Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Endau Rompin National Park
At Endau Rompin you’ll either be sleeping in park accommodation or in a tent -- there are no private guesthouses or hotels.
The comfortable optionKampung Peta and Kuala Jasin
The most comfortable place to stay is one of the fan-cooled chalets run by the park. They're simply furnished with beds and en-suite bathrooms, but relatively new and in good condition. Standard ... Read the full review of National Park Chalets.60 to 120 ringgit 1 vote Flashpacker
To really appreciate the parkCampsites at Pantai Burung, Kuala Jasin and Kuala Marong
If you have your own tent or book a package tour it's possible to camp. There are camp sites at Pantai Burung (near the Visitors Centre at Kampung Peta), Kuala Jasin (a 45-minute boat ride or ... Read the full review of Camping.Under 60 ringgit 1 vote Backpacker
The budget oprionbehind the Visitors Centre at Kampung Peta
The cheapest place to stay is the huge two-level dormitory behind the Visitors Centre at Kampung Peta. While it’s jam-packed with bunk beds (we stopped counting after 30), sleeping on a mattress ... Read the full review of National Park Dorm.Under 60 ringgit 1 vote Backpacker
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