Around 130 million years old, the Taman Negara rainforest in Malaysia boasts of being the oldest one on the entire planet, and this exotic location is the site for the Taman Negara National Park. Covering a total area of 4343 square kilometers, the national park is renowned for not only its rainforest but also for its birds and insects.
At Taman Negara, visitors get to traverse the longest rope walkway in the world, and enjoy the sights of the birds and the animals in their natural habitat. There are also options to visit the nearby village, go camping, trekking, fishing, mountain climbing, and lots more.
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