Templer Park Waterfall

Tour Price

RM 180.00 per Adult    /    RM 120.00 per Child

Tour Information

Templer Park (Malay: Hutan Lipur Templer) is a forest reserve in Rawang, Gombak District, Selangor, Malaysia. It is 1,214 hectares in size and it was named in honor of Sir Gerald Templer, a British High Commissioner in Malaya. “On 8 September 1954, His Highness the Sultan of Selangor, the late Sultan Hishamuddin Alam Shah declared that Templer’s Park was ‘dedicated by Selangor to serve as a refuge and a sanctuary for wildlife and a meeting-place for all who love and respect the beauty of nature’. The following year the government gazette the area as “a Botanical Garden and Public Park” under the land enactment (Notification 104-1955)”. This forest reserve consists of multi-tiered waterfalls, jungle streams and trails. Several amenities are available in this forest reserve, such as picnic grounds, fishing spots, parking lots, public toilets and stalls. Wildlife that can be spotted in Templer’s Park include the park monkey, the hawk-cuckoo, the crested serpent eagle, the emerald dove, the forest wagtail, malkohas, the barbet, the woodpecker, the flycatcher-shrike, the blue-winged leafbird, the earless agamid, the Malaysian crested lizard, various kinds of toads and snakes and serow (goat-antelopes). Studies by Malaysian Nature Society have confirmed that there is still a population of serow living in the vicinity.

Tour Sight-Seeing

09:00 : Departure from HAN office, KL*

Sightseeing places

  • batu caves (visit stopover)
  • local dry food outlet
  • pewter outlet (visit stopover)
  • templer park (swim at waterfall)
  • Stopby Hot Spring if time permitted

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