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Hanging bridge at Chamang Waterfall
Hanging Bridge at Chamang Faterfall, near Bentong, Malaysia.
Hanging bridge at Chamang Waterfall

Chamang Waterfall at Bentong

Great flow of water, but there are turbulence and whirlpools. The rocks are too slippery for us to venture at that upper waterfall. Look at that three yellow Danger/Warning markers.

Chamang Waterfall at Bentong

Air Terjun Chamang Bentong
vertical view
Air Terjun Chamang Bentong

22 comments

  1. I used to work near some waterfalls in the forests of northern South Africa that looked something like those – it was probably the best spot in the sub-continent for the rare palearctic migrant, the grey wagtail.any cool wagtails or other birds there?

  2. Thanks Dale for first comment this morning.I was there just just a few minutes, so I didn\’t birding. That place was full of visitor on Sunday. I saw a par of Little Egret flying pass.

  3. Hi Tabib,This is a very impressive set of pictures. Wonderful waterfall and this bridge is simply gorgeous. But I\’m wondering, where are the feather? 😉

  4. Wow this is beautiful. The suspended bridge looked scary though. Love the beautiful waterfall in the background. Have a nice weekend.

  5. Wow. I can guess that makes a lot of noise. It is a beautiful site too. What a place to take pictures.Living in such wonderful places, so different from where I have lived, you might enjoy a look at The Hamlet of Gordon, Ohio. It is how small hamlets used to be and this one still exists. The Hamlet of Gordon

  6. Spectacular photos. It would be fun to walk along the bridge and look down at the water. The last shot with that beautiful plant in the forground is lovely, so beautifully composed.

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