Bercuti di Musim Panas

Bercuti di Musim Panas

Bercuti di Musim Panas

Pada musim panas, pilihan bercuti mungkin satu idea yang meragukan. Manakan tidak, jika pergi ke pantai, matahari akan membakar kulit-kulit. Jika pergi ke pulau, bahang-bahang akan terasa hingga ke tulang. Jika pergi ke bandar, berpeluhlah kita seharian.

Apa kata kita bercuti di Taman Negara. Sepanjang laluan di tempat aktiviti semuanya diliputi pokok. Dengan kekayaan pokok yang dilindungi juga memberikan udara segar kepada pengunjung.

Sementara itu, pada musim panas lah sesuai untuk mandi di sungai-sungai jernih sini. Ini kerana, pada musim ini, rata-rata sungai terus ke paras cetek dan sangat jernih. Pada musim inilah tiada lecak-lecak di hutan yang mengotorkan kasut dan seluar.

Bayangkan apabila kita menaiki bot, kiri dan kanan dipenuhi pokok. Dan sampan kayu panjang juga berbumbung. Pasti redup, apatah lagi apabila bot laju itu meniup angin segar ke muka. Inilah pengalaman yang akan dilalui oleh pengunjung yang memilih aktiviti rapid shooting.

Rapid Shooting

Aktiviti Rapid Shooting adalah antara aktiviti utama pengunjung disini. Pastikan sebelum memulakan akiviti peserta bersedia dengan perkara berikut:

  • Baju tidak berwarna gelap dan tidak terlalu nipis.
  • Plastik untuk simpan gadget eletronik
  • Elakkan memakai topi semasa menaiki bot
  • Makanan ringan

Sepanjang aktiviti, peserta boleh memilih untuk kebasahan atau kurang basah kerana pemandu bot mahir mengendalikan bot mengikut selera percutian pengunjung. Pengunjung akan memakai jaket keselamatan sepanjang menaiki bot.

Sepanjang melalui Sungai Tembeling menggunakan bot kayu, pengunjung akan melalui 7 jeram. Ini sangat mengujakan bagi yang tidak pernah menaiki bot melawan arus sungai. Tambahan pula, ada tempat sungai cetek yang pengunjung akan mendengar bunyi bot bergeseran dengan batu sungai. Pastinya apabila menolah kebelakang, kelihatan pengemudi bot yang mahir dan tekun membawa bot.

Apabila tiba di satu perkampungan, pengunjung akan melihat binaan kayu dari atap rumbia. Binaan ini menunjukkan elemen primitif perkampungan orang asli. Perkampungannya yang begitu tradisional dan sangat bersih memberikan tarikan kepada pengunjung untuk datang lebih dekat lagi melihat kehidupan orang asli.

Lawatan Orang Asli

Orang asli yang mendiami perkampungan ini adalah terdiri dari kaum Bateq. Mereka hidup berpindah randah dan dikatakan setiap kali ada kematian, mereka akan berpindah. Namun, pada zaman ini, untuk menyokong industri pelancongan yang mempromosikan cerita tentang orang asli, kaum bateq disini kekal mendiami kampung ini tanpa ada perpindahan lagi.

Apabila kita menuruni bot, kita akan kelihatan ank-anak kecil dan wanita yang akan mula menyorok masuk di dalam rumah. Ini ketinggian adat orang asli dengan sopan santun dan penuh ciri kekeluargaan. Manakala kaum lelaki ada yang sibuk menguruskan kehidupan harian.

Pengunjung akan disambut oleh sesetengah kaum lelaki yang telah dilatih berkomunikasi. Ada dikalangan mereka yang telah pandai bercakap beberapa bahasa seperti bahasa inggeris, korea dan eropah.

Mereka sangat ramah. Ada yang memulakan perjumpaan bersama dengan pengunjung bercerita tentang kehidupan mereka. Ya, kehidupan mereka seperti mencari hasil hutan, adat orang asli dan herba-herba rawatan. Hutan adalah sumber mereka. Hutan adalah hospital mereka.

