Taman Negara

Dating back over 130 million years and covering an area of over 4340sq kms, Taman Negara is a large area of beautiful, pristine rainforest and one of the oldest in the world. Not only is the area home to a huge variety of wildlife including tigers, leopards, Asian elephants and rhinos, but also to over 300 species of birds and several thousand plant, flower and tree species.

Why visit Taman Negara ?

  • Visit a village of indigenous nomads, who still live a traditional lifestyle
  • Take a night jungle walk and experience nocturnal forest life
  • Explore Lata Berkoh where you enjoy the water pools and cascading waterfall
  • Enjoy unique and delicious local dishes

With easy access by a 5 hour road and boat journey from Kuala Lumpur, visitors can enjoy a wide range of activities here including extensive jungle trekking, boat trips, canopy walkways, bird watching, visiting the Orang Asli indigenous tribes people, exploring limestone bat caves and fishing.




A visa is not required for UK passport holders.

Health Requirements

No mandatory vaccinations are required. Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area.

Time Difference

GMT + 8 hours

Flight Time

13.5 hours Direct


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