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    The National Park of Peninsular Malaysia (Taman Negara), originally was gazetted as Gunung Tahan Game Reserve in 1925 and in 1939 it was declared as a National Park by the British Administrators under the name ‘King George V National Park’ under Enactment 1939, to commemorate the installation of King George V in England. Historically the three parts were enacted under the respective Malay states of Kelantan, (Taman Negara Enactment (Kelantan) 1938), Pahang (Taman Negara Enactment (Pahang) 1939) and Terengganu (Taman Negara Enactment (Terengganu) 1939), and hence came under the purview of the respective Sultans of the three states and the British High Commissioner. However, after Independence in 1957 “Taman Negara” came under the jurisdiction of the King (Yang Dipertuan Agong) and the respective Sultans of the three states. Administratively it was put under the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment and the administration and management came under the Department of Wildlife and National Parks, Peninsular Malaysia or PERHILITAN. The National Park was declared as ASEAN Heritage Park in the year 1984.
    The total area of the National Park is 434,351 ha or 4,343 km2 and straddles the three states, namely Pahang (2,477 km2 or 57%), Kelantan 1,043 km2 (24%) and Terengganu 853 km2 (19%). The National Park is considered as one of the oldest land mass in Peninsular Malaysia of more than 130 millions years old. Geographically its land is between 80-2,187 m above sea level and about 57% of the total land are located in the range of 80-300 m, 41% in the range of 300-1500m and the remainder or 1 % is above 1,500 m. The massif over 2,000 m above sea level is known as Tahan Range and the tallest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia, Gunung (Mount) Tahan (2,187 m) is the highest peak. There are three main river systems that originated from The National Park, namely Sungai Lebir, Sungai Terengganu and Sungai Tembeling that flow through the states of Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang, respectively. The smaller rivers that are found in The National Park are Sungai Atok, Sungai Relau, Sungai Sat, Sungai Kenyam, Sungai Periang, Sungai Redap, Sungai Riul, Sungai Sepia, Sungai Siak, Sungai Tahan, Sungai Teku, Sungai Lebir and Sungai Tekak.
    Geologically, The National Park consists of diverse rock formations, mostly sedimentary rocks in the entire area with minor granitic rocks in the eastern part. The sedimentary rocks consists of sandstones, shales and limestones, tectonically belonging to the Central and Eastern Belts of Peninsular Malaysia. The Central and Eastern Belts are demarcated by the Lebir Fault. The Eastern part of The National Park belongs to The Eastern Belt which comprises of metamorphosed Carboniferous sedimentary rocks of Sungai Perlis Bed. This formation is uncomformably overlain by Permian Bewah Limestone and Jurassic-Cretaceous terrestrial deposits of Tembeling Group and Gagau Group. Gunung Tahan is situated on the Tahan Range which was formed by Jurassic-Cretaceous sandstones and quartzite. The Central Belt is represented by Permo-Triassic marine shales and limestone caves which includes Gua Telinga, Gua Daun Menari and Gua Peningat (730 m above sea level), the highest limestone cave formation in Peninsular Malaysia. In addition to that the quarternary alluvium are found in the south-western part especially in the main river valleys.

    1. Dekat cerita taman negara pahang lagi tua dari hutan amazon. Tuan Pakej Taman Negara Pahang Sila beri pencerahan ( macam orang gomen plak )

    2. An amazing nature reserve that must be preserved for generations to come. The experience of being in a jungle that has existed for millions of years doesn't come easy.

  3. Good place for explore and to expose to natural things.
    This is my first time come to visit Orang asli and realize how s their living.
    Saw lot of famous fishes and expensive fish called 'empura', too exciting. Heard that just Orang asli who stay here can catch this fishes to eat.

    Those who love natural park should come.
    I love the most is night time to have jungle walk to explore some insects which is quite interesting and exciting. And also can hear natural sounds frm many kinds of insects.

    Sadly the night that we enter into jungle point we couldn't see any big size animals.
    Another sadly thing is canopy walk is close for renovation. So might be reserve for next time 😅

  4. The rainforest of Malaysia is known as Taman Negara. It is situated around 250km from the Capital Kuala Lumpur. The Forest is very moisty. 4 or 5 types of advanture is there. Night careful about liches. Please avoid boat ride to local village. Atmosphere here is very hot here, but night is very soothing. Please must carry anti-mosquito cream.


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