Taman Negara - Malaysia's National Park covering over 4343 sq.km, spans across three states- Kelantan,Terengganu and Pahang - and is situated in the centre of the Peninsula. 

Taman Negara originated from a Pahang State Legislation in 1925. Over 1300 sq.km of tropical jungle in its natural state was designated "The Gunung Tahan Game Reserve". This became the National Park in 1938 when the Sultans of Pahang, Terengganu and Kelantan set aside the present area, and named it the King George V National Park.  After Independence, the name was changed to Taman Negara. 

The stated purpose of Taman Negara is "to utilise the land within the park in perpetuity, for the propagation, protection and preservation of the indigenous flora and fauna..." 

Taman Negara offers the visitor a tropical haven for all types of outdoor interests. Whether you seek pure relaxation in tropical tranquility, wildlife observation in one of the richest faunas in the world, bountiful fishing expeditions or adventurous jungle trekking, Taman Negara has it all. 
 
 
 
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