Lipis Adventure Nature in Pahang Malaysia

Lipis Adventure Nature in Pahang Malaysia

What are Lipis adventures and natures you can find if you are planning to visit Pahang Malaysia? Here are the guides for you. You can visit Kenong Rimba Park, Taman Negara Sungai Relau, Zoo, Homestay Kuala Medang, Empang Jaleh and Bukit Taching. Read here for more information about the best destinations in Malaysia. We have more than 1000 attractions such as foods, island and beach, historical building, nature and forest (Taman Negara Malaysia), mosque and more. We hope this information will benefit you to explore more adventure in Pahang Malaysia.

Lipis Adventure Nature in Pahang Malaysia Summary

  • Attraction: Lipis Adventure Nature in Pahang Malaysia
  • Location: Pahang Malaysia
  • Attraction Type: Attraction in Malaysia

Lipis Adventure Nature in Pahang Malaysia

Kenong Rimba Park

Kenong Rimba Park is located at the fringe of Taman Negara on its eastern and northern boundaries. This green precinct covers a sprawling 128 square kilometers of Pahang’s tropical rainforest. Kenong Rimba Park is home to pockets of limestone caves, which have become the destination of spelunking enthusiasts. The crystal-clear waters that flow through the park and high cascading waterfalls are exotic backdrops to a large array of flora and fauna. Click for more info about Kenong Rimba Park.

Taman Negara Sungai Relau

Taman Negara Sungai Relau is the popular point for jungle trekking and mountain climbing to Gunung Tahan (2187 meters). The route to Gunung Tahan is about 2 days as compared to the longer trek of 5 days from Kuala Tahan. Click here for more info about Taman Negara Sungai Relau. Click here for more information.

Zoo Lipis

It was opened on 4th March 2006 and launched by District Officer, Dato’ Haji Zainal Abidin bin Mat DIMP., AMN., BCM., PJK. It is located at the highest point of Bukit Bius, 1.5 km from entrance junction of Bukit Bius and Lipis Centrepoint. There are almost 40 species of animals. Click this link for more info.

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Homestay Kuala Medang

Homestay Kuala Medang is one of the typical traditional villages near Jelai River. It is located 51 kilometers from Kuala Lipis, 38 kilometers from Raub and 100 kilometers from Cameron Highland. A perfect hideaway for tourists that seek for different style of vacation. The villagers are mostly traditional farmers. Searching for d’Farida River View Chalet? Click here for more information about homestay in Kuala Medang.

Empang Jaleh

Empang Jaleh is a recreational lake that is located 14km west of Kuala Lipis and 115km from Kuala Lumpur. It is more than 184.35 acres big. It is a perfect place to relax and wind down with your faimly. Click here for service charge and fee as well as top activity in Empang Jaleh.

Bukit Taching

Our last but not least is to visit Bukit Taching. Bukit Taching is an excellent spot for bird watching, located off the trunk road of Benta-Jerantut. The dense tropical jungle around Bukit Taching is home to more than 150 species of lowland birds. A must visit place for bird lovers. You can visit to Taman Eko Rimba Ulu Jeransang. Click here for details.


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The best destination for nature lovers for Lipis Adventure are:

  1. Kenong Rimba Park
  2. Taman Negara Sungai Relau
  3. Zoo Lipis
  4. Homestay at Kuala Medang
  5. Empang Jaleh
  6. Bukit Taching

Now, though no longer a bustling trading center, it remains as the administrative center for the district of Lipis, one of the largest districts in Pahang.

The town is evolved at the confluence of the Lipis River and Jelai River. Due to its strategic location, the town grew into a prominent trading and commercial center in the state. So prominent was the town that the British, who came to Pahang since 1872 made the state capital in 1891, and remained so until 1955 when Kuantan, the present state capital took over the honors.

As a town that was formerly the state capital, Kuala Lipis is dotted by many historical buildings and structures of colonial architectures. Among them are the various government office buildings in the town, the Clifford School, the rest house at Residency Hill and the Pahang Club buildings. Railway service is started in 1926, when the railway tracks from Johor Bahru in the south that have already reached Gemas in Negeri Sembilan were extended to Kuala Lipis and Cegar Perah in the north. Later, the railway tracks up north was extended to reach Tumpat in Kelantan.