PETA LOKASI TAMAN
NEGARA KUALA KOH
How to Get
either drive or take the public transport to Kuala Koh from Gua Musang,
Kelantan. There is a road connecting this entrance to the Gua Musang-Kuala Krai
Permit and Licence
Each visitor must obtain an
entrance permit at RM1 per person. Fishing licence costs RM10 each while camera
licence is RM5 per camera.
There are 6 chalets
and a 74-bed hostel. Each chalet costs RM30 while the hostel costs RM5 per
person. Campers are charged RM1 each.
There are over 300 species of
birds in Taman Negara. Experienced bird watchers may be able to spot more than
150 species within a few days.
There are some great
fishing spots here. However, take note that fishing is prohibited in certain
rivers, as these rivers are designated breeding grounds for certain species of
A photographerís paradise, Taman Negara is
blessed with exquisite beauty. Explore the limitless possibilities with a
variety of flora and fauna.
Climb Gunung Tahan
The trail to
Gunung Tahan from Kuala Koh offers an alternative route for the Kuala Tahan and
Merapoh trails. The Kuala Koh trail is more challenging, as climbers have to go
through steep ridges. Guides are available.
Several interpretive trails are available around Kuala Koh. One
of them is located across the river, where visitors have to make their way
across a suspended bridge.
The crystal-clear rivers
around Kuala Koh provide the perfect spots for kayaking.
For more information,
Department of Wildlife and National Parks
Km 10, Jalan
56100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 9075 2872
Fax: 03 9075
Jajahan Gua Musang
Tel/Fax: 09 912 2940