national park

Taman Negeri Kenaboi

One of the less known places in Negeri Sembilan due to its secluded location. A state park surrounded by mountains, great place for adventure seekers.

single drop waterfall with a pool in front

Endau Rompin National Park (Selai) – Lubuk Merekek Campsite

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Public Campsite • National Park • Johor | Are you a green panther? Or a person who simply enjoys spending time in nature? Lubuk Merekek Campsite is definitely a campsite you should visit once in your lifetime. It is located at Endau Rompin National Park, the second largest national park in Peninsular Malaysia after Taman Negara. Lubuk Merekek is a huge campsite with basic facilities, which can fit up to 200 people in the peak season, and it’s next to Sungai Selai where there is plenty of do along the river that keep you busy for a day. Imagine spending a night at the campsite, you get to be surrounded by peaceful river babbles and tropical rainforest nature sound, it gives you all the experience to enjoy what a rainforest has to offer. 

Beautiful light ray shining through the trees behind the suspension bridge

Hutan Lipur Sungai Pandan (Sungai Pandan waterfall)

Private Campsite • National Park • Pahang | Hutan Lipur Sungai Pandan (Sungai Pandan waterfall) is a forest park located in Gambang, which is just roughly 30 minutes away from Kuantan town, or 2.5 hours away if you’re coming from Kuala Lumpur. This is one easily accessible waterfall that has a majestic waterfall lies within the park. To reach the waterfall, it just takes less than 10 minutes walk from the carpark, under the waterfall there is a huge pool, most parts of the waterfall is not too deep for an adult, the current is also not really strong thus its a perfect place to swim in a natural pool.

Scenery with layers of mountains

Gunung Nuang

Public Campsite • National Park • Selangor • Gunung Nuang is the highest peak in Selangor, which is why it is one of the most challenging hikes you can find in Malaysia.

A girl bathing under the waterfall

Sg Pisang

Public Campsite • National Park • Selangor • Magnificent waterfall located at the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur. The pool under the waterfall isn’t deep thus it is a famous place for beginners, the isn’t really large as well, just enough to have a good dip in the chilling water, a great place to get away from the hot sun. The current wasn’t really strong when we visit but still it is good to take extra precaution especially during rainy days.

Wide and rocky river

Sg Kedondong

Public Campsite • National Park • Selangor • This river is located just along the road to Genting Highlands if you’re heading there from Ulu Yam / Batang Kali, its a large park with facilities that are not really well maintained. The park can be really crowded especially during weekends because to easily accessed from the main road. It takes less than an hour drive if you’re going from Kuala Lumpur. The river is wide and with areas that are really deep, the current is also really strong at some areas so be mindful when you’re swimming or just dipping in.

River flowing through the dense forest

Lentang forest reserve

Lentang forest reserve park. Located next to Karak highway, often overlooked. The park is sheltered with lots of tall trees with a river flowing in between

3 tents set up beside the car under the trees

Ulu Tamu Hot Spring

Public Campsite • National Park • Selangor • Ulu Tamu is an unconventional place to camp, with no proper campsite. The reward is you’ll get to enjoy dipping in the hot spring with less people anytime.

4 guys taking photograph of a man running on the beach

Pasir Tengkorak Beach

Public Campsite • National Park • Kedah • Pantai Pasir Tengkorak is a secluded beach located at a remote area in Langkawi. Its forest, white sands and clear waters is perfect for a relaxing stay.

Hidden waterfall view

Hutan Lipur Kanching

Public Campsite • National Park • Selangor • A perfect getaway destination that lies less than an hour from Kuala Lumpur city centre. Camp and hike up the 7-tier waterfall with crystal clear water here.