Malaysia
Taman Negara

Embark on a journey to Taman Negara, Malaysia's premier national park, where ancient rainforest whispers tales of biodiversity and adventures await in its verdant embrace. Read more

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Taman Negara, which literally translates to 'National Park' in Malay, is reputed to be the oldest tropical rainforest in the world, estimated to be over 130 million years old. It's a vast national park, covering 4,343 square kilometers across three Malaysian states. The park is a treasure trove of biodiversity, home to rare mammals like Malayan tigers, Asian elephants, and exotic birds. For those seeking adventure, Taman Negara offers a myriad of activities such as jungle trekking, river cruises, night safaris, and the canopy walkway, which is suspended 45 meters above ground. The park is also steeped in cultural history, with indigenous Orang Asli tribes residing within. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about their ancient customs and traditional way of living in harmony with nature. Despite its ancient feel, Taman Negara provides facilities for eco-tourism and research, making it a unique blend of conservation and public accessibility.

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What to do in Taman Negara

Taman Negara Canopy Walkway

The longest canopy walk in the world offers a panoramic view of the rainforest from above, a must-do for every visitor.

Bukit Teresek

A trek to this viewpoint provides a spectacular panoramic view of the national park and a chance to observe the lush flora and fauna.

Gua Telinga (Ear Cave)

Explore this intriguing cave system, named for its ear-like appearance, known for its unique rock formations and resident bats.

Lata Berkoh Cascades

Accessible via a boat trip, these cascades offer a serene spot for swimming and picnicking, surrounded by the dense jungle.

Orang Asli Villages

Gain insights into the traditional lifestyle of the indigenous people, with opportunities to observe their customs and hunting techniques.

Rapid Shooting

Experience the thrill of navigating the rapids of Sungai Tembeling on a traditional wooden boat.

Night Jungle Walk

Discover the nocturnal wonders of the rainforest, including its diverse insects, night birds, and perhaps, if lucky, catch the gleam of a predator’s eyes.

Tahan Mountain

Challenge yourself with a trek up the highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia for breathtaking views and a sense of accomplishment.

Kuala Tahan

The main entry point to Taman Negara, with accommodation options and the departure point for many of the park’s guided tours and activities.

Fishing in Taman Negara

Try your hand at fishing in the park’s many rivers and streams, which are home to a variety of freshwater fish species.

What else to visit
In and around Taman Negara

Cameron Highland (113.71 km)

Escape to Cameron Highlands, Malaysia’s quintessential hill station, where lush tea plantations and strawberry farms stretch across misty valleys, offering a cool respite from the tropical heat.

Genting Skyway (129.22 km)

Soar above the clouds on the Genting Skyway, a marvel of engineering that offers breathtaking panoramic views of Malaysia's lush landscapes.

Ipoh (149.08 km)

Discover Ipoh, the heart of Malaysia’s Perak state, where echoes of old-world charm blend with vibrant street art and culinary feasts, offering an enriching urban escape.

Batu Cave (150.47 km)

Ascend to the sacred Batu Caves, Malaysia's limestone sanctuary, where nature and spirituality culminate in an awe-inspiring ensemble of caves and Hindu temples.

Kuala Lumpur (159.39 km)

Amidst the soaring skyscrapers and vibrant street markets, Kuala Lumpur is a cosmopolitan canvas that blends the old with the new, the traditional with the modern, in a dance of cultural diversity.

Ubudiah Royal Mosque (166.37 km)

Amidst the regal charm of Kuala Kangsar, the Ubudiah Mosque stands as a pinnacle of splendor, with its golden domes gleaming under the Malaysian sun.

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