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dishwithvivien.com
  • 9 months ago

Chilling Falls

Overall, a nice place to go at least once. Do note, there is 6 or 7 river crossing, and the last few and the deepest one, reaching butt or waist (if you are shorter)

tripadvisor.com
  • 2 years ago
  • 28 reviews

Chiling Waterfall (Kuala Selangor, Malaysia): Top Tips Before You Go - TripAdvisor

Book your tickets online for Chiling Waterfall, Kuala Selangor: See 28 reviews, articles, and 53 photos of Chiling Waterfall, ranked No.4 on TripAdvisor among 14 attractions in Kuala Selangor.
wikipedia.org
  • 2 years ago

Chiling waterfalls - Wikipedia

Chiling waterfalls, located on the path to Fraser's Hill are several waterfalls located in Selangor, Malaysia. The waterfalls are composed of three separate vertical waterfalls.

Chiling Waterfalls - Kuala Kubu Bahru, Selangor

Are you afraid of fish?
If yes, you may need to think twice before going on this trip because you'll need to go through this in each crossing and there's no way you can avoid them... Can you see those fishes?

Chiling Falls

The Chiling Falls are probably the most beautiful waterfalls of Selangor. They can be reached after an adventurous trek along the river, which has to be crossed many times. To reach the trail head, you take the road from Kuala Kubu Baru to the Gap. After passing the Selangor Dam, you cross the bridge on the Chiling river. Just after this bridge you can park you car. Follow the road for about 100 meter, the trail head is clearly indicated. Soon you will arrive an open field beside the river, with some buildings and a campsite, maintained by the Fisheries department.
happygokl.com
  • 3 years ago

Chiling Waterfalls

Tips for visiting Chiling Fish Sanctuary and Waterfalls:

- Wear quick-drying, comfortable clothes – you will get wet.
- Your shoes will get wet: wear sports sandals, reef shoes or other suitable footwear.
- Take drinks and snacks. Cold drinks and local snacks and food can be bought by the rangers’ office.
- The walk took us about 45 minutes each way with fast-running 6 and 8 year olds and fit grandparents.
- The path is absolutely not stroller-friendly. You can carry babies in a carrier, but there are a few tricky parts with steep climbs on rocks, over fallen a fallen tree etc.
- Remember to check yourself out at the registration office after your return.
- There are toilets by the office. Bring toilet paper.

THE QUANTUM SINGULARITY: Chilling at Chiling Waterfall

Oh, did I tell you that there are 6 river crossings to do to get to the falls? ;) Yes, do not expect this trip to be dry, so get ready to have your shoes wet and your socks soaked, otherwise you could probably wear a very good pair of sandals. (I never recommend wearing slippers on hikes, not enough grip and it never protects from sharp rocks and leeches... ;))