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Experience the beauty and diversity of Malaysia National Parks

Posted by on May 15th, 2008
Filed Under: Featured, National Parks

Malaysia Nature Parks
Malaysia Nature Parks

The National Parks of Malaysia are a fascinating mosaic of tropical rainforests, exotic flora and fauna, mountains, wetlands, sandy beaches, and endangered wildlife. Our national parks are a unique and beautiful place, or rather the most spectacular and valued landscapes of Malaysia, a living showcase of Malaysia’s natural treasures.

Among the biggest and best-known tropical flora and fauna here are the Sumatran Rhinoceros, the Sun Bear, the Malayan Tiger, the Orangutan, Rainforest Tarantulas and the Proboscis Monkey. Borneo is especially well known for the world’s biggest flower, the Rafflesia.

The Malaysia National Parks also provide a wide range of outdoor activities, such as white water rafting, rocking climbing, spelunking, 4 x 4 wheel drives, diving and much more.

You are welcome to visit Malaysia National Parks, and discover or reconnect with the nature.

Johor National Parks

  • Endau Rompin National Park
  • Gunung Ledang Johor National Park
  • Tanjung Piai Johor National Park
  • Pulau Kukup Johor National Park
  • Islands off Mersing Johor National Park

Kelantan National Parks

  • Gunung Stong State Park

Pahang National Parks

  • Taman Negara National Park
  • Krau Wildlife Reserve

Penang National Parks

  • Penang National Park

Perak National Parks

  • Royal Belum State Park

Perlis National Parks

  • Perlis State Park
  • Wang Pinang Reserve

Selangor National Parks

  • Selangor Heritage Park
  • Bukit Cahaya Seri Alam
  • Sungai Dusun Wildlife Reserve
  • Templer’s Park

Sarawak National Parks

  • Bako National Park
  • Gunung Mulu National Park
  • Niah National Park
  • Lambir Hills National Park
  • Similajau National Park
  • Gunung Gading National Park
  • Kubah National Park
  • Batang Ai National Park
  • Loagan Bunut National Park
  • Tanjung Datu National Park
  • Talang Satang National Park
  • Bukit Tiban National Park
  • Maludam National Park
  • Rajang Mangroves National Park
  • Gunung Buda National Park
  • Pulong Tau National Park
  • Kuching Wetlands National Park
  • Santubong National Park
  • Wind Cave Reserve
  • Samunsam Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Stutung Reserve
  • Matang Wildlife Center

Sabah National Parks

  • Crocker Range Park
  • Kinabalu Park
  • Pulau Tiga Park
  • Tawau Hills Park
  • Tun Sakaran Marine Park
  • Tunku Abdul Rahman Park
  • Turtle Islands Park
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  1. I am hoping to travel to KL for a 3-4 day stay. I would love to visit the Mulu Caves, Genting Highlands, KL City and Gua Tempurung cave and whatever else is possible. I would also love to see the raffleasia flower and do a rainforest canopy walk.
    Please advice on the best possible way to do this.