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Taman Negeri Kenaboi - Travel Tips & What You Should Know


Standing at 1,462 meters, Gunung Besar Hantu, which is the highest peak in Negeri Sembilan, is situated in this forest reserve along with its highest waterfall, known as Lata Kijang (Deer Waterfall). 

Kenaboi Forest Reserve is located in the district of Jelebu, Negeri Sembilan, which is about 85 km from Kuala Lumpur. In 2008, the state government declared an area of 9,420 hectares of the Kenaboi Forest Reserve as a State Wildlife Park but was later renamed Kenaboi State Park. 

Read the travelogue during the trip to Taman Negeri Kenaboi here: Taman Negeri Kenaboi , Hutan Kita Nadi Kita #back2nature



If you are planning to explore Taman Negara Kenaboi, here are some travel tips and what you should know that might be useful.


☑️ Entry permit to Taman Negeri Kenaboi must be obtained from either park headquarters in Seremban or at the park office located at the entrance of Taman Negeri Kenaboi.


☑️ There is no public transportation to Kenaboi for now. Private cars or taxis can be hired from the town of Seremban or Jelebu.

☑️ Dormitories and chalets are available for nightly rental. It is RM15.00 for a bed in the dormitory and RM100 for a 2-bedroom chalet per night.

☑️ The nearest eatery is at Kuala Klawang (20-30mins drive from Taman Negere Kenaboi. It is advisable for visitors to bring their own food and cooking facility. Only gas cooking is permitted. Open burning is prohibited. Catering is available of larger group for advanced booking.

☑️ Visitors can bring their own tent. Each campground will be charged at RM5.00. Tents can be rented from the park at RM30.00 for a 4 men tent and RM40.00 for a 6 men tent, both subject to availability.

☑️ A guide is available for hire for treks to Gunung Besar Hantu for RM100 with a maximum of 10 pax. 

☑️ Gunung Besar Hantu (1464m) and Gunung hantu Kecil (1354m) are great for the adventurous souls. It is a 2 days’ climb that can be arranged with a guide through the park headquarters.


Jeram Berungut

☑️ Gua Semong and Gua Harimau are perfect for some adrenaline rush actions.

☑️ The Park HQ is equipped with spacious campsite, dormitory, chalets, toilet, shower,dining and multi-purpose hall. Prayer room is also available.

☑️ A RM5 permit is required at the park entrance.

☑️Tents are available for rent but you will require your own essentials ie sleeping bags.

☑️ Campfire is allowed.

☑️ There are no shops or restaurants around the area, so pack sufficient food and drinking water.



For more details on visits, you may contact;

Pejabat Hutan Daerah,
Negeri Sembilan Utara,
71600, Kuala Klawang Jelebu,
Negeri Sembilan.
Tel: +6 (0) 6136500
ekopelancongan@ns.gov.my



 
Writer: Shannim Pym 

Shannim Pym is a Travel Writer. She’s a wanderlust and a travel enthusiast. She has eternal cravings for adventure. Writing is her therapy. Follow her on Instagram, Shannim Pym @epicadventuress and her blog epicadventuress.com.  You may also reach her at shannimpym@gmail.com




Taman Negeri Kenaboi - Travel Tips & What You Should Know Reviewed by mytravellicious on 8:16 PM Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. Wahh rasa nak pergi sana lepas wabak covid-19 ni berakhir

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