Jeram Lambar

State Negeri Sembilan
LocationKg. Tekir, Labu, Seremban
Coordinates and map 2.77114, 101.83420
Water SourceSg. Lambar, Natural Stream
Waterfall ProfileSloped, Cascade Falls
AccessibilityTrekking ~30mins or 4WD

Jeram Lambar is a small sloped fall at the edge of a oil palm estate. About 3m tall with a sizeable but not very deep pool. Access is easy by motorcycle or 4WD. Locals frequent this spot as a hangout area.

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Jeram Lambar

There are 2 possible ways to access this fall. By foot, visitors can either park at the Seremban RNR (South Bound) or enter the oil palm estate via Labu town. As the trail passes thru bumpy oil palm estate roads, only 4WD vehicles should attempt to drive to the fall. Locals also use motorcycles to access the fall quite easily.

By foot, head to the Seremban RnR (south bound). There is a gated access path by the side of the compound.(ref Image 1) Visitors can also drive to Labu KTM Station and use the access road to Kg Tekir.(ref Image 2)

The estate trail is a clear path but has many junctions which can be confusing. Cross the bridge path and keep going straight till you reach the fall. It should take an estimated of ~30mins.

By 4WD vehicle, head to Labu town and access from Kg Tekir junction.(ref Image 2) Visitors will pass the tunnel under the highway. Take the second junction on the left to proceed into the oil palm estate.

The estate trail is a clear path and wide enough for single vehicle to cross the river bridge. Keep proceeding straight to the fall after the bridge.

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Image 1

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Image 2

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Altr Fall View

"Rubbish exist when there is an imbalance of those willing to take action."

If you plan to visit this waterfall, do bring a plastic bag along. In the event there is rubbish left by irresponsible individuals, you can contribute and do our part to keep nature's paradise clean.
Thank you~

Check if you need a permit before planning a waterfall trip. More information here

Waterfalls can be dangerous ! Always take care about your safety

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