A massive national park in the centre of Peninsular Malaysia, Taman Negara National Park is the perfect way to get outdoors and enjoy the natural attractions that Malaysia offers. From thick rainforest to deep caves, this park is a dream come true for outdoor enthusiasts.
Calculated to be around 130 million years old, Taman Negara, Malaysia is home to one of the world’s oldest rainforests as well as the highest point in Peninsular Malaysia, Gunung Tahan, which is over 2000 metres above sea level.
This is the place to head to see the natural beauty of Malaysia.
Taman Negara actually translates to “National Park” in English and you’re going to love this place.
Below, you will find our full Taman Negara Pahang blog so you can have the best time possible in this gorgeous destination.
Taman Negara Acommodation
There is a great range of accommodation at the main entry point to the park, Kuala Tahan. Read our guide below to book the perfect Taman Negara accommodation for your trip from the absolute best choice to budget options.
Taman Negara Travel
Taman Negara is a little trickier to get to from Kuala Lumpur and other nearby destinations in Malaysia than most places, but it is doable. It is also near the train that runs to Kota Bharu. The easiest way to visit Taman Negara is on a tour so we have detailed guides below on how to travel to Taman Negara whether you are independent or on tour.
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