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Endau-Rompin National Park, Labis

(3.8/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • We went for a 3D2N camping trip in Endau Rompin Peta. The place was not very accessible, we had to travel all the way from Singapore to Kahang, follow by a jeep ride to the national park. The trailhea...  more »
  • We travel with our three children and spent a full day in the Endau Rompin Park with a local guide (required). The day starting with two long hours of 4 * 4 since our housing in Mersing then by 1 hour canoe until the starting point of the trek. The day was intense but of memories... Beautiful landscape and suspense guaranteed through the jungle... To access the Park through an agency required on-site. We need to negotiate the rates are quite expensive... The lunch is included in the rate.
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  • We visited endau rompin rather that taman negara d a practical point of view level distances. It was very hard to find a guide over the internet but that we had were all just great. Nice and very passionate by nature. We've been through the site offdcouch.com and the guide is mr lam, whose Facebook page is gonature. He picked us up at Kluang and we then did record us to pahang and then direction kampung peta in 4 x 4. Otherwise it is also possible to arrange directly with the Park. The Park is big, not network, of la.jungle in loss of sight and only constructs the camps chalets. Excursions include a downhill tubing the River (peace and absolute beauty) le.long, we then made a trek d a day into a magical waterfall and a up river in a dugout canoe. The evening lam had heard that an elephant was put down by the river. There we are so led, and we had the chance to observe a herd of 5elephants including two newborns. This is however very rare knowing animals are freedoms on 877km 2. Everything is there to be good, more locals are adorable. The only downside when we're amateur adventurers, the taste of the food, and the comfort of chalets. The mattress of the cottage was so old that the springs we were back (family tree house) and the food was a little hard to swallow at times. But in the face of the beauty of the show we forgotten quickly.
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  • What is the one thing that city people are looking for? Yeah, that's right. Nature. Unfortunately for me, some people, I'm not saying who, dragged me out of the city and made me go here. In the end, someone I knew got bitten by a leech, my shoes broke some time before the journey, and I ended up with traumatic experiences from the journey. I myself am not a nature person, but if you're looking for broken roads, hiking trails, and a lot of mosquitoes, this is the place for you. Me? I'm never coming back.
  • Great place! Saw live tiger prints. No mobile phone receptivity in most parts though, beware!
  • You most likely need a 4WD to get in there. Pretty nice place for camping and it has some facilities and beautiful waterfalls there.. But be warned that when you hike through the jungle you will be greeted by many leeches.
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