The Waterfalls of

Terengganu is always thought of as a State with sandy beaches.
In fact it is a mountainous land with only a narrow strip of beach. Most areas inland are sparsely populated. Many waterfalls are yet to be identified.
Traditional waterfalls and their parks are now being spruced up and very well maintained. They are worth visiting.

Accessability: Easy
Picture
Name/Location
Type
Activities
Description
Air Terjun Sekayu

South of Kuala Berang

Cascades
Multiple falls
Picnic
Swimming
Trekking
Camping
Well maintained park with river trekking

Last update March 2005

Belukar Bukit

20 km south of Kuala Berang

Rapids
Picnic
Swimming
Camping
No waterfall, some rapids only

Last update March 2005

Lata Belatan

Between Setiu and Jerteh

Single fall Swimming
Trekking
Camping
Recreation Park. Seasonal water flow

Last update March 2005

Lata Tembakah

25 km south of Jertih

Cascades
Multiple falls
Picnic
Swimming
Trekking
Camping
Well visited and maintained park. Beautiful series of waterfalls

Last update March 2005

Accessability: Moderate
Picture
Name/Location
Type
Activities
Description
Jeram Penitih

West of Kemasik

Cascades
Multiple falls
Swimming
Trekking
Camping
Remote series of waterfalls in pristine surroundings

Last update January 2010

Kenyir Lake Falls

Kenyir Lake

Cascades
Multiple falls
Swimming
Camping
There are many waterfalls around the Kenyir lake. Generally you will need boat transport and a guide

Last update June 2012

Lata Cemerung

Kg Pasir Raya, along the inner road from Kuantan to K. Terengganu

Multiple falls Swimming
Trekking
Camping
A very tall waterfall, Well maintained park

Last update February 2007

Lata Seru

West of Kemasik

Rapids
Cascades
Multiple falls
Picnic
Swimming
Trekking
Camping
Remote fall, pristine. Not very tall, but almost vertical

Last update August 2012

Accessability: Difficult
Picture
Name/Location
Type
Activities
Description
Belawan Falls

Ulu Besut valley

Cascades
Multiple falls
Trekking
Very remote, powerful waterfall, pristine surroundings

Last update September 2010