Chamang Waterfall

Chamang Falls

Chamang Waterfall is a popular destination among Bentong residents especially for a weekend getaway. The majestic waterfall burst out from the mountains flow into a fast-moving river is a sight to see.

The waterfall is a suitable place for a picnic. The water is refreshing and clear making in suitable for swimming. The visitors can also try out the torrential waters that gently massage the body.

The waterfall area is well taken care of. The facilities provided include include toilets, barbecue pit, food stalls, gazebo, campsite and a hanging bridge for an easy access across the river.

Image by : Soddiq Norazmi

 

Operation Hours

Daily : 9.00 a.m – 5.00 pm

Admission

Adult : RM 2.00

Child : RM 1.00

Address

28700 Bentong, Pahang, Malaysia.

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Hear From Others

 

From the parking, it was already looking quite impressive, but from a closer point of vue, it is just stunning.

WinnyMarlina

 

The noise, the view, the amount of water; it’s all quite impressive! And for those with young families who want to avoid a jungle trek, this is literally 10 paces from the car park! Very well equipped with toilets, showers and even changing rooms (!)

Sarah
KualaLumpurKids

I think that Chamang Falls is one of the nicest waterfalls around that requires zero effort to get to. None of those trekking stuff: just park your car, walk a few steps and voila! your eyes will be well rewarded with a beautiful, powerful, cascading waterfall.

Suanie

 

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