In 2017, when we first began building our #Camper, our #Requirementswere –

1. To be able to sleep comfortably when camping.
2. Be able to still carry passengers inside Vanhalen (our #ToyotaLiteace)
3. Build a camper within a very #SmallBudget.

Big brands like #Yakima & #Tepui can cost you anything between USD$1000 to 3000 and spending that much on a #RoofTopTent meant no budget for our solar set up. So we decided to source one locally.

The one we bought was RM3000 from Xtrek 4×4 Accessories and this is the#ReviewVideo we made for our RTT after using it for several months.
PM us for a CNY #PROMO of this item.

We will also be testing the Xtrek Pop Up Tent to see how it is for comfort and convenience so stay tuned. 

The ROOF TOP TENT when closed looks like this. The height specifications of a Roof Rack and a Roof Top Tent is within the limit that is listed on the JPJ website. Do check that out yourself when making your mods.


If you’re not sure about the campervan lifestyle and just want to try it out without breaking your bank, we suggest doing it this way. You won’t have to take out any seating and spend money renovating the interior. The best thing about a Roof Top Tent is that you won’t be breaking any laws with JPJ by removing seats within your Van. If you wanted to sell off your van, you would just remove the roof top tent and there won’t be any headaches with Puspakom Inspection during your sale procedure. If you renovate your Van into a Camper you risk having to reset your Van back to it’s original state in order for a sale to go through.

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