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Kuala Tembeling

Kuala Tembeling (Malaysia)

Practical information about Kuala Tembeling

  • Port
  • River
  • Off the beaten track
3 / 5 - One review
How to get there
30 minutes by car from Jerantut
When to go
All year round
Minimum stay
Half a day

Reviews of Kuala Tembeling

María José Alfonso Fernández Travel writer
58 travel articles

Kuala Tembeling is located at the meeting point of the Tembeling and Jelai rivers in Malaysia, and it is where to get a transfer to the Taman Negara national park.

My suggestion:
Take the boat to get to Kuala Tahan, the entrance of the park - it is an incredible experience.
Summary:

There is absolutely nothing to see or do in Kuala Tembeling, but you have to pass through if you want to get to the Taman Negara national park by boat. From Kuala Lumpur, a bus takes you to Jerantut. From there, you can either get to the park by bus or by boat, but you have to take a shuttle to Kuala Tembeling.

The boat journey is really worthwhile - it takes around two and a half to three hours on the River Tembeling which leads you straight to the entrance of the park. The boats leave at 9am and 2pm during the week, but on Fridays there is just one boat which leaves at 2:45pm.

At Kuala Tahan, you will find much more facilities, shops, restaurants and accommodation. I particularly liked the boat-restaurants (even though they didn't sell beer).

Boats at Kuala Tembeling