Gunung Ledang Waterfall Reopens to Visitors on July 8
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Finally: Gunung Ledang Waterfall Reopens to Visitors on July 8

Finally Gunung Ledang Waterfall Reopens to Visitors on July 8 Photo by Website/Johor National Parks

After a year of upgrading the facilities in the area, Gunung Ledang Waterfall is again ready to welcome visitors as it reopens on July 8.

A well-loved tourist attraction, the waterfall is located near the Gunung Ledang Legendary Forest Park in the district of Tangkak, Johor. Tourists and locals alike take pleasure in being closer to nature as they make their way up the waterfall. While the trek is short, as it only takes about 15 minutes to reach the Kolam Puteri and waterfall from the base of Gunung Ledang, visitors can marvel at the lush greenery that seems to envelop the area. 

The Johor National Park Corporation (JPNC) hopes that reopening the attraction will reenergize the nearby communities and establishments. To ensure safety and cleanliness, the number of visitors allowed to enter the waterfall is limited to 2,000. Visitors are also encouraged to bring plastic bags so they can properly dispose of their trash. 

Only the waterfall attraction will reopen to visitors as the resort in the area will remain closed.

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