Ada 2 demostrasi yang biasa dibuat iaitu:

  • Menghidupkan api
  • Menyumpit binatang

Mahu tahu lebih lanjut lagi? Datang lah ke Taman Negara dan bercuti di musim panas!

Tiger in Malaysia

Tiger in Malaysia

Never Let the Roars of a Tiger Die in Malaysia

At one time around the 1950s, there were about 3,000 striped tigers in Peninsular Malaysia. Today, the number has dropped to less than 200 tigers in their main habitat.

This situation is particularly alarming because the Panthera tigris jacksoni or Panthera tigris malayensia is a species of a tiger that is currently in a threatened phase and is exposed to the extinction risk. With no or less aggressive actions and efforts by the Malaysians as a whole.

Iis unlikely that this species will never be seen again by our future generations. If this happens, then it marks as a failure of a human being to play their role as a caliph on this earth.

These animals are available only in Peninsular Malaysia and are unavailable in any other part of this country. Hence answering why the striped tiger is made as a symbol of Malaysia’s pride and we can see that there are two tiger stripes in the Jata Negara logo.

These striped tigers are also locally known as “Pak Belang” and they can weigh up to 300 kg for adults and are 3.3 meters long.

They live in the jungle and their main food sources are wild boar, deer, and antelope. The striped tiger species are protected under the Wildlife Conservation Act 2010 [Act 716] as a fully protected species.

 

The Increasingly Endangered “Pak Belang” Species

The declining numbers of striped tigers are now due to the poaching activities conducted by the local and foreign poachers.

They set snares in the forest and kill this poor tiger to get its skin, flesh, nails, fangs, and bones. In the black market, a Malaysian striped tiger stripe costs RM600,000 to RM1 million.

Thus, the Malayan Tiger Rescue Campaign (Kempen Selamatkan Harimau Malaya) initiative has been launched recently by the Minister of Water, Land and Natural Resources, Dr.Xavier Jayakumar in conjunction with the 2019 World Life Day celebration in the capital city of Malaysia.

The celebration will be held annually on March 3 to raise awareness of the situation and the role of each individual in helping to save and protect our Malayan Tiger.

According to Dr.Xavier, our government has declared a war against the poachers since the campaign was established. This is the result of the discovery of 3,500 snares found from 1,000 operations carried out from 2013 to 2018.

Meanwhile, a total of 162 intruders have been arrested for wildlife crime

Kempen Selamatkan Harimau Malaya

We hope that Malaysians will become more concerned, conscious, active and proactive in launching this Malayan Tiger Rescue Campaign (Kempen Selamatkan Harimau Malaya).

It is also hoped that we will work together in fighting the tigers’ rights so that they can live comfortably in their habitat without any interruption.

Lata Berkoh, Tahan River and Tembeling River at Taman Negara

Lata Berkoh, Tahan River and Tembeling River at Taman Negara

Lata Berkoh, Tahan River and Tembeling River at Taman Negara

Lata Berkoh

As you walk along the Tahan River, you will be fascinated by the uniqueness of the flowering shrubs that formed the beautiful gateways along the river where the branches and stems are covered with ferns as well as beautiful forest orchids. This river flows from the highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia, Mount Tahan.

Apart from camping and bathing in the river, you will also have the opportunity to try out the fishing activities in the Tahan River as it has many fishing pits along this relatively long river. This river is home to a variety of fish species such as Kelah Sungai, Kelah Merah, Sebarau, Baung, Tengas, Lampam Sungai, Toman and more. This is where the charming Lata Berkoh is located.

The Tahan River was previously not allowed for any fishing activities. However, beginning May 16, 2018, the Perhilitan has opened up opportunities and granted conditional approval for fishing activities for eco-tourism promotion purposes.

Among the conditions are that fishing activities will only be available every on Wednesday and Thursday from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. To find out more about the full conditions for fishing in the Tahan River, you may contact the Perhilitan.

In addition, the privilege of the Tembeling River, it meets three tributaries, the Keniam River that flows toward the east, the Terenggan River which also flows eastward and finally to the Tahan River in Kuala Tahan.

