Taman Negara Sights to behold

Langkawi Island 

Sights to behold

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Taman Negara holds an endless list of exhilarating sights and exciting activities for you. Let your spirit of adventure take you on an unforgettable tour of nature. After all, it did wait 130 million years for you.

Bumbung Yong observation hide

Observation Hides
Spend a night in one of these and try to spot a bear or any of the park’s other animals as they quench their thirst at the salt licks located a mere few feet away.

Orang Asli Settlements
One such settlement is Kampung Yong where you can get a better insight into one of Malaysia’s aboriginal people, the Batek.

Bird-Watching
With over 350 species of birds which include Drongos, Malkohas, and the Pied Hornbills, the park is naturally one of the premier bird-watching sports in the region.

Cave Exploration
Encounter spectacular rock formations and a great variety of life within the mystifying interiors of the numerous caves here. Gua Telinga, Gua Kepayang and Gua Daun Menari are among the more popular caves.

Shooting the Rapids

Shooting The Rapids
A must for thrillseekers. Travel upstream from Kuala Tahan on Sungai Tembeling and experience 45 minutes of sheer thrill as you and your boatmates negotiate seven sets of rapids.

Jungle Trekking
Nothing beats a closer loom at the 10,000 or more species of flora that can be found in this jungle paradise.

Gunung Tahan
The trail leading up Peninsular Malaysia’s highest peak is 55 km. from the Taman Negara Resort. The climb is strenuous and demands sound physical and mental fitness.

Bukit Teresek
Located just 1.7 km. from the resort, it takes you only about 45 minutes to reach the hilltop.

Lata Berkoh
A great picnic and swimming location surrounded by an inspiring natural landscape.

Jungle Trekking

Canopy Walkway
Installed about 30 metres high and stretching over 400 metres, this is the world’s longest canopy walkway, From here, you get a closer look at life at the top of the world’s oldest tropical rainforest.

Angling
Make a trip to the upper reaches of the Tahan or Kenyam rivers. What a challenge it’ll prove tackling a 20 pound Kelah, a fish that will thrill even the most sessoned fisherman.

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