It takes about 30m from KL sentral to get there. It is easier with Grab. You have to pay for entrance fee about RM12 for 2 but It is lovely to see waterfall there, you can swim and camp as well.
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The park is known as Taman Rimba Templer and is just around 20km from central KL. You can easily go by Grab there. At the entrance, a map will show you the way to the waterfall which is about 2km away. The park provides a...More
We decided to take a day trip to Templar Park to see the waterfalls what had been widely regarded as a sight worth seeking out. We managed to get takeaway lunches and headed out to the park. When you arrive, you have to pay a...More
Amazing and beautiful. Ideal place to park the moped up and have a dip to cool off. Unfortunately the beaches along this road are not accessible as they are private owned. There are 2 public beaches which are ok. The one is really quite nice...More
Beautiful area in KL, where people go to have picnic's and enjoy nature. Be wary of the monkeys, We took a bag of bread and we were surrounded. Seems they are not feed by anyone so go for any food you might have. We dumped...More
The park is big with many spots where you can have a picnic or BBQ with friends. The waterfall is nice and high. If you go with kids you can go up to certain point otherwise it gets risky and slippery. The water is clean...More
If you love the Mother Nature, it would be interesting to visit this place. Take your food and extra more for the monkeys and enjoy the party beside the waterfalls.
It is around 30 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur. Entry fees 5.30 ringgets. It has the large watefall and several smaller ones with pools. You can hike farther than the pools but keep in mind this part of the park is often closed if its...More