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Endau Rompin National Park is situated in the extreme South region of Tenasserim Hills in Malaysia and is globally known for having some of the oldest rainforests in the world. This enormous tropical rainforest falls under the states of Pahang and Johor. Taman Negeri Rompin (TNR) was categorized as a protected rainforest. The forest here dates back to 248 million years whilst being the second largest in Malaysia after Taman Negara National Park with an area of 870 sq-km.
The pristine water-laden jungles teem with animals, waterfalls and stunning views. The park's lowlands harbour some unique varieties of wildlife and birds. Tourists usually visit the park through private tours but one can also book packages, through the park itself. The park is closed vastly during the monsoon season from November to February. For safety reasons, it is best to hire guides to explore the park. Watch out for the Cream-coloured Giant Squirrel and Asian Elephants who travel in herds along the Jeram Panjang and other adventurous trails, fun activities and some very rare and endangered Malaysian species that you cannot spot anywhere else.
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