70-year-old Malaysian visits Taman Negara for the first time, pre-pandemic

The writer (second from right, back row) and his family members enjoyed their trip to Taman Negara.

In May 2019, my nine siblings and I went on an enjoyable and memorable nature trip to Taman Negara in Pahang, the country’s largest national park and easily one of the best natural “jewels” our country has to offer.

I’ve heard so much about this place but never got the opportunity to visit. The best part about this destination is that you don’t need to travel overseas to experience it – Taman Negara is about three-and-a-half hours’ drive from Kuala Lumpur.

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