Into the green we go in Taman Negara

Bring along binoculars for some bird (or animal) watching while you are at Taman Negara, Pahang. — Photos: Tourism Malaysia

Taman Negara is home to an ancient rainforest, where one can find a treasure trove of plants and animals. There are also fast-flowing rivers and scenic views which have always managed to capture the hearts of those who venture into this green enclave.

Serving complex and lavish ecosystems, Taman Negara is popular among nature lovers, photographers and hikers. Visitors flock here mostly during the dry season, which is between July and September.

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