Attraction in Taman Negara Pahang National Park

Attraction in Taman Negara Pahang National Park

What are best attractions in Taman Negara Pahang? Get information about unique species, freshwater fishes, flora and fauna in Malaysia National Park and resort here.

Attraction in Taman Negara Pahang National Park Summary

  • Attraction: Attraction in Taman Negara Pahang National Park
  • Location: Pahang Malaysia
  • Attraction Type: Forest in Malaysia

Attraction in Taman Negara Pahang National Park from Official

About Malaysia National Park

Gazette as a National Park since 1938, Taman Negara is Malaysia’s premier national park and the largest in the country. Spread over 4,343 square kilometers, this wild and virgin region is densely covered with ancient rainforest. Spanning the three states of Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang, its protrusion into Pahang is the largest. Previously known as King George V National Park, Taman Negara is meticously conserved and jealously guarded as it is among the last remaining frontiers of pristine rainforest.

The myriad variety of wildlife can be seen and photographed from the many observation ‘hides’ that are specially constructed around the salt licks frequented by the nocturnal animals. The most popular hide is the Tahan Hide, which is a 5-minute walk from the park headquarters. Taman Negara holds an endless list of exhilarating sights and exciting activities for you. Let your adventure spirit take you on an unforgettable tour of nature. A short walk of 1.5km, from the Park’s headquarters bring you to the Canopy Walkway, a suspension bridge of strong ropes, cables, net and wood, hanging 40 meters above the ground.

There are several limestone hills that stay undisturbed since several hundred million years ago. Gua Telinga, Gua Kepayang, Gua Daun Menari and Gua Luas are among the more popular caves. A leisurely 40-minute trip up the Tahan River is the Lata Berkoh Waterfall. It offers visitors the invigorating experience of swimming in the cool waters of deep pool below the fall. The more adventurous would perhaps prefer shooting the 7 rapids of the Tembeling River. The 9-kms ride in an open boat takes about 5 minutes but be preopared to get wet.

Permits and licenses are mandatory requirements prior to going into Taman Negara. You may apply for one at any Department of Wildlife’s counters located at the Kuala Tembeling jetty or Kuala Tahan:

  • Entry permit – RM 1 per person
  • Fishing licenses – RM 10 per rod
  • Camera license – RM 5 per unit
  • Camping fee – RM 2 per person
  • Canopy Walk – RM 5 per person
  • Hide – RM 5 per person/night

You need to pay for boat fares:

  • Lata Berkoh – RM160.00 (4-seater)
  • Kuala Trenggan – RM120.00 (4-seater), RM200.00 (12-seater)
  • Kuala Keniyam – RM300.00 (4-seater), RM400.00 (12-seater)
  • Telinga Cave – RM60.00 (4-seater), RM80.00 (12-seater)
  • Fishing 3D/2N – RM1,500.00 (12-seater)

Boat service between Kuala Tembeling – Kuala Tahan – Kuala Tembeling depart at 9.00 am. & 2.00 pm. daily. The boat fare is RM60.00 per person one way. Advance booking should be made to Mutiara Taman Negara Tel: 609-266 3500.

  • Guide Fee: (max.12 pax)
  • One (1) Day – RM250.00
  • Half a Day – RM150.00
  • Gunong Tahan – RM1,200.00 (7 days) , RM150.00 (each additional day)

Taman Negara Exploration by Jungle Trekking

Jungle trekking offers many opportunities for the visitors to experience first-hand the exotic beauty of nature at its best. There are many well-marked trails like the Tahan Trails, Teranggan Trail, Neram Trail, and Bukit Teresek loop. Each trail promises different adventure, yet all are equally fascinating.

You must visit Kuala Tahan because it is where the Taman Negara Headquarters is located. Activities such as canopy walkway, Bukit Teresek, Kuala Terenggan, Kuala Keniyam, Telinga Cave.

These are activities you can do at Taman Negara:

  • Camping
  • Jungle Trekking
  • NIght walk & night safari
  • bird watching
  • white water rafting
  • The batek: native of the jungle)
  • Lata Berkoh & Kelah Sanctuary
  • Climbing at Gunung Tahan 2,187 meters


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Attraction in Taman Negara Pahang National Park Reviews

Customer Reviews about Attraction in Taman Negara Pahang National Park

Getting to Taman Negara - World's Oldest Jungle -

Feeling MAGIC in National Park! This is our Visual Journey and story about our trip to one of the world's oldest jungles. It is located in Malaysia, only about 240 km from Kuala Lumpur. This is truly a place full of magic!

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What to do in Malaysia National Park rainforest - Excursion from Mutiara Taman Negara

After a first amazing night in our tiny home in the rainforest of Malaysia National Park, the Mutiara Taman Negara Resort, it was time to explore this beautiful national park. We booked an excursion at the reception of our hotel and did a half day tour. It took us to the largest tree in the rainforest, to a fish sanctuary and we also hiked and swim in a beautiful waterfall. Nature in Malaysia is wonderful. If you want to know what an excursion in National Park Rainforest looks like, this is the video to watch!

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Contact Mutiara Taman Negara Kuala Tahan Park Eco Park Resort Malaysia

Mutiara Taman Negara Kuala Tahan Pahang
Kuala Tahan, 27000, Jerantut, Pahang, Malaysia
Telephone: +609 266 3500