The atmosphere of the Tembeling River is quite busy as a ‘highway’ to the people around the Tembeling River. With this, you will see a lot of boats passing by this river and it has long been popular and lively with fishing activities. The requirements for fishing activities are not as strict as in the Tahan River where you can continue fishing activities until night and a fishing permit is valid for up to a month.

Here you can enjoy the beauty of nature’s beautiful sunsets with greenery, fresh air, soothing jungle, and clear river stream to create a lasting memory.

Exploring the Batu Kapur Cave

Exploring the Batu Kapur Cave

Exploring the Batu Kapur Cave

Batu Kapur Cave

Malaysia still has forests and limestone caves that are still well maintained. The limestone forest area of the National Park owns many beautiful caves such as the Kepayang Kecil Cave, Kepayang Besar Cave, Daun Menari Cave, Telinga Cave, Luas Cave and much more.

Among the caves that are frequently visited by the nature lovers are the Kepayang Besar Cave and the Kepayang Kecil Cave whose locations are hidden deep in the jungle and lie between Kuala Terenggan (not Kuala Terengganu ok?) and Kuala Keniam.

The Kepayang Besar Cave is the largest cave and has the most attractive limestone formations. The entrance is from the ground level where the area has plenty of space for you to move around. If you’re lucky, you can see the elephant’s footprints as well as their sewage.

The space is really spacious on the east side of the outcrop, which is a rocky sloping area. The interior of the cave looks like a limestone castle located in the jungle with its high ceilings that can be likened as three-story building. This Kepayang Besar Cave can accommodate over 10 groups of visitors which is up to 200 people.

With a smaller space, the Kepayang Kecil Cave is located at the west end. It is a great location for you to camp between the river and the cave. The distance to the Kepayang Kecil Cave and the Kepayang Besar Cave from Kuala Terenggan is about 7.5km and you will take about 4 hours to reach the destination.

Another interesting and suitable place to camp is the Daun Menari Cave where it is home to thousands of bats. The distance to this cave is about 4km or 2 hours walk from Kuala Keniam.

The uniqueness of the Telinga Cave is that the beauty of the rock formations resembles a human ear that you will treasure in memory forever. The location is about 2.6km from the Wildlife Headquarters.

To get to these caves, it is a must that you come with a tour guide for your safety. Thanks to the National Park for their efforts and dedication in maintaining these limestone caves. Because of their efforts, we and future generations can still see the beauty of God’s creation as the Greatest Creator of nature.

Birding in Taman Negara

Birding in Taman Negara

Birding in Taman Negara

Birding in Taman Negara at Kuala Tahan Taman Negara, National Park can be a relaxing and eco-friendly recreational activities that you can include in your list of activities while you are here. This place is well known for its unique rainforest for over 130 million years, is home to about 380 species of wild birds found in Malaysia and each of them is unique in color, size and shape of the body.

After the Fraser Hill, this Kuala Tahan is the second ‘paradise’ for bird watchers as it is created as part of an effort to further the eco-tourism industry in Pahang. In the current state of jungle exploration in Malaysia where it greatly affects the flora and fauna ecosystem, National Park is taking the initiative to make flora and fauna a major product of this eco-tourism industry.

There are 479 species of birds that have been identified in this National Park, including seven of them are from overseas birds such as Bangau Kendi, (Cattle Egrets) Berek-berek Tadah Hujan (Blue-throated Bee-eater) and Lang Baza (Black Baza). The birds from the cold climatic country are said to travel south and stop here from September to December before returning to their native state to lay eggs.

The months of May through August are said to be the best time for you to visit and observe the birds here and you can find specific species of birds in certain areas. In addition, bird lovers will also be thrilled to see 19 endangered species of wildlife living around the National Park.

It is said that these wild birds are sensitive to the presence of humans, especially the noise from footsteps and human voices. Last but not least, you will miss the wild bird’s chirping that is soothing and refreshing throughout your stay.

Lets go birding!

