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Endau-Rompin Kampung Peta National Park is one of the few Lowland Tropical Rainforests in Malaysia. Located in the middle of Sungai Endau and Sungai Rompin in Johor bordering the State of Pahang, this area of ​​50,000 hectares (500 square kilometers) is estimated to be around 250 million years old. Established in 1993, Johor Endau-Rompin National Park with an area of ​​48,905 ha is the largest protected area in the South of Peninsular Malaysia. The oldest rainforest located in Southeast Johor is a treasure of biodiversity and a critical habitat that is very important for the survival of endangered megafauna in the country, including Malayan tigers, Malayan tapirs and Asian elephants.

Other local species include Binturung (Bear Cat) and Ungka Tangan Putih (White Handed Gibbon) which are Mawas species living in this area. Here there are also many types of insects and birds that are rarely found elsewhere.

Among the interesting areas found here are Tasek Ubat, Tasek Air Biru, Buaya Sangkut Waterfall and the Jakun Aboriginal Settlement located in Kampung Peta. New achievement,  declaration as on of the ASEAN Heritage Park (AHP).
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