Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
With the exception of Mutiara Taman Negara Resort, all the accommodation for Taman Negara is in Kuala Tahan, which lies across the river from the national park office.
Bright, cheery and next to the mosqueBeside the mosque, Kuala Tahan
T: (09) 266 7752;
This is our pick of a very mediocre bunch of hotels and homestays in Kuala Tahan. It's set right beside the main mosque, a short five- to 10-minute stroll from where the bus stops. A very cute, ... Read the full review of Tahan Guest House .
Fancy park lodgesNational Park Headquarters
T: (09) 266 3500; F: (09) 266 1500
This is the only accommodation on the national park side of the river and is the best upmarket option convenient to the park. There's a range of accommodation options from dorms through to fairly ... Read the full review of Mutiara Taman Negara Resort.250 to 500 ringgit 1 vote Toprange
Backpacker vibeOverlooking the river by the road
This has the most backpackerish vibe of all the places in Kuala Tahan, but that's only because of the front terrace area where people can sit around, strum guitars and read through all the ranting ... Read the full review of Rippi Hostel.
Fuctional and friendlyTop of road to boat landing, Kuala Tahan
T: (09) 266 9744; F: (09) 267 2242
The Teresek View certainly isn't going to win any design awards, but if Tahan and Durian are too pricey and the cheap dorms too dire, then this is about your best option in Kuala Tahan. Like a number ... Read the full review of Teresek View Motel.
T: (09) 266 9322;
To say this is the best of the three central dorm joints overlooking the river is really not saying much at all -- they're all dire. The main problem with Liana, apart from it having the atmosphere ... Read the full review of Liana Hostel.
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