20 Waterfalls in Malaysia Not To Be Missed in 2022
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Malaysia’s Waterfalls

Kota Tinggi Waterfalls, Mahua Waterfall, Rainbow Fall, Sungai Chiling Waterfalls, Jelawang Waterfall, Sekayu Waterfall, Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls, Lasir Waterfall, Kanching Falls, and more.

Malaysia is a land blessed with abundant greenery, deep and dense jungles, and scenic landscapes which are dotted with some of the most exotic waterfalls. Kota Tinggi, Mahua, Rainbow, Sunga Chiling, Gian Klimau, Jalawang, Sekayu, and Telaga Tujuh are some of the greatest waterfalls in Malaysia that you can enjoy with friends and family alike.

If you are a nature lover and looking for some peaceful time amid the natural bounty of the place, Malaysia waterfalls can be your best escapades. Enjoy the mesmerizing surrounding beauty of the place at Kota Tinggi, Ulu Chepor, or the Lata Kinjang Waterfall. You can also head to some of the waterfalls here that offer great picnic and bbq spots such as the Mahua waterfall or just for dipping yourself in the pool like at the Telaga Tujuh waterfalls. You can also enjoy swimming, hiking, trekking, bird watching, and a plethora of other activities at the waterfalls in Malaysia.

Here is the list of best waterfalls in Malaysia

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01

Kota Tinggi Waterfalls

  • The Kota Tinggi waterfalls are located within the Kota Tinggi district of Johor, and are among the most breathtaking waterfalls in Malaysia.
  • They comprise two falls here, one near the entrance to the park, and a bigger one which is nestled further down the trail. 
  • Spend quality time here, where you can get together with your entire family and enjoy a nature filled picnic.
  • Enjoy a dip with hired tubes available here as the park also houses two man-made slides near the entrance.
  • A haven for nature lovers who can go trekking along the natural trails and enjoy bird-watching. 

    Best Time:
    Early January to late March

    Location:
    Sungai Pelepah, Gunung Panti Recreational forest, 81900 Kota Tinggi, Johor

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02

Mahua Waterfall

  • Enjoy the picturesque views as you drive up to Mahua Waterfall, one of the most elegant waterfalls in Malaysia. 
  • The road to the falls winds through the Crocker Range often narrowing down in parts.
  • There is ample parking at the top and you will find a lot of tourists come here well prepared with picnic baskets and swimwear for the falls.
  • You can trail the falls along the brick lined pathways steeped in nature’s bounty on either side.
  • Continue your trek till you reach a bridge from where you can see the falls and then head down to the bottom where it forms a big pool.

    Best Time:
    September - October

    Location:
    Kg. Patau, Tambunan, Sabah

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03

Rainbow Fall

  • One of the most prominent waterfalls in Malaysia, the Rainbow fall is also a major landmark in the Sungai Lembing area.
  • Visit these falls in the morning hours around 9 or 10 AM when the rays of the sun fall on the waters in such a way that it radiates with a rainbow effect, hence the name.
  • Enjoy a trek of almost 45 minutes along dirt roads and through small streams and waterways to reach these beautiful falls, which makes it quite adventurous.
  • Witness an amazing sight of mini rainbows along the water, when you reach the spot.

    Best Time:
    October is the best time of the year to visit when the rainbows seem more prominent

    Location:
    Sungai Lembing, Pahang

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04

Sungai Chiling Waterfalls

  • A very popular locale for hiking enthusiasts, the Sungai Chiling waterfalls offers a trail that is extremely scenic.
  • The waterfall area is also a very popular picnic spot both among locals as well as visitors whom you will find heading here with friends and family and a well-stocked lunch basket.
  • Experience an adventurous hiking trip as you cross several rivulets and streams in the course of your hour-long trek before you reach this Malaysia waterfall.
  • Find the cool waters of the fall amid beautifully maintained surroundings worth all the trek. 
  • Visit the fish sanctuary that is also located here.

