BUKIT CHA FALLS
This waterfall is visibly seen from Padang Rengas Town or PLUS Highway towards Taiping, we decided to recce the waterfall after finding the suitable vehicle in conquering the series of hills at the nothernmost part in Bubu Range surrounding the waterfall. Bukit Cha Falls contributes the flow of Sungai Catot a tributary of Sungai Kangsar, but this is the only waterfall so far we could not get to the base, this due to the fallen tree remnant that covered the edge of the waterfall for the palm oil replanting process. To trek under the dense thickets is not advisable, you don't know what's crawling on top of you. But Bukit Cha Falls still beautiful from far away, the closest we can get is around 100 meter from the waterfall and maybe there is an afford by the plantation owner to clear all the deadwood and thickets so the waterfall itself will be well alive. Funny thing the workers at the plantation told us that we like a forestry officer and they not allowed us to take any photograph at the plantation site office, why? Entrance from the main road, use a road to SRJK (T) Ladang Gapis near Padang Rengas Government Clinic. This photo is taken from Padang Rengas Vocational School and it's visibly seen from Padang Rengas Petronas Station. You will cross underneath of PLUS Highway towards Ladang Gapis, find a route to Sungai Kangsar, better to ask the worker here as the plantation road quite confusing. Soon you will reach Sungai Kangsar bridge not far away from the rubber collec...
BUKIT CHA FALLS