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05/06/2014 12:39 pm ET | Updated May 06, 2014

Malaysia Will Ban Men From Waterfall, Creating Women-Only Attraction

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Men, if you want to see a stunning Malaysian waterfall, you better get there quickly.

The as-yet-to-be-determined waterfall is located at Tasik Kenyir, an artificial lake in the Northeast Malaysian state of Terengganu. Making the waterfall a spot for ladies only is part of a nearly $92 million development project, the Daily Mail reports.

Not only will the designated waterfall allow only female visitors, but boats transporting women to the waterfall and security guards at the site will all be female as well.

The single-sex area is being created as a request from female tourists in West Asia, spokesman Datuk Seri Ahmad said.

Ahmad continued to say that the women-only area is also part of an effort by the Terengganu government to create a unique tourist attraction.

Other changes coming to Tasik Kenyir include turning the area into the only duty-free lake in the world, adding passenger and cargo jetties, and constructing a hotel and water park.

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