This national park spans an area of 488 square kilometres and contains the oldest tropical rainforests in the world. Criss-crossed by three main rivers, this paradise of nature is favored for several rugged outdoor activities, most popular of which are trekking, camping, birdwatching, fishing and four-wheel drive excursions. Several waterfalls, an Orang Asli (indigenous people) settlement, and a choice of chalets, campsites and dormitories keep visitors thoroughly enthralled with the park's beauty. Entry permits are required for visits to the park.
Attractions & Landmarks