Mutiara Taman Negara Resort, Pahang, Malaysia


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Mutiara Taman Negara Resort

Facilities

Guest Services
  • Boat Shuttle Service : 1.30 pm daily except Friday at 2.30 pm.
  • Babysitting Service can be arranged via Housekeeping.
  • Baby Cots are available via Housekeeping.
  • Fax and Long-Distance Calls can be arranged via Reception.
  • Issuance of Entry Permits and Various Licenses can be done at the Department of Wildlife counter located at Kuala Tembeling jetty.
  • Daily laundry service available.
  • Luggage Storeroom is available - located at the Reception and Kuala Tembeling Jetty.
  • Medical Clinic is available nearby and is open from 8 am - 4.30 pm. Hospital Attendant is on-call for emergencies.
  • Mini market/souvenir shop is open from 8 am - 11 pm daily.
  • Daily newspaper is available at the Lounge area.
  • Prayer mats for muslims are available through Housekeeping.
  • Postal Service is available at the Reception.
  • Shuttle Bus service is available from Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Tembeling Jetty.
  • Safe Deposit Box is available 24 hours to store your valuables at the Front Office.
  • Mini Market & Souvenir shop is open from 8 am to 11 pm.
Guest Services
  • Night Jungle Walk – Discover the side of the jungle which comes alive at night. Familiarise yourself with nocturnal plants and insects and savour a chance to spot animals up-close at the Observation Hide.
  • Jungle Trekking at Bukit Teresek and Canopy Walkway – Hike up this 334-metre hill for a panoramic view of Gunung Tahan and the magnificent forest canopies that cover the hills and valleys. Then, cross the Canopy Walkway, the world’s longest suspension bridge, 40 metres above from ground and 530 metres long.
  • Boat Cruise to Lata Berkoh - Cruise along Sungai Tahan to enjoy the riverside flora and fauna and dip into the refreshing cascading water at Lata Berkoh which forms a natural Jacuzzi. Along the way, stop by the Fish Sanctuary for a chance to snorkel amongst freshwater fish.
  • Cave Exploration – Home to various bats, racer snakes and many fascinating insects, exploring limestone caves such as Gua Telinga guarantees endless fun and excitement. For the more adventurous, opt for a longer trek and then spend a night in one of these caves – Kepayang Besar, Kepayang Kecil, Luas or Daun Menari.
  • Shooting the Rapids at Kuala Trenggan – An exhilarating ride that faces seven rapids promises a wet and wild experience! Fishing and bird-watching (with more than 300 species recorded) are also a popular sport here.
  • Orang Asli Settlements - “Orang Asli”, the indigenous people, are gentle folks who lead a nomadic lifestyle in Taman Negara. They are called Batek and their settlements are found along the trails which are accessible by boat.
  • Fishing – One of the main attractions of Taman Negara, it is best carried out during the drier months of February to April and June to August. Anglers will need permits, which are issued at RM10 per rod.
  • Wildlife observation hide (Jungle hide) – Spend one or a few nights hidden up in the trees while waiting for a tapir, bear or elephant to make an appearance. Most hides are built overlooking saltlicks, from which some animals obtain necessary minerals.Except for Bumbun Tahan, which is five minutes away, most require either a boat ride or a few hours walk to get to it.
  • Mountain climbing – The more adventurous can try climbing Gunung Tahan, the highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia. This challenge demands a lot of willpower and physical endurance.
  • Four Steps Waterfall – The eastern flanks of Gunung Tahan and Gunung Gedong drop off very sharply into the headwaters of Sungai Tahan. One of the tributaries in the Ulu Tahan plunges and cascades spectacularly down the mountainside in what is known as the Four Steps Waterfall.
Dining
  • Seri Mutiara Restaurant
    The resort's only restaurant serves buffet and a la carte local and Western fare.
  • Cricket Bar
    It's time to sit back and relax in the Cricket Bar while sipping your favourite tipple.