Endau-Rompin National Park to reopen next year

Endau-Rompin National Park to reopen next year

New Straits Times·2019-09-29 13:23

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ROMPIN: The Pahang State Forestry Department will reopen the Endau-Rompin National Park to visitors early next year after a two year hiatus.

Its director Datuk Dr Mohd Hizamri Mohd Yasin said the park, which has been undergoing upgrading works since 2017, was ready to open its doors to both local and international tourists.

He said the park of about 45 ha in size is located in the Endau-Rompin forest reserve and has its own attractions such as rivers, waterfalls, hills and abundance of endemic plants and vibrant wildlife.


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