Malaysia's Great Outdoors! 5 Panoramic Malaysian Camping Sites You Shouldn't Miss


Why not surround yourself with an actual jungle and reap the therapeutic benefits of nature! Check out 5 panoramic Malaysian camping sites with great views you shouldn't miss: 


Taman Negara

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Situated between the states of Pahang and Johor, the Endau-Rompin National Park is the second largest tropical rainforest in the country. A popular spot for animal-watching and fishing - this area is home to some of the world’s most endangered species such as the Sumatran rhino, Asian elephant and the Malayan tiger We recommend that you hire a guide at the park headquarters to lead you through the jungle to the campsite. 


Sungai Chilling Waterfall

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Located in Kuala Kubu Bharu, Selangor, the Chilling waterfall is one of the more well-known camping spots in Malaysia! While the campsite is not exactly next to the waterfall, it is located next to a stream and various basic amenities including lavatories and a dedicated bbq space. The site is open to the public only on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays - perfect time to plan a long holiday weekend. 


Rainforest Camping, Pulau Perhentian

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Rainforest Camping is a prime beach camping site with tents with the basic amenities of beds and lavatories. The highlight of the location? The clear blue sea that greets you when you open up your tent as you rise in the morning!


Longsha Campsite, Pulau Kapas 

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On the quieter end of Pulau Kapas lies Longsha Campsite, another beach camping destination for those who want to unwind by the beach! Lie on a hammock, sunbathe on smooth white sand, or indulge in water-based activities such as snorkelling, boat trips, kayaking and even a fire show at night. For rates as low as RM10, you’ll even get amenities such as toilet facilities, showers, and a kitchen. 


Kem Sungai Pauh, Cameron Highlands 

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You won’t miss your aircon when you camp on Cameron Highlands! Kem Sungai Pauh is located close to the Mossy Forest and next to a small stream. Enjoy the cool weather and a host of jungle trails - which lead you to the tea plantations and strawberry farms along the way. Facilities here include bbq pits, camp sites, gazebos and bathrooms.


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For more amazing local destinations, check out our Makan Angin packages below or take a look at our full list here!

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