Endau-Rompin National Park is named after the Endau River in Johor and the Rompin River in Pahang. Blessed with endless natural beauty and a rare eco-system, Endau-Rompin National Park's rainforest is more than 130 million years old. It is, in fact, the world's oldest rainforest and is home to some of the world's rarest mammal species, the Sumatran Rhinoceros.

Making tracks to our jungle base
Making tracks to our jungle base

Other animals you may well catch a glimpse off in Endau Rompin: black leopards, tapirs, elephants, gibbons, deer, bison and, yes, even tigers, given that sightings of tigers are reported quite regularly.

Bird watchers too, will have a field day in Endau-Rompin, since it has over 250 species of birds, ranging from the world's smallest woodpecker (the size of your thumb) to various species of eagles and hornbills.

Natural waterfalls you have to see to believe
Natural waterfalls you have to see to believe

The mighty jungle beckons

Now it's possible to experience the timelessness of this deepest, densest and most mysterious of all the jungles in Malaysia. Come face to face with Endau Rompin's original tribes, the Orang Asli, in their most remote settlement. These "Original People" have inhabited Endau-Rompin's primary jungles since ancient times.

Original Orang Asli tribesmen
Original Orang Asli tribesmen

Watch up close how they use their blowpipes to hunt their prey. Observe in person how they search for, prepare and then apply their traditional elixirs. Float down a crystal clear river while wearing your life-jacket and bathe in chilly-fresh natural waterfalls.

Streams so pure you can drink the water
Streams so pure you can drink the water

Our Endau Rompin exploration is an adventure you'll remember for life!


08.30am - Meet our guide and proceed to our jungle kampong by 4WD
11.30am - Registration at our visitor complex
12.30pm - Lunch at the Orang Asli Village
01.30pm - After lunch: trapping and blowpipe demonstrations by Orang Asli
03.00pm - Visit Ethnobotany Park
04.00pm - Trek to Pantai Burung
04.30pm - Pantai Burung - Swimming in the Endau River and life jacket-floating
06.00pm - Back to the visitor complex for free 'n' easy activities
07.30pm - Dinner at the Orang Asli Village

08.00am - Breakfast
08.30am - Boat ride to Pacau
09.15am - At Pacau: Trek to Upeh Guling Waterfalls and identifications of ancient medicinal plants
11.00am - At the Upeh Guling Waterfalls: Exploration of flora and fauna
12.00pm - Trek to the Blue Lagoon
12.30pm - Blue Lagoon: Swimming in crystal clear water, followed by lunch
01.30pm - Trek to Pacau
02.30pm - At Pacau: Boat ride back to our kampong
03.00pm - At our kampong: Time for refreshing tea, followed by check-out
03.30pm - Return to Mersing
06.30pm - Arrival in Mersing

Total cost for this once-in-a-lifetime adventure is $275 sgd p.p.
(Lower rates apply if you book 6 or more slots.)

Above rate is inclusive of:

- Return transfer Mersing to our base camp and back to Mersing
- Two night accommodation
- Meals and activities as per itinerary
- Entrance and Conservation Fee
- Boat ride
- Nature Guide
- Insurance

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