The Waterfalls of

Kelantan is isolated from the western states and Terenggannu by high mountains.
The land is mountainous on the west and south. There is a flat alluvial plain created by the Kelantan River along which most major towns are located.
There are many waterfalls in this mountainous area. Many of them still wait for a description

Accessability: Easy
Picture
Name/Location
Type
Activities
Description
Jeram Linang

Between Jertih and Machang

Multiple falls Picnic
Swimming
Trekking
Popular nature park with some small waterfalls

Last update March 2005

Jeram Pasu

Eight km south-west of Pasir Puteh

Single fall Picnic
Swimming
Camping
A popular waterfall near Kota Baharu. A bit over-developed, but a nice destination for a relaxing bath

Last update October 2006

Lata Berangin

20 km south-east of Kuala Krai

Single fall Picnic
Swimming
A powerful fall in a remote region. Easy access

Last update February 2007

Lata Janggut

12 km south-west of Jeli

Cascades
Single fall
Picnic
Easy access. Waterfall not spectacular, but beautiful erosion of the rocks

Last update October 2015

Lata Kertas

20 km south of Dabong

Rapids
Single fall
Picnic
Swimming
Easy access from the D29 road. Rundown place, but the waterfall is nice

Last update October 2015

Lata Rek

Between Gua Musang and Kuala Krai

Cascades
Swimming
Camping
Seasonal water flow. Impressive when flow is big enough

Last update March 2005

Accessability: Moderate
Picture
Name/Location
Type
Activities
Description
Stong Fall

near Dabong

Multiple falls Trekking
Camping
Also known as Jelawang Fall. Supposedly the tallest waterfall in South-East Asia

Last update July 2011