Mountain greenery, Endau Rompin National Park, Malaysia

Mountain greenery, Endau Rompin National Park, Malaysia

Mountain greenery, Endau Rompin National Park, Malaysia


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Spread over the southern Malaysian states of Johor and Pahang, Endau Rompin National Park is the second largest national park in peninsular Malaysia.

Its nearly 900 square kilometres cover diverse terrain from lowland rainforests to mountain waterfalls and are home to some of Malaysia's most endangered animals, like the Malayan tiger and Sumatran rhinoceros. Of course, you're more likely to run into the Sultan of Johor on the hiking trails than a rhino, but it's worth the trip to have the pristine jungle all to yourself.

The fact that Endau Rompin is a real pain to get to means it receives just a tiny fraction of the visitors as the larger Taman Negara National Park.

The park is named for the two major rivers that run through its boundaries -- the Endau River in Johor and Rompin River in Pahang. Motorised boats can take you ... Read our complete Endau Rompin National Park travel guide

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