Hidden jewel under the bustling city
Following of my existing post about Bukit Puchong, the forbidden crossing was lead to one of the most pristine waterfall that I ever visited.
Pristine Fall – Hidden Jewel Under A Bustling City
Hiking never leave you without an astonishment. I took this opportunity to secure and enjoy a rare sight waterfall which was not open to public, therefore a necessary permit to access is advisable to be granted.
The exact location is well conserved under UPM Forestry Department for their research.
A trek leading from the peak down to the fall was about half an hour. Not many know the place, but gradually peoples were curious and it become a hot topic among waterfall lover.
Let’s the pictures do the talk again …
One of the 3 directions … downward the slope hill
A tall notice board erected … to safe guard the place from intruders
Water level is deep … a short visit from the group
Crystal clear water … flowing down
Quiet and pure fresh air … pollution is ZERO!
Calm water but deep … at waist level
Another pristine water pool … can’t resist for soaking
A group of youngster … found enjoying the nature jewel
Dog’s best friend … enjoying the nature
In recent month, I’ve been informed a guard was place to DISALLOW people from getting near the waterfall. It’s a good move to preserve it from getting crowded and possibility of pollution around the place. I support the move.
Leave nothing but footprint, take nothing but picture.