Taman Negara is a wonderful place for you to enjoy the rainforest’s natural wonders and outdoor activities. Take jungle strolls along the canopy walkway and in the rainforest, learn aboriginal culture at the village, ride along the rapids of Tembeling River, and hop on the boat cruise to admire the riverside’s flora and fauna towards Lata Berkoh and feed the fishes.
Observe the animals from hides and try bird watching. Craving adventure? Explore the caves at Gua Telinaga and Gua Kepayang Besar, climb the mountains at Gunung Tahan, go fishing at Sungai Tembeling and Sungai Keniam, and hike through the trails to explore four waterfalls in Taman Negara.
Pahang, 27000 Kuala Tahan, Pahang, Malaysia, +60 3 2149 9235
Lambir Hills National Park has a compound and diverse rainforest ecosystem, home to 237 different species including birds, deers, insects, wild pigs, flying squirrels, and gibbons. The jungle trails take you to various waterfalls and bathing pools that are located across the rainforest.
Latak Waterfall Trail and Pantu Waterfall Trail take you to the scenic waterfalls. For now, the suspension bridge is closed due to fallen trees caused by heavy winds but visitors can take alternative routes to these. You will discover wild orchids along the challenging Summit Trail and relax at Dinding Waterfall on your way back after a long walk.
Lambir Hills National Park, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, +60 85 471 609
Kubah National Park has a wide range of palm trees and wild orchid species. Consisting of waterfalls, streams, and bathing pools, the rainforest has six trails to walk including the path to Gunung Serapi. Discover various species of palm tree at Palmetum Trail and waterfalls at Waterfall Trail. See breathtaking views of Matang and Santubong peninsula by taking the Selang Trail to the viewpoint.
Learn about wildlife at Matang Wildlife Centre by walking through the Rayu Trail from the main office. Discover huge trees including Bintagor trees, currently analysed for AIDS research, along the way. The Belian Trail takes you to various plants including Borneo’s Belian trees, forest birds, and squirrels.
Kubah National Park, 93050 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, +60 82 845 033