Sungai Bil Waterfall
The waterfall at Sungai Bil s a famous picnic area for locals and visitors for a weekend getaway. The pristine river and tranquil atmosphere had drawn in visitors to have picnics and to bathe in this river.The fall is equipped with facilities like public hall, car park and rest houses.
Food is not a problem, for those who don’t want to bring their prepacked meal can just buy from the food stalls that selling lunch and fast food especially during the weekend. Every Sunday morning, there is an open wet market that offers a variety of local dishes and delicacies for visitors to feast on.
Sungai Bil is known throughout the state for the national level activities held here like the ECO Challenge competition. The fall also provide several outdoor extreme sports such as white water rafting, 4×4 rides, camping, and jungle trekking. There is a rumor that the upcoming Slim River Water Theme Park will also be opened soon. The area also hosts a hydroelectric dam used to generate electricity.
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Daily: 8.00 a.m – 7.00 p.m
There is no fixed entrance fee. However, there is a charge for vehicles
Car: RM 2.00
Motorcycle: RM 1.00
The nearby area has several chalet operators that charge the visitors for the accommodation and facilities they provided if the visitors choose to have a picnic at their respective area.
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The running water varied in strength and speed, depending on which path you took to cross. There were some points where I got a natural hydrotheraphy massage by simply sitting between rocks!
We left Sungai Bil later that afternoon on a high with a satisfying sense of having experienced the unexpected and the awesome; the magnificent kampung house in a remote rural area, the lovely lunch spread, the great company and the intriguing aura of Sungai Bil and its surroundings
Dato’ Zawiyah Baba
This is definitely an ideal place for a half-day trip. Hope to come here again with the ZooOHttly!
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