Air Terjun Siong

State Selangor
LocationNear the border between Selangor and Negeri Sembilan, off the road to K. Kelawang
Coordinates and map N03 07.87' E101 57.17'
Water SourceStream
Waterfall ProfileSteep Cascade
AccessibilityJungle Trekking

Unknown jewel in the Genting Paras region

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To reach this beautiful cascade, you first have to take road B32, leading from the Ulu Langat region to K. Kelawang. A few km before reaching the pass (also the state boundary between Selangor and Negeri Sembilan), there is a small tar road to the left. It will lead to an Orang Asli kampung, Kg Rembai.

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Jungle trekking needed!

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From the kampung several trails lead to the waterfall. It is advisable to use a local guide. That way you will also manage to avoid the wild-boar traps, set up by the Orang Asli!
The trail starts in an easy way, but becomes an overgrown jungle track later.

A Very tall Cascade

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It is not a long trek. The trail follows more or less the right bank of the stream and after less than one hour trekking, you descend into the ravine to the main cascade.

A shady spot, no pool, but a pristine envoronment.

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This will be a Powerful Fall in the Rainy Season!

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This is a tall waterfall/cascade, not a large volume of water during our visit, but that will be very different in the rainy season.
Large logs of trees and broken bamboo show the destructive power water can have.

Take care then! Flash flooding could be dangerous here.

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It is possible to scramble up at the left side of the fall, but don't expect any trail here.

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At the top of the fall.From here it goes steep down

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Far away the access road is visible. Contrast between nature and civilisation!

This waterfall is completely unspoilt. No rubbish anywhere. Please keep it that way!

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Waterfalls can be dangerous ! Always take care about your safety

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