Let’s explore the truly tropical life in Taman Negara! The 130 million years old virgin rainforest is waiting to share her pride heritage. Discover, enjoy and release your stress within the most amazing beauty nature on earth.
Taman Negara National Park is the perfect place if you love rainforest and outdoor activities. Experience walking on the world’s longest canopy walkway, visiting the aborigine village, trekking under rainforest canopy, climbing the highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia, caving, fishing, camping, observing wildlife, and many more. 

Taman Negara (translating literally as ‘National Park’) combines prehistoric jungle with the world’s longest canopy walk, stretching half a kilometre above the treetops. Culture Trip uncovers how to best travel to Taman Negara, breaking down the tricky and at times confusing connections.

Why you should visit Taman Negara

The 130-million-year-old virgin rainforest is one of world’s oldest, remaining relatively unchanged since dinosaurs roamed the planet. After gaining protected status in 1938 and 1939, Taman Negara Forest Park has grown into a significant ecotourism attraction in Malaysia.
Thousands of species of wildlife including monkeys, snakes and rare birds live inside the park. Lucky tourists might even glimpse the rare Asian elephants trampling through the forest. And all of this is within reach of Kuala Lumpur.

Taman Negara is location at Kuala Tahan, Pahang. There are no direct flight to this place. Transport via road is the best option to get to this place. Foreigners visiting Taman Negara arrive at KLIA – Kuala Lumpur International Airport and hire travel / tour buses or hire car to reach the here.
THE BEST RAINFOREST to visit for all. Taman Negara offers a range of experience to enjoy for groups. Many selects Taman Negara for group activities like retreats, teambuilding events and many more just to get away and indulge in natures free spirit environment.

Malaysia’s Taman Negara rainforest is as beautiful as it is ancient, remaining intact for millions of years. Wildlife here includes hundreds of tropical birds and the rare Asian elephant and Malayan tiger. Culture Trip explains how to travel to this haven of prehistoric rainforest from Kuala Lumpur.