Taman Negara is a national park that covers an area of 4343 square kilometers. It is the oldest and largest national park in Malaysia, established in 1938. The backbone of the national park is a rainforest that is estimated to be more than 130 million years old, making it one of the oldest deciduous rainforests in the world. On such a surface of untouched nature, it is impossible to count all the attractions. There’s the canopy walkway, Gua Telinga cave system, Lata Berkoh rapids, and Gunung Tahan peak, to name a few. Numbers of animal species include those that are endangered: Malay tiger, Malay gaur, Malayan peacock-pheasant, and many others.