At Endau Rompin youâ€™ll either be sleeping in park accommodation or in a tent -- there are no private guesthouses or hotels.
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 chalets sleep two people while three-room family chalets can accommodate up to six. Chalets can be found near the National Park Headquarters at Kampung Peta or deeper into the jungle at Kuala Jasin.... Read our full review of National Park Chalets.
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 two-hour hike from Kampung Peta) and Kuala Marong (a one-hour hike from Kuala Jasin). All campsites have simple toilets, cold showers and a cooking area. As the camp sites are located along the river,... Read our full review of Camping.
The cheapest place to stay is the huge two-level dormitory behind the Visitors Centre at Kampung Peta. While itâ€™s jam-packed with bunk beds (we stopped counting after 30), sleeping on a mattress with a pillow feels like luxury after a night in a tent. Linens are provided and the dorm is fan-cooled for a few hours each night when the generator is turned on. Showers and toilets are in an... Read our full review of National Park Dorm.
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