Spreading over 4,300 square kilometers, Taman Negara is the oldest deciduous rain forest in the world. Estimated to be almost 130 million years old, the area was declared as a national park in 1938. The tourist destination is spread over three states namely: Pahang, Terengganu, and Kelantan. There are many unique tourist attractions in the park that will thrill you. One of them is Lata Berkoh; a series of beautiful cascades in the Tehang river. Gua Telinga, the underground cave formations found in the region is awe-inspiring. The canopy walkway is also a beautiful attraction in Taman Negara. You can have a great time in the place enjoying activities like bird watching, trekking and so on.
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