Our local currency is the Ringgit Malaysia (RM). Visitors may buy Ringgit Malaysia at all licensed money changers with major foreign currencies and travellers cheques.
Credit cards, such as Visa, Mastercard and American Express are also accepted.
The national language is Bahasa Malaysia, but English is widely spoken.
Malaysia enjoys a warm, sunny and humid weather all year round.Although the monsoon or rainy season begins in August or September and ends towards the end of January there will be occasional showers throughout the year.
Temperature averages between 21°C and 32°C (69°F to 90°F).
Visitors are advised to bring sunscreen and insect repellent.
Casual, lightweight attire is recommended. Sturdy shoes or boots are also recommended.
Night Jungle Walk with Nature Guide (1 – 1 ½ hours)
Attire: Long Pants, Long Sleeve Shirt, Sport Shoes, Insect Repellent, Torchlight
Experience walking inside the rainforest at night. Learn about nocturnal plants & insects.
Catch sights of mammals en-route (sambar deer, mouse deer, porcupine, if you are lucky)
Jungle Trekking to Canopy Walkway and Teresek Hill with Nature Guide
(2 ½ - 3 hours)
Attire: Long/Short Pants, Short Sleeve Loose Cotton T-Shirt,Sport Shoes,Insect Repellent (no denim/jeans and tight/body shape shirt)
Soft adventure activity – walking to the rainforest and enjoy panoramic view of Gunung
Tahan on top of Teresek Hill. Experience Canopy Walkway, the longest tree top
suspension bridge in the world, 530 metres long and 50 metres height from the ground.
Rapids Shooting to Kuala Trenggan with Nature Guide (2 ½ - 3 hours)
Attire: Short Pants, Swimming Attire, Sport Shoes, Towel
Enjoy boat cruise through Tahan River to Lata Berkoh waterfall. Enjoy swimming in cool water from Gunung Tahan spring and rejuvenate by natural Jacuzzi. Stop by at Ikan Kelah Fish Sanctuary for fresh water fish feeding.
Overnight at Kumbang Hide (6 hours trekking)
Attire: Long Pants, Sport Shoes, Towel, Bedsheet, Sleeping Bag
Kumbang Hide is the most popular observation hide in Taman Negara, equipped with bunk beds and toilet.. Overlooking saltlick where animals get their mineral supplement. Spots of tapir, wildboar sambar deer are common whilst logbook recorded several sightings of tiger and elephants.
Shooting the Rapids at Kuala Trenggan
An exhilarating ride that faces seven rapids promises a wet and wild experience! Fishing and bird-watching (with more than 300 species recorded) are also popular sport here.
Overnight at Gua Kepayang
Attire: Long Pants, Sport Shoes, Towel, Camping Tent, Sleeping Bag
One of limestone outcrops 17km from the resort. There are 3 other caves nearby namely Gua Kepayang Kecil, Gua Daun Menari and Gua Luas. Limestone is originally laid down beneath the sea as an accretion of fine material principally derived from shells and corals. Under intense pressure these sediments become rock, and with uplift of the land the limestone is subject to erosive forces of wind, rain and streams. These caves are home to bats, swiftlets, snakes, toads,cockroaches, spiders, centipedes. In spite of this, or because of it, some people like to explorer caves, and Taman Negara offers some outstanding opportunities.