Relatively unknown-Jeram Kedah
You can reach the small town of Ulu Beranang from Beranang along Federal Route 1or alternatively take the left turn after Semenyih. From this little township, a kilometer out of town (heading north) take the turn off to your right. It is a narrow tarred road that leads you through plantation and estates; the area is significantly planted with sugarcane.
This road services an Orang Asli settlement, Kampong Chelogah. Almost the end of the road, within the cluster of houses, there is a wooden building which serve as the clinic as well as a community hall. You could leave your car here or if you do not mind unpaved track, continue through an ordinary path to cross the Beranang River, from there on into the more remote surroundings. The owner at the end of this path was friendly enough to allow us to leave our car there on the last few occasions.
Start trekking, the path is well trodden by villagers doing cultivation of bananas and collections of jungle produce. Very few local goes to this fall now, the fall previously acted a water collection point.
The waterfall here is about 6 meters tall emptying into a small pool then quickly flow into the larger retention pool.
It is possible to do limited trekking to smaller falls behind the major drop. The atmosphere there is idyllic as trees and boulders shadow the small enclosure.
The sound of the falls, the very cool ambience and the fresh water in this enclosed space is like dream comes true for a trekker.