INFINITY EDGE SWIMMING POOL
Our infinity edge swimming pool located right next to the holiday home, offers a breathtaking view of the forest and Gepai River. The pool is an ideal place to enjoy a relaxing swim while appreciating the beautiful surrounding view. Beside our swimming pool, we have a Kayu Jati Pergola equipped with wooden chairs made specially for our guests. There is even a bed swing attached to the Pergola! On the other side of the swimming pool is a wooden deck with wooden pool chairs perfect for guests who enjoys sun tanning.
OUTDOOR DINING AREA
With our custom-made 16ft dining table situated right beside the water feature, this allow our guest to enjoy a meal with a breathtaking view of our infinity edge swimming pool and the Malaysian rainforest. Our dining table can seat 16 people altogether comfortably, perfect for big groups!
Our barbecue area is located at an open space in the garden, complete with an outdoor seating area and barbecue pit. This specially designed area is ideal for guests to have a barbecue party in the evening while enjoying the natural environment. The seating area has a built-in sound system which can be connected via Bluetooth. Guests can enjoy having barbecue while listening to music to uplift the ambience!
PRIVATE RIVERFRONT BEACH
Our man-made riverfront beach is located just few minutes from the holiday home! It is a short walk from our home down to the riverfront beach. The cool waters flowing in Gepai River naturally creates a cooling and refreshing breeze. With the full access provided, guests will definitely enjoy their private time at our riverfront beach.
The Gepai Falls is among the top 10 Waterfalls in Perak. The water is crystal clear and cool. Although the stream is a small one, the waterfall looks powerful because the water is foced through a narrow opening in the rocks. The waterfall is not signposted but well known with the locals, so it can be crowded in weekends. The waterfall is located just 5 minute drive / 15-20 minutes jungle trek from The Cedar Villa. From the carpark you can cross the stream on a small bridge. This bridge is a favourite spot to dive down in the cool, clear water below.