3D2N Taman Negara


Taman Negara offers a host of activities for everyone - from those who need a bit of adrenalin rush and some physical exertion to those who are intent to just enjoy what nature has to offer. You wont be disappointed.

Taman Negara is considered to be one of the best bird watching spots and local species include Drongos, and the Pied Hornbills. Butterflies are relatively abundant, but collecting them is forbidden. So if you are a nature enthusiast come ready with your camera and sketch-pads if you are artistically inclined. Besides exotic birds there are loads of brilliantly gorgeous wild orchids in this National Park.

Take a walk in the dark jungle which can be quite scary, as many unfamiliar sounds can be heard. Have a canopy walk and then trek the jungle where the guide will show you plants, species of fungi, rattan, liana trees and others, and their commercial and medical values. You will have the opportunity to observe a settlement of Orang Asli or Aborigines and learn from them - how to produce fire using Meranti wood and rattan, how to kill birds or other creatures by poisonous ‘sumpit’, and how to get safe drinking water from the liana trees.

For the more adventurous there are a number of outcrops of limestone to test your skills and some of the outcrops also contain caves for those visitors interested in cave exploration. Ancient drawings are also to be found on some of the cave walls. Popular caves include Gua Telinga and Gua Duan Menari. Gua means cave in Malay.

There are allegedly more than 200 species of fish in Taman Negara and a good proportion of them belong to the carp family. Toman is Malay for snakeheads, these fish grow to lengths of about 3 feet and make good catches. Giant catfish, sebarau, tengas and daun are there also for the catching.

Taman Negara provides good opportunities for water rafting for those bent on experiencing the thrills of negotiating the Sungei Tembeling's rapids.



Register yourself at a local hotel in Kuala Lumpur where the coach will depart at 7.30 am to Taman Negara. Stopover at Jerantut for registration and lunch. Proceed to Taman Negara via Kuala Tembeling Jetty by boat. Upon arrival check in to your resort/chalets where dinner will be served at the floating restaurant.

View a video presentation about Taman Negara before a night jungle walk. Visit Taman Hide, a place to observe the wildlife in their natural undisturbed habitat.

After breakfast at the floating restaurant, go jungle trekking to Bukit (Hill) Teresek. This popular trail runs along the flat river terrace for about 400M, then climbs steeply up onto the Bukit Teresek ridge.This is phenomenally one of the best bird-watching areas in the Park. The steep part of the trail is hard, sweaty work, but passes through impressive tall forest. Giant squirrels might be seen up here, and if you are very lucky, white-handed gibbons. From the top visible on clear days is Gunung Tahan (2186M), the highest in Peninsular Malaysia.

Then to Canopy Walkway, the world's longest hanging bridge. You can walk across the Walkway suspended 25m above the ground.

After lunch at the floating restaurant, visit the Orang Asli Village. Witness the simple culture and lifestyle of the Orang Asli (aboriginal people of Malaysia).

Go on a boat ride and shoot the rapids and get soaked before returning to the floating restaurant for dinner.


After breakfast in floating restaurant, depart from Taman Negara via Kuala Temberang Jetty by boat to Jerantut. Collect your laminated Certificate at Jerantut.

After lunch, depart to Kuala Lumpur and arrive at a specified local hotel.


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