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Close to Nature

Close to Nature

Lake Kenyir

The immense lake borders Kelantan in the west and Pahang in the south, serving as another gateway to the National Park. It covers 260 km² and contains 340 small islands, with more than 14 waterfalls.

National Park

This 130-million-year-old rainforest is one of the world’s oldest rainforests. It is home to Gunung Tahan, the highest mountain in Peninsula Malaysia, as well as the world’s longest canopy walkway.


Enjoy the rare thrill of seeing an orangutan up close. Situated in the Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve which sprawls over 4300 ha, this sanctuary serves to rehabilitate orphaned orangutans as well as educate the public on the importance of wildlife conservation. The viewing gallery gives you an opportunity to see the orangutans being fed by rangers.

Firefly Parks

Kampung Kuantan and Kampung Bukit Belimbing in Kuala Selangor are two of the few places in the world where one can watch a symphony of lights performed by colonies of fireflies at night, lighting up both sides of the river. The light emitted by fireflies is called `cold light’, which produces zero heat. It is used as a means of communication as well as to attract mates.