Royal Belum State Park (Hutan Simpan Belum) which is an area of virgin forest and is one of the largest forest reserve in Peninsular's never been explored by humans. The presence of large mammal species such as elephants, rhinos, tapirs and tigers makes Belum very special. The forest is rich with amazing animals and plants where many areas are still unexplored and undisturbed by human presence. Royal Belum not only as a gateway, but home to the natural resources that are unique and important.
- The campsite
- suspension bridge
- Open Council
- Open kitchen
- Wildlife Hide
- Overnight in Bumbun
- Visit to Orang Asli
To the north of Lake Temenggor, north of Peninsula Malaysia (Perak), there is a vast area of forest untouched known as Belum Forest Reserve. This area is one of the largest forest reserves that have not been explored in Peninsular Malaysia. The presence of large mammal species such as elephants, rhinos, tapirs and tigers makes Belum very special.
This forest has a rich flora and fauna with vast areas that have yet to be explored.
Various tour operators now offer guided tours to certain areas of the reserve and will arrange the required permits, road and river transport and accommodation, including camping.
To here from Kuala Lumpur, take the North-South Highway north toward Ipoh. After crossing Ipoh, take the exit to Kuala Kangsar, and proceed to Gerik. Take line 4, the East-West Highway. This will take you to Pulau Banding, the starting point of your journey. The journey from Kuala Lumpur takes about 5 hours and a half. Managing Access to the Rainforest No more need to be dealt with resort owners in the area.
For more information, please contact:
Level 1, State Complex
33300 Ipoh, Perak Darul Ridzuan