The Hanging Canopy Walkway Bridge
Most frequent questions and answers
The best time is when you can enter the forest in the morning where you have the opportunity to see gray-haired monkeys as well as white-eyed leaf monkeys hanging from tree to tree.
It only takes about 30-40 minutes to get to the Canopy Bridge from the National Park headquarters. The journey to climb the hanging Canopy bridge takes about 20 minutes with a distance of 10 meters between individuals and individuals as a safety measure.
To your knowledge, this Canopy Walk is limited to 600 visitors a day for safety reasons.
The adrenaline-pumping sensation while capturing the beauty of the flora and fauna can be felt as you step onto the Canopy Walk or the Pahang National Park Canopy Walk.
The Hanging Canopy is made of aluminum stairs tightened with rope. It stands about 45 meters high from the forest floor and travel distance of about 550 meters makes it the longest suspension bridge in the world.
Isn’t it interesting?
You must alert that the Canopy Walk starts its operation hours from 9am (every day, except Thursday), until 3pm (except Friday, closes at 12 p.m.).
Tickets are available at RM5 for adults and RM3 for children.
If the weather gets windy or rainy, this Canopy Walk will be closed for safety reasons. So, if you are planning to do this activity, be sure to check the weather forecast in advance to avoid any disappointment and regret.
Have an Adrenaline Rush in the Longest Hanging Bridge in the World!
Whilst from this bridge, you can climb to two viewpoints on Bukit Teresek where the first panoramic view of the forest and the River Tembeling has been flowing for centuries.
The second view point overlooks the highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia, Mount Tahan.