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Endau Rompin(Selai)-Exploring Malaysia 2nd largest national park


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.


Event Details:-

Date: 7-8 April 2018 (Sat-Sun)

Group size: 30pax

Tour & Fun Package of $230 includes:

• Return 4WD drive transfers from Bekok to campsite

• 1 night accommodation per itinerary

• Full board meals in the park

• Accompanying guides and trainer

• Package tour per itinerary


1) RSVP and TT $230 to DBS Current Account 0029069789

2) Text 94884478 me once done with Print-screen Receipt

TA License No: 03066



Suggested Itinerary

7 April 2018(Sat)

7am - Gather at Marsiling MRT Station Bus Stop

710am– Coach set off to Woodland Customs

8am – CIQ, JB Custom

845am- Breakfast (own cost)

930am -Depart to Bekok HQ

1130am- Lunch (Inclusive)

1230am-Endau Rompin (Selai) Via 4WD

130pm- Checking

2pm- Trekking to Takah Pandan Waterfall

7pm- Kampung Style Dinner

9pm- Night Jungle Walk

8 April 2018(Sun)

8am - Breakfast

9am-Trekking to Takah Tinggi Waterfall

12pm- Lunch

2pm- Water Tubing & Arboretum

4pm- Transfer to Bekok via 4WD

5pm-Bekok Town

630pm-8 Course Dinner

9pm-JB Custom

10pm- Marsiling MRT

Disclaimer, Indemnity and Terms of Participation

1. If the participant is late or does not show up at the meeting point specified on date and time, the organizer will not wait for the participant.

2. It is the participant's onus to find out and fulfill, in a timely manner, the immigration requirements of the trip destination with regard to his / her own nationality - i.e. visas, permits etc. In the absence of essential documentation, the organizers shall not be liable for the consequences of incomplete trip formalities.

3. The participant acknowledges that this is an adventure trip. The itinerary serves as a guide only and flexibility or changes may be required. Members who do not cooperate or adhere to the instructions and advice set out by the Event Host shall be removed from the event. The organizers cannot be held responsible for any changes, cancellations or delays caused by accidents, strikes, government regulations, weather conditions or natural calamities, etc.

4. All participants are strongly advised to have comprehensive travel insurance against medical exigencies, personal accidents, natural calamities, etc. with the appropriate coverage of activities and geographical area.

5. The participant understands that during the course of the trip certain events may occur, including, but not limited to, accident or illness, political instability and the forces of nature. The participant agrees to assume all risks associated with the trip and indemnifies the organizers and hosts against all claims, disputes arising from his / her participation.

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