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Endau-Rompin National park covers the borders of Johor and Pahang, sprawling over an estimated area of 49,000 hectares. Endau-Rompin is also the home to a variety of insects, fish, birds, and big and small mammals. They include no less than 230 species of birds, 179 species of butterflies, 43 species of fish and all the great Malaysian mammals, like the Sumatra rhinoceros, tigers, elephants, mousedeer, deer and tapirs.
Upon arrival at the National Park, visitors will be greeted by the Orang Asli (indigenous people) Settlement in Kampong Peta and the waterfalls of Upeh Guling and Buaya Sangkut.
Adventure seekers have a wide choice of chalets, dormitories and camping sites. These oldging sites can be found at Kuala Jasin, Batu Hampar, Upeh, Guling and Kuala Marong.
Endau-Rompin Location Map