Camping at Taman Negara

Camping at Taman Negara

Get Closer to Nature by Camping at the Taman Negara

When you decide to go on a holiday to explore the National Park, don’t forget to add the camping activities at the National Park. I assure you a great time and a great new experience to be shared with family and friends. Most of us, when asked “when was the last time you went for camping?” the common answer to that question would be when we were in high school.
This is a chance for you to experience camping in the million years old jungle while enjoying the sounds of the river stream nearby, covered with the aesthetic feeling of the jungle, and being sung by the crickets and more.

Camp Site at Taman Negara.

The campsites are close to many restaurants and the area is lit by bright lights. This location is also near the river where you can build a campfire, fishing on the sandy river with the less noisy atmosphere.

The location is at the AsiaCamp Taman Negara. Here, there is a campsite on the slope of the river which is safe from being submerged as the water rises. Not only can the visitors enjoy the tranquility of the river, but the campsite is just next to the national park forests which gives unique sentiment as there is no tourist activity here.

This allows for an exclusive atmosphere for the visitors to experience. In addition, AsiaCamp Taman Negara also provides air-conditioned halls and seminar rooms for any institution who wishes to host a large number of campers. Many activities can be done here including uniformed camps, motivational camps and team building camps.

You also can choose to camp at the Lubuk Tenor where it is more challenging and convenient for experienced campers. The location is around 3 hours or 30 minutes by boat from the headquarters office. Here, you will enjoy a spectacular river view, a nice swim with Ikan Kelah and camping experiences without toilets and restaurants.

In addition, there are other camping sites such as along the Tembeling River and also at the Kepayang Besar Cave.

When camping, there are a few things to keep in mind especially when you are here. Camping ethics must be maintained to keep the flora and fauna preserved.
Among the camping etiquettes are:

a. Set entertainment time:

When staying in a campsite, you must ensure that your activities will not disturb other campers. It is advisable to have your entertainment and fun time Preferably the time of relaxation and relaxation takes place before 10.00am.

b. Waste management must be implemented properly:

Manage your waste throughout the activity at a minimum rate. Too much waste created will just be a burden for the campers to manage. Therefore, any waste that is brought in must be taken out.

c. Do not pluck leaves or cut branches without any cause of emergency:

The growth rate of the tree is very slow. If the trees’ twigs and branches are crushed, it takes a long time for them to grow it back.

d. No stepping on rocks and tapping branches.

National park areas have become a worldwide tourist attraction. Therefore, we as Malaysians must set a good example for the world that we are capable of being an ideal tourist destination and exemplified by outsiders.

Safety Precautions

Camping activities can be a lot of fun, let alone make it a great experience to do it with friends. However, safety factors should be a priority to keep the camping activity goes smoothly.
Some of the safety precautions to be taken are:

a. Make sure the tent is properly locked

• The lighting at the campsite is usually at a minimal rate to allow us to see the forest in the distance. Excessive lighting will cause the panoramas of the surrounding forest to be overlooked. We must make sure the tent is locked to prevent the entry of insects and small animals. This type of animal is difficult to access due to the presence of human odor. However, a precautionary measure must be taken. It’s like when we are at home, we have to lock the house all the time, the same thing applies during camping.

b. Sweet or light snacks:

• When these kinds of foods have been opened, they must be eaten or tied neatly. When the ants enter the tent during the night, it is difficult for us to continue our activities as we need to concentrate and spend time on the cleaning work instead.

c. Covered shoes must be turned upside down and stored under the tent:

• Imagine if the shoes that were left all over the places and were occupied by the frogs, it may cause a ruckus in our campsite. Shoes should also be kept under the tent to avoid it from getting damp and eventually will ease the camping activity.

d. Any sharp appliance should be stored on the left front of the tent:

• Make sure the appliance is properly sealed and covered. Make this as the standard for all types of camping. When we sleep or rest, we already know where this appliance is placed to avoid any unexpected injuries.

e. Bags containing personal medicines are stored on the right side of the tent:

• Imagine when our friend has an asthma attack, he or she might need immediate treatment or medication to be consumed. In the event of an emergency, this medication can be taken immediately as we are already aware of its location.

f. Avoid camping near the water/riverside:

• There is a risk of being submerged in the water if you do so because the water level might rise overnight and may cause accidents. To avoid it happening, set your tent away from the water or riverside.
Make sure you create a complete list of essential items and search for specific tips and important things about camping activities. This is important to make sure your camping activity ends with a great memory and that you want to experience it again!

