Gabai Waterfalls

Gabai Waterfalls, Kuala Lumpur

Gabai Waterfalls - Kuala Lumpur
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ohteoh
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Easily accesible from KL but beware of the crowds on a weekend
out de 2019
A Cachoeira Sungai Gabai é facilmente acessível a partir de KL. Fui num domingo de manhã e cheguei às 8 da manhã e o encontrei deserto. Amplo estacionamento (se você chegar cedo) e há banheiros (RM 0, 50) por entrada. Para iniciar a caminhada, existem mais de 330 degraus até o nível mais baixo da cachoeira (as cavernas Batu têm 272). Isso leva você aos níveis mais baixos, onde existem grandes massas de água para passear, esta é a área realmente popular para churrascos e piqueniques e mostra como se vê mais lixo e pessoas desprezíveis deixando para trás restos de seus churrascos. Após esta seção, não há mais medidas adequadas e é preciso percorrer um caminho na selva ou percorrer a água para chegar às partes mais altas das cataratas. Após cerca de 30 minutos de caminhada (dependendo da velocidade), as quedas se nivelam em um riacho e tendem a ser muito mais calmas e tranquilas aqui. Às 9 da manhã, eu tinha quase todo o lugar para mim. Não andei muito mais longe (me disseram que percorre alguns quilômetros a montante), pois estava sozinho e chegou a um ponto em que não ouvia mais ninguém (ou melhor, ninguém podia me ouvir se eu tivesse que ligar para mim). Fora) : ) Enquanto eu saía e chegava aos níveis mais baixos (por volta das 9h45), havia churrascos completos e pelo menos 100 pessoas brincando e comendo. Então, o meu conselho - vá cedo ou em um dia da semana. Além disso, use calçados adequados, as pedras são realmente escorregadias e eu tenho as contusões para atestar isso. Ao todo, uma ótima viagem curta e que pode ser feita em meio dia.

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Arneefmn
Kuala Lumpur, Malásia27 contribuições
ago de 2020 • Casais
Pros:
One hour from KLCC, you will pass by Ampang lookout where you can capture the beautiful KL skyline, bench for picnic, fresh water to chill with

Cons:
Probably might need bigger dustbin at the picnic spot, it can be quite frustrating because some people just have lack of respect with a public space like this - Don't leave your garbage there please.
Feita em 13 de agosto de 2020
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상훈 정
1.257 contribuições
dez de 2019 • A sós
멋진 물소리를 들어면 나쁜 일은 모두 잊을 수 있을 것 같습니다. 더운 나라에서 이런 곳에 가니 너무 너무 시원하고 좋았습니다.
Feita em 18 de dezembro de 2019
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ohteoh
Kuala Lumpur, Malásia203 contribuições
out de 2019
The Sungai Gabai Waterfall is easily accessible from KL. I went on a Sunday morning and got there at 8am and found it deserted.
Ample parking (if you get here early) and there are toilet facilities (RM0.50) per entry.
To start the trek there are 330+ steps to the lower level of the waterfall (Batu Caves has 272). This gets you to the lower levels were there are larger bodies of water for wading, this is the area really popular for BBQs and picnics and it shows as one sees more litter and inconsiderate people leaving behind remnants of their BBQs.
After this section, there aren't anymore proper steps and one has to trek along a jungle path or wade thru the water to get to the higher parts of the falls.
After about a 30 minute hike (depending on how fast one goes) the falls flattens out into a stream and its tends to be a lot quieter & peaceful here. At 9am I had almost the entire place to myself. Didn't trek much further in (I'm told it goes for a few for kilometers upstream) as I was alone and reached a point whereby I couldn't hear anyone anymore (or rather no one could hear me if I had to call out) :)
As I made my way out and reach the lower levels (about 9.45am) there were full blown BBQs going on and at least 100 people playing and eating around.
So my advise - GO EARLY or on a weekday.
Also, wear proper footware, the rocks are real slippery and I have the bruises to attest to that.
All in all a great short trip and one that can be done in half a day.
Feita em 19 de outubro de 2019
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kz20162016
Yangon (Rangoon), Birmânia290 contribuições
out de 2019
The Sungai Gabai river, climbs down slowly step by step from the 4,797 ft high Gunung Besar Hantu (Big Ghost) mountain, It located in the state of Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, then flows into the Dipterocarp forest reserve of the Hulu Langat district in the adjacent state of Selangor.

