Top 13 Nasional Parks Malaysia


Tanjung Piai National Park
Tanjung Piai is an environmental sanctuary, made up of coastal mangroves and is home to unique mangrove dwellers.
Taman Negara
Taman Negara (National Park) is the first and the oldest national park in the country and is filled to the brim with exciting eco-tourism activities.
Similajau National Park
This 30km long coastal park is home to some of Sarawak’s finest beaches.
Lambir Hills National Park
Stunning sandstone hills and emerald green pools make this a picturesque getaway.
Penang National Park
Catch the Green turtles (Apr – Aug) and the Olive Ridley (Sept–Feb) at a turtle hatchery in Pantai Kerachut, in the smallest national park in Malaysia.
Pulau Payar Marine Park
This beautiful marine park features underwater wonders coupled with great facilities to get you closer to nature.
Niah National Park
The most magnificent limestone caves are concealed within this sprawling jungle.
Gunung Gading National Park
The chief attraction at Gunung Gading is the giant Rafflesia blossom. This is one of the best places in Borneo to see this rarity.
Tanjung Datu National Park
Although small, this park protects both coral reefs and virgin rainforests – which lie just 100m from each other.
Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park
Comprising five beautiful islands with good facilities, beaches and snorkelling, just a 10-minute boat ride from the capital Kota Kinabalu.
Batang Ai National Park
The park’s vast rainforest is home to wildlife such as orang utans, gibbons and hornbills. It also contains a five-star hotel.
Kenong Rimba Park
This 120 sq. km. forest park is a sprawling area of lowland forest rising to the limestone hills bordering Taman Negara.
Bako National Park
Gazetted in 1957, Bako is Sarawak’s oldest national park, covering an area of 2,727 hectares at the tip of the Muara Tebas peninsula.
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