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Pahang ~ Taman Negara


Taman Negara, the Premiere National Park in Malaysia, showcases an ancient natural habitat, which includes waterfalls, jungle trails, wildlife, fishing hole’s, camping grounds and much more. The best time to visit the park is between February and December.

Older than the Congo or Amazon, the tropical rain forest of Taman Negara (National Park) spreads over 4,343 square kilometers encompassing lush vegetation, huge limestone caves, raging rivers, diverse flora and fauna and mountainous terrain all offering a multitude of activities such as river rafting, fishing, jungle-trekking, camping, wildlife observation and lots more. An excursion into the heartland of Malaysia's tropics, Taman Negara spells amazing adventure in the great outdoors.

Gunung Tahan

The most challenging activity in the park is the trek up Gunung Tahan, Peninsula Malaysia's highest summit, 2,187m high. The  recommended time for the 55 km climb and return trip is nine days. All trekkers must be accompanied by guides from the wildlife and National Park Department. 




Accommodations include the rest house, chalets, and a hostel.


Canopy Walk

The height whereby these bridges are suspended with cables and ropes are quite

High about 25 metres high and over 400 metres long. The walkway itself has steel piping on the lower part of the bridge to hole the  planks in place whereas tow strong, stiff cables hold the ropes attached horizontally, middle and vertically. It lies on the top layer of vegetation and allows you to view the plant and animal species found here. The walkway starts with almost a ninety - degree stairs climbing up to the highest point, approx. 150 feet above sea level.


Taman Negara Activities    Taman Negara Malaysia Maps


Over the years, although Malaysia has promoted Taman Negara as a popular tourist destination, the government has taken careful steps to ensure the conservation of the park's flora and fauna.











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