If you stay within city center, I should be able to pick you up from your accommodation, otherwise I will pick you up from MRT Pasar Seni located in the middle of Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur. The drive to the waterfall is surely a scenic one. We will drive along the Rawang Bypass, a 10km-highway which offers panoramic views of the Selangor Heritage Park as it cuts through the vast greenery of the rain forest. Standing at 58 meters (of its highest pillars), it is also the highest road in the country! The whole forest park has 7 tiers of waterfalls in total. As we reach our destination, we will take a 10-minute hike up to our picnic spot & it will be at either the 2nd or 3rd tier of the waterfalls (depending on crowd & weather condition) & entire hike will be on a properly built stairways so it is rather safe & easy. Depending on the group of guests that I have on the day, we may even hike up to the top tier should you wish so :-) We will spend about 2.5 hours of picnic here. No alcohol is provided but feel free to bring your own should you want to. You get to roam around the area on your own or take a dip into the natural pools for a refreshing swim! Just us and Mother Nature having our much-needed bonding session together.
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Some sandwiches, fried finger food & fried noodle/ rice.
Hugely underrated with the potential to be one of KL’s must visit natural attractions, this forest park boasts an impressive multi-tiered waterfall & forest trees found nowhere else in the world. It’s also the only place in the world where you’ll find wild Giam Kanching or Merawan Kanching (Hopea Subalata Symington) trees. There are only 270 of these critically endangered trees, although the Forest Reserve Institute of Malaysia is growing more.
Picnic by the scenic waterfall 瀑布폭포