Kelantan National Park

Kuala Koh covers an area of 1,034 sq km and forms the northern section of Taman Negara. Its thriving rain-forest has been evolving for millions of years, forming one of the planet's most complex ecosystems. The park not only shelters wildlife such as the Malayan Tiger, Asian Elephant, Gaur, Hornbill Rhinoceros and close to 300 bird species, but also the rare . Raffesia, the world's largest flower. Its rivers teem with numerous varieties of fish such as the prized Kelah or the Red Malaysian Mahseer.

  • Walk across the 300m long canopy walkway and gaze at the . breathtaking scenery at its highest platform, which is built 60m above the ground.
  • Stay overnight at the Bumbun observation hide and try spotting wildlife at the nearby salt-lick.
  • Go kayaking, bamboo rafting or tubing along the Sinar Rapids
  • Make a trip to Batek indigenous tribe settlements along the river and watch well as blowpipe demonstrations.
  • Visit the Interpretive Centre and learn more about the Kelantan National Park
  • You are required to report at the Park Administrative Office before you begin your activities.
  • While nature guides are not compulsory, it is highly recommended that you hire one.
  • You can either bring your own camping and fishing equipment or hire them from the Park Administrative Office.
Facilities in the park include chalets and a dormitory, campsite, restaurant (closed during the Muslim fasting month), meeting room, prayer room as well as a car park.
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