National Parks in Johor

Endau Rompin National Park

eco-tourismThe Prime destination in Johor for nature lovers is the Endau Rompin National Park. Guarded and well protected, this national park is proclaimed as the second national park of Malaysia.

Covering a vast area of about 49,000 hectares of land at the northern part of Johor next to the state of Pahang, the National State Park is home to many species of birds, insects and wild animals. There is also diversity in species of the plants and trees to be found here such as indigenous fan palm (Livistona Endauensis). Colorful toads, tree frogs, wild pigs, gibbons and bird like the cuckoo, hornbill and babler are common sighting.

Besides, the 248 million years old rock formation and the legendary waterfalls are also something you shouldn’t.t miss. You can also do some rewarding trekking but you will have to apply for permit at the District Office in Kuala Rompin. You may also call the Johor National Park Corporation at Tel: 07-2237471 or 07-2232525 for more information.

Tanjung Piai National Park

Tanjung Piai is a large wetland area famous for its mangrove swamplands. Filled with peace and tranquility, the place is covered with aquatic life as well as marshland birds.

Most tourists like to come here when they are in Johor, because it is at the extreme of the southernmost end of West Malaysia. Don.t forget to take a walk down the 200 meters jetty for a clear view of the place.

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