Endau Rompin(Selai)-Exploring Malaysia 2nd largest national park
Please join us on 7-8 April 2018 weekend as we will be heading to Endau Rompin Johore National Park which is 220 km (3 hour drive) from Singapore to explore Malaysia 2nd largest national park & Rainforest.
What are we going to do there?
1) River Tubing at Endau River to enjoy the peaceful rainforest river view..
2) Jungle Night walk to explore insect, amphibia and small mammals.
3) River Cruise along Endau River
4) Short trek to well-known Takah Tinggi & Takah Pandan waterfalls.
5) Searching for wildlife in 2nd largest National Park and Rainforest.
Endau Rompin covering an estimated area of 870 square kilometers, stands between the boundary of Johore and Pahang, is the second largest national park in Peninsular Malaysia. Selai is the western gateway to Endau Rompin Johore National Park. It is home to one of the world’s oldest rainforests as well as unique flora and fauna, including the endangered Sumatran Rhino. Selai is the land of endless waterfalls and well-known waterfalls are Takah Tinggi & Takah Pandan.
The 4WD: This is a unique experience and the only means of reaching the chalet base camp at Lubok Tapah and the camping ground at Lubok Merekek.
Beautiful Waterfalls: The scenery surrounding the waterfalls is mystical and enchanting, they have remained pristine and almost untouched.
Takah Pandan has more than 50m of straight fall and is a spectacular sight. It is also the site for the water abseiling activity.
Takah Tinggi is the largest of the three has easier access but a longer walk but easier walk. The base of the waterfalls has a large pool teaming with fishes. No fishing is allowed as the area is gazetted as a fish sanctuary.
The Orang Asli Settlement: They live at Kampung Peta, 15 minutes walk from the Park HQ. They lead a very simple life, selling handicrafts and pretty much self-sustained through farming, raising livestock or hunting. Don't miss the animal traps demonstration and traditional games such as kercang and blow pipes that highlight the tour to their settlement.
The Ethnobotany Park: The ethnobotany park have a collection of over 90 species of traditional herbs with their names and their medicinal values written on tags beside them, including the much sought after Tongkat Ali and Kacip Fatimah.
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