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2nd Floor, Bangunan Ming, Jalan Bukit Nanas,
50250 Kuala Lumpur
taman negara

Taman Negara, Pahang (Malaysia), the worlds oldest rainforest tropical beckons in Malaysia. Taman Negara is a vast national park in Malaysia on the Malay Peninsula. It encompasses a sprawling tropical rainforest that's said to be 130 million years old. Kuala Tahan, the main entry point, is a base for the nearby canopy walkaway, river trips and treks through the jungle to the top of Mount Tahan. 

The park is home to tigers, macaques and birdlife, as well the enormous flowers of the rafflesia plant

Jungle Trekking to Canopy Walk

Trekking under the high density rainforest canopy about 1.7km from Wildlife HQ to Teresek Hill. From the top of 334m height, enjoy the magnificent panoramic view of Mount Tahan (can be seen or clear weather) and fabulous rainforest canopy throughout the hills and valleys

Boat Cruise to Lata Beach

Cruise along Sungai Tahan to relish the riverside flora and fauna & dip into the refreshing cascades at Lata Beach which form a natural Jacuzzi. Along the way, stop by the Fish Santuary for a chance to snorkel amongst fresh water fishes. Truly an extraordinary nature experience

Night Jungle Walk

The Night Jungle Walk, the best way to discover the side of the jungle which comes alive at night. Familiarize & learn yourself with nocturnal plants & insects. 

Savour a chance to spot animals up close at the Observation Hide Catch sights of mammal's en-route (Sambar deer, mouse deer & porcupine, if your are luck)

Visit Aborigines Settlement

'Orang Asli', the local natives, are gentle folk who lead a nomadic lifestyle in Taman Negara. They are called Batek and their settlements are found along the trails whilst, some are accessible by boat. They will demostrate how to make a blow pipe to hunt animal as well as make a fire on their own way

Wildlife Observation

To observe the animals, you need to do it from the hides that are built structurally sound, safe and located at strategic position. Spend nights hidden up in the trees while waiting for a tapir, bear, elephant and etc to appear. Most hides a built overlooking saltlicks, from which some animals obtain necessary minerals. 

Four Steps Waterfall

The eastern flanks of Mount Tahan and Mount Gedong drop off very sharply into the headwaters of Tahan River. One of the tributaries in the Ulu Tahan plunges and cascades spectacularly down the mountain side in what is known as the Four Steps Waterfall

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