The entry ticket - RM1 per adult.
We reached the lower and flatter surface of the waterfall (or rather stream) first. So all three of us dipped our feet into the cool water. The depth of the stream is not as abrupt as the one at Jalan Sungai Tua. This stream seems to have more shallow spots, so is safer for toddlers like Juan Or. As usual, Juan Or enjoyed his dips with snapshots to show:
Mommy managed to capture a closer look of the stream water too.....
.....and the river rocks as well.
After the feet dipping session, we ventured further up a steep, long and rather narrow flight of stairs to see the waterfall. While climbing up the stairs, we were greeted with barbeque aroma because along the stairs, there were 'stops' for people to camp or picnic. Whoa, the smell of barbequed spicy chicken really made Mommy's stomach rumbled, what's more it was already noon - time for lunch! With the smell temptation came the visual temptation! It's just so tempting to steal glances at what the picnickers were barbecuing, but lo and behold, all Mommy saw were chicken pieces with most parts charred! What an anticlimax! ^ ^
Finally we reached the top part of the waterfall, though not the topmost part yet. It was Papa who carried Juan Or all the way up. Mommy, without carrying Juan Or, was already slower than Papa and Mommy was panting like mad too. This reminds Mommy that Mommy is no longer young! We spent some time looking and admiring the waterfall. Juan Or seemed fascinated too. He did not fret at all, instead he looked long and hard at the flowing water.
A landscape view of the Sungai Gabai Waterfall.
A portrait view now.
And last but not least, a last dip at the stream water again before it's time to say bye-bye to the waterfall!