The 4343 sq km Taman Negara National Park is located on the Titiwangsa Mountain Range, one of the world’s oldest tropical rainforest. It has been conserved since 1938. The 135 million year old Taman Negara is a nature reserve not to be missed. This tropical rainforest will give you a wonderful chance to study the biodiversity in such a forest.
A variety of birds, butterflies, insects, fish and plants can be found here. You may even sight hornbills, pheasants and kingfishers monkeys, gibbons, wildboars, deer, and tapir.
There are plenty of things to do here. If you like adventure, you may want to enjoy the thrilling rapids, exploring caves, climbing mountain, jungle trekking or swimming. This place is indeed a nature paradise. The world’s longest 400 m canopy walk allows you to enjoy the scenic rich and diverse flora and fauna at the summit of the forest, 25 meters above the ground.
It is also home to the Malaysia’s friendly indigenous people, the Orang Asli. Orang Asli guides can be engaged for some cave excursions. You may also like to experience a visit to the Orang Asli settlement.