A picturesque 'hidden village' consisting of several bamboo huts located deep in the jungle surrounded with man-made water stream and two pools.
The entrance to the place consists of one narrow and steep road. It is completely paved but be careful of deep potholes along the road. We are able to reach this place using a sedan car with meticulous attention while driving. It is quite narrow such that it only allows only one car to pass through. The place is about 1.8km from the main road. The signboard is quite small and you need to slow down your car while approaching this place. If you have passed through the town of Lenggong, that's mean you already missed the entrance.
Once you reach the place, you need to turn left and drive down towards the base of the hill to reach the registration counter. You can choose any available bamboo huts depending on the availability.
There are two main toilets, with one located at the top of the hill and another one at the bottom of the bottom of the hill. Both are well maintained and clean.
There is one man-made stream located right at the center which ends at the bottom of hill with two man-made pool. Personally the stream is strategically located and provide ambient atmosphere with scenic photoshoot.
There are several swings / cradles in this place. Each of them provide good opportunity for nice photoshoot.
There is dining area at the registration counter. You can either bring your own food or order the food in advance from the chef. The campsite is located at the base of the hill. The area is quite small though.
There is waterfall located not far from place which is within walking distance. Be careful of the blood thirsty leeches along the route.
There are two dogs who are guarding the place. Most of the time they are not leashed but you can request the staff to leash the dog. Apart from that, there is also one wild dog loitering around the place. Please be careful with your foods.
The price is RM50 per person and childs below 3 years old is free of charge.
The word 'hidden village' reminds me of The Hidden Leaf Village from the world of Naruto :)
In summary, this place is recommended for those nature lovers and for those who love to post beautiful pictures in the social media.