Gunung Jerai is an isolated mountain near the sea, north of Sg Petani. The mountain is 1218 m high and has a number of (seasonal) waterfalls. The Perigi Falls can be reached from Yan Kecil and are visible from far away
The signboard at Yan Kecil
After about 3 km the road ends at the lower fall.
In the dry season there is not much water
The Perigi Falls consist of two falls/cascades. There is no clear trail up, but in the dry season it is safe to climb the rocks. Be careful, however, wet rocks are slippery
During the monsoon, this will be a real fall.
This is the only waterfall, as far as we know, with a view of the sea.
At the top of the first fall there are nice pools where you can take a bath.
What makes the Perigi Falls interesting is the splendid view of the sea and the rice fields of Kedah.
After the first fall the slope of the rock face is less
There are some more quiet pools
Then there is the second fall, more impressive than the first one
We found no way to climb up the second fall. These falls will be much more impressive during the monsoon season
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