What to do in Taman Negara

What to do in Taman Negara

What to do in Taman Negara

The National Park in Pahang was established in 1938-1939 and was initially named as King George V National Park (Taman Negara King George V) and later being renamed as the National Park (Taman Negara) after the independence of Malaysia.

The area of the National Park is approximately 4,343 km square feet, covering the states of Pahang, Kelantan and Terengganu is make the question of what to do in Taman Negara get many answer in our mind!

The age of tropical rainforests in the National Park are over 130 million years old and older than the Amazon and Congo rainforests.

It is home to 15,000 species of plants, 150,000 species of insects, 25,000 species of animals without a spine, 675 species of birds, 270 species of reptiles, 250 species of freshwater fish and 200 species of mammals.

This is known to be the main destination for both local and foreign tourists as it is can be considered as an “all in one” package where there are many activities to do at one place.

The journey from Kuala Lumpur to the National Park will take about 3 hours. There are 4 entrances that you can use to enter the National Park: –

  1. Kuala Tahan, the most popular entrance.
  2. Relau River, near Merapoh, Pahang which is also close to the highest mountain in the Peninsula, Mount Tahan.
  3. Kuala Koh in Kelantan, which opened in 1995.
  4. Tanjung Mentong which is located on the south shore of Lake Kenyir in Terengganu.

Before you enter the National Park, you must obtain a permit at the National Park Headquarters (Ibu Pejabat Taman Negara). Apart from that, you also have to apply the rule of “what you bring in, you bring it out with you” except for the food leftovers since it can be decomposed on its own.

This is the main rule to be applied by everybody who is visiting the National Park to ensure its cleanliness and safety of the forest from any harm or damage.

 

Ecotourism

One of the reasons that makes the National Park as among the best places to visit to by the local and foreign tourists is due to the variety of activities and ecotourism such as: –

  1. Jungle trekking: This activity takes about 20 minutes or up to 7 days depending on the destination chosen.
  2. A walk through the Canopy Bridge: It is known to be the longest suspension bridge in the world.
  3. Activity with the wildlife: Observing the wildlife activity in the parks (such as huts) provided.
  4. Explore and overnight: Have a great experience exploring the caves available and enjoy the experience of spending the night in the cave.
  5. Visiting the aborigine village: Experience the lifestyle of the aborigines and get to learn their survival skills, way of life such as shooting the blowpipe and making handicrafts.
  6. A trip through the flora and fauna to Lata Berkoh: Enjoy the magnificent flora and fauna that can be found throughout your trip to Lata Berkoh.
  7. A moment with the king of freshwater fish: Get the chance to hand-feed the king of freshwater fish, Ikan Kelah and try your luck to catch one only at the permitted locations.
  8. Captivate the Mount Tahan peak: Climb the highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia, Mount Tahan and capture the moments once you are reaching its peak!
  9. A moment with the elephants: Visit the elephants and pamper them at the Elephant Conservation Center in Kuala Gandah.
  10. A moment with the birds: Meet hundreds of species of birds.
  11. A moment of leisure: Have a nice picnic while enjoying the breezy waterfalls and the stream burbles as it travels along its bed, bubbling over rocks and branches.

Isn’t it interesting? What’s more, don’t miss the opportunity to add the National Park in your next vacation destination!

Taman Negara Maps

Taman Negara Maps

Taman Negara Maps

Click here to get Taman Negara Maps:

Maps at Taman Negara Pahang, National Park Malaysia

As you see the maps, we can guess many outdoor activity can be done here. As it is design to promote tourism activity, many family based facilities has been developed here. It is include the

  • track of jungle trekking made by wooden track. It make easy to children for walking in the jungle
  • boat cover by roof  so that it can cover from hot sunlight.
  • rules observation by ranger to make family feel safe here.

