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INCREDIBLE PLACE IN MALAYSIA: JOHOR: ENDAU ROMPIN NATIONAL PARK

While most city goers would opt for boutique hotels and cafe hopping as a weekend activity, take a different road and head to Endau Rompin National Park to discover what Malaysia is really about.

Our rich rainforests and tropical wildlife can be easily accessed and marvelled at here at Endau Rompin – only approximately 2 hours away from Kuala Lumpur. There are some substantial waterfalls here at Endau Rompin as well as some decent rapids if you are up for some vigorous activity but otherwise, chilling by the river is a good way to spend some quality time together as well!

 

Address: JKR 475, Bukit Timbalan, Johor, Malaysia
Getting There: approx. 3-hour drive from Johor Bahru along the North-South Expressway

 

Source by: internet

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