A walk through prehistoric rainforests, Pahang

Estimated to be over 130 million years old, Taman Negara is Malaysia’s premier national park and one of the world’s oldest rainforests. Home to a vast diversity of flora and fauna, as well as amazing natural landscapes, this virgin rainforest is also the location of Mount Tahan, the highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia. Get an overhead view of the forest via the world’s longest canopy walkway, or take part in the different activities and attractions available at each of the park’s four entry points.

Must Do

  • Stroll along the world’s longest canopy walkway while enjoying the view of the surroundings at 45m above ground
  • Explore ancient limestone caves
  • Take your pick from a variety of eco-adventure activities available: rapid shooting, jungle trekking, canoeing, mountain climbing
  • Visit the orang asli (indigenous community) settlement
  • Spend a night in an observation hide to catch a glimpse of nocturnal wildlife

Who To Contact

Phone: +603-9086 6800

Fax: +603-9075 2873

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