Explore the breathtaking nature of Johor
Mount Semundu provides you with a panoramic view of the island as it sits 2,000 feet above sea level. Due to its cone-like shape, the mountain is also known as 'General's Hat Island’. The scenery at night is equally breathtaking. Visitors can see stars gleaming off the surface of the water, just like a beautiful painting provided by nature. There are also a variety of activities such as snorkelling, jungle hiking, visiting Mini Zoo, picnicking at Pulau Tinggi waterfall.
The Picturesque Scenery of Endau-Rompin National Park
Endau-Rompin National Park is the first national park opened in the state and it is the second-largest national park in Malaysia. It is the oldest tropical rainforest in the world at 250 million years and not only that, this foest also houses rare flora and fauna. The park has two official entrances, the Peta and Selai entrances, which are located along the eastern border of Mersing, respectively, and located along the southwestern border of Segamat.
Two rivers run through the park, the Endau River and Rompin River which is where the national park received its name from. Visitors can expect charming waterfalls such as the Takah Temp’ang and also visit the village of the indigenous people located in Endau Valley of the national park. Endau-Rompin National Park is also known for having the largest remaining population of the highly endangered Sumatran rhinoceros. Other animals that live in the national park include the white-handed gibbon, Malaysian tiger, Asian elephant, wild boar, tapir, slow loris, deer, long-tail macaques and leopards. The attractions that Endau-Rompin National Park bodes is incomparable to any other.