1. Robinson Falls
The Robinson Falls are located in Tana Ratah, the center of the Cameron Highlands. Walk a number of jungle trails and one of them, nr 9 will leads in a short walk to this attractive waterfall. The main fall is quite impressive, it is located in a deep ravine. After the fall the path keeps going down steeply. There might be more falls or cascades, but they will not be easy to reach, because the ravine is very steep.
Follow the road to Cameron Highland Hospital, turn to the right 600m before the hospital. After park your car, follow the cemented trail along the stream. About 10 mins walking down slope, you’ll see the Robinson Fall on your right.
2. Air Terjun Seri Mahkota
The Air Terjun Seri Mahkota, a 50 metre high cascading waterfalls is located within the Endau Rompin State Park. Seri Mahkota is a very beautiful fall, almost vertical. The setting is very romantic and there is a big pool, perfect for a bath. It takes an effort to reach this remote fall in the Endau Rompin National Park, but it is definitely worth it.
3. Parit Waterfall
The Parit Fall is one of the two waterfalls that can be found in the Cameron Highland. Parit Fall obviously is a beautiful fall, with a bridge over on the top. Parit Fall and Robinson Fall are attraction spots in Cameron Highland. Compared to Robinsons Fall it is the smaller one. Access is easy, as trail nr 4 leads to the fall. This trail starts from the Century Pines Resort to the road near the Old Smokehouse. Not far from the fall a side trail leads uphill to a watch tower from which you have a nice view of the Cameron Highlands.
4. Pandan Waterfall
Sungai Pandan Waterfalls also known as Panching Fall among locals. This fall is situated about 25 km from Kuantan, Pahang. It is a popular picnic and recreational location for Kuantan dwellers and those staying in the surrounding areas. The fall is packed with the picnickers during weekend and holiday.
Getting there from Kuantan town, take the Kuantan – Kuala Lumpur main highway. Just after the Malaysian Air Force Base which is on the right of the road (about 17 km from Kuantan), you will need to make a right turn at the traffic lights to the Panching and Sungai Lembing road. From the turn, after driving about 5km you will reach the signboard for the Sungai Pandan Forest Reserve (“Hutan Lipur Sungai Pandan”) and turning left you will initially drive into an oil palm plantation and quarry road. After about 3 km of winding through the small two-lane tarred road you’ll reach the entrance to the Waterfalls.
5. Lentang Waterfall
Hutan Lipur Lentang is a recreational forest reserve at Bukit Tinggi, located along the Karak Highway about 4km after the turn-off to Berjaya Hills Resort from Kuala Lumpur, or 12km south of Bentong. The Sungai Benus river feeds into the rainforest landscape, providing pools, cascades and even a waterfall at the distant edge of this nature park. You can bathe and swim in the water-pools of the cascading waterfalls, and feel your body rejuvenated by the cool and invigorating waters flowing from the natural source upstream.
Hutan Lipur Lentang is accessible from the KL – Karak Highway and is about half an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur. To reach this recreational park, take the highway, and about 15km before reaching Bentong town you will find the signboard for the exit to Lentang.
6. Air Terjun Teladas
Teladas Waterfall is located 1 km from Maran Town and can be reached using car. It is suitable for picnics and leisure time with family.The waterfall is also put under observation by the Pahang state government since it is located in the forest reserve.
Parking lots for cars are provided for visitors coming here. The place will be crowded with visitors especially during weekends. The road that leads to the waterfall can only be used by private vehicles. Public transportation can be used to go there but only until the junction, which is about three kilometers from the waterfall area.
7. Bertangga Fall
The waterfall is a vertical one and surprisingly tall. Not a lot of water, but very picturesque. To reach the bottom of the fall, you must scramble down the rocks, which can be very slippery. There is no pool, but it is a nice place to cool down and enjoy the beauty of nature. There are some shelters, but on weekdays you will find the place deserted.
To reach the Hutan Lipur Bertangga, take the Temerloh exit from the Kuantan highway and follow road nr 10 until Kerayong. Here you turn left into Felda Territory, signboards will lead you to the park where you can park your car. From the car park it is a short walk to the waterfall.
8. Jeriau Waterfall
The soothing waterfalls are 6 meters high and fall into a shallow pool perfect for bathing with family. The area is also equipped with restrooms and shelters for picnic. The trail to Jeriau Waterfall is a spacious and well paved walkway. This is a landscaped park with shelters and a playground, all connected by a cemented walkway. Very suitable for families with children.
Jeriau waterfall is a popular nature attraction about 4km away from Bukit Fraser’s town center, accessed through Jalan Semantan by a steep and narrow road that descends sharply after Smokehouse Hotel.
9. Lata Tampit Waterfall
Lata Tampit Waterfall is a charming 7-tier waterfalls near Janda Baik. To reach the charming 7-tier Latto Caruk falls, take the highway from KL to Kuantan, exit at Genting Sempah and head for Janda Baik. Follow the signs to the Latto Caruk chalet, where you can park your car. Level 1 is a baby fall, level 4 is a twin fall, level 5 is a nice fall with a pool that suitable for swimming. Cross the river and follow the trail and this will lead to a second river crossing. Follow the trail and you will reach the top fall level 7.
10. Lata Meraung Waterfall
Lata Meraung is a scenic waterfall located 16km from the town of Jerantut. The waterfall is not big, but very scenic, because the water flows down the rocks in several streams. There is a nice pool, perfect for swimming and bathing.
To reach Lata Meraung, you take route 64 from Jerantut, heading West. After a few km there is a turnoff to the left. Follow this road, it passes an Orang Asli village. Follow the signs to the Golf Club. Just before you reach the Golf course, there is a trail to the right with a bridge, which probably also leads to the fall