In Hulu Langat, the river descends in a set of waterfalls known as the Gabai Falls (Malay: Air Terjun Sungai Gabai), a popular attraction for the locals, but relatively unknown with tourists. A cemented path leads from the parking to the lower falls. Along the path several shelters have been built. The upper falls can be reached by trails.
Also known as Taman Negeri Bukit Panchor, this forest is located within a designated state park. Initially established in 1963, it provides for outdoor recreational activities as well as to promote public’s appreciation for forests and ecotourism.
Also known as Palm Beach, Teluk Cempedak is a recreational beach in Kuantan that is relatively well maintained. The white sandy beach and casuarinas and pine trees line the coast, with some rocky promontories facing the South China Sea.
Chamang Waterfall is a magnificent yet torrential waterfall located in Bentong, Malaysia. The rocky waterfall nestled amidst lush greenery offers gorgeous views and is popular for the suspension bridge, picnic areas and trekking spots.
A recreational forest reserve at Bukit Tinggi, with Benus river running across the whole rainforest area, forming beautiful pools, cascades and waterfalls, completed with various facilities for visitors.
Located in a Forest Reservation Area, Sungai Pandan Waterfall is considered one of the most beautiful falls in Pahang and is less than 25 km from Kuantan. The 100-metre cascading waters fall into a shallow pool that is perfect for cooling off and attracts families enjoying picnics and swimming, with vendors selling food.
A not-so-secret hidden gem of Cameron Highlands, Mossy Forest is a lush area in the highland forest where moss has encapsulated the landscape. Given its elevated position at 2032 metres above sea level in Mount Brinchang, the chilly and moist atmosphere makes it a perfect environment for exotic plants such as moss, ferns, spices, and orchids.
Managed by the Malaysian Nature Society, Kuala Selangor Nature Park is a favourite destination among nature and outdoor enthusiasts. There are 3 main walking/hiking trails at the nature park, all of which are suitable for beginners and families.
Located in the town of Tanah Rata, the Robinson Falls is one of the few popular places to visit if you like the gushing sound of water flushing down the rocks and enjoy some time in nature along the way.
The main beach attraction in Melaka shore, Pantai Klebang offers families and beach goers with a great spot for beach picnics, kite flying, with the convenience of food trucks and eateries, famous for their coconut shakes.
Part of the Sungai Udang Forest Reserve reserve, the 335-hectare recreational forest is rich in diverse flora and fauna and is suitable for outdoor recreational activities such as bird watching, camping and cross-country trails. The fun atmosphere of the jungle is also suitable for leisure activities and picnics with the family.
A trip to Kuala Selangor would be incomplete without exploring the uniqueness and miracles of the Kuantan Village Fireflies found in the midst of mangrove trees in this small villages. Visitors would experience riding on a traditional sampan (small boat) down the Selangor River and observe the fireflies in close proximity.
A family friendly beach in Alor Gajah District, Melaka. The beach is sandy and relatively well-maintained. There are a number of eateries conveniently by the beach, and public amenities like washroom are available.