Taman Negara Endau Rompin
The guardian of over 80,000 hectares of some of the world’s oldest tropical rainforest, The Endau Rompin National Park covers a large part of north west Johor.
The Endau Rompin National Park is Malaysia’s second largest national park after Taman Negara, is a lowland dipterocarp rainforest with a myriad of endemic plants and vibrant wildlife. The park is so large that it actually straddles two Malaysian states, Johor and neighbouring Pahang.
Visitors will find themselves immersed in an ecological journey and exciting adventure that will transport them back to the time when the earth was young, to peruse the unique and rare wildlife and plants that are no longer found elsewhere.
There are two entry points on the Johor side, one through PETA and the other at Selai (Kampung Selai).
Although only certain areas of the park are open to visitors, they still require special permits from the Wildlife Department to visit, so as to safeguard its ecological treasures.
|ADDRESS/LOCATION||Taman Negara Endau Rompin, Mersing, Johor Darul Ta’zim|
|CONTACT NO||+607-922 2875|
|GPS COORDINATE||Latitude:2.420260 Longitude: 103.2611191|
- Asian Elephants
- Malaysian Sun Bears
- 230 Species of Birds
- Sumatran Rhinoceros
- 43 Species of Fishes
- 26 Species of Frogs
- 14 Species of Snakes
- 9 Species of Lizards
- 3 Species of Turtles
- Buaya Sangkut Waterfalls
- Homestay (Greenleaf Angsana Homestay Program)