Kubah National Park is located about 20 kms west from Kuching city, also one of most accessible national parks in Sarawak. It was gazetted in 1989 and opened to the public in 1995. It is dominated by a sandstone plateau and covers an area of 2,230 hectares. At an altitude of between 150-450 metres, this plateau is punctuated with bands of hardened limestone which have formed several beautiful waterfalls.
First park your car near the entrance of the national park. After registration at the park office, follow the sealed road that starts from the park office and turn into the Waterfall Trail when you see the Waterfall Trail signboard.
The last stretch to the waterfall is on a wet slippery rock surface. Take care. Visitors are advised to walk on the cemented dots.
The main waterfall consists of 2 sections, the main section drops from 10m height onto a wide rock platform. Below this platform is a small pool great for a dip. Part of the stream forms a separate waterfall to the right
Near the entrance of Kubah National Park there are a few smaller waterfalls.
Text and pictures have been contributed by Faye. Have a look at her website for more waterfalls.
Waterfalls can be dangerous ! Always take care about your safety
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