Taman Negara is the oldest primary rainforest in the world. Research has shown that this rainforest has never been influenced by ice ages and other big changes in time. With 4343 square kilometers, it is the biggest National Park in Malaysia and spread out over three states at Peninsular Malaysia. You may experience walking on the world’s longest canopy walkway, visiting the aborigine village, trekking under rainforest canopy, climbing the highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia, caving, fishing, camping, observing wildlife, and more.
Cameron Highlands is the most popular of the highland retreats in Malaysia. Located at almost 2,000 meters at its highest point, Camerons offers visitors a moderate climate with daytime temperatures averaging around 25°C and 18°C at night. This makes the environment conducive for growing continental plants, fruits and vegetables while providing a cool escape for city-dwellers. Among them, Mossy Forest is a famous attraction evergreen forest with a high pedestrian boardwalk through ferns, moss, orchids & other plant life.
Penang is a vibrant Stat. You may explore in ESCAPE Theme Park, Penang. ESCAPE Penang hosts 40 exciting rides & attractions - rope & obstacle courses, ziplines, climbing, diving towers and the Guinness World Records Longest Tube Water Slide - immersed in the rich rainforest of Teluk Bahang, Penang Island. It is the fun destination with exciting rides and games hosted in a natural environment. Through fun activities, with an emphasis on self-directed and self-powered play, the visitor experiences Low Tech, High Fun.
Karak is a small town in Bentong District, Pahang, Malaysia. It is well known as a rest town of Federal route from Kuala Lumpur to Kuantan. It also gives its name to the famous Karak Highway, which links it to Kuala Lumpur. Take a 2D1N nature getaway from the city to the beautiful Karak and enjoy the adventure activity.
Gopeng is a tranquil town in Kampar district, framed by majestic limestone cliffs, rivers, and caves, it is easily the go-to destination for anyone to jump, swim, hike, and raft into an adventure! Its ancient rainforests is also home to the indigenous Semai tribe, as well as a myriad of flora and fauna including the Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world, and the rare Rajah Brooke Butterfly. While nature certainly has a strong hold on the image of Gopeng, the little town has its share of cultural attractions. Once a significant tin mining area, Gopeng attracted a strong Chinese settlement whose culture is still etched in the historical pre-war buildings that dot the town.
Sandakan is a city in the Malaysian state of Sabah, on the northeast coast of Borneo. The hilltop Puu Jih Shih Temple offers panoramic views of the city. Agnes Keith House is a wooden bungalow that re-creates the city's colonial-era life. The city is also a base for visiting the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre and the limestone Gomantong Caves, home to swiftlets, bats and kingfishers. Visitors have a chance to get intimate with nature in Sandakan.
Kellie's Castle is a castle located in Batu Gajah, Kinta District, Perak, Malaysia. The unfinished, ruined mansion, was built by a Scottish planter named William Kellie-Smith. According to differing accounts, it was either a gift for his wife or a home for his son. Tempurung Cave is a cave in Gopeng, Perak, Malaysia. It is popular among spelunkers, or caving enthusiasts. More than 3 km long, it is one of the longest caves in Peninsula Malaysia.
Mount Kinabalu, standing at 4,095.2 metres tall, is the highest mountain on the island of Borneo and the 20th most prominent peak in the world, ocated on the west coast of Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. Visitors can explore the Mountain Garden on their own or join the park’s naturalist on a guided walk along the many nature trails available. The nine walking nature trails in Kinabalu Park HQ will take visitors anything from 20 minutues to two or three hours, per trail depending on which route taken. Thousands of visitors come to Sabah annually to climb Mount Kinabalu and to experience the mystical beauty of its nature.
Whether you are looking for a tranquil escape in the rainforest of Borneo, the physical challenge of trekking summits and climbing through expansive cave systems or perhaps somewhere in between, Mulu will tantalize your senses and leave you wanting to discover more. Your adventure should start with the best of their show caves, Deer Cave in the afternoon to catch the iconic/ famous bat exodus and a boat ride to Clearwater Cave in the morning. Mulu also offers more extreme high altitude adventures like climbing Gunung (Mt) Mulu and the iconic Pinnacles. Come fit, come prepared, NO banks, NO chemist, almost no roads and yes, LIMITED connectivity!