Fraser’s Hill is a highland resort destination nestled among the mountains of Pahang, located about two hours away from Kuala Lumpur. This cooling holiday retreat is popular for its nature activities and cooling climate, attracting not just locals escaping the city heats.
Birds sojourn for a few months, and then soar south towards Australia and New Zealand for warmer regions, before returning to their native lands much later.
Many birdwatchers also make the journey to participate in Fraser's Hill International Bird Race, held annully. Teams from around the world compete, identify and record bird species.
SUNGAI LEMBING, PAHANG
Hidden amongst a veritable treasure trove of tropical plants, grasses, huge trees and spectacular orchids in bloom, the quaint bungalows of the Sepilok Nature Resort are within walking distance of the world-famous Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve, precious home of the last wild Orang-Utans of Northern Borneo.
Combining rich traditional style with contemporary luxury, Sepilok Nature Resort is the ideal starting point for most other wildlife land destinations in Sabah such as the fauna rich Kinabatangan River and the surrounding Sukau area.
Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre
Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre
Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Santuary
Sukau Kinabatangan River Cruise + Cave
Rainforest Discovery Centre
Sungai Lembing town developed in the 1880s when the British set up the tin mining industry. A museum highlighting the tin mining industry was opened in 2003, housed in an old bungalow once used by the mine manager holds a collection of mining artifarts.
16 km from Sg. Lembing is Gunung Tapis Nature Park, where one can camp, fish, and shoot the rapids. Gunung Tapis itself is 1,512 m high. On the way to Sg. Lembing at the hamlet of Panching is Gua Charas, a temple cave that is a popular tourist destination, also Sungai Pandan Waterfall.
Sunrise on Bukit Panorama
4x3 Off-road & Camping
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MUTIARA TAMAN NEGARA, PAHANG
Discover the wonders of an ancient forest at Mutiara Taman Negara. Pitch tent or check-into this forest reserve and bask in the natural surroundings of the Taman Negara park.
A virgin jungle expanse covering 4,343 square kilometres, Taman Negara was established in 1939 and is the largest park in peninsular Malaysia reputed to be The Best Kept Tropical Rainforest, thanks to its protected status.
The ancient life forms that blanket Taman Negara are impressive and during each visit, Mutiara Taman Negara gives its visitors the opportunity to glimpse at the flora and fauna species estimated at 10,000 plants, 150,000 insects, 25,000 invertebrates, 675 birds, 270 reptiles, 250 freshwater fish and 200 mammals. Some of the flora and fauna found in Taman Negara are rare or indigenous to this country.