Gunung Stong State Park (GSSP) (formerly called Jelawang Jungle) gazeted as state park on October 2005 is listed among the top five unique ecotourism destinations in Malaysia and is situated on the fringes of Malaysia’s massive Titiwangsa range.is a forested area, totaling 21,950ha with several prominent mountain peaks The mountainous backdrop there is made up of a chain of majestic peaks, waiting to be conquered – Gunung Ayam, Gunung Stong, Gunung Tera, Gunung Saji, Gunung Kob, Gunung Baha, Gunung Beirut, Gunung Che Tahir. (Gunung is the local word for mountain).. The area is of outstanding beauty and is home to one of the highest waterfalls in South East Asia, Jelawang Waterfall.
The rugged landscape of GSSP offers many exciting adventures for anyone who loves nature and the great outdoors. GSSP not only has important eco-tourism values but also serves as a significant conservation area with richflora and fauna diversity.
Meet guide at Dabong train station and grab breakfast
Caving at Gua Keris, Gua Gelap, Gua Pagar and Gua Ikan
Transfer to Jelawang village/Resort
Check in at PMGK Camp
Trekking up to Bottom of 1st waterfall (Free & Easy)
Trekking Down to PMGK Camp
Trekking up to Base Camp 1500 ft above sea level (2 hours)
Estimated arrival at Bahas Camp (Top of waterfall) and have lunch
Set up campsite
Slight down at 2nd waterfall
Free & Easy
Trekking up to the last waterfall
Lunch at Telaga Tujuh (Seven Wells)
Down to base camp (Free & Easy)
Down to resort
Transfer to Dabong via Mini Van
Dinner at GSSPR
Catch the train back to KL
By road From Kuala Lumpur (KL), take the North-South Expressway heading north and exit at Kuala Kangsar.From the exit, head towards Gerik and then proceed along the East-West highway towards Jeli. At Jeli town, follow Route 66 leading to Dabong. Alternately, take the East Coast Expressway from KL towards Bentong. From there, follow Route 8 to Gua Musang, and then get on Route D29 to Dabong. By train From the KL Sentral Station, the northbound express train to Kota Bharu will take you through several small settlements including Dabong. From there, you’ll need to take taxi(private car) and head to Jelawang which is only 7km away.