Negara, which simply means "National Park",
having existed for the past 130 million years, is claimed to be one
of the oldest jungles in the world.
are over 10,000 species of plants, 350 species of birds and local mammals
including mouse deer, barking deer, tapirs, wild boars, elephants, leopards,
tigers, and monkeys.
A visit to Taman
Negara, however, is not complete until you have done the canopy walk.
The world's longest such walk, it winds over 530 meters. In
the forest canopy allowing you to view the rich and diverse flora
and fauna at the very summit of the forest, 45 meters above the ground.