|Hiking to Bukit Terisek viewpoints|
|Traversing the longest rainforest canopy walk in the world!|
|Kuala Tahan is the main village at the middle of Taman Negara|
|An aboriginal Batek tribesman demonstrates how to start a fire|
|We spotted five leopard cats on our 4WD night safari!|
|Tembeling River View Chalet|
Jungle trekking (RM 30), aboriginal village visits (RM 35), night safaris (RM 45) and other activities in the national park can be arranged through the NKS desk at MBK Floating Restaurant.
WHERE TO STAY: Most resorts at Kuala Tahan, the main village of the national park, offer nice chalet-type accommodation. We spent a night each at Tembeling River View Chalet - just a few steps away from MBK Floating Restaurant along the riverbank; and Durian Chalet, a quieter option some 800 meters from the village center, past a rubber plantation. Both offered fan-cooled chalets with private toilets at RM 60 and 50 a night, respectively.
This trip was made possible through Airphil Express and Tourism Malaysia, as the Grand Prize for the Airphil Express Kuala Lumpur Blogger Adventure Contest.