Involving the regions of Pahang, Terengganu and Kelantan, the National park of Taman Negara is located. It is undoubtedly the most famous in Malaysia.
This park, covered with one of the most oldest tropical forests in the world – the result of a continuous evolution of 130millions of years – known as the impressive panorama of Titiwangsa mountains from where Gunung Tahan spurting out, the highest summit of Malaysia which culminates at 2 187 m. A great ground of adventure of more than 4 343 hectares of rain forest and jungle where the visitor can practice a large number of activities: trek, cave exploration, shooting the Rapids, fishing, climing, swinmming in crystal clear water. We must not forget to visit the longest footbridge suspended in the world (460 meters long, about 40 meters in height) from the top of the forest.
This place is also convenient to the discovery of an incredibly generous fauna. It is listed indeed 350 species of birds there (including the drongos, malkohas and hornbills), as well as a large number of butterflies, insects, fishes, plants (including some magnificent ideas orch) and animals (bears, tigers, elephants, monkeys). Finally, the park is also home to the aborigines of Malaysia, the Orang Asli, who have managed to preserve a traditional lifestyle.