from Kepong towards Sungai Buloh, zero tripmeter as you pass Atrium building on the left (Courts store)
Just after the Valencia/Sierramas exit, keep left and at 3.3 kms take the left turn towards Shah Alam
After the Lot 18 sign and garden centre on the left at 5.5 kms turn left towards Kota Damansara.
Follow this road until the 4th traffic light at 8.5 kms and turn left into Jalan Merbah 10/1 run site is at the end of the road.

If you wish to print out just the Run directions, click here and the text will appear in a separate window from which you can print a copy.

News and Reminders

For you new members, please know that after the run we have a circle where awards and "punishments" are handed out. It's more fun when there are a lot of people involved!

Please take note that we now allocate hares for future runs.

Those families allocated are responsible for setting the run on that day or finding a replacement and notifying the committee of same. Once run directions are available, please email to onsec@kljhhh.org. If you need assistance in finding an experienced co-hare, please ask. Also, if you want to set a special run at any time within the following 12 months (eg. for child's birthday, national event in home country, etc.), please let the committee know.

Annual Fees Revision:
Annual fees will be RM100 / child and joining fee for new members will remain at RM10, as will guest fee per child per run.
Annual feels are due for renewal at the AGM Run (September), and must be paid by November Run latest or else membership will lapse. The Junior Hash has at least 2 celebration runs per annum, at which a combination of free food / entertainment / gifts is provided to members (guests pay special fees on the day). Added to that, each member receives an engraved pewter mug / medal at each milestone (12th run).

Freebies / Hasherdabery:

We still have T-shirts to give away upon registration, so if members or their guests need any more, just ask!

Here are a few general reminders about the Hash

  1. Please make sure your kids (and any guests) sign both OUT and IN on every run, and specify accurately which run they intend to do (LONG OR SHORT). At two runs recently, some members did not sign back in, meaning the Hares were on standby to go back into the jungle to search for them until it was established that they were back.
  2. Please educate / remind your kids of the Hash "paper" protocol:
    1. They are to keep ensuring they are running on the right type / shape of paper for the run they are on (otherwise they could get terribly lost)
    2. One of the objectives of "checks" is to keep the runners closer together - the front runners should do the "checking", and the breaking of checks should be done by the kids, who should then organise the joining up of the paper into a continuous trail so that those behind do not have to "check" all over again and become even slower in finishing
    3. Hash calls (kids need to be trained to use these):
      • R U - calling to those in front or checking to see if anyone within earshot is on paper
      • Checking - replying to those who call R U that you haven't found the paper trail yet and are still checking
      • On on - calling when found paper / when running on the paper trail
  3. Hares: We would not have a Junior Hash without a willing hare each month and we know how much effort goes into finding a suitable site and setting runs there, often with several recce trips beforehand. We'd just like to remind you all to please choose a site where there is a safe and quiet parking area, away from any traffic passing through, and make sure to bring / lay sufficient paper to minimise the risk of anyone getting lost. If a run is set near to a kampung / village, it's advisable to use flour / coffee for the 2 respective trails, rather than paper, so that the trail does not get moved / tampered with. Any check laid on both long and short runs should be easily broken by the kids themselves and, to avoid confusion and mayhem, there should be no false trails. As a general guide, short runs should be tailored for 3 to 6 year olds and be an easy 45 minute walk for the average 4-yr-old. Long runs should be no longer than 6 kms. Neither run should have any long stretch of walking along a river bed, but multiple river crossings are OK on both.
    Before the start of each run, we would like the hare to give the runners a brief introduction for that day, as follows:
    • explain the concept of paper / checks (we have been getting a very large number of guests on recent runs, and hares should therefore assume that many of the runners are totally new to hashing)
    • introduce each of the day's runs:
      • shape of paper for each
      • number of checks on each
      • approximate length (time and / or distance) of each
      • any dangers or unusual elements (eg. how long is walk along road / river, back to site, where more lengthy than normal)
    • lead warm-up exercise session (or organize someone to do this)
  4. The Junior Hash is one of the ways in which we, the parents, can pass on good values about caring for the environment to our children. Please ensure all rubbish is taken home with you after the run. Litterbugs are not welcome!
  5. Dogs on runs:
    Whilst families are welcome to give their dogs an outing on our runs, here are a couple of reminders to those canine owners:
    • If your dog is temperamental or does not yet know how to socialise with others, they are better left at home. Not all our young members and guests are comfortable with dogs, so we would prefer not to have any scenes which may frighten them.
    • We rely on the owners to be as vigilant about clearing any doggy messes around our runsites, and in the middle of the paper trail, as they are in and around their own homes.
    • Dogs MUST be kept on leads, both for the comfort and safety of our members and guests who are not so familiar with dogs, and for the safety of any herds of sheep/goats/cows we encounter along the trail. Remember, we are running on private property most of the time.
  6. Number of runs:
    Please make sure you regularly check the registration list as to the number of runs your child has "clocked up", just so that any discrepancies are dealt with straight away.

