Endau Rompin National Park
|| 475 Bukit Timbalan, National Park (Johor),
80000 Labis, Johor, Malaysia
|| +607 223 7471
|| +607 223 7472
Endau Rompin National Park sits between Johor and Pahang.
Endau Rompin National Park is the second largest National Park in the Peninsular Malaysia, just
after Taman Negara. The park is rich with unique flora and fauna, with rocks that are from millions
of years ago. The park is mainly made up of lush green tropical plants with all sorts of varieties.
There are a lot of activities that could be done when you are there. There are two waterfalls
around which are the Buaya Sangkut Falls and the Mahkota Waterfalls. These two places are ideal
for picnic. One can jungle trekking and camping in the park too. The park is normally closed
from December to February as these are the rainy seasons of the year.
Hotels in Johor are all offered in an affordable price. City Square Shopping Mall is located at
the Johor Bahru city centre, just along Jalan Wong Ah Fook. The Persada Johor International Convention
Centre is the prime venue for many huge events and exhibition.
If you are from Singapore, the most economical way to get to Johor Bahru is by Bus No. 170.
It will take you passing the Johor Bahru Immigration, then finally to the Larkin Bus Terminal in
Johor Bahru. Find your way to Kluang, then Kahang Town. There will a transport waiting there to
drive you along the jungle track to Kamping Peta, which is the entry of the National Park
If you are from Johor Bahru or Kuala Lumpur, drive yourself to Kluang using the North-South Expressway.
Then, do as what stated above and you will reach to your destination in no time.