Traveling Guide to the Endau Rompin National Park

Endau Rompin National Park is located in the Southeast of Peninsular Malaysia. It also houses the world’s oldest rainforest like Royal Belum State Park and Taman Negara. The name of rivers Endau and Rompin Rivers were taken as the name of the national park.

This destination is perfect for the adventurers. If you need some guidance, just take the package tour from a travel agency. It includes transport, meals, accommodation and the trail guide. Before entering the national park, you should have Johor National park Corporation permission by paying RM10.

Things to Do at Endau Rompin National Park

Endau Rompin National Park

You can do many activities and enjoy the attractions when you travel to Endau Rompin National Park, including having jungle trails, night safari, experience the Endau Rompin National Park rafting, seeing beautiful waterfalls, river cruises, seeing the beautiful lakes, and visiting the local tribe named Orang Asli or Jakun Tribe.

During the trekking, you may find some wild animals in the national park, including the rare Sumatran rhinoceros. But the spacious park might hide them well. Besides, the park is also a home for the Malaysian tigers, white-handed gibbon, wild boar, Asian elephant, slow loris, tapir, deer, leopards and long tail macaques. Meanwhile, kingfishers and hornbills are the bird species who live in the national park.

See: Guide to the Turtle Islands National Park Malaysia

Endau Rompin National Park Accommodation

At the headquarters of Endau Rompin National Park, there are some chalets or dormitory to rent. It costs from RM100 to RM150. However, the rooms are not air-conditioned, so you need to bring mosquito repellant and mosquito net to have good night sleeps. Otherwise, you also can choose to spend the nights at the campground by renting a tent for RM40/night in the area.

How to Go to Endau Rompin National Park

Renting a 4WD car is the best way to go to the Endau Rompin National Park. The national park is about 5 hours from Kuala Lumpur and 3 hours from Johor Bahru. Follow the North to South Expressway and find the Exit 244 or Air Hitam Interchange.

Follow the road signs through Kluang to Kahang and then find the sign to the Peta or Park HQ. For those who have booked a tour of the national park, you should drop the car in Kahang and then get onto the tour’s 4WD to reach the Kampung Peta. If you rent the 4WD transport, you should book it in advance.

Not only the in-town transport, but you also need preparing other needs including the flight to the nearest airport to Endau Rompin National Park. Check the available flights on Airpaz on the planned traveling date. The website will provide many options and all at good prices and promo. Happy traveling.


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