When you follow the road from Ulu Langat north until the end, you will reach Pangsun and the Ranger station for Gunung Nuang, where you have to register. You follow the road to Gunung Nuang until you see a trail to the right with a yellow signboard. Follow this trail, in the beginning it is wide and clear, later you have to follow the yellow ribbon markers.
The signboard at the trail head
Clear trail in the beginning
Remains of a water catchment
After about one hour trekking you reach the Lolo river. Keep following the markers, a few times you have to cross the river. About half an hour later you arrive at the Bomoh Ali fall, with a nice big pool. A rope hangs down from a tree, so you can play Tarzan..:-)
Rhe Lolo river. Note the yellow marker
Several river crossings needed
The Bomoh Ali waterfall
The trail continues, you have to climb a steep slope with the help of a rope. A few hundred meters further you can hear the Berembun fall, but it is not yet visible. You have to swim, climb slippery rocks, then you will find it around the corner. This is not a place to be when there is a risk of flash floods!
Ropes are helpful to climb the slope
Here you have to swim. Waterfall is around the corner
The Berembun waterfall
After Berembun the trail goes on and soon you reach the junction with the Gunung Nuang trail. From here it is an easy walk back (about two hours) to the ranger station.
Check if you need a permit before planning a waterfall trip. More information here
Waterfalls can be dangerous ! Always take care about your safety
We went again yesterday but followed the right trail this time. The trek is amazing through bamboo forests and crossing the river multiple times. It takes around 3.5 hours to reach Lolo Falls from the trail head though so it's probably not for beginners.
We followed the trail for Gunung Nuang on some mistaken advice but it leads to another waterfall anyway. We went up to Camp Lolo just to have a look and then river trekked down to the waterfall. Berumbun Waterfall is spectacular. Truly amazing. Maybe the best one Ive been to. :)
Went to this falls, Lata Berembun really deserve its name! and bomoh ali is fun for its high jump. as always, the video :P