    Best Time:
    Plan your trip here on Fridays, Saturdays, or Sundays when the waterfalls remain open as per the Fisheries Department here

    Location:
    44000 Kuala Kubu Bharu, Selangor

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05

Temurun Waterfall

  • Visit Temurun which is the tallest among all the waterfalls in Malaysia that originates from a black rock situated in the Mat Cincang Nature Park of Datai. 
  • Watch the beautiful sight as the waterfall cascades down across three distinct tiers lending a tranquil refreshing calmness in the otherwise local tropical climate which is mostly humid.
  • Let your children play, swim, and enjoy other activities with the family at the first tier of the falls that creates a shallow pool and is only a short walk from the car park.
  • Enjoy mesmerizing views of the waterfall creating a natural pool at the base complete with picture perfect gazebos along the sides that make the place ideal for picnics.

    Best Time:
    The best time to visit Temurun waterfall is during the monsoon months of September and October when the falls have adequate water gushing down. 

    Location:
    161, Jalan Datai, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia

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06

Lata Bukit Hijau

  • Witness these scenic series of waterfalls that make their way down the beautiful forests cloaking the mountainside.
  • Visit here just before dawn to enjoy mesmerizing views of the rising sun as background to these marvelous waters.
  • Marvel at the sight of a plethora of multi-hued butterflies here especially during the early morning hours.

    Best Time:
    September - October

    Location:
    Banjaran Bintang Ranges on the west coast of northern Peninsular Malaysia.

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07

Jelawang Waterfall

  • Visit one of the highest waterfalls in Malaysia, the Jelawang Waterfall located in the Gunong Stong State Forest Park in Jelawang. 
  • The seven tier waterfall dropping down an impressive height of over 300 meters, is an awe-inspiring sight and one you should not miss if you are visiting Malaysia.
  • Enjoy the beautiful sights in the surrounding area or take a dip in the cool waters, at the pool at the base of the falls.
  • If you wish to explore your adventurous side, you can embark on a trek as you climb the adjacent seven peaks. 

    Best Time:
    September - October

    Location:
    Dabong Forest Reserve, 18200 Kelantan

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08

Sekayu Waterfall

  • Escape the heat of the city by visiting this great destination, the Sekayu Waterfall which is located amid cool surroundings of lush greenery along the hillsides.
  • Take a dip in the pool at the bottom of the waterfall or carry your BBQ equipment to enjoy a sumptuous meal of lamb, chicken, or beef, freshly barbecued in this beautiful setting.
  • If you are looking for some extra adventure, you can find a relatively safe high cliff for a jump into the water.
  • The surrounding jungles also provide camping facilities which you can partake of by liaising with the local management authorities.

    Best Time:
    September - October

    Location:
    Hutan Lipur, Sekayu, 21700 Kuala Berang, Terengganu

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09

Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls

  • Savor the natural beauty of one of the most visually attractive Malaysia waterfalls which is also very popular among adventure seekers, theTelaga Tujuh Waterfalls. 
  • Make your way to the very top along a series of steps here and enjoy breathtaking views from there.
  • Located along the western headlands of Langkawi, it is also known as the Seven Wells Waterfalls among the islanders owing to the seven natural pools which are interconnected and source water from seven different falls.
  • Enjoy the rich flora and fauna of the place, which includes unique lime plants and wildlife such as the long-tailed macaque, hornbills, and giant squirrels.

    Best Time:
    The best time to visit Telaga Tujuh is during the monsoon months of September and October when it is at its roaring best and the weather remains relatively cool

    Location:
    Telaga Harbour Park, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah

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10

Lasir Waterfall

  • Visit Lake Kenyir in Terengganu which is not only the country’s largest man-made lake but is also known for some of the largest waterfalls here. This includes one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Malaysia, the Lasir Waterfall. 
  • Watch the waters tumble alongside the steep mountainside effortlessly through stone formations creating multi-leveled pools. 
  • Witness the way the water gushes down from a height of nearly 153 meters. 
  • There are five levels to the waterfall each of which form ponds that are perfect for a cooling and refreshing swim. 

