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Jul 27, 2018
“short trekking”
Sep 8, 2017
“hiatory tahan mount”
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Taman Negara National Park, Malaysia
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Reviewed July 27, 2018

We are family with kids 11- 17 years old. We followed our tour guide to do a short trekking around 1 hour until we arrived at the waterfall. We take a rest and enjoyed the nice view. After that we turning back to do the...More

Thank hweeying
Reviewed September 8, 2017 via mobile

from Wikipedia 1898 - W W Skeat is the first person to venture beyond the lowlands. This expedition group planted durian and rambutan seeds in several places along the Tahan River and came with a rhinoceros. He climbed to a place now known as Mount...More

Thank lankucing
Reviewed August 14, 2016 via mobile

Like adventure with some endurance. Gunung Tahan (translation = endurance mountain) is the trek to go for. There are different ascend possibilities. You can find them online. We did it in 4 days. Please prepare yourself. It's not as easy as mount Kinabalu. Kinabalu is...More

1  Thank KonradVP
Reviewed August 7, 2016

If you have never been to the Asien jungle before – this is a nice place to start. Personally I would rather save up some more money and go to Borneo where the jungle has a lot more to offer in terms of wildlife eg...More

Thank Birkbo
Reviewed June 19, 2016

its easy to reach there. The Jungle trekking is not so tight and not tiring. the mosquito repellent and water is the only facilities you need to reach here.

Thank Termehbrd
Reviewed May 2, 2016

Do not underestimate this hike like I did! It will challenge your stamina and endurance. Though Gunung Tahan (Mt. Tahan) is the highest peak in peninsular Malaysia, I assumed that due to its "relatively" low altitude it would not present too much of a challenge....More

18  Thank Straitgate
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