Gepai Falls is known to many people. Waterfall Survivors is going to Gepai Falls, but not the usual Gepai Falls. We are going to the upper Gepai which is 2.5 hours upstream.
Thanks to our recce team for discovering this falls. Thanks to Siang Hui for the topomap info and Harry for the hardwork exploring the place. Well done guys…
They drive started early at 7am to Gepai Falls. After breakfast they started the drive and reached around 10am. Upon reaching the lower falls, rubbish is seen all over the place. This place is really not taken care of. We think it’s time that Waterfall Survivors should organize a Save Our Waterfalls Campaign here at the lower falls. So sad.. beautiful surrounding with crystal clear water… but with so much of rubbish… pampers, plastic bottles, polystyrene boxes, and etc… MALAYSIANS!!! Can we all be thoughtful enough to clean our own mess after having nice time with Mother Nature? What are we doing to her?? Let’s not talk about the sad story… We started our 2.5 hours hike.. A gradient terrain.. up and down… and we reached the the falls at the upper falls…. Here.. it’s a heaven…. No rubbish at all… pristine surrounding with nice crystal clear waterfalls.Some of our Waterfall Survivors members went for hydro massage… while others enjoying themselves taking pictures. The next fall is a small fall but beautiful with a real deep deep pool.. NO SWIMMING… too deep… The water is cold and refreshing..A place that is so beautiful… Just hope that there won’t be more people coming in here and destroy it like what they did with the lower falls.
~Waterfalls are BEAUTIFUL but DANGEROUS. Take Safety Precautions at Waterfalls~