Malaysia is home to many groups of people. There are the main races of Malay, Chinese and Indian as well as a lot of indigenous groups known as the Orang Asli around. If you are interested to learn more about them, there are many settlements you can go to.
Krau Wildlife Reserve and tribes here
Krau Wildlife Reserve is home to two aboriginal tribes which are Jah Hut and Siwang of Senoi Group. Hence, this is not only an exhilarating trip but also an educational tour for people from all walks of life. Spread over 53 hectares of lowland greenery rainforest, the panoramic area is declared as a protected natural heritage sanctuary to ensure the living plants and wildlife creatures are safe.
Home amidst nature
The unspoiled perfection of reserve’s ecosystem provides shelter to various rare and notorious wildlife creatures. On another note, for less adventurous hikers, if you have doubts over climbing the tallest mountain in Peninsular, then perhaps you should buckle up to try and climb the country’s sixth tallest mountain, Gunung Benom right here.
Amazing flora and fauna
The sound of birds chirping and sights of natural wilderness with blossoming flowers such as wild orchids, ferns, oaks, mosses and laurels will take your breath away. The enchanting rivers valley surrounded by lush greenery is the ideal spot to de-stress and unwind. Over the years, scientists and researchers have turned this reserve into a natural laboratory for its abundance of living plants and wildlife creatures.
Therefore, do not be surprised if you find gibbons and bats around the area. Beautifully located about 25 kilometres from Temerloh town, plenty of invigorating adventurous activities awaits you such as bird watching, camping, jungle trekking and fishing.