of Kenong Park
Kenong Park, a lesser
known forest reserved is located near the town of Kuala Lipis, in the
state of Pahang. The park is a vast 128 square kilometre of unspoilt
tropical forest spanning across the Kenong Valley and the
Sungai Kenong. It shares a common border on the eastern and northern parts
with Taman Negara. Here is where the jungle has existed for 100 millions
years, undisturbed by the ice age which covered the northern hemisphere.
Here is where the flora and fauna has the opportunity to evolve into
exotic and unique species.
Although accessible and open to the public, most of the park remains
unexplored. In its unspoilt wilderness, visitors cannot fail to appreciate
the last tranquility, tumbling cascades and clear streams, its variety of
flora and fauna and myriad sounds of birds and insects. It is an
opportunity to see life on earth as it has simply been for all that time.
Kenong Rimba Park is situated in natural
surroundings with waterfalls, clear mountain streams and a variety of
flora and fauna. The merry chirping of birds will create an atmosphere
which is really difficult to express in words. It offers great great
adventure, such as exploring limestone caves, swimming in the river and
camping. Challenging hiking trails interspersed with protruding rocks and
untouched natural surroundings is a haven for adventure lovers. Within the
Kenong Rimba parks, there are several caves to explore.
Activities that is available at the Park :-
Exploring Limestone Caves
Swimming in placid river waters
Camping beneath a tropical canopy and listen to the sounds of the
Various riverine activities (rafting, canoeing etc.)
tropical forest havens, Kenong Rimba Park nestled amidst the
lustful green vegetation offers spectacular adventures for agro
The second one, the jungle has slept for 100 million years,
undisturbed by the ice-age which covered the northern hemisphere.
Here is where the flora and fauna has the opportunity to evolve
into exotic and unique species.
Kenong Rimba Park, a vast 128 square kilometre of unspoilt tropical
forest is situated in the Kuala Lipis district. Spanning across the
Kenong Valley and Sungai Kenong. Kenong Rimba Park shares a common
eastern and northern boundary Taman Negara.
Although accessible and open to public, most of the park remains
unexplored. In its unspoilt wilderness, visitors cannot fail to
appreciate the last jungle tranquility, tumbling cascades and clear
streams, its variety of flora and fauna and myriad sounds of bird and
insects. It's an opportunity to see life on earth as it has simply
been for all that time.
Package Pricing per person
4 - 6 pax
6 - 9 pax
10 pax and above
3 Days 2 Nights
Rate is subject to 10% service charge and 4.5% e-commerce charge for
credit card payments
3 DAYS/ 2 NITES
DAY 1 KENONG PARK (L, D)
On arrival at Kuala Kuala Lipis depart by 4WD to chalet. After lunch visit
a series of unique caves. See the caves’ inhabitants such as bats, toads
and non-poisonous snakes. Dinner in the evening.
DAY 2 KENONG PARK (B, L, D)
After breakfast, prepare to hike 3 hrs to Lata Kenong which is a beautiful
7-step waterfalls. The water is icy cool and very refreshing, a paradise
for swimmers, but watch-out for slippery rocks! Packed lunch provided,
then hike back to campsite. Along the trek watch out for wild animals
footprints such as tapirs, elephants or even tiger. Dinner in the evening,
The myths of Kenong will be revealed around a campfire.
DAY 3 KUALA LIPIS
After breakfast, prepare to take a short hike and visit Gua Harimau and
Gua Hijau which are within the vicinity of the area. Return to Kuala
Lipis by 4WD
Note: Departure time & venue subjected to changes.