The so-called 'Templer Park' is located in a small valley, 2 km long and just north of the Kuala Lumpur’s city boundaries. The entry cannot be missed as the park is located beside the busy trunk road to Ipoh. There are numerous picnic areas along the two streams and you will find visitors almost anytime. From the carpark a road leads to a nice swimming pool and there you will find a signboard to the waterfall
The entry to the park is clearly signposted
From the carpark a road leads to a well maintained swimmingpool. Here starts the track to the fall
The track follows the stream after passing a small water catchment area
The track to the waterfall is a nice pleasure walk, almost level, crossing the stream several times.
The bridges have been constructed with fantasy
After about 2 km you will hear and see the first waterfall, a nice cascade
Some of the shelters along the trail could do with some repairs
The final cascades are quite tall and at the top there are a few nice bathtub like pools, perfect for a relaxing bath.
A view of the big cascade at the end
A view from the top of the cascade, down into the valley
There are a few campsites here, but the trail stops. It should be possible to follow the river further upstream.
The Kanching Falls, a few km north, are more spectacular, but these cascades are a suitable destination for young and old. Good birding possibilities too.
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