To reach the Serendah Falls, you take the trunk road nr 1 from Rawang north. Just before reaching Serendah, you turn right to Kg Dato Harun. During our visit the sign boards to the fall were still missing, so you may have to ask the locals for directions. It is about 6 km to the main fall.
The exit from the trunk road
Look out for this sign board
On the way to the main fall you pass several rapids
The road to the fall leads through cultivated farmland. Until recently the fall was relatively unknown. But during our visit in 2003 the first signs were visible that this might change. Apparently it had been decided that the place should be "developed"
One of the minor falls before you reach the main fall
THe main fall is quite impressive.
But notice the construction works in the foreground
Our visit in april 2005 shows the damage that has been done. The fall has become almost invisble with the massive construction of shelters, walkways, etc.
The entrance of the recreation park
Shelters and a playground. Try to find the waterfall
Waterfalls can be dangerous ! Always take care about your safety
First went on 8/4/2001. The place has now changed so much. Very crowded and too many facilities.
This is my First time coming inside here & I didnt know this waterfall existed.I was at the 7 wells about 30 years ago. The road is very well maintained & along you can see an Orang Asli settlement, a military Camp & a clinic run by International Medical University personnel. The Waterfall has a security guard and a warning sign informing the danger in using the waterfall and also waterboune diseases Thank you all from this website for making Malaysian Waterfalls coming alive. A hidden Treasure & Heritage
Great info & see your members are dedicated in seeing Malaysian Waterfalls coming alive & my First time I have been inside here. Didnt know it existed though I was at the 7 wells many years ago.Maybe 30 years ago. A hidden Malaysian Treasure
Visited this waterfall on 14th. May, 2015.Road was good towards the Orang Asli village & a military Camp. There was also a clinic built there sponsored & manned by International Medical University personnel.The picnic area was well maintained & there was a security personnel there. Thumbs up for the Selangor government for keeping this heritage alive.There was a sign board warning the danger of swimming at the waterfalls as well as waterborne diseases.
Recently, Lembaga Urus Air Selangor has adopted this waterfall as an educational site to do river monitoring activities. Quite well maintained by Majlis Daerah Hulu Selangor. On 21 Dec, 100 jungle trees had been planted courtesy of Landskap Malaysia during SAVE OUR WATERFALLS nationwide campaign organized by Pertubuhan Pencinta Air Terjun Selangor. For those interested for river monitoring activities, can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The area was quite wide compared to picture since they has widen it during construction. 1st time come here kind of freaky due to narrow road (betul ka tak betol ka nih) but trust your gps hahaha
Tis place was nice too, just went there 27 jun 2010. the construction was finished long time ago, sure website need update. have stall and crowded during weekend. enjoy your trip cheers
Just went here, nice place though not very well maintained. Buildings are ok and bridges were all still intact. Great place for those who do not wish to trek, get bitten by leeches, simply park your car and have a refreshing shower. Dont expect for any swimming activities unless you are below 4 feet tall. Suitable for small children, but locals said that water volume is high during rainy season. Water was clear and be prepared with lotsa sand!
Tan Kiat Fei
Just drop by the place recently. One of the bridge had collapsed, you need to turn left to access the place. Waterfall is nice but not suitable for swimming because it\'s not deep enough. A lot of sand under the pool.
its a wonderfull waterfall...just drop down on weekends with family...