Located on the Johor-Pahang border, this 2 ½ century old extensive low land
forest is home to several rare and endangered species. This park is popular with
conservationists and nature lovers who enjoy the wildlife and virgin
Pulai Recreational Forest
This 8-hectare forest reserve is a catchments area, unique flora and fauna
sanctuary and fascinating recreational haven. There are several waterfalls with
pools at its bottom. Apart from being an ideal picnic spot, the forest is a
venue for seminars, work camp and jungle trekking to the summit of Gunung Pulai.
Ledang Recreational Forest
Crystal clear rivers and breathtaking waterfalls in tranquil, unspoilt
environment welcome visitors to this area. Various amenities, including rest
shades, dressing room, camping sites, food stalls and car park are provided
here. There are also tracks leading to the summit of Gunung Ledang.
Arong Recreational Forest
The forests are towering and shady trees and natural setting offers a refreshing
retreat for visitors. There are popular spots by the riverside, a garden and
well-equipped playground. Others facilities include rest shade, dressing room,
toilets and treetop huts. Jungle trails are also provided for the more
Lambak Recreational Forest
Located in the foothill of Gunung Lambak, this recreational forest is favourite
retreat for picnics, bathing and mountain climbing. The 510 m high Gunung Lambak
is accessibility by footpaths provided. Facilities including cark park, benches,
rest shade, dressing room, toilets and a bridge leading to camp sites are
Belumut Recreational Forest
Lush greenery and ravishing wilderness await visitors. It is a haven for
camping, picnics and mountain climbing. Gunung Belumut promises exotic
vegetation and breathtaking waterfalls.
Panti Recreational Forest
This recreational forest is a haven for those who like to camp. Facilities
including campsites and temporary accommodation are provided for visitors. Rare
species of flora and fauna can be found here.
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