Although Lata Kinjang is known as one of the most enchanting and highest waterfalls in Peninsular Malaysia, my visit there was rather unplanned and unprepared.
Therefore, to avoid exertion in the middle of the day or to get wet without a change of clothing, I did not indulge in any activity here, except to take these few photos. The call of the waterfall was extremely strong, when spotted from the highway!
Even though many internet reports state that Lata Kinjang is located in Tapah, it is not exactly correct. It is actually situated somewhere between Chenderiang and Kuala Dipang in the District of Tapah, Perak.
About three years ago, it underwent upgrading works and was given a new name: Taman Eko-Rimba Lata Kinjang or in English, Lata Kinjang Eco-Forest Park.
The facelift included the arch at the entrance to welcome visitors, parking area, information boards and repair works on the suspension bridge.
Adult – RM2
Senior citizen and Child – RM1
Foreigner – RM5
Car – RM2
Motorcycle – RM1
Bus – RM10
Commercial photography / videography: RM200
GPS Coordinates: N 04° 14.177′ E101° 13.295′
For further information, call Pejabat Hutan Daerah Perak Selatan at +605-4011216.
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