This forest area in Sungai Siput is one of the least known ‘hidden gems’ in Perak. Located about 50km away Sungai Siput town, the 60m high waterfall is not mistakenly the hidden one as visitors need to hike about 15-20 minutes to the waterfall from the parking area. But the hike is pretty easy and well-maintained by the Orang Asli community there. There is a village of Orang Asli community here known as Pos Yum. Here are the usual spot for hikers who hiking at Bukit Berekeh.
- High waterfall
- Hiking trails
- Bamboo huts for camping
There are not much space for camping but there are bambo huts that you can rent and put your tent there.
- Rental bamboo huts
FEE & ADMISSION
- Car: RM10
- Motorcycle: RM5
- Bamboo huts rental:
- Rumah Rotan: RM80/night
- Rumah Buluh: RM60/night
- Pondok: –
- Operating hours: 8 am to 7 pm
- Attire: No restriction but please use decent clothes (ex: t-shirt, shorts)
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Take KTM ETS to Sungai Siput KTM Station then get a taxi/Grab ride to the waterfall for a journey about 1 hour (55 km).
Lata Tengkoh Penyel
Address: Kampung Pendeq Pos Yum, Kampung Orang Asli, Sungai Siput, Perak
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