    Best Time:
    September - October

    Location:
    Kuala Berang, Terengganu

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11

Jeram Toi

  • Visit Jerem Toi, one of the most popular tourist attractions where a lot of locals as well as visitors throng to spend quality time with family.
  • Enjoy a good swim in the natural pools, have a picnic, or dig into a delectable BBQ lunch by the side of the refreshingly cool waters when you visit this Malaysia Waterfall. 
  • Although located within a forest reserve area, getting here does not require much of a trek unlike various other waterfalls in Malaysia.
  • If you are a trekking enthusiast and wish to explore the area on foot, there is also a hiking trail here. 

    Best Time:
    September - October

    Location:
    86, 71600 Kuala Klawang, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

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12

Lata Kinjang Waterfall

  • Enjoy spectacular views of this multi-tiered waterfall located in Tapah town at the foot of Cameron Highlands.
  • Witness one of the most majestic waterfalls in Malaysia known for its sheer beauty and grace as its waters cascade down the side of a mountain along several distinct levels.
  • Falling from a height of almost 200 meters, this is also one of the tallest waterfalls in Malaysia that can be viewed from the North – South Expressway.
  • Marvel at the several legends and myths surrounding these falls that are believed by the local tribes who live here, and makes the place even more interesting.

    Best Time:
    September - October

    Location:
    Lata Kinjang Waterfall, North-South Expressway, 35300 Chenderiang, Perak

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13

Lata Tengkoh Penyel

  • Enjoy a drive through the hilly areas of the region to reach the Lata Tengkoh Penyel, one of the waterfalls in Malaysia, nestled within the Sungai Siput District.
  • Once you reach the park, you will need to trek around 600 meters from the gate to reach the waterfall.
  • Enjoy the walk which is quite scenic with a number of bamboo and rattan huts along the way that have been built here by the local tribes for visitors who wish to spend the night here.

    Best Time:
    September - October

    Location:
    Orang Asli village of Kampung Pendek, Pos Yum (Sungai Siput District)

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14

Chamang Waterfall

  • Experience the luxurious beauty, scenic walk which is almost flat, and the beautiful Perting River flowing far below when you visit the Chamang waterfall, located near Bertong.
  • Enjoy a big family get together as the place is perfect for congregations and is fitted with a variety of amenities for guests including changing rooms and toilets.
  • The unique waterfall offers wide rocky spaces around it which makes it perfect for spreading a picnic mat and setting up a portable BBQ kit. 

    Best Time:
    September - October

    Location:
    Chamang Waterfall, Bentong, Pahang

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15

Air Terjun Panching

  • Visit Air Terjun Panching, popularly known as the Sungai Pandan, a spectacular Malaysia waterfall that is located near the capital city of the state Pahang.
  • Catch the best views of the surrounding area including the waterfall by choosing to head towards the suspension bridge and climbing atop it as you make your way towards the main fall.
  • Watch the sharp torrent of the falls that makes it come down at great speed, split into a few sections that then form several different threads of cascading falls that finally culminate at the base in a wading pool.

    Best Time: 
    September - October

    Location:
    Air Terjun Panching, Kuantan, Pahang

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16

Lata Iskandar

  • If you are on a holiday and on the way to Tapah, this is an absolute must-stop where you can catch some splendid views and a mesmerizing experience.
  • Watch the waters of one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Malaysia as the cascades along a series of distinct slopes over granite hill sides.
  • Make your way to the waterfall after a 20 minute trek through the dense jungle across traditional wooden chalets, which have been built here by the local tribe. 
  • You can also rent these little dwellings if you wish to spend the night here.

    Best Time:
    September - October

    Location:
    Lata Tengkoh Penyel, Sungai Siput, Perak

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17

Ulu Chepor Waterfall

  • Located just 10 km from Ipoh City, this Malaysia waterfall is extremely scenic as it is surrounded by hills covered in lush tropical rainforest.
  • Head to this spot which is ideal if you are looking at getting away from the bustle of city life to enjoy a relaxed and quiet afternoon picnicking amid nature’s abundance.
  • The nearby area also has several facilities for visitors including camp sites, prayer halls, multi-purpose halls, and washrooms.
  • If you are looking for trekking even further, the park around the waterfall is well maintained and offers a downhill track. 

