before you reach Lata Iskandar, at the 13th km along the
Jalan Tapah-Cameron Highlands, there is a huge and fast flowing
stream where cool water flows down from the surrounding
mountains and merge at certain parts with hot water,
flowing out of rocks.
Kuala Woh Recreational Park, this was once the only
place in the country with a caravan park but is now
visited mostly by day-trippers as there are no caravans
around to take advantage of the facility.
place is perhaps the most established waterfall
recreational park in Perak with facilities for
relaxation, ample camping space with allocated lots, and
even chalets managed by the State Forestry Department
for those wishing to stay.
recreational park is not exactly by the main roadside as
you have to turn right at an adjoining road and proceed
2km further before you get there. The place is
surrounded by secondary jungle and Orang Asli villages.
These villages are more established then those further
up and there are schools as well.
There is a
huge and shady parking space and a nice tiled paths that
pass through several rest shades, while hibiscus and
bougainvillea bushes as well as wild trees surround the
place adding to its beauty and providing shady relief. The area
around the Kuala Woh Recreational Park is clean and well
kept and by the sandy banks of the main stream, you may
spy at Rajah Brooke butterflies in groups of 20 or more,
sipping mineral from the ground.