Malaysia Waterfalls

Belumut waterfalls (Johor)

See Sungei Yong waterfalls

 

Sungei Yong waterfall

Sungei Yong waterfall

Berkelah Waterfalls (Pahang)

This is one of the most poplular waterfall for Singaporeans. The place is now quite dirty due to its popularity and some irresponsible people who leave their trash behind. Nevertheless, there are many campsites beside the river where you can take a cool dip.

 

Berkelah waterfalls

Berkelah waterfalls

Chiling Waterfalls (Selangor)

A well-kept waterfall trek that combines forest route and river crossing. The trek to the waterfall is about 1 h and yet it is simple enough for beginners who would like to have a taste of trekking in Malaysia.

 

Chiling watefall

Chiling watefall

Endau Rompin, Selai waterfalls(Johor)

Selai is one of two entry points into Endau Rompin. There are many waterfalls located in this area of the national park. The biggest being Takah Tinggi.

 

Takah Tinggi waterfall

Takah Tinggi waterfall

Jelawang Waterfall (Kelantan)

Jelawang waterfall is perhaps the highest waterfall in South East Asia. To reach the top of the waterfall from its base takes more than half an hour of trekking. The area also boast many mountains such as Gunung Stong(1422m ), Gunung Baha(1309m) and Gunung Ayam(1504m).

 

Stong waterfall

Stong waterfall

Jerangkang Waterfall (Pahang)

Although Berkelah waterfall may be one of the most popular waterfall for Singaporean, very few know the existence of this waterfall just a few hundred meters away from the starting point of the trek to Berkelah waterfall.

 

Jerangkang waterfall

Jerangkang waterfall

Lembayung Waterfall (Pahang)

This beautiful waterfall is pretty much unkown to most people. Thus the area is clean and unspoiled by human intrusion.

 

Lembayung waterfall

Ophir Waterfalls (Johor)

Although many Singaporean had been to Mt Ophir before, few, if any actually stop by to admire the numerous waterfalls that can be found along the way to the “square pool” from Sagil route.

 

Mt Ophir waterfalls

Mt Ophir waterfalls

Pulai Waterfall and Gunung Pulai (Johor)

Both Pulai waterfall and Gunung Pulai (654m) are found in the Gunung Pulai Park. This is not a trekking trip rather, a drive to a waterfall to swim in the pool. As for Gunung Pulai, there is a tar road that leads all the way to a radio station at the top.

 

Pulai waterfalls

Pulai waterfalls

Puteri Waterfall (Johor)

See Ophir Waterfalls

 

Puteri Waterfall

Puteri Waterfall

Sungei Ampang Waterfall (Selangor)

Less than 30mins ride from the Kuala Lumpur city center, there lies a forest that is pretty much undisturbed. A few waterfalls can be found along the stream in the forest although trekkers have to beware of wild animals that resides in its interior.

 

Sungei Ampang

Sungei Ampang

Sungei Bantang and Other Waterfall (Johor)

Sungei Bantang is a Forest Park complete with carparks and toilet facilities. On its own, Sungei Bantang only have a stream with a few rapids to offer. However, further up the river system, there are waterfalls which you can visit and keep away from the human traffics.

 

Takah Sarang Keje I

Takah Sarang Keje I

Sungei Pelepah or Lumbong Waterfalls (Johor)

This is a pristine waterfall found near the town of Kota Tinggi. Its proximity to Singapore makes it an increasingly popular waterfall to trek to.

 

Sungei Pelepah waterfall

Sungei Pelepah waterfall

Sungei Tampit Waterfalls (Selangor)

This is a small peaceful forest river that have 8 waterfalls along its path. However, most of the waterfalls are very small except 2 which is about 3 and 4 storeys high respectively.

 

Sungei Tampit waterfall

Sungei Tampit waterfall

Sungei Yong or Belumut Waterfalls (Johor)

This waterfall is relatively unknown to most people. Thus it is one of the cleanest waterfalls mentioned in this website although the waterfall is not that spectacular.

 

Takah Berangin (Johor)

See Endau Rompin, Selai waterfalls

 

Takah Berangin

Takah Berangin

Takah Lantai Papah (Johor)

See Sungei Bantang and other waterfalls

 

Takah Lantai Papah I

Takah Lantai Papah I

Takah Pandan (Johor)

See Endau Rompin (Selai) waterfalls

 

Takah Padan

Takah Padan

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