Sited just less than 30 kms away from the metropolitan KL, so it's easily accessible to reach.

Very nice place!
A crowd of locals are there, especially on holidays for picnic, swimming, bathing or just enjoying, as it is suitable for families. Well known for Malay residents, but still relatively unknown among foreigners.

The upper falls can be reached by trails.
A cemented path leads from the parking to the lower falls. Along the path several shelters have been built.
Stepping up to upper part of the falls gradually . . enjoying the green, fresh and almost untouched natural environment!
Feita em 8 de outubro de 2019
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Joannsoh
51 contribuições
abr de 2019 • Família
The hike is very steep staircase which were lack of maintainance and upkeep. Toilets are stuck and water ponding all over very dirty, my children refused to enter. This is typical malaysia tourist spots problem where authorities are closing their eyes on the problems and channelled the funds to somewhere else instead of upkeeping the facilities. We were charged entry fees, i wonder where does the money go! Dont bother to go there !
Feita em 7 de maio de 2019
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Lya_amar
Kuala Lumpur, Malásia56 contribuições
set de 2018 • Família
It's a short trip from KL. Time to indulge yourself in nature. Better to go in the weekdays to avoid massive crowd. There's another waterfall from the base where u got to climb staircase to reach the top.. Please don't litter and keep the area clean.. :)
Feita em 9 de abril de 2019
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NUR ATHIRAH R
4 contribuições
jul de 2018 • Amigos
I and my friend went to sg Gabai waterfall to have fun on our offday. The place and water was clean. Sg Gabai has a beautiful waterfall and has many level of waterfall. The below level is suitable for family and you also can hike up the stairs for more adventurous experience and beautiful view. But the toilet facilities was my worse experience.
Feita em 25 de julho de 2018
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Kuru276
Kuala Lumpur, Malásia213 contribuições
dez de 2017 • Família
It's hard to imagine that a great outdoor place like this exists less than 30 kms away from the City Centre of KL. There is a lovely waterfall here, in the midst of a tropical setting. During the rainy season, the flow of water can be quite heavy. It's a fun place to have a splash and a family picnic. Pack your food and drinks before you get here. There is a stall that sells food and drinks but don't bet on it being open or serving food of the highest quality. No public transport to get here so you need to either drive ir be driven there. A fee of RM2 was imposed the Katy time I went there which is used for the upkeep of the place. There are several levels that one can explore. The second level had a pool and a natural slide made our slippery rocks. While it can an exciting and fun place to be at, one has to exercise caution too cos if it rains upstream, then a deluge of water can hit you downstream! My only complaint is that there is a lot of leftover food and packages that are strewn all over the place. This obviously attracts rats which can be quite a problem as they are known to cause a kind of disease called leptospirosis, which can be fatal, once contracted. If you plan to get to this place, exercise caution and be vigilant at all times as you will have to deal with steep slopes (if you wish to be more adventurous), tread on slippery rocks, and be exposed to possible rat urine contamination.
Feita em 22 de dezembro de 2017
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SurfingWild
Bandung, Indonésia39.614 contribuições
jan de 2017 • Casais
Gabai Waterfalls is a really nice opportunity to see some of Malaysia's nature and which is only about an hour's drive form KL City Center. The main waterfall is really ncie but tends to get very crowded and the steep paths along the side of the hill also a little unpleasant with so many people. However, if you go on a weekday then you'll find the place pretty empty. Nice waterfall and nice stroll through the forest and bamboo groves.
Feita em 30 de novembro de 2017
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Dhananjoy K
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia86 contribuições
jul de 2017 • Família
Very atmospheric place, nearer to KL, to experience the waterfall of the tropical forest. A bit of a hike up and nice cool waterfall, but people makes it a picnic place!
There you've got no warning as for the suitable dress code if you want to jump to the water.
The maintenance of amenities are very poor. The change rooms are very dirty.
Feita em 9 de julho de 2017
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