    Best Time:
    September - October

    Location:
    31200 Chemor, Perak

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18

Kanching Falls

  • Make your way through the Sungai Kajang Tropical forest to reach the Kanching Falls, a very popular location for picnickers, as well as for those looking at camping, swimming, and jungle walking.
  • Explore your photography skills and click pictures of fast moving waterfalls at this spot which is also among the top waterfalls in Malaysia. 
  • Relish the immense natural beauty of the place that is significantly enhanced by these falls as they cascade down from a height of 120 meters across seven levels.

    Best Time:
    September - October

    Location:
    Kilometer 17, Jalan, Jalan Rawang, Templer Baiduri

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19

Giam Klimau Waterfall

  • This is one of the hidden gems in the region which not many tourists are aware of and thus making it one of the best waterfalls in Malaysia that you should visit.
  • You can access this fall only through an oil palm plantation which is best covered in an SUV owing to its bumpy terrain.
  • Enjoy your trek that will take you to a trail from where it is only a short walk through the bushes.
  • Witness Giam Klimau which is a unique waterfall known as a curtain fall as it drops on the hard rock surface instead of a pool while the actual pool is a few meters away. 

    Best Time:
    September-October

    Location:
    South-east of Niah National Park, Sarawak

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20

Chin Farm Waterfall

  • Embark on a splendid hike along the beach, quaint village roads, a few streams, and pathways through the jungle to reach this beautiful spot.
  • One of the less traveled, unspoiled locales, the Chin Farm waterfall is also one of the hidden gems here.
  • You may not find many people when you visit here, only a few long-tailed monkeys that inhabit the surrounding areas.
  • Lounge by the waterfront watching beautiful butterflies and dragonflies flitting about or take a dip into the pool at the base of the waterfall.

    Best Time:
    September - October

    Location:
    Lot 484 & 485, jalan batu ferringhi batu ferringhi, 11100 penang, Pulau Pinang

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  1. Which are the best Waterfalls to visit for adventure activities in Malaysia?

    • Kota Tinggi Waterfalls: This is among the most beautiful waterfalls in Malaysia which also features several man-made slides. You can enjoy these activities with your family and kids at the Kota Tinggi waterfall.
    • Rainbow Fall: this rather elusive waterfall is hidden deep within the jungles and can be accessed after a long trek. Enjoy the adventures along the way here to finally culminate in witnessing some of the most mesmerizing rainbows through the waterfall’s mist.
    • Sungai Chiling Waterfalls: this is an ideal spot for adrenaline junkies looking for thrill here. Your trek here includes crossing 6 rivers complete with deep waters, and strong currents.
    • Kanching Falls: this Malaysian waterfall is not very popular with locals, hence, making it the perfect place for tourists to explore some natural beauty with more peace and quiet. This is a great place if you wish to avoid large crowds and enjoy camping and swimming activities as well.
    • Lata Tengkoh Penyel waterfalls: when you visit here, you will find some unique bamboo, rattan and wooden chalets in the jungle built by the local tribe. You can spend an adventurous night by the water’s edge in one of these tiny dwellings.

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  2. Which are the best places to visit in Malaysia?

    • Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur: These are two of the tallest buildings in the world that run nearly 76 elevators. It is possibly the most popular attraction in Malaysia where visitors can head to the observation deck for stunning views of the city.
    • Batu Caves, Selangor: This unique cave complex is among the best places to visit in Malaysia for its mammoth golden Lord Murugan statue, as well as the colorful staircase comprising over 250 steps leading into the caves.
    • Gunung Mulu National Park: This UNESCO World Heritage Site features massive stunning caves with karst limestone pinnacles that resemble human-like formations. It also boasts the largest passage and largest underground chamber in the world.
    • Temurun Waterfall: Visit one of the most striking Malaysia waterfalls as it gushes down lush hillsides along its three distinct tiers. Inhale the amazing natural beauty of rough Malaysian trails dotted with local habitat and lush greenery.

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  3. What is the best time to visit Malaysia?

    The best time to visit Malaysia is between the months of December and April. The weather remains quite pleasant during this time to enjoy sightseeing activities.

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  4. What is the tallest waterfall in Malaysia?

    The Jelawang Waterfall located in the Gunung Stong State Forest Park is Malaysia’s tallest waterfall. It falls from a height of almost 303 meters above sea level.

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