Are you feeling hot and want a place to chill? Thinking of heading to the beach? Let’s go to Sungai Pandan Waterfall for a cool splash!
Sungai Pandan Waterfall is located about 25km away from Kuantan City. The waterfall is hiding in the forest; it is surrounded by tall trees, with peaceful environment and fresh air. So driving is the best option to the waterfall. Since the place is managed by a private company; we have to pay RM 2 per adult and RM 1 per child for entry.
Sungai Pandan Waterfall is a recreational park that is suited for everyone. A lot of families love to come here and have a picnic. They enjoy the cool water splashing way down from uphill. Kids can play around the area; the waterfall is safe for them. The depth of water is just at knee level.
The place is equipped with a toilet and small shop. A gazebo can also be found in the park. Don’t worry about food and drinks, there are food stalls all around. You can also prepare your own food and drinks.
The water is from uphill in the jungle. The water is cool and crystal clear. It’s nice to soak your body in the water, totally different from the tap water from your house.
Give a day for your mind and body to enjoy the freshness of nature. Give yourself a day to relax at the Sungai Pandan Waterfall.
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