3 Adventurous Activities at The National Park

Almost every day we are facing the tiredness and fatigue of busy city life. What about you take your family occasionally to Pahang National Park for a vacation! Would not it be cool and interesting?! Here, it is like a natural spa where your energy is refreshed by physical, emotional and mental therapy.

According to the maps, the National Park offers a variety of fun activities and amenities for visitors who want to experience and get close to nature.

 

A Walk Through the Canopy Bridge, the World’s Longest Bridge.

It is 550 meters long bridge. Whereas, the height of the forest floor is 45 meters, which is equivalent to a 15-story building. It takes around 30 to 40 minutes to reach the Titian Kanopi (Canopy Bridge) from the National Park Headquarters.

Only 600 visitors are allowed to pass through this Canopy Bridge for safety purposes. Each visitor who walks through this Canopy Bridge should be within 10 meters of each other. You have the opportunity to see the monkeys roaming in the morning, the Tembeling River and the view of the forest from a higher angle.

 

Hiking the Highest Mountain in Peninsular Malaysia

Challenge yourself to cross the forest and the river, and climb the hills for days to reach and capture the summit of Mount Tahan, the highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia. There are two routes for you to access Mount Tahan, it could be either from Merapoh or Kuala Tahan.

Make sure that you have prepared yourself physically and mentally to optimize your climbing activities later. There will be a lot of rare species of flora and fauna await you. At the end of your climb, you will also be presented with the stunning view of the Banjaran Tahan.

 

A Night in the Cave

How would you feel if you could spend the night in the cave with the bats? The National Park has many astonishing and magnificent limestone caves and these caves are still reserved for visitors to enjoy the experience. In fact, visitors can spend the night here and enjoy the nightlife of the limestone caves.

Apart from the Daun Menari Cave and the Kepayang Kecil Cave, the most common site chosen for camping is the Kepayang Besar Cave. A spacious space just like its name can accommodate up to 200 visitors at once. The distance from Kuala Terenggan to the Kepayang Besar Cave and the Kepayang Kecil Cave is about 4-hour drive, around 7.5km.

Explore our website to get more family based activity at Taman negara.

 

 

 

Mutiara Taman Negara

Mutiara Taman Negara

Mutiara Taman Negara

Mutiara Taman Negara adalah Resort yang terletak di Taman Negara. Ia merupakan salah satu resort yang dipilih apabila pelancong ke Taman Negara. Pelancong boleh tiba ke resort ini dengan menuju ke Jeti Kuala Tahan. Disini, kita hanya perlu menaiki bot orang kampung. Bayarannya hanyalah RM1.

Bot ke seberang hanya makan masa 2 3 minit sahaja. Ianya sangat dekat. Bot ini dimiliki oleh orang kampung. Pengunjung boleh terus ke jeti Kuala Tahan untuk menunggu bot yang kebiasaannya ada di situ.

Pengunjung dinasihatkan supaya tidak meletakkan kenderaan di jeti tersebut. Orang kampung ada sediakan kawasan khas parking di atas. Ini kerana, kawasan tersebut akan ditenggelami air apabila hujan.

Restoran terapung

Itulah sebabnya juga ada restoran yang dibuat dengan konsep rakit disitu. Ini bagi membolehkan restoran beroperasi sepanjang masa tidak mengira aras air semasa. Restoran rakit ini sangat unik dan sangat sesuai dijadikan tempat makan sambal ambil angin.

Hotel ada menyediakan troli khas untuk membawa barang pelancong. Ini memudahkan pergerakan pelancong.

Walaupun perlu mendaki tangga, kepenatannya tidak terasa kerana pengunjung akan dihidangi dengan pemandangan alam yang mempersona. Lokasi resort yang berada di Taman Negara bersebelahan Sungai Tahan menjadi lokasi yang ideal untuk pelancong.

