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Taman Negara rainforest holidays

Taman Negara Taman Negara, thought to be the oldest rainforest in the world, was first declared a conservation area in 1937 and is the most extensive protected area of pristine lowland evergreen rainforest in the country. Malaysia’s premier national park extends over 4343 square kilometres (434,300 hectares) of primary forest, spanning across three states Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang located in the centre of Peninsular Malaysia.

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