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Travelling into the deepest rainforest jungle of South East Asia gives one a wonderful sense of adventure. Trekking through the undergrowth, covered by the canopy of towering trees estimated at 100 years or more, drenched in perspiration, experiencing the little wonders of nature – leeches included; all come in a package when we explore the tropical rainforest. It is also an area full of myths and legends. The Park provides valuable insights into the unique Orang Asli (aboriginal) culture and their fascinating stories about the myths of the jungle.


Upih Guling Falls, which derived its name from an Orang Asli legend, is the best place to go for a swim and underwater fun. The cascades gush and spray downwards but some pools are not very deep or tricky. Several natural “bath tubs” are found surrounding the fall area, formed by tiny pebbles whirled round and round by the force of water over millions of years.

Buaya Sangkut Falls is a five-stepped waterfall which is a six-hour trek from the Visitors Control Centre along Sungai Jasin. The 40-metre-wide fall gushes a million gallons of roaring water a minute from a drop of 120 metres.

Mahkota Waterfalls, which is a cascading 50-metre fall, is the perfect spot for a picnic.


Sungai Kinchin and Sungai Kemapan, some of the best fishing spots in Malaysia, can be found within the Endau-Rompin grounds. The most popular sites are along the lower reaches of Sungai Kinchin and Sungai Kemapan. The best time for fishing is from the months of February to April and from June to August. Fishes caught here are noticeably larger than those caught in rivers elsewhere in Peninsula Malaysia.

Padang Tujuh is the site of vast varieties of bonsai trees, where Kelapa Gading Cave which is 25 metres high, is situated in the midst of a waterfall.


Jungle trekking and Camping

There are some 26 km of jungle trekking trails within the Park, the most well trodden path being the grueling 16 km trail from the base camp at Kuala Jasin to Batu Hampar and Buaya Sangkut, with numerous crossings of fast flowing rivers. There are several campsites which provide access to various easy and difficult treks.

Campsite         : Kuala Marong (Easy trek)

2 hours’ easy trek from Kuala Jasin Base camp. Kuala Marong is the perfect campsite for trekkers who believe in back-to-nature facilities. In the darker, sluggish parts of this private pool, various freshwater fish nurseries can be found. The protected Kelah (Hampala macrolepidota) willingly cleans the scraps off dinner plates left in the shallow waters. ‘Tasik Air Biru’ is located about 50m upriver and is known as the blue lagoon. As the water gushes downriver it is trapped momentarily in this crook of the river creating a perfect deep pool for swimming.


Campsite         : Batu Hampar (moderate trek)

Batu Hampar is the place to rest before making an ascent to the Buaya Sangkut waterfall. About 4 hours’ moderate trek from Kuala Jasin, the trail is mostly flat ground and purely a stopover area with a derelict hut nearby where there is a little shelter from rain. A little along the way from Batu Hampar roars Upeh Guling waterfall. Discover the natural swirl holes nicknamed ‘guling-guling’ carved into the sides of the bank. It is believed that millions of years ago pebbles lodged in crevices of the bank created these holes, some as wide as 2 metres.

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