Visit Taman Negara National Park
Rafflesia, orchids, ferns and towering trees abound in the Taman Negara National Park, a protected area that comprises one of the world's oldest tropical rainforests.
More than 300 species of mammals are known to live here, although it can be difficult to spot them. Nevertheless, there's a good chance of glimpsing monkeys, deer, tapirs - and if you're really lucky - even elephants, tigers, leopards and rhinos.
The real joy, however, is simply being in this unspoilt and undisturbed environment, which as well as having fabulous flora and fauna is also home to the nomadic Batek people, one of Malaysia's aboriginal groups.
Top itineraries in Taman Negara National Park
From Europe to the Far East, myriad influences play out across peninsular Malaysia’s colonial towns, city greats and island beaches. You’ll showcase the best of it all with bijou stays, private transfers and exclusive touring, ranging from rainforest cruises to tea tasting in the Cameron Highlands.
Alternatively, call one of our experts on 020 7590 0613. We are open tomorrow from 10:30 am.
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