Environmental value

Environmental value. Inilah ungkapan yang sangat sesuai untuk Mutiara Taman Negara Resort. Ia merupakan resort yang terletak di hutan dara seluas 4,343 kilometer persegi. Untuk makluman tuan/puan, Taman Negara didirikan pada tahun 1939 dan merupakan Taman Negara pertama dan terbesar di Malaysia.

Ia juga merupakan salah satu hutan hujan tertua di dunia, yang dianggarkan berusia 130 juta tahun. Kepelbagaian flora dan fauna di sini sangat luar biasa, menjadikannya salah satu ekosistem terkaya di dunia.

Mutiara Taman Negara Resort menjadi pilihan kerana terletak di kawasan hutan hujan yang hebat yang menghadap ke sungai Tembeling dan Tahan. Ini menjadikannya, satu Resort di dalam kawasan Taman Negara, ia adalah tempat yang ideal untuk menerokai kawasan sekitarnya. Penginapannya berkonsep chalet mirip kediaman melayu lama dengan kemudahan resort yang elegan!

Kelengkapan Mutiara Taman Negara

Ini adalah kelengkapan secara am kemudahan di sini:

87 unit penginapan masing-masing mempunyai balkoni peribadi, TV LED dengan saluran kabel, berhawa dingin dengan kipas siling, pancuran mandian air panas dengan peralatan mandian

Restoran Seri Mutiara yang menyajikan pelbagai jenis makanan tempatan dan western dari jam 7 pagi hingga 11 malam setiap hari

Dewan, Bayan Nuri menawarkan 3 bilik mesyuarat yang merangkumi ukuran 2.920 meter persegi

Pusat Kegiatan untuk mengatur semua jenis lawatan singkat atau sehari di destinasi untuk pelancong tunggal atau berkumpulan

Kedai Serbaneka untuk memastikan anda tidak memenuhi keperluan asas yang selamat. Kedai ini menjual keropok, makanan ringan dan air minuman. Ini memudahkan pelancong untuk menyediakan makanan sepanjang aktiviti nanti.

Selain itu, jika pengunjung ingin berehat di sekitar resort, terdapat banyak kawasan redup yang sesuai untuk berehat. Kita juga boleh melepaskan anak-anak bermain di sekitar kawasan.

Hubungi kami untuk tempahan di Mutiara Taman Negara.

Tempat Melancong Malaysia

Tempat Melancong di Malaysia, Taman Negara

Tempat Melancong di Dalam Malaysia, Taman Negara

Taman Negara di Pahang, Malaysia adalah antara destinasi tempat melancong di Malaysia. Ia terkenal sebagai pusat ekopelancongan yang popular di Malaysia. Sejak beberapa tahun kebelakangan ini, pengurusan mereka menjadi semakin kompleks sebagai peningkatan bilangan pelawat, kemudahan terhad dan perubahan dalam persekitaran semula jadi.

Taman Negara di Pahang, Malaysia yang merupakan kawasan yang dilindungi kepentingan antarabangsa seperti yang ditunjukkan dalam penyenaraiannya sebagai Persatuan Tapak Warisan Asia Tenggara (ASEAN) (DWNP, 1987).

Bukit Teresek

Penjejakan di Bukit Teresek sesuai untuk mereka yang benar-benar suka alam semula jadi dan suka menjelajah jauh, kembali ke ekspedisi alam. Trek ini semua berjalan kaki dengan banyak orang yang anda akan mengalami jejak ke Bukit Teresek dibahagikan kepada kategori yang merupakan bahagian yang rata dan langkah.

Anda akan memulakan perjalanan anda dari bahagian rata yang tidak jauh dari sungai. Dari puncak Bukit Teresek pemandangan panorama ke dataran rendah utara dan bukit ke gunung tinggi di tengah taman. Sungai di bawahnya adalah Gunung Tahan dan Gunung Perlis (1280m). Pandangan Gua Besar di Lembah Keniam juga pada hari-hari yang jelas dapat melihat puncak Gunung Tahan 2187m puncak tertinggi di semenanjung malaysia

Taman Negara telah ditubuhkan pada 1938/1939 sebagai Taman Negara Raja George V. Ia diisytiharkan untuk pemuliharaan sebagai kawasan perlindungan pada tahun 1939 dan menjadi Taman Negara utama Malaysia dan yang terbesar di negara ini, dan mempunyai reputasi sebagai hutan hujan tropika tertua di dunia di dunia.

