3 days
Duration
National Park
Location

Avoid the busy life in the city, take a rest and experience the nature adventure into the world oldest rainforest. Walk on the world longest suspension bridge, visit bateq native tribe (the last tribe still live in the jungle) and mores is awaiting you to explore.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Taman Negara
DEPARTURE TIME Check in at 2 PM
RETURN TIME Check out at 11AM
ACCOMMODATION HAN Rainforest Resort
WEAR Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
INCLUDED
Professional guide Meals & Activities as per itinerary
2 nights accommodation Boat transfer for activities
NOT INCLUDED
  Camera License – RM5.00 per camera
   Park Permit – RM1.00 per person

 

4 different Room type to suit your budget travel. We have A/C Hostel (Dorm Room), A/C Budget Room, A/C Standard Room and A/C Deluxe Room. Minimum require 4 peoples to run the tour. Price show not include 6% GST and no surcharge on weekend and public holiday

A/C Hostel 4 – 8 Sharing per room  – RM250.00 per person (Share Bath)

A/C Budget Room – RM280.00 per person (Share Bathroom)

Han Rainforest Resort Superior Triple Room

A/C Superior Room with private bathroom – RM340.00 per person (PROMOTION RATE)

A/C Deluxe King with private bathroom – RM440.00 per person

3D 2N Taman Negara Ex- Taman Negara- Itinerary

1

Day One --- Start from Kuala Tahan


Own arrange transfer to Taman Negara
1630 hrs Arrival at Kuala Tahan, check-in at HAN Rainforest Resort
1930 hrs Dinner at HAN Rainforest Resort, Night Jungle Walk & Tahan Hide
2

Day Two -- Whole day activities

0800 hrs Breakfast at the HAN Rainforest Resort
0930 hrs Boat to Canopy Walkway & Jungle Trekking
1300 hrs Lunch at Resort
1500 hrs Rapid Shooting toward 5 major rapids and visit Orang Asli Village
1930 hrs Dinner at HAN Rainforest Resort

3

Day 3 -- Return Journey

0800hrs Breakfast at Han Rainforest Resort. Check out time at 11AM

(1) Boat Trip to Lata Berkoh, Kelah Fish Sanctuary and Tualang Tree

This activity can be add-in on Day 3 afternoon @ 2.30PM. After lunch and check out. Put your luggage at the resort. Get a boat ride of 45min along the Sg. Tahan. Stop by 2 local attraction: Tualang Jetty, Kelah Fish Sanctuary before reach the Lata Berkoh. Lata Berkoh is a water cascade and suitable for jungle jacuzzi and swiming area. A short walk 30min (700M) from where the boat stop you.

RM80.00 per person with guide (Minimum 4 peoples)

Taman Negara - Lata Berkoh

(2) Cave Exploration at Gua Kota Gelangi, Jerantut

Before you drive into Taman Negara, there is another attraction which is located 15min away from the junction to Taman Negara. Gua Kota Gelangi is a nature limestone cave. The cave adventure with total of 4 cave – Gua Kepala Gajah, Gua Angin, Gua Gajah, and Gua Sanding. You need to climb, squeeze, crawling and jump. The trail is wet & muddy, extra shoe needed for this trip. Advice to buy a pair of rubber shoe which is only cost you RM6 – 7 in DIY shop. A touch light need and is very dark in the cave. Hand glove is optional to bring.

Suitable for add-in on Day 1 Afternoon 1.30PM

Self Drive: RM30.00 per person with guide (Minimum 4 to go)

With mini Van depart from Jerantut: RM50.00 per person with guide (Minimum 4 to go)

wedding cave
Gua Sanding
Gua Gajah
Gua Gajah
Taman Negara - Rapid Shooting

Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 1 review
July 1, 2017

In my opinion it is really worth it for the reasonable price based on the rooms and activities provided. Me and my family stayed at Block A and the room was quite clean and cozy. The environment around the resort was nice too. There were bicycle free for guests to cycle around. Guests can chill at the rest area at night. Furthermore, the activities’ schedule was nicely arranged. We are able to enjoy and expose ourselves in taman negara without being too tired. In addition, we would like to specificly express our gratitude to our guide Vincent. He is truly a professional tour guide who has great passion towards his career. He is willing to explain everything in detail so that we are able to understand how the wild animals behave or how to survive in the rainforest. Besides that, We went there during hari raya and got the chance to try out traditional malay cuisine and the food was quite okay too. Overall, we are very satisfied of the trip. We had good memories there and will come again!

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