Looking for your next adventure filled with breathtaking scenery and natural beauty? Taman Negara in Pahang, Malaysia, is one of the world’s oldest rainforests. Xiaomi has recently partnered with Tourism Malaysia to provide you with an unforgettable experience that includes walking trails, hikes, water activities, and even cultural visits to nearby Orang Asli villages. Taman Negara is an excellent adventure destination, and you don’t even have to travel far!

Nature lovers will be awed by the diverse floras and faunas found in Taman Negara, which is comfortably nestled in a 130 million year old virgin rainforest, with more than 200 species of mammals, an estimated 479 species of birds, 150,000 species of insects, and at least 280 species of plants per hectare welcoming visitors.

Taman Negara’s iconic Canopy Walkway, a 530-meter-long and 40-meter-above-ground walking bridge surrounded by massive trees and faunas, provides an aerial view of the forest reserve. You can also hike up Bukit Terisek, a trail that takes you through tall forest, secondary forest, and scrub and ends with a panoramic view of lowlands, hills, and mountains and on clear days, you can even see Gunung Tahan. The 1.7-kilometer trail from Kuala Tahan is ideal for beginners and serves as an introduction to Taman Negara.

Meanwhile, thrill seekers should definitely ride the thrilling Rapid Shooting ride. One of the best activities in Taman Negara is rapid shooting, which is a thrilling and fun ride in a wooden boat through a series of rapids along Sungai Tembeling. This exciting and enjoyable activity begins at the Kuala Tahan jetty and ends at Kuala Terengganu.

Taman Negara’s Night Jungle Walk is the best way to observe and discover nocturnal species. The jungle hide comes to life at night. The walk begins at The Wildlife Office and ends at Bumbun Tahan (Tahan Hide). If you’re lucky, you might get to see wild animals coming to the salt lick for mineral nutrient supplies from the hide; reindeers, tapirs, and wild boars are frequently spotted.

Learn about and explore the Orang Asli cultures in their settlement. Look at how tribes live in remote areas far from modernization. The settlements are located along the trail and river. Taman Negara is home to two ethnic groups of Orang Asli: Batek and Semokberi.

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