Taman Negara Pahang adalah yang terbesar di 2,477km2. Taman Negara Pahang terletak di tengah-tengah Semenanjung Malaysia di negeri Pahang. Pelancong boleh mengakses Taman Negara dengan tanah atau air, kerana perjalanan udara tidak tersedia. Dengan ketinggian 2,187 meter di atas paras laut, ia dianggap sebagai gunung tertinggi di Semenanjung Malaysia.

Orang Asli Bateq

Pusat penginapan pelancong berkonsepkan etnik dan kehidupan Orang Asli iaitu Batek Jungle Hut di Kampung Dedari. Batek Jungle Hut menjadi pilihan pelancong kerana kunjungan ke situ membolehkan mereka mengenali budaya dan kesenian Orang Asli yang masih mengamalkan konsep kehidupan yang berpindah randah dan masih tradisional.

Hutan hujan tropika membuatkan kehidupan budaya orang asli kini kian menular dalam pelancongan. Pelancong yang hadir akan menginap di pondok kayu hutan hasil usaha penduduk Orang Asli di samping berpeluang berinteraksi dengan lebih dekat dan memahami senario budaya etnik Batek.

Pintu masuk Kuala Tahan adalah tarikan paling popular berbanding Sungai Relau, Kuala Koh dan Tanjung Mentong. Penginapan mudah didapati di Taman Negara Pahang. Dari kemudahan gaya resort yang selesa, gaya tinggal di rumah untuk khemah khemah di pelbagai tempat perkhemahan.

Penginapan murah juga boleh didapati di Taman Negara Pahang. Di sini menawarkan banyak aktiviti pengembaraan dan tidak dapat dilupakan

Tapak Perkhemahan

Terdapat tapak perkhemahan yang terkenal bahawa pelancong boleh membina khemah mereka dan aktiviti dan tarikan lain di dalam taman negara adalah menonton burung, semalaman dalam satu pemerhatian hidupan liar petualangan seperti jejak Tanah dalam Alam yang gua Kepayang dan Kumbang Sembunyikan.

Perkhemahan adalah untuk berkemah yang gemar. 3 jam perjalanan dari ibu pejabat taman atau 30 minit perjalanan bot. Berkhemah di persekitaran liar dan kurang aktiviti manusia juga boleh belajar hidup bertahan di dalam hutan. Tiada apa-apa di sana, tiada tandas, tiada restoran tetapi dengan pemandangan sungai yang indah.

Seribu ikan tetapi sukar untuk melihatnya sebagai warna kulit mereka sama seperti sungai. Ini juga merupakan tempat berenang yang hebat, tolak arus yang kuat. Untuk memastikan keselamatan, anda adalah nasihat untuk menyewa bot untuk bermalam. Mana-mana kecemasan, boleh dipindahkan dengan segera.

Resort di Taman Negara

Salah satu resort di Taman Negara adalah AsiaCamp Resort. Resort ini menawarkan penginapan jenis chalet kayu yang ekslusif dan privasi. Ia terletak di Kuala Tahan beresebelahan kedai orang kampung. Lokasi nya yang strategik menyebabkan ia menjadi pilihan kepada mereka yang ingin melancong ke Taman Negara. Kelebihan pakej taman negara di AsiaCamp Resort:
✅Percutian yang berbentuk pelajaran dan pengajaran. Ada guide yang akan story telling kepada keluarga tuan/puan.
✅Parking kereta tuan/puan percuma. Kenderaan ke tempat aktiviti pun percuma.
✅kereta selamat. Tuan/puan parking di tempat yang tidak pernah banjir.
✅ kawasan resort luas. View tingkap dari atas nampak Taman Negara dan berkabus di waktu pagi