For those who are unfamiliar with this place, Pulau Kapas (Kapas Island) is a hidden tropical paradise on the east coast of Malaysia. Beautiful white sandy beaches, crystal blue water, relaxed vibe are the main traits of the gorgeous Kapas island.
For a nature lover, did you know that there is a quite number of amazing canopy walks in Malaysia? Yes, these rain forest tree sky-walk seems to be must have activities at forest reserve areas around the country. KL Forest Eco Park or Taman Rimba Eko KL is one of the unique canopy walk experience here in the heart of Kuala Lumpur City Center.
Perhentian islands are an easy warm-weather escape in the east coast of Malaysia. Once you are on the islands, the only decision you have to make is whether to go on a scuba diving or sunbathe on a beautiful beach, snorkelling on the ocean to see the beauty of different sea creatures.
Perhaps one of the best ways to enjoy the beauty of Kanching waterfalls is to sit below the cascade of water drops. Waterfalls drop from a massive height of minimum 120 metres with accompanying gushing sounds. This fall is made up of 7 levels, each with different heights and tiers.
It's truly an amazing time to spend here at this waterfalls. One hour 30 minute hike looks pale when you finally see the Jeram Janggut waterfalls. It is located near the village Kampung Langkap in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. It's not a popular place, but the place is worth visiting when you are in malaysia. Many local people don't know about this place and not all the travellers visit this waterfalls which is deep inside the forest and so beautiful.
Banana waterfalls! Isn't the name funny?. That's what i heard when people say the name of this waterfalls. Pisang waterfalls also has another name called banana waterfalls. I still wonder why it got the name like banana waterfalls. Local people say that the name came from the river of sungai pisang.