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Almost There (Before Run 413)


Awards Given at Run 412


AMBER FREER for 36 runs


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Upcoming Runs and Hareline

3779th September, 2012Taylor FamilyAGM 2012 Run
3787th October, 2012Schoemaker Family
3794th November, 2012Hawkins FamilyHalloween Run
3802nd December, 2012Sweeney Family Christmas Run
38113th January, 2013Veldkamp Family
3823rd February, 2013Freer Family CNY Run
3833rd March, 2013Bisby Family
3847th April, 2013Bubeck FamilyEaster Egg Hunt Run
38512th May, 2013Nakagami FamilyShotaro's Birthday Run
3862nd June, 2013Taylor FamilyAdia's Birthday Run
3877th July, 2013 Riezebos Family
3884th August,2013Teoh Family
3898th September, 2013Scourse FamilyAGM 2013 Run
39013th October, 2013Beekkerk Family
39110th November, 2013Thompson FamilyHalloween Run
3921srt December, 2013Holt FamilyChristmas Run 2013
39312th January, 2014Schoemaker Family
39416th February, 2014Corea Family CNY Run
39509th March, 2014v/d Geer family
39606th April, 2014Holt family
39704th May, 2014Scourse family
39808th June, 2014Tan Family
39906th July, 2014Oakley Family
40003th August, 2014Cheng Family
40114th September, 2014Freer FamilyAGM 2013 Run
4025th October, 2014Veldkamp Family
4032nd November, 2014Tey Family Halloween Run
4047th December, 2014Richards Family Christmas Run 2013
40511th January, 2015 Evan Schoemaker
4061rst February, 2015 Cooper & Early Family
4071rst March, 2015 Nikolai Wilson & Zoe Miller CNY Run
4081rst April, 2015 Holt Family Easter run
40910th May, 2015 Nakagami Family
4107th June, 2015 French Family
4115th July, 2015 Leach Family
4122nd August, 2015 Voss Family
41313th October, 2015 Taylor Family

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Grand Master:

Paul Freer

Joint Master:

Richard Holt


Mee Leng Dekker


On Cash:

Felicia Choo

Committee Members:

Database & Web Site:

Robbert Veldkamp


Vicky Holt


Bong-Eyo Soh


Miho Nakagami


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The Little Hasher Song

He's a little Hasher, short and stout
Not much bigger than a brussels sprout,
When he's hashing...
On ~ On he'll shout
As he runs around the jungle,
trying to get out!
Drink it down ~ down ~ down....

The Hash Birthday Song

Happy Birthday to you
You're a Hasher through and through
You look like a Hasher
And you smell like one too!!
Drink it down ~ down ~ down....

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Special thanks to Sim Campbell for having established and maintained this webpage. Since Year 2005 this website has been updated by the KLJHHH committee members. Please feel free to send us e-mail with comments and suggestions on how the webpage can be improved.

Our e-mail address is: OnSec@kljhhh.org