Gunung Stong State Park

Gunung Stong State Park (GSSP) is a forested territory, totaling 21,950ha with a few noticeable mountain crests. The zone is of exceptional excellence and is home to one of the most elevated waterfalls in Malaysia, the seven-layered Jelawang Waterfall.

The tough scene of GSSP offers many energizing enterprises for any individual who adores nature and nature. GSSP has critical eco-tourism esteems as well as fills in as a huge preservation zone with rich vegetation decent variety.

Creatures, for example, the Asian elephant, seladang, awesome argus bird, Malayan tiger, serow and ungulate are known to meander the backwoods in Stong. With the help of a qualified and proficient trekking guide, your investigation of GSSP will be made more significant as intriguing viewpoints about the biodiversity of the range are brought up.

The Bogo Rock Shelter, a give in like arrangement, is an appropriate laying point while in transit to the summit of Gunung Stong, which can be come to inside four hours of trekking. In the interim, Gunung Ayam, the most elevated top in the region at 1,504m, is a perfect spot to get lovely dawns and nightfalls.

A campground is accessible for overnight remains. Visit the stunning 225 million-year-old limestone caverns at Dabong that house a few bat animal groups and uncommon verdure, including an endemic resin.


Via Car

From Kuala Lumpur, take the North-South Expressway traveling north and exit at Kuala Kangsar.From the leave, head towards Gerik and afterward continue along the East-West parkway towards Jeli. At Jeli town, take after Route 66 prompting Dabong. Then again, take the East Coast Expressway from KL towards Bentong. From that point, take after Route 8 to Gua Musang, and afterward get on Route D29 to Dabong.

Via Train

From the KL Sentral Station, the northbound express prepare to Kota Bharu will take you through a few little settlements including Dabong. From that point, youll need to cross Sungei Galas and make a beeline for Jelawang which is just 3km away.

By Boat

Take a pontoon at Kuala Krai to Dabong/Jelawang. The vessel ride takes around 60 minutes.