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Sungai Gabai Falls, Hulu Langat, Selangor

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Yesterday I,my luv and her friends went to Sungai Gabai, Hulu Langat. Finally i reach the place that i think maybe the only waterfalls in Selangor close to the city... I never been to this place before. So my guide just the Google Map and some of direction from the internet.. What an awesome place to go after a long week of 8.30 to 5.30 job... A nice place to relax where you can get wet with a lots of very cold water running all around ur body.


"One of the most spectacular waterfalls in Selangor, Sungai Gabai Waterfalls consist several falls cascading from an impressive height of 100 metres to a series of pool at the foot of the falls." - Virtual Malaysia.

It took about 45 minutes to reach the place (I'm from Puchong and i took Kesas straight away to MRR2). Here's a complete direction to the Sg Gabai Waterfalls:
Click the map (on top) to enlarge.



-Start from MRR2 highway exit to Ampang. Travel down Jalan Ampang coming out of the city past Ampang Point and De Palma Hotel on your left and keep going past the Ampang LRT.

-You will come through numerous sets of traffic lights along the way. Just go straight. Then follow the signboard to the new Carrefour Ampang and turn right and the last traffic light end of Jalan Ampang. (you really can’t go too much further if you continue straight takes you up a hill)

- Continue past the Carrefour through several shops, houses and sets of lights until you come to a major road on your left with a blue signpost Kajang B31.

-Go up a very steep hill past the KL ‘Look Out’ ( this is quite a good place to stop in the lay by and get photos of the KL city) and keep going down the other side until you come to a junction with a mosque on your right (Pekan Batu 14).

-Take a left here (Jalan Hulu Langat) and immediately after this there is a big green sign on your left saying 14 kms to waterfalls. Follow this road pass Dusun Tua until you come to a small place with shop lots on both sides (Pekan Batu 18) and then there is another blue sign which says Hutan Lipur and Sg. Gabai 6 kms to the right.

-Take this turning. Go over a small bridge. Follow this road (along Jalan Kampung) until you see another sign Sg Gabai and turn left. This is just a small road with goat farms and dusun all the way so be carefull... 2kms you will reach the main gate to the car park. Just pay the guy when he asked for enterence fees only RM1 per person (some people said RM2 per parking).


If u like to camp (some people don't !!) , bbq and hiking near the city.. This is the place u want to be.. The waterfalls got several cascades. The upper cascades have nice pools and more attractive waterfalls. There's is one part u can use the cascade as a slide. Cemented steps lead to the upper regions of the falls. At several places shelters also have been erected and also some bridges make the crossing of the stream an easy job. Best to visit early morning if you come on weekend. Enjoy!

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