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Taman Negara National Park

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Taman Negara National Park

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No.4 Bangunanan lknp Merapoh, Taman Negara, 27000 Malaysia
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Private Full Day Cameron Highlands Nature Tour from Kuala Lumpur
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Private Full Day Cameron Highlands Nature Tour from Kuala Lumpur

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Enjoy all the flexibility of independent travel without the hassle of self-driving on this door-to-door private tour of the Cameron Highlands. After short stops at the Lata Iskandar waterfall and an indigenous village, choose to visit tea plantations, flower gardens, a pick-your-own strawberry farm, a cactus farm, vegetable gardens, or the Sam Poh Temple.
US$114.88 per adult
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Izz Shariff wrote a review Sep 2020
Shah Alam, Malaysia87 contributions86 helpful votes
You can drive to Taman Negara Pahang via Jerantut. You can stay at Mutiara Resort located in the Taman Negara area (National Park HQ) or stay at the opposite area which offers more selection of place to stay with affordable price. River crossing - RM 1 per trip Entry permit - RM1 (valid for a month) Camera / phone camera - RM 5 Canopy walk - RM 5 (closed on Friday) Activities Hiking at Bukit Terisek / Bukit Indah (Free) Rapid shooting (RM40) Lata Berkoh (RM40) Night safari (RM40) River night safari (RM40) ...and many more
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Viki P wrote a review Aug 2020
Bratislava, Slovakia41 contributions13 helpful votes
We really enjoyed Taman Negara. The entry fee is super small and you can enjoy stunning nature. I would say that you do not need a guide if you want to see main points. It is sometimes little bit difficult due to a humidity, so I would recommend for people to bring some mineral water, or just some magnesium or vitamins...
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Aylin N wrote a review Mar 2020
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We booked a tour to Kuala Tahan, the village near one of the entries, via a travel agency in Kuala Lumpur. We booked an accommodation on ourselves and had a very friendly host. The travel agency (Han) offered many activities such as hiking in Taman Negara, boat cuises, night walks, expedition to the orang asli village and many more. We stayed for a week and would have loved to stay a few more! The village has many delicious restaurants, a few of them offer western food. We often ate pancakes for breakfast. Careful: Make sure to bring enough cash, because there unfortunately is NO ATM. To get to the forest you have to hire a “ferry”, more like a small boat. Just wait at the sign and they’ll pick you up for 1 ringgit. The canopy walk was closed due to constructions, the wood was getting unstable over time. The rainforest offers a diversity of flora and fauna, a few spots to legally swim and some unpaved paths to hidden lookouts, where we got scared, because no one else was there with us! Bring LOTS of insect repellent, flashlights for the amazing night walks, functional wear (humidity), a bathing suit and long sleeves. We visited during rainy season, the rivers were full of fresh water and sometimes it rained tons!! We highly recommend you to visit this little town, as it fully captured us and blew our minds. 5 stars fully deserved.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Andy Lee wrote a review Mar 2020
Singapore, Singapore614 contributions130 helpful votes
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3D2N trek through Malaysia's oldest rainforest. Our trip include a fast boat ride and a cave stay, Might not be recommended for beginners as the load is heavier and trek longer. But we love getting close to nature (leech included). Walk pass elephant footprints too! The cave stay was a novelty for us, including make-shift toilet corner. For urban folks, the green canopy provided a much need respite. Would love to visit again. Google "SengkangBabies Taman Negara" for more photos
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Date of experience: June 2019
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macedonboy wrote a review Feb 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom146645 contributions100886 helpful votes
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I visited the Taman Negara National Park as part of a tour package just because I felt that was the most effective way to get the most out of the trip. My package included two nights at a chalet, a night jungle hike, a day jungle hike, a boat ride at night, the canopy, a visit to an authentic villages, a visit to Deerland and Elephant Sanctuary, finally a boat ride back to civilization and a van for the final leg back to KL. The only thing I found disappointing was the night hike as there wasn’t much to see and then it rained, like the heavens opened up. That’s not the parks fault of course, it just meant that the ground became too dangerous or just that the guides insurance didn’t tourists getting lost in the dark. The night time boat ride was super as we got to see fireflies. I kind of regret doing that now because I’ve only just read about the environmental impact of disturbing those insects. Talking of insects, I also got stung by a hornet in the chalet on the second night, so it didn’t spoil my enjoyment. The boat ride back was super cool, really chilled out lying back, enjoying the sun and the river. Would love to visit the park again.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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