Gabai Waterfalls, Kuala Lumpur
Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
Take a dip in the natural pools created by Gabai Waterfalls. Hold on to the handrail and climb the 333 steps to go all the way up, stopping at the shelters and gazebos if you need to rest along the way. Wear rubber sandals to protect your feet and avoid slipping on slick rocks. After passing the second cascade with a distinctive near-vertical drop, cross a concrete bridge to reach a natural water slide. Note that the place can get crowded during weekends and public holidays. Make Gabai Waterfalls part of your personalized Kuala Lumpur itinerary using our Kuala Lumpur vacation trip planner.
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Here's some coordinates in case anyone is lost: N 3°9'59.7096", E 101°54'21.9168" The place is pretty awesome. I spent 6 hours there on my first time, went in the afternoon and came back at 7 in the e... read more »
Добрать на метро и пешком можно, но довольно долго, а мы в этот день хотели еще успеть в ряд мест, поэтому по совету портье взяли такси. Довольно милое место: настоящий экваториальный лес с водопадами... read more »Get on the subway and on foot, but for quite a long time, and we wanted to this day still catch in a number of places, so on the advice of the Porter took a taxi. Pretty nice place: this equatorial forest with waterfalls (take something warm, chilly there). An alternative trip to reserves.show original
We went there during the school holiday and it was crowded. Parking is difficult and we were told by the parking guard that in Sunday it is much more crowded. Its beautiful in its nature. Its suitable... read more »
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