Taman Negara often refers to the Taman Negara near Kuala Tahan, Pahang where the highest mountain in Peninsula Malaysia is located – Gunung Tahan. Did you know that Peninsula Malaysia alone has 6 national parks altogether?
National parks in Peninsula Malaysia
As according to Wiki
- Taman Negara National Park, established 1939
- Endau-Rompin National Park, gazetted 1993
- Penang National Park, declared 2003
- Gunung Ledang National Park, gazetted 2005
- Taman Negara Johor Tanjung Piai
- Taman Negara Johor Pulau Kukup
When was the last time you visited any National Park? For nature lovers, a visit to any country would be incomplete without visiting its National Park. With the travel restriction in 2020, we have got plenty to explore without even crossing the border. #blessed
Camping in Taman Negara
Spending a night or two or a week maybe up to a month in Taman Negara? No problem! from wild camping to glamping to luxury tropical resort, we are spoilt with choices.
Glamping at Danz Eco Resort
Tropical Luxury at Asia Camp Resort
Other places around Taman Negara
Riverside Camping at Sungai Lembing Campstay
Kayak Camping in Kenong Eco Camp
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