The park is big with many spots where you can have a picnic or BBQ with friends. The waterfall is nice and high. If you go with kids you can go up to certain point otherwise it gets risky and slippery. The water is clean...More
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If you love the Mother Nature, it would be interesting to visit this place. Take your food and extra more for the monkeys and enjoy the party beside the waterfalls.
It is around 30 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur. Entry fees 5.30 ringgets. It has the large watefall and several smaller ones with pools. You can hike farther than the pools but keep in mind this part of the park is often closed if its...More
I loved Templer. It is so beautiful. There are a total of 5 levels (if I remember correctly.) Some of the stairs and pathways can be a bit tricky (steep) but it's worth the climb! I wouldn't recommend this for families with kids under the...More
i have already went to this waterfall 2 times back in 2013 and 2015 both of them done with a taxi private tour with a cost about 40 dollars . this time I am sort of budget traveler so decided to enjoy a day out...More
it is about 40km from the city using the old trunk road from Gombak. there is a parking at the entrance. you can take a walk up the stream to the waterfalls. it is shady and well covered with the virgin forest. the water comes...More
Approximately 40 minutes drive from the city centre of Kuala Lumpur (depending on the traffic), this park is for everyone to enjoy. I would rate this hiking path under the beginner's category. The only setback is that you can still find rubbish along the trekking...More