Kuala Kubu Bharu Waterfall

2008-11-25 2

This waterfall is cool, the water flushing is really strong and fun. The idea of going to this waterfall is to get the total jungle adventures kind of feeling. Being out of the big city, traveling and trekking up hill. Listening to the beautiful sounds of nature. When we were trekking up looking for the waterfall, the water splashing sounds were already been heard and brought all the excitement even before we actually saw the waterfall. Kuala Kubu Bharu itself, is quite a small country sites, where there are still people and community there maintaining the whole place.

This waterfall is cool, the water flushing is really strong and fun. The idea of going to this waterfall is to get the total jungle adventures kind of feeling. Being out of the big city, traveling and trekking up hill. Listening to the beautiful sounds of nature. When we were trekking up looking for the waterfall, the water splashing sounds were already been heard and brought all the excitement even before we actually saw the waterfall. Kuala Kubu Bharu itself, is quite a small country sites, where there are still people and community there maintaining the whole place.

Aright, back to the moment at our first sight of seeing the waterfall, it was seriously amazing. It’s like you walk in a jungle for a long time, then when then moment you travel out from a bush and you saw this… Extremely awesome, is what you feel like when you’re viewing at the super natural landscape you are actually standing on.
We didn’t talk much there, all of us were just relaxing, hearing the water splashing, lying down and look straight up to the sky, sunshine was friendly. Besides relaxing, we had some fun though, we even jumping in the water for a couple of times.
It is a 2hours highway drive from Kuala Lumpur to the along West-North Coast, then took the Tg Malim exit, and start looking for Kota Kubu Bharu sign. Along your journey, you could even see a big lake beside the road, it was actually a so called Broken Dam, but it is beautiful.
Afterall, I got to say, that being there without any “man-made” noises but sounds and musics of nature, it was totally amazing.

written by weechonghooi on 2008-11-25 #places #nature #travel #landscape #waterfall #hill #location #jungle #relexing #trekking #adventures

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2 Comments

  1. jhunnie
    jhunnie ·

    wah...lovely fish submarine pics!!! :D

  2. weechonghooi
    weechonghooi ·

    thank you jhunnie... let's hope this a location of the week... haha~!!

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