Absolutely a MUST visit for those planning to discover the hidden charm of Malaysia’s natural wonder.
Taman Negara Pahang is touted to be the most visited National Park in Malaysia. The size of this national park which is a single swath of protected rainforest is easily the largest in South-East Asia.
With a size of about 4,343 sq km (coveringparts of the states of Pahang, Kelantan and Terengganu) this park is a shadowy, damp, and impenetrable jungle. Although being a national park, it is not easy for visitors to spot wildlife. Only extremely lucky visitors will catch a glimpse of endangered Sumatran rhinos and tigers, while many more will observe elephants, wild deer and oxen, serows, sambars, mouse deer, wild pigs, and other animals from one of the many hides placed near salt licks and waterholes.
Taman Negara Malaysia – Try to spend more time in Taman Negara because the more you put into a visit here, the more you’ll get out of it. Quick and short visits although giving you a taste of what is has to offer is only scratching the surface of this huge ancient rainforest.
If you are short of time, then the best would be for you to book a 3 day trip. On this exciting journey, canoe up the Tahan River to explore jungle vegetation, get a bird’s-eye view of the forest on the canopy walkway and try out some jungle survival activities. This exhilarating adventure is the perfect way to experience the wild beauty of Taman Negara.
- Kuala Lumpur to Taman Negara 3-day trip
- Scenic, two-hour boat trip from Kuala Tembeling to Kuala Tahan
- Walk across the canopy walkway to see the forest from a unique vantage point
- Take a jungle survival class and learn how to survive in the wild
- Keep your eyes out for nocturnal animals on an evening trek
- 2-night stay in a 4-star resort hotel and expert guide included