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Full Day Tour Taman Negara bonus stops Batu Caves and Rainforest Waterfalls

  • Look out for monkeys, birds, and flying fox as you hike the rainforest
  • Shoot the rapids on a jungle boat and watch a blowpipe demonstration
  • Visit the sacred Batu Caves complex, an ancient Hindu shrine
Full Day Tour Taman Negara bonus stops Batu Caves and Rainforest Waterfalls
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Enjoy Canopy walkway, Jungle trekking, Rapids Shooting,and Aborigine village visit.
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The vast national park known as Taman Negara is hard to access independently. This tour takes you into the forest, through the canopy, and over rapids on a jungle boat cruise—with a guide to help spot wildlife and identify jungle plants. For maximum ease, enjoy lunch, and hotel pickup and drop-off, plus a stop at the ancient Batu Caves.

What to Expect

After pickup from your hotel, head to the Batu Caves, and climb the 272 steps to the Hindu temple.

Jump back in your air-conditioned transport to travel to Taman Negara, where your dedicated nature guide will lead you through the canopy walkway for a bird’s eye view of ancient rainforest (on Thursdays, visit the rainforest waterfalls instead). Next, learn the secrets of the forest as you hike Teresek Hill and view the impressive ecosystem of caves, rivers, mountains, waterfalls, lush greenery, and rolling hills.

After lunch at a floating café, thrill as your boatman negotiates seven separate sets of rapids. Then learn about indigenous forest traditions as you watch fire-making and blowpipe demonstrations. After you freshen up, head back towards Kuala Lumpur, stopping along the way for a Malaysian feast. Finally, your vehicle will drop you back at your hotel.

Reviews (30)
1 - 5 of 15 reviews
Reviewed 8 August 2018 via mobile
Rainforest Day Adventure

Our day trip to the Taman Negara Rainforest was a once in a lifetime adventure. Our day was packed with a canopy walk across a series of suspension bridge walkways where we saw monkeys swinging in the canopy. This was followed by a delicious local...More

3  Thank GLumps
Reviewed 2 June 2018 via mobile
Fantastic day out

We thoroughly enjoyed our day trip to Taman Negara. The three hour drive there and back was very comfortable in a minivan. As it was a Friday we had to go straight there with the Batu Caves on the way home. Our driver, Thurai, was...More

4  Thank Karen O
Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile
Great experience

Let me start out with the only negative- it is a long drive from KL to Taman Negra- However our guide made that both fun, educational and entertaining. The trip is a great combintation of a jungel experience, river boat and meet some natives. In...More

4  Thank Ottar Kringen M
Reviewed 25 March 2018
Great tour!

We were lucky to have Ron as our driver and guide. He informed us about Malaysian history and it was a pleasure to spend the whole day with him. The tour was much more interesting than we expected and it lasted all day. It required...More

Date of experience: March 2018
1  Thank Fred d
Reviewed 24 March 2018
The Walkway is closed

We were there about 2 weeks ago ( mid march ) and the high level walkway is closed. We were invited to walk up to the top of Bukit Terisek and admire the views over the surrounding country side. We were a group of about...More

Date of experience: March 2018
8  Thank 683philipt
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Kelley N
1 September 2018|
Response from teddy5877 |
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Malik Habab R
28 August 2018|
Response from ShaharumS2 |
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Abhinav N
16 May 2018|
Response from Fred d |
Better not in my opinion. Boat trip and jungle walk are to dangerous to do with any child under, let’s say, 10 years. At least you must be able to swim in cause of an accident.